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Which teams does Kentucky have a losing record against?

1. Arizona (2-3) Kentucky and Arizona have locked horns five times, all in big games. The first was in the NIT in 1946—a 77-53 Kentucky win. The second was a one point victory in the Maui Classic Invitational in 1993. Since then Arizona has had an edge on them, taking the 1997 national title in an overtime heartbreaker and winning two other times in nonconference games.
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UAB adds Tulane transfer Jordan Walker

UAB basketball head coach Andy Kennedy is a master of the transfer portal. Despite a mass exodus of players the past two seasons, Kennedy has restocked the UAB roster with various transfers and now welcomes Tulane guard Jordan Walker. “Jordan is a dynamic, creative lead guard who makes plays with...
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Probst’s value for CM comes behind the plate

Cy Probst is hitting at a team-best .476. He has slammed four home runs and collected 26 RBIs. He also possesses a hose-like arm and has thrown out six of 11 attempted base stealers. And yet neither his bat, nor arm might be Probst’s best asset. Central Mountain coaches and...
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La Salle heats up, eyes another softball title

PROVIDENCE — The top of the La Salle softball team’s batting order is the most fearsome foursome in the state. Turns out, the rest of the lineup isn’t a picnic, either. There isn't a lot of room for mistakes against these La Salle hitters. One pitch can get turned the wrong way in a hurry and, if walks or errors pile up, it’s going to hurt you quickly. Cumberland found that out the hard way Wednesday. The Rams had a nice day from the bottom of the order; sophomore Claire Boulanger came off the bench to hit a pair of doubles and drive in three runs as La Salle cruised to a 9-1 win over the Clippers.

2023 Under the Radar Wings Set for Big Summers

The summer season is key for the class of 2023 as college head coaches will be able to interact directly with players soon. The wing class is filled with under the radar talents who are ready to burst onto the scene this summer. Here are the top under the radar wings set for big summers in the 2023 class.
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Garden State Hardwood Classic will return in 2021

The Rutgers men’s basketball team will face in-state rival Seton Hall on Dec. 12 in the annual Garden State Hardwood Classic. The game will be a Pirates home game at the Prudential Center, a main source of contention in the process of scheduling the game. The dispute between the two...

2020-21 Player Review: Ben Stanley

There may be no better recent example of the needless malice of the NCAA than Ben Stanley. Stanley left his initial college home of Hampton looking for better basketball opportunities but, more importantly to him, a place where he could learn in person. Stanley believed that, due to struggles he has learning, in person learning was vital to his success. Ben didn’t just verbalize this a couple of times, he wrote the NCAA a letter explaining it. The search for in person learning in his major landed him at Xavier. The NCAA, true to form, waited until the eleventh hour and then denied his request for immediate eligibility. That lead to a legendary tweet, but Ben was still out of luck.

Iowa lands 4-star PG Dasonte Bowen

Iowa has landed four-star point guard Dasonte Bowen, the Hawkeyes' first commitment in the class of 2022. Bowen, from Massachusetts, is the highest-rated point guard to commit to Iowa in the Fran McCaffery-era, according to 247Sports. He's the 17th-ranked point guard in the country and No. 82 overall, per 247Sports.

Xavier baseball places second in Big East

Xavier Baseball boasted a noteworthy run in the Big East Tournament at the end of May, falling just short against the Connecticut Huskies. The Muskies finished the regular season with a 15-11 record, good for the fourth and final seed in the Big East Tournament. The other teams in the tournament — which was hosted at Prasco Park in Mason, Ohio — included the one-seed UConn, the two-seed Creighton, and the three seed Seton Hall.
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Rutgers vs Seton Hall rivalry renewed for 2021

A date and location have been set for the return of the Garden State Hardwood Classic. Rutgers and Seton Hall will face off for the first time in two years on Sunday, Dec. 12th at the Prudential Center in Newark. The news was first reported by Jerry Carino of the Asbury Park Press.
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Rutgers, Seton Hall resume men’s basketball rivalry game as sanity prevails

Chicanery has given way to common sense. Rutgers and Seton Hall will play each other in men’s basketball this coming season, the schools said Tuesday. The announcement comes after a one-year series hiatus amid the coronavirus pandemic and months worth of they-said, they-said squabbling and behind-the-scenes whining about a myriad of issues related to the consistently compelling and contentious in-state rivalry.
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Rutgers-Seton Hall basketball series salvaged; date is set for 2021

After a one-year hiatus and a months-long disagreement over where next game would take place, the Rutgers-Seton Hall men's basketball series has been salvaged. The Garden State Hardwood Classic will resume Dec. 12 at Prudential Center, both schools announced Tuesday. The series, which was under contract until 2026 (now 2027,...

Rutgers-Seton Hall agree to continue series

After the series was in danger of ending after last season’s game was cancelled and both schools reportedly not on the same page, Rutgers and Seton Hall have agreed to resume its longstanding rivalry next season. Rutgers will play the Garden State Hardwood Classic at Seton Hall on Sunday, Dec....