Men's Basketball

Men’s basketball attendance still strong

By Gary Johnson Men’s basketball attendance for all three NCAA divisions in 2011-12 totaled 32,781,399 fans, which represents a slight increase from the previous year and ranks fifth all-time. The record is 33,396,316 from the 2008 season...

Success of 2012 men's basketball paves way for 75th celebration

The successes of the 2012 Division I Men’s Basketball Championship have set the stage for the NCAA to celebrate 75 years of March Madness next season. Near-record numbers of fans flocked to the games and associated events during the...

Baylor cited for failure to monitor

Baylor University failed to monitor its men’s and women’s basketball programs and violated recruiting rules, according to findings by the NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions. The current men’s basketball head coach also was cited for...

Mark Lewis selected as NCAA executive vice president for championships and alliances

Mark Lewis has been selected executive vice president for championships and alliances, NCAA president Mark Emmert announced today. In his new role, Lewis is a member of the national office’s senior management group and oversees the...

NCAA Men's Final Four teams hit the books

By Audrey Snyder Special to NCAA.org As soon as the Louisville Cardinals step on the airplane for a road game, there’s a dominant presence in the front seat. The players carry their bags and try to shuffle past him, but they hear his stern...

Emmert stresses academics to open Final Four weekend

By Michelle Brutlag Hosick Making sure a prospective student-athlete is academically prepared for college is a significant undertaking that requires as much attention from parents, teachers, guidance counselors and coaches as athletics...

Emmert stresses academics to open Final Four weekend

By Michelle Brutlag Hosick Making sure a prospective student-athlete is academically prepared for college is a significant undertaking that requires as much attention from parents, teachers, guidance counselors and coaches as athletics...

New Orleans hosting first Final Four since Katrina

By Greg Johnson NCAA.org Over the next few days, college basketball fans will enjoy the Men’s Final Four games in the Superdome and take in the culture that makes New Orleans a unique destination. The city is used to hosting major sports...

Harvard honored its past during first tournament appearance in 66 years

By Josh Weinfuss NCAA.org Late in the 2010-11 season, as Harvard sought its first NCAA basketball tournament appearance in more than six decades, Don Swegan called Crimson coach Tommy Amaker to say he wanted to see Harvard in the...

St. Bonaventure’s road to redemption

By Brian Burnsed NCAA.org Inspired by the teachings of its namesake, St. Bonaventure University’s mission is to pursue knowledge for the sake of truth. But a decade ago, the university and its once esteemed basketball program became known...

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