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North Dakota State's ascension to NCAA basketball tournament darling began more than a decade ago with a college president who wanted to see the school name scrolled across the ticker on cable TV stations and set out to raise millions of dollars for Division I athletics.
When North Carolina Central made the move from Division II to Division I, the dream was always about making the NCAA tournament.
Contending for a Big 12 regular season title and earning a respectable seed in the NCAA tournament was all supposed to come a year from now for Oklahoma, when it wouldn't rely so heavily on inexperienced players.
Overshadowed for years in its own crowded area code, North Carolina Central is ready for its debut on college basketball's biggest stage.
The University of South Dakota has earned a No. 15 seed for the NCAA women's basketball tournament and will be facing off against No. 2-seed Stanford University in the first round on Saturday in Ames, Iowa.
Sami Spenner, who recently set the American college record in the pentathlon, would be the favorite to win the event at this week's NCAA indoor track and field championships.
In a March 6 story about Northwestern State's 119-102 basketball victory over Central Arkansas, The Associated Press reported erroneously that it was the Demons' third-highest total against a Division I opponent this season. It was the Demons' highest total of the season.
Sometimes, Katie Abrahamson-Henderson has to pinch herself.
The New Jersey Institute of Technology is the only NCAA Division I independent men's basketball team, a distinction that can make life a little difficult at times.