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Railsplitters bow out of NCAA tournament with 75-55 loss to Mount Olive

Posted: 03/15/2015 - It's a bitter end to an otherwise historic season for the Lincoln Memorial men's basketball program, who set the South Atlantic Conference single-season record for wins and winning percentage, became just the second team in program history to win 30 games and the first since the 1976-77 squad, and captured a third straight regular season SAC title.

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Can you still get a ticket to Kentucky's NCAA opener?

Posted: 03/15/2015 - Tickets for the second and third round games in Louisville are sold out with the exception of a very limited number of All-Session packages while UK students can sign up for a ticket lottery.

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No. 1 UK opens NCAA tournament play Thursday night on CBS

Updated: 04/17/2015 - Kentucky's chasing history, trying to become the first undefeated champion in March Madness since Indiana in 1976. The unbeaten Wildcats will open play Thursday against either Manhattan or Hampton.

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Lady Tops win C-USA Tournament

Posted: 03/15/2015 - WKU (30-4, 16-2) trailed 57-53 with 2:30 left after the Golden Eagles took a four-point lead on a three-point field goal by Brooke Rhodes before redshirt sophomore Kendall Noble hit a free throw with 1:52 remaining and a basket with 54 seconds left to cut it to one at 57-56.

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Allen County-Scottsville beats Mason County, 49-42

Posted: 03/15/2015 - Allen County-Scottsville (30-4) trailed by 10 points in the first half, but used a strong second half to surge ahead and advance to the first Girls' Sweet 16 final in school history.

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No. 22 Arkansas escapes Tennessee 80-72 in SEC Tournament

Posted: 03/14/2015 - The second-seeded Razorbacks (25-7) led 55-35 early in the second half before missing 12 of their final 15 shots, a drought that allowed the Volunteers to rally to 69-65 with 3 ½ minutes left.

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Bulldogs see season come to end in 89-75 loss to ERAU

Posted: 03/13/2015 - In the loss, the Bulldogs could not overcome a great shooting day by the Eagles, who ended the afternoon shooting 62 percent from the floor. ERAU also made 10 three pointers (seven in the first half), and knocked down 17 total free throws, as well.

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