6:55 AM EDT, Fri April 18, 2014
Columbus Dispatch 9 mins ago

Sports report: Duke’s Parker, Kentucky’s Young headed to NBA

Jabari Parker is hoping to become Duke’s latest one-and-done star to be the No. 1 pick in the NBA draft. Parker, a 6-foot-8 All-America forward, was the highest-scoring freshman in Duke history at 19.1 points.

Position by position breakdown of Alabama defense and special teams entering A-Day Game

The first-team unit will be represented on Team White on Saturday.
Times West Virginian 2 hours ago

HERTZEL COLUMN: Under pressure, NCAA decides to change rules

At first glance, it appears that they do not go hand-in-hand, a pair of rules changes the NCAA’s Legislative Council approved this week, sending them off for what seems to be smooth sailing toward becoming rules.
Times West Virginian 2 hours ago

Means, WVU baseball shut out Oklahoma

Junior left-hander John Means of the WVU baseball team threw eight shutout innings and the Mountaineers had a five-run first inning en route to a 7-0 victory over Oklahoma on Thursday evening at L. Dale Mitchell Park. The Mountaineers (18-15, 3-6 Big 12) broke a six-game Big 12 losing streak after being swept by TCU and Oklahoma State in back-to-back weekends. WVU had 16 hits and did not make an error for the second-straight game.
Times West Virginian 2 hours ago

FURFARI COLUMN: Dr. Graber disagrees with Gee’s stance on Turnbull firing

Dr. Stephen Graber, an associate professor at the West Virginia University School of Medicine, is among the latest WVU teachers to deplore Oliver Luck’s firing of veteran wrestling coach Craig Turnbull. He raised some significant questions about that issue last Monday in a meeting of the WVU Faculty Senate.
Belleville News Democrat 2 hours ago

Possible candidates if Missouri's basketball job is open

For the third time in nine years, Missouri athletic director Mike Alden may be putting together a list of candidates to become the Tigers' next basketball coach. Here are 10…
Belleville News Democrat 2 hours ago

Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith reportedly will take Tulsa job

Missouri men's basketball coach Frank Haith's tenure with the Tigers has been a roller coaster, and the ride is expected to end Friday when he is announced as the new…
Center fielder takes lead for Razorbacks

Center fielder takes lead for Razorbacks

Tyler Spoon knows he is in Arkansas, not Alaska, but this season is taking him back to his playing days for the Anchorage Glacier Pilots.
Vandy’s dandy up first

Vandy’s dandy up first

One first-round pick in the 2011 Major League Baseball Draft didn’t sign professionally.
UA getting more from 3 after season of learning

UA getting more from 3 after season of learning

Arkansas needed help from junior college defenders Martrell Spaight, Tiquention Coleman and Carroll Washington in its thin ranks last season, so all three saw moderate playing time while still learning to adjust to major college football.
Former Maumelle guard turning heads in Dallas

Former Maumelle guard turning heads in Dallas

Dallas Prime Prep Academy sophomore guard Deshawn Williams is coming back home to play in the Real Deal in the Rock, which starts today and runs through Sunday.

No. 1 Oregon softball team, unburdened by ranking, disposes of Cal in series opener

Oregon (38-5, 12-1 Pac-12) chased the opposing starting pitcher in the first inning for the second straight game, and won by the eight-run rule for the third time in a row.
Spokesman-Review 3 hours ago

Baseball notes: Despite limited play from MVP Justin Blatner, Bullpups rise to top of GSL - Fri, 18 Apr 2014 PST

Just as most Greater Spokane League coaches predicted, Gonzaga Prep has scratched its way to the top of the standings. But the Bullpups have done it by using only half of the baseball talents of reigning league MVP Justin Blatner. The sidewinding left-handed pitcher, who has committed to play for Gonzaga, tweaked his right oblique in March. As a result, coach Brian Munhall has refused to send Blatner to the plate this season.
Spokesman-Review 3 hours ago

Area roundup: Gonzaga women sign Canadian guard Kacie Bosch - Fri, 18 Apr 2014 PST

Gonzaga women’s basketball coach Lisa Fortier announced Thursday the signing of the first of what she hopes to be three more recruits for the upcoming year.  Gonzaga signed Kacie Bosch, a 5-foot-9 guard from Chinook High School in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada.
Spokesman-Review 3 hours ago

Former Gonzaga standout Matt Bouldin plays key role for Fort Wayne Mad Ants - Fri, 18 Apr 2014 PST

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – The Fort Wayne Mad Ants have so many good players that it might be easy to forget Matt Bouldin. They have so many guards, especially, that the same might hold true.

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