Men's NCAA Tournament coverage
Lord Jeffs seize second title
Amherst ended the Cinderella run by Mary Hardin-Baylor and wrapped up its second national title, 87-70. Check out our coverage from Atlanta.
Hoopsville Season Finale
Dave McHugh is joined by Pat Coleman and Gordon Mann to recap the men's title game in Atlanta. Guests included players and coaches from UMHB and Amherst along with committee chair Mike DeWitt and NCAA VP Dan Dutcher.
Texans' trip ends in disappointment
Although it was the closest any Texas team has come to winning the Division III men's basketball national title, UMHB's season came to an emotional end.
Amherst in a familiar place
The Lord Jeffs have never played for the title in Atlanta before, but the program has been on the national stage for a decade and this two weeks off thing is no big deal either. A Road to Atlanta feature by Brian Falzarano.
UMHB gets its shot of a lifetime
Mary Hardin-Baylor wasn't given much of a chance to compete for the title national title when the tournament started. Good? Sure. But this good is a surprise. A Road to Atlanta feature by Brian Lester.
Scouting the Cru
We asked coaches who have seen Amherst and Mary Hardin-Baylor to break the teams down for us. Here's the breakdown of the Cru.
Scouting the Lord Jeffs
We asked coaches who have seen Amherst and Mary Hardin-Baylor to break the teams down for us. We start with the lowdown on the Lord Jeffs.
Hoopsville: On to Atlanta
The big weekend of basketball in Salem is over and Amherst and Mary Hardin-Baylor survive. Dave McHugh, along with Pat Coleman, looks back at the seven games and talks with the winning coaches as all eyes are now on the title game in Atlanta.
Did you miss Hoopsville?
Dave and Pat talked extensively about the Final Four, as did Salem regulars Charlie Brock and Pat Cunningham. Plus there was talk about the All-Star Game and player interviews.
Hoopsville Courtside in Salem
Dave McHugh, Pat Coleman and a rotating slate of analysts have pregame interviews and postgame video coverage from the quarterfinals and semifinals, starting at 11 ET on Friday.
Unassuming Thompson lifts Midd on D
Nolan Thompson hit six 3-pointers against Ithaca to finish with 20 points, but he's really made his name without the ball in his hands. A Road to Salem feature.
Crusaders among Salem's new faces
Winning isn't new to the Crusaders, who have averaged 24 victories over the past four years. But a trip to the Elite Eight is a new chapter. A Road to Salem feature by Brian Lester.
Cavaliers put road behind them
Cabrini enters Salem on a roll, having won 19 of 21 since Aaron Walton-Moss' return, including three road playoff games. But while he can take games over, he's not the only one. More in a Road to Salem feature.
St. Thomas back on scene in Salem
Eight Tommies won't feel so out of place in Salem this weekend, led by Tommy Hannon and John Nance. More in a Road to Salem feature by Brian Falzarano.
Men's wrap: Next stop, Salem
St. Thomas edged Calvin in a thriller to punch its ticket to Salem. Cabrini is headed there, too, after another road victory. Plus all three NESCAC teams advance.
So, who is this Morrisville State?
After two weekends of defying the odds, Morrisville State arrives in the Sweet 16 as one of the most compelling Cinderella stories in the recent history of the men’s bracket
A storybook season
So many storylines have emerged during North Central's tournament run that script writers everywhere would be filled with envy. Brian Lester has more in a Road to Salem feature.
Calvin showing it on the floor
The lack of respect shown Calvin by the NCAA committee might not matter as much now that the Knights are in the Sweet 16, but that doesn't mean it's not a motivating factor. More in a Road to Salem feature.
Rochester out; NESCAC advances
All three NESCAC teams in the tournament moved on but John DiBartolomeo was held to two points and Ithaca won at the buzzer. Plus Morrsville is still dancing and there will be a new champion.
Always an adjustment
Not much is the same about 2013 and St. Thomas' 2011 title run. Different coach, four different starters, and even the tournament format itself is not conducive to a return to the top. More in a Road to Salem feature.
Ready for the tourney
After surgery to remove two tumors from his head and three months of bed rest, 7-1 Joel Neri is coming into his own at SUNY-Purchase. More in Around the Region.
Cabrini advances, NESCAC survives
The Cavaliers showed they are still a tough out and both NESCAC teams survived first round scares. Plus Dickinson rolled past Marietta in the first round.
Rolling in Rhode Island
After a lackluster early-season game, RIC coach Bob Walsh decided to let his players run the show a lot more on offense. And the Anchormen have gone 20-3 since. More in Around the East/Northeast.
2013 men's tournament preview
Who will be the surprise teams and the disappointments in this year's men's bracket? Who will make it to Salem, and then to Atlanta? It's Pat Coleman's annual tournament preview.
Projected men's bracket
It took a little extra time, but this once-in-a-lifetime tournament schedule merited some extra scrutiny in the bracketing process. Here's what we think the NCAA should do.
2013 men's tourney will spread out
With the 2013 Division III men's title game moving back three weeks, the rest of the tournament needed to be changed as well. Here's how it will work, via Hoopsville On Demand.