UT Martin Skyhawks

4th OVC I | 12-19
    • depaulbluedemons.com

      Blue Demons Sweep St. Thomas University

      March 22, 2017 MIAMI – The DePaul women’s tennis team earned its eighth win of the season after sweeping St. Thomas University 7-0 in Miami on Wednesday afternoon. DePaul (8-6) now boasts a four-match win streak with its victory over the Bobcats. In doubles, Patricia Lancranjan and Keisha Clousing defeated Cynthia Diaz and Naomi Maehama 8-1 at No. 2. Yuliya Shupenia and Ana Vladutu at No. 1 and Florence Abbott and Aspasia Avgeri at No. 3 clinched victories with a 8-2 mark each over their opponents. Shupenia and Vladutu defeated Ksenia and Victoria Slavina, while Abbott and Avgeri bested Cassandra Lemieux and Marine Uyttenhove. In singles action, Clousing notched a 6-1, 6-1 finish at No. 2 over

    • ABC News5 hours ago

      Baylor heads to Oklahoma City, site of both cheers and tears

      Baylor left Oklahoma City two weeks ago after a rare loss in the Big 12 Tournament. Two years ago, their season ended after losing an NCAA Elite Eight game in the same building. The Lady Bears, the top seed in the Oklahoma City Regional, are now headed back to the arena less than 300 miles from their Waco campus to play Louisville in an NCAA Sweet 16 rematch Friday night. "We've shed plenty of tears there, but we've also celebrated in confetti there," senior forward Nina Davis said. "We're not really worried about the location where we're playing at. We're just worried about our next opponent, which is Louisville, and just focused on us and what we have to do to get to the next round." Baylor

    • USA Today

      7 words no recruit should ever say to UConn's Geno Auriemma

      It's not just body language, as he told reporters before a Final Four game last year. UConn coach Geno Auriemma shared this key to telling if a potential recruit is the right fit for his program in February, as the Huskies were looking for their 100th consecutive win. "The majority of the kids we get, they talk about winning championships," he said. "Whenever a kid says to me, 'What position am I going to play?' or, "What's my role going to be on the team?' I go, 'Well, you're probably not going to have one, because you're probably not coming to Connecticut.'" The Huskies, who are going for their fifth consecutive title, face off against 4-seed UCLA on Thursday.