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Category: NCAA / U Sports

PREVIEW: Sabrina Ionescu to be first overall pick in WNBA draft

While sports events have been cancelled all over the world, the WNBA Draft 2020 presented by State Farm will still take place on Apr. 17th, albeit virtually. The lack of competition allows a greater platform for the draft, which will hopefully draw in more fans for the upcoming season.  Commissioner Cathy Engelbert will announce the […]

Stanford goes third straight at NCAA Division I swimming and diving championships

Photo by Jack Spitser / Spitser Photography / NCAA. It’s one of the fastest swim meets of the year, where impressive feats of speed often call for the history books to be re-written when the lights come down. However, this is not a competition between professionals swimmers, but for college kids. Many putting down the […]

Preview for the upcoming March Madness

Arike Ogunbowale of Notre Dame after sinking a thrilling game-winning shot in the 2019 championship game. (Photo courtesy of The Globe and Mail.) Before 64 of the top women’s basketball teams begin their emotionally grinding three-week journey, here’s a preview to help guide you through the madness. The top seeds across all four regions will […]

NCAA conference tournament season is upon us

All standings and rankings are after games on Monday March 4. It’s that wonderful time of year in which every NCAA Division One women’s basketball team has one last shot at a conference championship in a single elimination format, with hopes of reaching nationals. Breaking down the conferences, there is a clear divide. Those with […]

UBC wins 10th consecutive Canada West banner

Photo courtesy of UBC Swimming Instagram page. The University of British Columbia (UBC) is remarkable for its ability to consistently bring swimmers prepared for battle at championship time. They repeated this feat by capturing both the women’s and men’s Canadian Western Championship banners at this year’s championships hosted in Calgary. This was the sixth consecutive […]