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NOTRE DAME WINS BIG 10

(NOTRE DAME RELEASE) Irish Capture Second Straight B1G Crown; Fourth Straight NCAA Bid NOTRE DAME, Ind. — For the second consecutive year, the University of Notre Dame Fighting Irish are Big Ten Hockey Tournament Champions. The Irish secured the trophy and an NCAA...

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INDIANA ADVANCES IN NIT

(INDIANA RELEASE) BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Arkansas gave Indiana its first loss of the season. It wasn't quite able to give Indiana its last loss. The Razorbacks tried mightily, leading much of the way Saturday afternoon, but the host Hoosiers used a key 10-0 run after...

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RADIOTROY/SUBWAY SPORTSPAGE MARCH 24

          INDIANA HIGH SCHOOL BOYS STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 1A Fort Wayne Blackhawk 60 Barr Reeve 43 2A Andrean 59 Linton Stockton 54 3A Silver Creek 52 Culver Academy 49 4A Carmel 60 Ben Davis 55   HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL South Dearborn 11...

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WHERE TO SEE MEN’S AND WOMEN’S NCAA TOURNAMENT

MEN’S NCAA Second round, Saturday, March 23                                                        Maryland vs. LSU                           12:10 pm            CBS        Wofford vs. Kentucky                   2:40 pm               CBS        Florida vs....

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RADIOTROY/SUBWAY SPORTSPAGE MARCH 23

            MEN’S NCAA TOURNAMENT-FRIDAY Iowa 79 Cincinnati 72 Oklahoma 95 Ole Miss 72 Texas Tech 72 Northern Kentucky 57 UC Irvine 70 Kansas State 64 Tennessee 77 Colgate 70 Virginia 71 Gardner – Webb 56 Buffalo 91 Arizona State 74...

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1956: The senior Bill Russell led the University of San Francisco to its second straight N.C.A.A. title with an 83‚71 victory over Iowa. Russell scored 26 points and pulled down 27 rebounds as the Dons won their 55th straight game, the collegiate record at the time. The current record is 88 straight by U.C.L.A. from 1971 to ’74.

1936: In the longest N.H.L. game ever played, the Detroit Red Wings and the Montreal Maroons went six overtime periods at the Montreal Forum in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup semifinals before the Wings won on the game’s only goal, scored by Mud Bruneteau. The time of game was 2 hours 56 minutes 30 seconds.

1933…Babe Ruth, who made $75,000 last season, takes a $23,000 pay cut, a decrease which is indicative of the depression era. The 38 year-old Yankee slugger remains productive, batting .301, hitting 34 home runs, and driving in 103 runs for the second-place club that finishes seven games behind the Senators.