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Women's Basketball
Five teams hve punched their tickets to the DI championship: Florida Gulf Coast, UT-Martin, Maryland, Purdue and Tennessee. Conference championships continue this week, leading up to Selection Monday on March 12. Follow all of the conference action -- and participate in a pre-bracket chat with committee chairman Greg Christopher at 2:30 p.m. ET Tuesday.
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Men’s Gymnastics
Oklahoma posted the nation's highest score of the season, beating defending champion Stanford on Saturday. Captain Jake Dalton won four individual titles to lead the Sooners.
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Fairleigh Dickinson claimed the Northeast Conference regular season championship at NEC Meet No. 3 on Sunday. The Knights went 4-0 on the day to improve to a perfect 9-0 on the weekend. Combined with results from two previous NEC meets, the Knights hold a conference record of 22-5, five wins better than runner-up Sacred Heart.
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Men’s Basketball
A perfect record in SEC play had been done before -- but it's rare. No. 1 Kentucky blew past No. 16 Florida on Sunday to become the third team since 1956 to do so.
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Women's Golf
Alabama closed out its second and final round on Sunday to secure the team title at the Darius Rucker Intercollegiate on the par-71, 6,160-yard Long Cove Club. Rain halted play Saturday and forced the conclusion of the second round on Sunday morning, which also caused the third round to be canceled. The Crimson Tide had a little less than half of a round to complete on Sunday to earn their second tournament title of the season. UA shot 1-over par on Sunday to post a second-round score of 1-under-par 283 for a 36-hole total of 3-over 571.
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Texas State made it five consecutive shutouts on Sunday, finishing a three-game sweep of Notre Dame and extending its scoreless streak to 50 1/3 innings.
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Women's Ice Hockey
The National Collegiate Women’s Ice Hockey Committee announced Sunday the field of eight teams which will compete for the 12th National Collegiate Women’s Ice Hockey Championship. Quarterfinal competition will be conducted on the campuses of the participating school, while the 2012 Women’s Frozen Four will be hosted by Minnesota-Duluth on March 16 and 18 at Amsoil Arena in Duluth, Minn.
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Men’s Volleyball
Matt Hohenberger had 20 kills to lead No. 5 MIT to a five-set win against No. 6 NYU. The Engineers earned their first win against the Violets since 1991 and ended NYU's 11-match win streak.
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Shirley Daniels and Lacey Kohl each hit solo home runs to propel Syracuse past No. 10 Baylor 2-1 on Sunday morning in SU’s finale at the Citrus Classic. The Orange (9-6) finished the weekend with a 4-1 record and knocked off two ranked teams (No. 16 Michigan, No. 10 Baylor) along with North Carolina, which is first out of the NFCA poll. Their only loss came against No. 19 Auburn.
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Men’s Ice Hockey
Amherst overcame a two-goal deficit, scoring four unanswered goals on Sunday to blow past Middlebury and win the NESCAC championship. Jonathan LaRose has 33 saves for the winners.
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Winter Championships
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