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Baylor holds off Notre Dame 82-81 for women’s title


Williamson, Duke survive UCF’s late misses, reach Sweet 16


North Carolina returns to Sweet 16, beats Washington 81-59


Top-seeded UNC overcomes slow 1st half to beat Iona in NCAAs


Duke’s Zion Show has successful NCAA Tournament debut


Bolden back, White out for Duke in NCAA Tournament opener


Pack Outlasts Hofstra in NIT, 84-78


Duke back on top; ACC sits 1-2-3 atop final AP Top 25


Elon fires men's hoops coach Matt Matheny after 10 seasons


Stop Zion! Duke gets top billing; NC, Virginia, Zags also 1s


Williamson, No. 5 Duke beat No. 12 FSU 73-63 for ACC title


Florida State upends No. 2 Virginia 69-59 in ACC semifinals


No. 5 Duke edges No. 3 UNC 74-73 in ACC semifinals


Williamson has 29 points in return, No. 5 Duke rolls in ACCs


No. 3 North Carolina beats Louisville 83-70 in ACC quarters


Guy, Salt help No. 2 Virginia beat NC State, 76-56


Johnson helps NC State edge Clemson 59-58 in ACC Tournament


N.C. State reinstates Lockett after assault charge dismissed


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