Men's Basketball

Men’s basketball committee hopes to grow First Four tradition

By Greg Johnson Dayton, Ohio – In its second year of existence, the First Four is finding its niche amidst March Madness. This year’s version received a boost from two remarkable comebacks on opening night, with Brigham Young rallying from...

Road-tested Iona ready for First Four tilt with Brigham Young

By Greg Johnson NCAA.org As part of a series, NCAA.org reporter Greg Johnson is following the Iona Gaels through their experience in the NCAA First Four. If any team can handle a hectic road trip, it is Iona. Travelling was an absolute for...

Four Radford University coaches cited for unethical conduct

Radford University committed major violations in its men’s basketball and tennis programs, according to the Division I Committee on Infractions. The underlying violations in the case centered on recruiting inducements and extra benefits...

Turner Sports, CBS Sports and the NCAA unveil NCAA March Madness Live

Turner Sports, CBS Sports and the NCAA today announced that NCAA March Madness Live, formerly March Madness on Demand, will now provide college basketball fans with more opportunities to watch every minute of every game of the 2012 NCAA...

Sportsmanship wins Gettysburg-Washington game

Gettysburg’s 83-69 men’s basketball victory over Washington College on Saturday didn’t end on a buzzer beater, but it sure was a one-point win for Bullets’ senior guard Cory Weissman. Weissman, who suffered a life-threatening stroke while...

Council approves basketball recruiting model

The Division I Leadership Council approved the final elements of the men’s basketball recruiting model and will forward its recommendations for both summer access and on-campus evaluations to the Division I Board of Directors for its...

Group looking at behavior in basketball

By Greg Johnson An LLC tasked with overseeing men’s basketball officiating has developed a plan to address on-court sportsmanship and behavior of coaches and players in an effort to elevate the image of the sport and positively impact game...

A conversation with Kevin Johnson

Former California and NBA standout Kevin Johnson was elected as first African-American mayor of Sacramento in 2008. Before serving as mayor, Johnson founded and was the CEO of St. HOPE, a nonprofit community development organization. He...

Basketball committees offer more access to selection materials

By Greg Johnson The NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Basketball Committees continue to lift the curtain on the selection, seeding and bracketing process this season by providing public access to more of the materials those groups use to...

2012 Silver Anniversary Award recipient: David Robinson

David Robinson, the 1987 United States Naval Academy graduate and Naismith Men's College Player of the Year, holds 30 different school records. The first pick in the NBA Draft by the San Antonio Spurs was named one of the NBA’s 50 Greatest...

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