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While three teams are looking for their first NCAA title, UConn is pursuing a return to glory. The Huskies are the biggest name left playing basketball this season. They made the Final Four as a No. 4 seed, joining fifth-seeded Miami and San Diego State and ninth-seeded Florida Atlantic. But while Connecticut can boast four titles, the most of any school in college basketball over the last quarter-century, this week’s trip to the Final Four is the men’s first since their last championship in 2014. 

Rose Zhang is living up to her billing as the best amateur in women's golf. The Stanford sophomore opened with a 66 in the Augusta National Women's Amateur and has a one-shot lead over Andrea Lignell of Sweden, a senior at Mississippi. Zhang's six birdies include a 50-footer on the 14th hole. 

A toxic cauldron on social media is one of the minefields players in the NCAA Tournament must navigate. In an era of increased sensitivity to athlete mental health, never have there been more outside voices scrutinizing their every move. In the third part of a series on social media's impact on March Madness, The Associated Press found that turning off social media is an option but not really a practical one.

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Tennis star Jessica Pegula has revealed that she wants to run a tennis tournament when she retires. Ahead of her match with Anastasia Potapova, Pegula shared her desire to run a tennis event in her hometown of Buffalo. The 29-year-old has good connections in the business side of sports, as h…

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