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Topic - Acc
The first round of the NCAA women's tournament had its share of high-scoring games, last-second victories and even a few upsets.
Sixty-one years of heated rivalries, heartbreaking defeats and unforgettable victories will come to an end Sunday for Maryland when the Terrapins play their final home game as a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Maryland's Alyssa Thomas won her third straight Atlantic Coast Conference basketball player of the year award, and Notre Dame's Muffet McGraw was selected coach of the year.
For the final time in the regular season as members of the ACC, Maryland and Duke meet at Cameron Indoor in Durham. Preview it here.
Three victories in four games had Maryland feeling better about things than it did during a stretch of four losses in five games, and Dez Wells wasn't going to let a 61-53 loss at No. 17 Virginia ruin it.
Notre Dame has made itself right at home - both in the ACC and especially at hostile Cameron Indoor Stadium.
Because No. 3 Duke simply couldn't stop Notre Dame, some of the Blue Devils' streaks came to an abrupt end.
"I can't see a lot of teams coming in and beating them in this building," Terps coach Mark Turgeon said. "But it's been that way for years."
With the score tied at 26, Eagles senior Nate Freese was called upon to kick a 52-yard field goal. He missed — for the first time all year. But Maryland coach Randy Edsall requested a timeout an instant before the kick. The second try went right through the uprights as time expired.
Hill is referred to as the "Jackie Robinson of Southern college football," and 50 years ago Tuesday, on Sept. 10, 1963, he knocked down one of the last remaining doors of discrimination in sports.
The leading rusher in the nation, one of the most talked-about quarterback debuts in recent memory, and even a first-place vote in the Top 25 — not a bad week for the league.
Atlantic Coast Conference leaders got the school they wanted. Louisville was relieved to find a home amid the latest wave of realignment.
As anyone who has ever ridden with me with tell you, geography isn't my thing. When the Beltway opened in 1964, this native Washingtonian was astonished that you could get from Maryland to Virginia without going through D.C.
Maryland is set to follow the money to the Big Ten and end a nearly 60-year affiliation with the Atlantic Coast Conference.
The University of Maryland's decision to stay in the Atlantic Coast Conference or join the Big Ten comes down to tradition versus money.