Jahari Long announces transfer to Maryland, reunites with Kevin Willard
The former Seton Hall point guard should bolster the Terrapins' depth.
The University of Hartford betrayed its athletes. Then it threatened them.
University of Hartford reaches a new low by attempting to silence its athletes.
Miami’s billionaire booster defends his big-dollar NIL deals
Amid the rise in college transfers linked to lucrative NIL deals, Miami billionaire booster John Ruiz insists he follows NCAA rules.
Maryland basketball lands commitment from Georgetown guard Donald Carey
Carey said in his announcement that he will continue to go through the NBA draft process, but he is not expected to be drafted and will play for Maryland if he returns to school.
Brenda Frese downplays high-profile transfers, restocks Maryland’s roster
After losing Angel Reese and Ashley Owusu, the Terps coach landed several transfers to make up for the lost production.
Arizona State’s Jay Heath comes home to play for Georgetown
The Sun Devils' second-leading scorer said he wanted "to be closer to my support system."
C. Vivian Stringer, legendary Rutgers coach, announces her retirement
“My life has been defined by coaching and I’ve been on this journey for over five decades," Stringer said in a statement. "It is rare that someone gets to do what they love for this long and I have been fortunate to do that."
Georgetown captain Donald Carey, Collin Holloway enter transfer portal
The two starters join Timothy Ighoefe, Tyler Beard, Jalin Billingsley and Kobe Clark as players set to leave the Hoyas.
Former DeMatha star Jahmir Young names Maryland as his transfer destination
No DeMatha product has played for the Terps since Travis Garrison joined the program in 2002.
Hunter Dickinson, Caleb Love bolster ranks of returning college stars
The Michigan and North Carolina stars decide to forgo the NBA draft amid a rapidly changing NCAA landscape after the opening of name, image and likeness opportunities — although that isn't the only reason some notable players are coming back.
Jay Wright was all class, and college basketball will miss him dearly
To say Jay Wright has nothing left to prove is an understatement. To say the sport will miss him is an even bigger understatement.
Villanova men’s basketball coach Jay Wright announces retirement
The 60-year-old Wright won two national titles with the Wildcats, who announced that he was being replaced by Fordham Coach Kyle Neptune, a former assistant to Wright at Villanova.
Kihei Clark is set to come back to Virginia for a fifth year
The Cavaliers will have all five starters back after missing the NCAA tournament for first time since 2013.
Kevin Willard picks up first commit in Maryland native Noah Batchelor
A three-star wing, Batchelor played at Glenelg Country School before transferring to IMG Academy in Florida.
Terps women lose starters Angel Reese, Ashley Owusu to transfer portal
The departures of Maryland's top two leading scorers mean Coach Brenda Frese is losing four members of the startting five that exited the NCAA tournament in the Sweet 16.
Kevin Willard completes Maryland staff with addition of Grant Billmeier
Billmeier, who was a center at Seton Hall, will work with the Maryland big men.
Kentucky tops list of way-too-early top 25 for next season
Kentucky, North Carolina, Houston, Gonzaga, Arkansas and Duke should be in the mix again next season.
Kansas-North Carolina was hoops at its best. Brace for what’s next.
The Jayhawks' memorable March was compelling enough to distract from cloud of NCAA investigation.
Kansas makes stunning second-half comeback to win national title
It’s the second national championship for Kansas Coach Bill Self, who also led the Jayhawks to the title in 2008.