Men's Basketball

Preliminary rounds for 2016-18 men’s basketball championships announced

Less than 72 hours after announcing future Final Four sites, the Division I Men’s Basketball Committee paved the Road to the Final Four by announcing preliminary round hosts for the 2016-2018 championships.

Division I Men's Basketball Committee selects hosts for 2017-2021 Final Fours

Phoenix will host for the first time; San Antonio, Atlanta, Minneapolis are back in rotation Committee extends bid cycle by one year, awarding Indianapolis the 2021 Final Four.

Tony Jones: Think ahead, fly a jet

How do you go from playing college basketball to having the honor of flying Barack Obama on his first flight to Washington, D.C. as president-elect?

Student-athletes earn diplomas at record rate

More student-athletes than ever are earning degrees at Division I schools. The most recent Graduation Success Rate data, collected for student-athletes who entered college in 2007, shows 84 percent graduated within six years.

Military "Salute" game highlights Division II national TV schedule

CBS and CBS Sports Network will broadcast 14 NCAA Division II basketball games in 2014-15, beginning with defending men’s national champion University of Central Missouri hosting Northeastern State University Dec. 20 and concluding with...

She Has Faith in Them

Sister Rose Ann Fleming seeks learning solutions – and finds them, even for those who struggle in the classroom. 

Important tale finally told

A new program, NCAA After the Game, is illuminating the story of former student-athletes and serving as a resource for them

Making Calls, Breaking Barriers

At 87, pioneer among men’s basketball officials still has a hand in the game as conference coordinator.

One coach’s X and O: pay attention, give permission

In an excerpt from the Sports Science Institute’s guide to mental health, “Mind, Body and Sport,” Newman coach Mark Potter explains how he came to grips with his own depression after 19 years as a coach and started spreading the message that it’s OK to seek help.

Coaching in the classroom

Suffolk University sports marketing professor Catherine McCabe understands how to connect with the student-athletes she teaches because she used to be one of them.

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