Men's Basketball

J.D. Collins named NCAA National Coordinator of Men’s Basketball Officiating

J.D. Collins, who has nearly a quarter-century’s worth of experience with college basketball officiating, has been named the NCAA’s national coordinator of men’s basketball officiating, effective immediately. Collins replaces John Adams,...

Starting a movement

Michael Gorman spent half of his winter break as many college basketball players do: visiting with his parents, his sister and foster brother at his childhood home on the edge of Lawrence, Massachusetts. He spent the other half with a different family

Indianapolis hosts seventh NCAA Final Four, sets records across multiple events

The 2015 NCAA Division I Men’s Final Four marked the seventh Men’s Final Four hosted in Indianapolis, setting several attendance and viewership records. The two-session Final Four attendance totaled 143,387, the highest ever attendance for...

Duke captures fifth title

Duke defeated Wisconsin, 68-63, to capture its fifth national championship, all under Coach Mike Krzyzewski.

NCAA Men’s and Women’s Final Fours and National Championship games to reach world-wide markets

NCAA Men’s and Women’s Final Fours and championship games will reach worldwide television markets this weekend

Mapping the Madness

When teams and their travel parties trek hundreds of thousands of miles on their Road to the Final Four, their every move is charted by travel experts in Waterloo, Iowa, who get the job done using customized software, a color-coded dry-erase board and, always, a large dose of patience.

Colby Wollenman of Michigan State University wins Elite 89™ Award for Division I Men’s Basketball Championship

Colby Wollenman, a junior at Michigan State University, is the recipient of the Elite 89 award for the 2015 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship.

Final Four news conference transcript

Download a PDF of the transcript BOB WILLIAMS: Good afternoon and welcome. Thank you for joining us this afternoon. Joining NCAA President Mark Emmert today is Kirk Schulz, NCAA Board of Governors chair and Kansas State University...

The True “One-and-Done” Problem in Division I Men’s Basketball

Since the NBA made high school players ineligible for the Draft, there has been discontent about college basketball’s “one-and-done” problem.

NIT, Madison Square Garden agree to three-year contract extension

The National Invitation Tournament and Madison Square Garden have reached an agreement that will ensure the NIT will remain in New York City through 2018.

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