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college basketball

April 23, 2021

Ballogy Launches Official Basketball Skills Assessment for Amateur Athletes

Ballogy Inc., the innovative software company revolutionizing the way youth and amateur athletes prepare for their sports, announced today the launch of the Ballogy Skills Assessment™ (BSA), a basketball shooting drill designed to assess a player...


virginia
February 13, 2021

Virginia NAIA College Suspends Basketball Players for Kneeling

A Virginia-based National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) school forfeited its scheduled game following the suspension of multiple players for previously kneeling during the national anthem. According to reports from CBS-17, Bluefi...


robinson
November 23, 2020

Duncan Robinson’s Rise from NCAA DIII to NBA Finals

If you tuned into the Miami Heat and their run to the NBA Finals there’s one thing you know for sure: Duncan Robinson played Division III men’s basketball and did so at Williams College.  The now well-known factoid heard on ESPN, printed in n...


recruiting
July 30, 2020

Five Tips for Recruiting High School Players

Recruitment. It's the lifeline for any successful college basketball program. But the recruitment of high school players goes far beyond tracking field goal percentages and rebound totals or watching a submitted highlight tape. And if you're with a s...


advice
April 14, 2020

Matt Doherty’s advice on coaching success

With his collegiate coaching career seemingly in the rearview mirror, Matt Doherty has turned his attention to offering advice and tips to the next crop of coaches at varying levels. Doherty made a national name for himself leading the Notre Dame ...


NCAA tournaments affected by COVID-10 novel coronavirus
March 11, 2020

NCAA COVID-19 updates: conferences, tournaments make changes amid coronavirus threat

Update: March 12, 4:20 p.m. ET — NCAA officially cancels men's and women's basketball tournaments "March Madness" is officially canceled. NCAA president Mark Emmert and the Board of Governers announced on Thursday afternoon that both the men's a...


February 7, 2017

College of Charleston found using ‘improper basketballs’

The Colonial Athletic Association has reversed the outcome of two College of Charleston women's basketball games after discovering the team used "improper basketballs." According to a report from ESPN, the association would not elaborate on what m...


May 4, 2016

Tom Izzo: Today’s athletes don’t fight through adversity

It's transfer season in college basketball, and this year could set another record for the number of athletes who jump ship looking for a fresh start. The growing trend has irked a lot of people in college basketball, and Michigan State men's bas...