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Here's the 10 most recent stories. You can find more stories broken down by conference on our men's and women's team and conference pages.
The Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference is in danger of losing UW-Superior, perhaps as early as the 2015-'16 academic year.
Alma women's coach Keisha Brown passed away from cancer April 10, but not before she affected the lives of a countless number of people over the past decade-plus and carved out a legacy that will never be forgotten.
Nicosia Henry was shot in the ankle when a gunman opened fire on an off-campus party packed with Seton Hall students in 2010. Henry transferred to Montclair State, where she has become a star in basketball and track.
Before Rutgers-Camden's multi-year streak of futility, there was another five trying to stay out of the record books. Great piece from SI on Haverford's attempt to break its long losing streak.
Coach Todd McGuinness spent a lot of time to get one of the best scorers in Section II history, and boy, is he glad he did.
Two years ago, it took an 18-point second-half rally for the UW-Whitewater men's basketball team to bring home a national title. This year, the Warhawks needed a basket in the closing second to bring home the trophy.
Devean George, a real estate developer with a heart who also was a pretty good basketball player, made an inaugural investment in north Minneapolis in 2006 that is about to reap a nice return for working-poor families and his old neighborhood.
Villanova's coach remembers who gave him his first college coaching job, and that was Mike Neer at the University of Rochester.
Brittany Berry is one of the most accurate shooters in the country. She is a selfless teammate and phenomenal passer. But she is also a cancer survivor.
Chapman men's basketball coach Mike Bokosky isn't expecting anything different from his team's NCAA Tournament opponent than what he's seen from some SCIAC opponents.