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  • Linsanity, NCAA berth could boost lofty Harvard

    When Harvard basketball coach Tommy Amaker would meet with recruits, he talked to them about the doors they could open with a degree from the nation's most prestigious university: Nobel Prize winner, president of the United States, and even NBA star.


  • Princeton star Rasheed lifts women to NCAA berth

    When Princeton star Niveen Rasheed scans the crowd at the upcoming NCAA women's basketball tournament, it's a safe bet she'll lock eyes on a family member who flew in from Miami or Los Angeles.


  • Column: Not every Ivy Leaguer becomes an NBA star

    The names "Jeremy Lin" and "Harvard" pop up in the same sentence so often lately you might think every Ivy Leaguer who chases the dream winds up in the NBA.


  • Princeton RB recovering from stroke

    Princeton freshman running back Chuck Dibilio is recovering at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital after suffering a stroke on Thursday.


  • Column: Brady can make mistakes, too

    Watch Tom Brady play long enough and you start to wonder if he ever makes mistakes. When he finally does, it's almost a shock, kind of like seeing the Buffalo Bills atop the AFC East.


  • Ivy League to limit full-contact football workouts

    In an effort to reduce the number of concussions and subconcussive hits, Ivy League football teams will be allowed to have just two full-contact practices a week, three less than the NCAA allows.


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Chris Bocklet (10) celebrated a goal with Rob Emery (24) during Virginia's NCAA quarterfinal win over Cornell on Saturday.

    UVa., Maryland, Duke make ACC party of 3

    The warnings sounded throughout the spring. Even with Syracuse and Johns Hopkins entrenched near the top of the rankings and regular contender Cornell plowing through the Ivy League, the college lacrosse season seemed as unpredictable as ever.


  • Temple's Dunphy on an NCAA losing streak

    Fran Dunphy has a career coaching resume that anyone at any level should envy. He has 419 wins. Ivy League and Atlantic 10 titles. He leads the Coaches vs. Cancer campaign. Even teaches a class at Temple.


  • Temple head coach Fran Dunphy shouts to his players during the second half of an NCAA college basketball semifinal game against Richmond in the Atlantic 10 men's tournament in Atlantic City, N.J., Saturday, March 12, 2011. Richmond won 58-54. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

    Temple's Dunphy on an NCAA losing streak

    Fran Dunphy has a career coaching resume that anyone at any level should envy. He has 419 wins. Ivy League and Atlantic 10 titles. He leads the Coaches vs. Cancer campaign. Even teaches a class at Temple.


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