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"This wasn't for us, this was for the 17 victims. We played for them,” one of the players said after the emotional triumph.
The Stags will face the Eagles in Monday’s championship game at Bender Arena.
The Saints use a tough zone defense to limit the Huskies in their 75-56 loss.
Popovich compared James to “Black Panther” and described Ingraham's criticism of the Cavaliers star as “childish."
Shawn Kelley, also making his spring debut, tossed a scoreless inning.
The world marveled at athletes, as well as the political and personal dramas that unfolded at the 2018 Winter Games in PyeongChang.
Long, a launch angle guru, might end up being the missing piece in Washington.
No. 2 Panthers come back from 13 down to win 63-61, setting up a championship rematch with No. 1 St. John’s.
Goals by Novakovich in Netherlands, Holmes in England, Diskerud and Gall in Sweden, and Parks in Portugal.
With two starters out, the Crusaders were led by Shakira Austin's 27 points.
Terrapins snap their first-ever three-game Big Ten losing skid with 77-75 victory over a feisty Cornhuskers team.
The 2018 Winter Olympics concluded in PyeongChang on Feb. 25. Here are a few of the 241 U.S. Olympic athletes who stepped into the spotlight.
Cubs score a 49-38 win to keep the tradition alive.
The Mets' hopeful is limited to taking batting practice for now.
A look at the conclusion of the 2018 Winter Olympics, including the closing ceremonies.