ECU, C-USA and Carolinas Web Headlines

MOST RECENT HEADLINE ADDED: 02/23/2007 04:35 PM

[ Compiled by Greg Vacek]          [ View Roundup archives from Aug. 2001 to present... ]

Please be aware that over time, the links to other sites may become obsolete.

East Carolina Carolinas Conference USA

March 7, 2004

Hoops: Road win primes ECU for tourney - 03.07
Bonesville.net

Baseball: Arizona State 6, East Carolina 4 - 03.07
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 03.07
Bonesville.net

Updated C-USA Basketball Standings - 03.07
Bonesville.net

C-USA Tournament Schedule & Seedings - 03.07
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Pirates Outmuscle the Golden Eagles 63-50
-No. 6 ASU Holds Off Pirate Baseball
-Pirates Remain Unbeaten In Holiday Inn Express/Pirate Clash
-Women's Soccer Defeats N.C. State in Spring Action

ACC casts long shadow on East Carolina program
Charlotte Observer

Buck's Homer Leads No. 6 Baseball To 6-4 Victory Over East Carolina
thesundevils.com

ASU baseball gets 8th straight victory
Arizona Republic

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
-ECU roundup- Parker qualifies for NCAA Championships
-Diamond Bucs give No. 6 Sun Devils a battle once again, but come up just short
-Wiley, Pirates topple Eagles

Eagles End Regular Season at 13-14
SouthernMiss.com

ECU rips Southern Miss
Raleigh News & Observer

Pirates punish USM
Hattiesburg American

Eagles can't shake funk, lose 63-50
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

March 6, 2004

Keith LeClair: From The Dugout - 03.06
Time to face the music on steroids
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 03.06
Bonesville.net

Updated C-USA Basketball Standings - 03.06
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250: Live @ 5 Segment - 03.06
Troy D. & Ellerbe with James Talton
Bonesville.net

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Board ponders ECU leader
-Search for AD goes on

No. 6 Sun Devils Rally for 7-6 Win
ecupirates.com

Pirates squander late lead
Greenville Daily Reflector

Comeback Kids Do It Again! No. 6 Baseball Clips No. 18 East Carolina, 7-6
thesundevils.com

Buck's bat stays hot as ASU rallies to win
Arizona Republic

East Carolina basketball fights for attention
Washington Daily News

ECU men clinch tournament bid
Greenville Daily Reflector

Men's Basketball Concludes Regular Season Play Saturday At Southern Miss
ecupirates.com

Preview: Southern Miss vs. East Carolina
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

Eagles End Regular Season, Against East Carolina
SouthernMiss.com

From ecupirates.com
-Parker Qualifies for NCAA Swimming Championships
-Pirate Softball Opens Tournament With Two Wins

March 5, 2004

Al Myatt: View from the East - 03.05
No need for rush to action in AD hire
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 03.05
Bonesville.net

Updated C-USA Basketball Standings - 03.05
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250: Bill Herrion Radio Call-In Show - 03.05
Host Jeff Charles
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250: Live @ 5 Segment - 03.05
Troy D. & Ellerbe with Tommy Eason
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250: Miller Lite Sports Bar with Jon Ellerbe - 03.05
Alan Thomas, Ian Eastman, Jeff Thompson & Brian Summers
Bonesville.net

Cable 7: On Campus with Jeff Charles - 03.05
Lee Workman, Sam Narron & Randy Mazey
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Lady Pirates Fall In First Round of Conference USA Tournament
-Pirate Tennis Teams Go Perfect On Road Trip
-No. 18 ECU Heads West for No. 6 Arizona State

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
-Jones off to torrid start for 12-0 ECU
-Season ends for ECU women
-Provost at UMKC among 3 seeking ECU post
-Trustees won’t reveal ECU chancellor picks

From the Kinston Free Press
-Football team back at work
-No. 18 baseball team heads west

They'll Be The Pirate Twins
Baseball America

ASU hopes this Buck won't stop
Arizona Republic

49ers advance as Daniels scores 26
Charlotte Observer

March 4, 2004

Henry Hinton: Henry's Highlights - 03.04
Hombre in white hat lands just reward
Bonesville.net

Hoops: Close loss drags out drama for Pirates - 03.04
Bonesville.net

Updated C-USA Basketball Standings - 03.04
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 03.04
Bonesville.net

Cable 7: Midweek Tip-Off with Hinton & Steele - 03.04
Guests Doug Martin & Greg Herenda
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Men's Basketball Loses Another Close Game
-Willis and Jackson Named to All Conference Teams
-Softball Swept By Houston
-Spring Practice Heats Up As Pirates Don Full Pads

From The Greenville Daily Reflector
-ECU women face Charlotte in C-USA tourney opener
-Pirates fall to Eagles
-East Carolina’s Willis selected first-team All-Conference USA

MU 77, ECU 73- It gets technical, but MU figures it out
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

Women's Basketball Tonight
East Carolina vs Charlotte
7 p.m. EST
Ft Worth, TX - C-USA Tournament
Gametracker

No. 6 Sun Devil Baeball Hosts No. 18 East Carolina
thesundevils.com

March 3, 2004

Brian Bailey: From the Anchor Desk - 03.03
Weekend to remember stirs 'Jungle'
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 03.03
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250 Audio: Sportsline with Patrick Johnson - 03.03
Segment with new Kent State head coach Doug Martin
Bonesville.net

Pirates go for fourth win in a row
Greenville Daily Reflector

East Carolina looks to earn fourth in a row
New Bern Sun-Journal

Game Day Preview
espn.com

From ecupirates.com
-Men's Basketball On the Road Wednesday At Marquette
-Softball Drops Doubleheader In C-USA Opener Against Houston

IMPROVED FRAME OF MIND FOR MU
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

N.C. State, ECU to play in Charlotte
Charlotte Observer

For Cougars’ Herrion, coaching is in his blood
Columbia (SC) The State

March 2, 2004

Denny O'Brien: Pirate Notebook No. 181 - 03.02
Turnaround hinges on improved field general
Bonesville.net

BCS: More equitable? Or more of the same? - 03.02
Bonesville.net

ECU Pirates 2004 Football Schedule - 03.02
Bonesville.net

Baseball America & Collegiate Baseball Polls - 03.02
Bonesville.net

AP Basketball Poll - 03.02
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 03.02
Bonesville.net

Cable 7: Brian Bailey Show - 03.02
Guests Bob Daley, Dan Eberhard & Kathy Frazier
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250: Press Box with Troy Dreyfus - 03.02
Panelists Brian Bailey, Brock Letchworth & Steve Andrews
Bonesville.net

Pirate Radio 1250: Locker Room with Kevin Monroe - 02.24
With Sean Farmer, Bill Herrion, Fred Tate & Mike Steele
Bonesville.net

Gamecock Clubs' Barber interviews for ECU job
Greenville (SC) News

From ecupirates.com
-ECU Announces 2004 Football Schedule
-Pirates Return To Gridiron For Spring Practice
-Pirate Baseball Jumps Into National Polls
-Jones Named Conference USA Hitter of the Week

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Pirates start spring drills
-Jones gets C-USA honor as top hitter
-ECU releases 2004 football schedule
-Grand slam sparks ECU softball team to defeat George Mason

From the Washington Daily News
-
Thompson says it's good to get back on the field
-ECU notebook

Pirates will face Wolfpack in Charlotte
Raleigh News & Observer

From the New Bern Sun Journal
-ECU releases football schedule
-Pirates open up spring practice
-ECU baseball enters top 25; Jones nabs C-USA hitting award

March 1, 2004

Al Myatt: View from the East - 03.01
Meaning of BCS's move up in the air
Bonesville.net

Cartel compromises with Coalition - 03.01
Bonesville.net

Baseball: ECU 6, Clemson 4 - 03.01
Bonesville.net

Baseball: ECU 7, Georgia Southern 4 - 03.01
Bonesville.net

Sunday Keith LeClair Invitational Recap - 03.01
Bonesville.net

Nuggets: Notes from ECU and beyond - 03.01
Bonesville.net

From ecupirates.com
-Pirate Baseball Stays Perfect, Wins Four in Keith LeClair Invitational
-Softball Pirates Plate Nine To Best George Mason At Dixie Classic
-Pirate Netters Return to Winning Ways, Beat Charlotte 4-1
-Men and Women Swimmers Place Second at C-USA Meet

Pirates knock off 11th-ranked Clemson
Washington Daily News

From the Greenville Daily Reflector
-Diamond Bucs sweep through Invitational
-Grand slam sparks ECU softball team to defeat George Mason
-ECU roundup- Swimmers finish second in C-USA
-Spring football practice begins

East Carolina Stays Unbeaten With 6-4 Win Over #11 Clemson Sunday
clemsontigers.com

ECU baseball team improves to 12-0
New Bern Sun-Journal

 


CLICK HERE FOR ARCHIVED HEADLINE LINKS.

CLICK HERE TO RETURN TO TODAY'S HEADLINES PAGE.

 

March 7, 2004

From the Anderson Independent
-Near pitcher perfect day- USC's Buckner strikes out 16 in win over Clemson
-Coaching just one of many changes
-Spring practice starts off strong

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Stolen away
-Duke wanted this one
-Painful setback for UNC
-Pack pulls out tough win

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Deng, Devils do it
-Late start decimates rivalry game's quality
-Heels can't cash in offensive boards
-State gets job done
-Pack secures No. 2 seed
-Pack sticks together, stays with plan

N.C. State secures ACC's 2nd seed after wild week
Charlotte Observer

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Pack knocks off Deacs
-Falling Flat
-Wake Forest-N.C. State postgame audio, photos

USC, Clemson shake things up
Columbia (SC) The State

Lane hits free throws to seal UNCW win
Wilmington Star-News

March 6, 2004

From the Winston Salem Journal
-ACC teams get ready to wrap up regular season
-Dolphins take 2 Panthers

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Special stuff
-Devils will miss Duhon
-Second place now Pack's first desire
-Hodge makes ESPN.com team

From the Anderson Independent
-Answers anyone
?
-Gamecocks look for return to comfort
-Palmetto rivalry renewed

Baseball: USC, Tigers square off
Greenville (SC) News

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Always fierce
-Role reversal for Game 2
-Krzyzewski finds tables have turned
-State, Wake both hope to end troubling trends
-Deacons will push Wolfpack
-Wild weekend on tap in ACC
-ACC's TV deal progressing

Playing away from home a taunting task
Charlotte Observer

They're still looking
Wilmington Star-News

From the Greensboro News-Record
-Hodge, Paul and Sendek are worthy contenders to walk the ACC's red carpet
-Time of the essence for Deacs' Downey
-Wake hoops has altered the typical
-Deng's bad day a good lesson
-Heels' Williams ready for return to Cameron

March 5, 2004

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-One final go 'round for Duke seniors
-No shock or awe
-Deng gets guidance from Hill
-Hang on, this could get weird

From the Winston Salem-Journal
-Wake Forest cruises by Western Carolina
-Davidson runs Elon out of SoCon Tourney
-Technically speaking, Danelius struggled

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-ACC's parity blurs vote
-McCants doesn't find Redick much of threat
-Gardner-Webb draws three years' probation

Duke dances mostly alone
Charlotte Observer

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Tigers target ground game
-Tigers football notebook
-ETSU knocks off Paladins

Cougars’ defense lets them down
Columbia (SC) The State

From the Anderson Independent
-Bowden confirms changes
-Spring will bring changes for players

Baseball: Early losses don't faze Clemson
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

Cross saves UNCW's win over Blue Devils
Wilmington Star-News

March 4, 2004

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Streak stung
-Night of K-stares
-Setback leaves Pack settling for second
-Pack taps NFL coach to coordinate defense

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Tech ends Duke streak
-Maryland stuns N.C. State
-Pack picks Herring

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Kentucky trips up USC
-USC misses chance to close gap with Kentucky
-USC postgame
-Fans catch glimps of Wallace’s potential
-USC hitters continue torrid pace
-Triplett has grand game for Clemson
-Furman wakes up, dominates late
-Southern Conference High Five
-Strong finish gives The Citadel reason for optimism

From the Asheville Citizen-Times
-Catamounts' late charge falls short
-ASU men and women eliminated from SoCon tournament

From the Greenville (SC) News
-'Cats chomp Gamecocks
-Kentucky-USC game summary
-Odd times for Gamecock fans
-Tigers shift coach formation
-Furman wins SoCon opener
-Wofford wins in OT

'Cats pounce on Howell-less USC
Anderson Independent

Weekend to decide a bunch for ACC
Greensboro News-Record

March 3, 2004

From the Winston Salem Journal
-Cavs trip Deacons
-SoCon tournament to begin with ETSU still the favorite
-UNC sloppy, but tops Clemson
-Wolfpack prepares for game with erratic Terps
-Regular-season ACC title a priority for Krzyzewski

From the Anderson Independent
-McCants, Tar Heels make it fifty straight over the Tigers at UNC
-USC reaping fruits of Colonial

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Tar Heels reject Clemson again
-UNC looking more dangerous
-UNC by sea?
-Finish line in sight for Duke
-Still plenty at stake for Pack

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-UNC gets golden victory
-Krzyzewski- Big man on campus
-N.C. Central names Johnson interim coach
-Extra season helps Melvin

From the Greenville (SC) News
-USC takes on 'Cats
-Kentucky-USC game capsule
-Heels step on Tigers
-Tigers-Tar Heels game summary
-Tourney time for Paladins
-Furman-WCU game capsule
-Expanded BCS shouldn't hurt

From the Columbia (SC) The State
-Brown ready to fill in for Howell
-KENTUCKY AT USC
-Clemson Buzz
-UNC Asheville grounds Winthrop

From the Spartanburg Herald-Journal
-Clemson makes it 0-for-50
-Fans find USC hoops a hot ticket
-Terriers open SoCon eyeing 4 straight wins

MEN'S SOUTHERN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT
Ft Worth Star-Telegram

4th-seeded UNCG hoping for long stay in tournament
Greensboro News-Record

March 2, 2004

From the Greenville (SC) News
-Once again, Tigers try to climb Chapel Hill
-Campbell helps 9-0 Gamecocks blank George Mason
-Paladins fall to Miami

Clemson looks to end its 0-for-Chapel Hill
New Bern Sun Journal

GOLDEN 50- CHAPEL HILL STREAK
Columbia (SC) The State

Felton, Manuel may sit against Clemson
Spartanburg Herald-Journal

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-Spence loses job
-Soccer suit goes forward
-This streak still standing
-Felton hurting; Manuel may play

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Spence out at NCCU
-Sherrill's likely absence to shake up Pack
-UNC's one surviving streak pushes 50

From the Fayetteville Observer
-Favorite son returns for a Fayetteville tribute
-ACC teams hope top prospects shun NBA

For Deacons, numbers can be deceiving
Greensboro News-Record

From the Winston Salem Journal
-His Father's Son
-Young, LeFaivre propel Deacons past High Point
-WFU expecting a rowdy reception at Virginia

Panthers re-sign Smith
Charlotte Observer

March 1, 2004

From the Charlotte Observer
-Magnificent March finally tipping off
-Tar Heels put an end to their NCAA drama

From the Durham Herald-Sun
-Home wreckers
-Flat first half costly for Pack
-McCants delivers in the clutch
-Nothing easy in Tallahassee

Seeing red brings out best in UNC
Fayetteville Observer

From the Raleigh News & Observer
-No denying Tar Heels
-NCAA return becomes a reality for North Carolina
-Jeers inspire McCants
-Defense lets Pack down
-Duke ends jinx at FSU

Colleges- Students, recruits don’t mingle
Greensboro News-Record

Broken wrist ends Howell’s season
Columbia (SC) The State

USC's Howell out for season
Anderson Independent

Ending long road skid is possible
Greenville (SC) News

From the Winston Salem Journal
-HARD ROAD- Apps have tough assignment in opener of tourney
-SOCON TOURNEY PAIRINGS
-MY BALL! Levy gives Deacs push on boards
-WFU rallies to beat High Point as Greer gets 700th career win

 


CLICK HERE FOR ARCHIVED HEADLINE LINKS.

CLICK HERE TO RETURN TO TODAY'S HEADLINES PAGE.

 

March 7, 2004

From ConferenceUSA.com
-2004 Kelly Tires C-USA Men's Basketball Tournament Pairings
-C-USA Women's Basketball Tournament

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-USM fans finally embrace Green, but too few, too late
-Giannini- Settlement equals year's pay
-Memphis loss, DePaul win result in 5-way tie for title
-C-USA Basketball Championship
-USM pummels Oklahoma State 21-5

From the Hattiesburg American
-Green watches Eagles
-Golden Eagles pound Cowboys in tournament

Blazers champs - with 4 others
Birmingham News

From the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
-MARQUETTE 81, LOUISVILLE 80: Mason's heroics stun Cards
-Anything possible for Eagles

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-Cards lose at crazy 0-00.8
-Crean's ire raised by doctored quotes
-Cards need help sealing the deal
-Kent State takes pair from baseball Cards 

Bobbitt's big shot gives Bearcats share of title
Cincinnati Enquirer

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Another near miss
-U of M freshman not ready to jump
-Tigers postgame
-Marquette upends Louisville

UAB rolls over TCU, 87-62
Dallas Morning News

From the Charlotte Observer
-Q&A with Judy Rose
-49ers share crown, but seeded 5th

From the New Orleans Times Picayune
-Cowen's unlikely battle a success
-Green Wave can't finish off 49ers
-Green Wave outlasts Pepperdine

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-TCU marches into final
-Women's Tourney: Who's hot
-TCU is no match for UAB
-Adding 5th BCS bowl adds many questions

DePaul wins, gets in on five-way tie for title
Chicago Sun Times

Morris Makes Quick Work Of Blocks Mark
Tampa Tribune

From the St Petersburg Times
-UCF is headed to NCAA Tournament
-NCAA tournament projected field

March 6, 2004

Green Resigns as Southern Miss Head Basketball Coach; Norwood To Serve As Interim Coach
SouthernMiss.com

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-Coach won't be with team for game today
-USM hoops coach resigns
-Williams on long list of possible successors
-
If a change was needed, then so is so much more

From the Hattiesburg American
-Green says so long to Southern Miss
-Who knows what really happened?
-Green's exit- 'More to it than meets the eye'
-Resignation surprises USM players
-Names already begin to surface

From the Houston Chronicle
-
UH falters in overtime, calls it a year
-LSU races past Houston 9-3

Seniors lead second-half charge
St Louis Post Dispatch

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers eye Cincy and title
-Preview- Tigers vs. Cincinnati
-Keys to the game
-ESPN.com honors Banks
-Morris to take over U of M fundraising
-Saint Louis grabs OT win
-Green resigning at S. Mississippi

Puzzling UC seeks title piece
Cincinnati Enquirer

From the Charlotte Observer
-
49ers could tie for 1st and still not land bye
-Rochelle hits 2 home runs in 49ers' win

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-Tulane hoping to slow down 49ers in regular-season finale
-Green Wave's rally comes up short
-LSU rains runs on Houston

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-Cards won't look past Marquette
-Certain stories are hard to believe

From the Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader
-Cards hope to continue resurgence at Marquette
-TAILSPIN BEGAN WITH LOSS TO MARQUETTE
-U of L extends contracts

From the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
-MU RECORD COULD BE LIABILITY
-Guard has player of year stats
-Crean not happy, but still optimistic

Demons seek share of conference title
Chicago Sun-Times

From the Tampa Tribune
-Record Is `Big Deal' To Morris
-
DePaul At South Florida

Morris can add a record to memories
St Petersburg Times

UAB seniors say goodbye in key game against TCU
Birmingham News

Blazers will honor five senior players
Birmingham Post-Herald

C-USA Women's Tourney News from the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Who's hot
-Houston center dazzles with 34 points
-For TCU, it's block 'n' roll
-DePaul deserving of bid, coach says

From ConferenceUSA.com
-Men's Basketball Notebook - March 6
-C-USA Women's Basketball Tournament
-Men's Basketball Notebook - March 5
-Women's Basketball Tournament Television Information

SMU interviews Michigan St. basketball asst.
Dallas News

March 5, 2004

From ConferenceUSA.com
-C-USA Women's Basketball Tournament
-Men's Basketball Notebook - March 4
-New Orleans Bowl Announces Title Sponsor

Schwab: Doctor's quick work saves life
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

From the Chicago Sun-Times
-C-USA giving up on a good thing
-One foot in the door

Payback is sweet for Demons
Chicago Tribune

Demons leave 'Cats blue
Cincinnati Enquirer

DePaul Knocks Off No. 12 Bearcats, 68-65
UCBearcats.com

McCallum's time up as UH coach
Houston Chronicle

From the St Louis Post-Dispatch
-SLU senior feels at home at the point
-Bryant will not play

From the Louisville Courier-Journal
-U of L guard kept pregnancy a secret for 8 months
-U of L rewards its Big Three
-Reward would be sweet for Cards

UAB seniors say goodbye in key game against TCU
Birmingham News

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers hold key to league tourney
-Memphis looking for an election bounce
-C-USA election winners
-U of M staff begins year impressively

USM's record will handicap Gaines
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

Baseball: Eagles soaring along
Hattiesburg American

No fan of February (includes C-USA summary)
ESPN

C-USA Women's Tourney News from the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-Who's Hot
-Breakdown

New era at SMU starts with 64-56 win over Tulsa
Dallas Morning News

Rice loses to Louisiana Tech
Houston Chronicle

March 4, 2004

Brown, Johnson step up for 49ers
Charlotte Observer

Charlotte keeps UH down
Houston Chronicle

Ball's 3-pointer helps Blazers avoid upset
Birmingham News

Bulls left with pain after a close loss
St Petersburg Times

USF Lets Another One Slip Away
Tampa Tribune

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers win, bask in Pyramid finale
-No. 1 should hang from the rafters
-No tears shed for Pyramid
-Tigers postgame

No. 20 Memphis tames TCU men, 83-56
Dallas Morning News

USM's stretch run tops Tulane
Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-Southern Miss fights past Wave
-Scelfo looking for No. 1 QB, defensive help
-Wyndham becomes N.O. Bowl sponsor

From the Louisville Courier Journal
-Cardinals finally get Savvisfaction
-'Stronger' Cardinals send a message 

Louisville is finally at home in St. Louis
St Louis Post Dispatch

Bearcats expecting different DePaul
Cincinnati Enquirer

From the Cincinnati Post
-
UC must deal with DePaul's Brown this time
-
Motivated Johnson steers Bearcats in right direction

DePaul's Mejia settling in, breaking out
Chicago Sun Times

From the Ft Worth Star Telegram
-CONFERENCE USA WOMEN'S TOURNEY PREVIEW
-C-Usa Women's Tournament Notes
-Frogs fall hard in Memphis

March 3, 2004

From ConferenceUSA.com
-C-USA Women's Basketball Tournament
-Men's Basketball Notebook - March 2
-Tennis Players of the Week - March 2

UH/C-USA notebook: Cougars must win out to nab tourney spot
Houston Chronicle

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
C-USA: Game of the week
C-USA: Player of the week
C-USA: The week's best
C-USA: Standings
Time may be running out on USM coach
Southern Miss vs. Tulane
USM investigation stonewalled by lack of communication

Improved Bulls worry Anderson
Birmingham News

Blazers face FSU, close out with Southern Miss
Birmingham Post-Herald

From the Houston Chronicle
-Cooley solid as UH knocks off Baylor
-
UH/C-USA notebook: Cougars must win out to nab tourney spot

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-It's Tigers' last tip in the Tomb, right, R. C.?
-Diarra ends career as Tiger with no regrets
-Preview- Tigers vs. TCU

From the Ft Worth Star-Telegram
-TCU starting QB a split decision
-GAMEDAY: TCU men at No. 20 Memphis
-Access, money at heart of BCS changes

From the St Louis Post-Dispatch
-Louisville has a few more Cards to deal vs. SLU
-Game Day- SLU vs. Louisville

From the Louisville Courier Journal
-U of L heading into its house of horrors
-Diakite quits Cards for pro job in France

From the Cincinnati Enquirer
-DePaul's come a long way under Leitao
-Bearcats release 2004 football schedule

Futures Of USF's Royal, Houston In Question
Tampa Tribune

NU gets Thursday kickoff vs. TCU
Chicago Tribune

Dirks, Tigers shut down Greenies, 6-0
Baton Rouge Advocate

March 2, 2004

From the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
-MAJOR SETBACK: Schwab has surgery due to blood clot
-
Bearcats control their own destiny

Marquette Assistant Schawb in Critical Condition
Collegesports.com

Marquette assistant critical
Raleigh News & Observer

From the Charlotte Observer
-Withers faces DWI, other charges
-C-USA scenario maddening

From the Birmingham News
-Six for the Dance
?
-No rest for Blazers in 2004 schedule

Blazers gear up for home stretch
Birmingham Post-Herald

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-
Extra BCS game delays the solution
-Six 2003 bowl to face Tulane
-Now the entree
-Billikens' guarded hopes

Early-season clash: Tigers play Wave
Baton Rouge Advocate

From the Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger
-
Eagles kick off against 'Huskers
-USM applauds addition of 5th BCS bowl
-USM football schedule

From the Memphis Commercial Appeal
-Tigers get five at home
-City to host '05 C-USA tourney
-Tiger Football 2004 Schedule

From the Tampa Tribune
-USF Adds Franks, Dawsey To Sideline
-Leather, McCullum Settle Differences

From the St Petersburg Times
-Bulls release 2004 schedule
-Dawsey to coach USF's receivers
-Women- USF sets its sights on reaching, hosting WNIT
-Tampa bowl to assess BCS slot

TCU football to open at home vs. Northwestern
Dallas News

From the Louisville Courier Journal
-BCS move applauded by U of L
-Another Brohm on board at U of L
-U of L assistant Theus says he likely won't get UNLV job
-U of L football picks up three

Bearcats' White making point he can handle position change
Cincinnati Enquirer

From ConferenceUSA.com
-Men's Basketball Notebook - March 1
-Women's Basketball Release - March 1

March 1, 2004

From the New Orleans Times-Picayune
-BCS says it will add bowl in 2006
-Tulane shuts out Utah again

Russum-led USM blanks La. Tech
Hattiesburg American

USF Uses 5-Run Rally To Beat Stetson At Classic
Tampa Tribune

Tech trounces TCU in baseball, 19-9
Dallas News

UH puts squeeze on Long Beach St.
Houston Chronicle

UC controls destiny
Cincinnati Enquirer

Final two games are pivotal for Tigers
Memphis Commercial Appeal

Ex-U of L guard still tallying assists
Louisville Courier Journal

Regular Season Champion Houston Top Seed at C-USA Women's Basketball Tournament
ConferenceUSA.com

From the Ft Worth Star-Telegram
-TCU seeks another banner year
-On the court, he can't cover the Lady Frogs
-BCS to add fifth bowl in shakeup

Eagles' wild win ends in controversy
Chicago Tribune

 


CLICK HERE FOR ARCHIVED HEADLINE LINKS.

CLICK HERE TO RETURN TO TODAY'S HEADLINES PAGE.