Winter 2015

Florida breaks the tie

Last year, Florida shared a national title with Oklahoma. This year’s championship once again came down to the final event. Rather than sharing the podium, though, Florida stood alone at the top.

Stevens snaps the streak

The Stevens Institute of Technology captured its first national volleyball title when it knocked off three-time defending national champion Springfield College.

A perfect 26 for Oklahoma

Oklahoma’s national championship-clinching victory capped a record-breaking 26-0 season.

Providence leans on its wall

Led by goalkeeper Jon Gillies, Providence knocked off Boston University 3-2 to capture the 2015 Division I Men’s Hockey Championship.

Perfect 10

The Huskies squad that defeated Notre Dame 63-53 in the national championship game on April 7 in Tampa, Florida wasn’t the same team that gathered on Connecticut’s campus six months before.

Duke captures fifth title

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

Moving up the podium

Last year, the University of Texas at Austin fell 51 points shy of a national championship, trailing only the University of California-Berkeley. So the Longhorns spent a year thinking about those 51 points and how to close that gap. They did more than just that – Texas dominated the rest of the field.

California (Pennsylvania) honors teammate with win

Members of the California University of Pennsylvania women’s basketball team spent much of their season mourning the loss of teammate Shanice Clark, who died in her sleep in January due to complications from sickle cell trait.

Florida Southern completes its mission

The Florida Southern men’s basketball team captured the school’s first championship in the sport since 1981.

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