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Moren’s No. 11 Hoosiers continue building on recent success

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — Coach Teri Moren spent nine seasons patiently constructing her program at Indiana. She worked hard to convince prep stars and transfers to take a chance on the Hoosiers, placed a premium on developing bonds and skills and carefully pieced it all together. Now, Indiana finds itself in elite company. Under Moren, …

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Winnipeg Sea Bears the latest team in the growing Canadian Elite Basketball League

WINNIPEG – Mike Morreale got a pick-me-up with Wednesday’s unveiling of the Winnipeg Sea Bears, the newest team in the Canadian Elite Basketball League. The league co-founder and commissioner attended the announcement at Canada Life Centre, the home of the NHL Winnipeg Jets that will be a re-configured 4,500-seat venue for the Sea Bears. Winnipeg …

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Scott scores 18, No. 22 Maryland blows out Louisville 79-54

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Donta Scott scored 18 points and No. 22 Maryland made five consecutive 3-pointers to open the second half in a runaway 79-54 victory over winless Louisville on Tuesday night in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. The Terrapins (7-0) led throughout, including 37-26 at halftime, before Don Carey sank the first of two …

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Gonzaga’s brutal slate continues with No. 6 Baylor up next

Gonzaga coach Mark Few always builds an ambitious nonconference schedule, helping not only harden his team for March but also to balance the Bulldogs’ weaker West Coast Conference slate when it comes to the NCAA selection committee. They’ve taken their lumps already this season, losing to second-ranked Texas and fifth-ranked Purdue to fall out of …

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