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Basketball dominates against Case Western Reserve

The Spartans outscored the ‘Jackets in the first five minutes of the fourth quarter, but they were already too far behind for it to make any difference. While the gap between the teams did not increase, the early success of the ‘Jackets was insurmountable.

Basketball splits matchup with WashU

UR Women’s Basketball held onto defeat the Washington University in St. Louis Bears 69–65 on Friday at the Palestra.

Basketball continues strong start with tournament victories

The ninth-ranked women and 17th-ranked men both improved to 8–1.

Basketball teams tussle with top foes

Continuing its early season success, UR Women’s Basketball defeated Oswego State by a 50-point margin and picked up three other wins since Thanksgiving Break, two of which by over 20 points.

Clamage embraces increased role

In the Holiday Inn Rochester Downtown Thanksgiving Tournament last week, junior guard Ryan Clamage of UR Men’s Basketball scored 20…

Clamage leads Men’s Basketball to tournament victory

UR Men’s Basketball entered the new season with tremendous expectations despite only returning two starters, ranking 16th in a preseason poll by D3hoops.com.

Women’s Basketball stifles opponent in fourth quarter comeback

UR Women’s Basketball opened its season with a home win at the Chuck Resler Invitational this past weekend, coming back from a 14-point deficit to defeat fifth-ranked Thomas More College.

Women’s Basketball picked to win UAA Title, men predicted to finish fourth

UR Women's Basketball was picked to win the UAA title for this season by the conference’s head coaches and the men were pegged to finish fourth out of eight teams.

Norris and Scott pair business with basketball in book

Charles Norris, a long-time executive at Fortune 500 companies, and Byron Scott, a future member of the NBA Hall of Fame, make an odd pair, something that they’re keenly aware of.

Golden State and Cleveland are still the teams to beat

Throughout the first round of the NBA Playoffs, the conventional wisdom hasn’t changed much despite a good amount of competitive games. There were no major upsets, as Golden State and Cleveland showed they are still the teams to beat in their respective conferences.