What do the University of Maryland and The Phillips Collection, America’s first museum of modern art, have in common? As it turns out, a whole lot. To start, they have a common aim: advance innovation and education in the arts. What’s more, they understand that to achieve this, they must expand their efforts beyond their walls and be deeply engaged with their communities and other like-minded institutions. “The Phillips and University of Maryland share many of the same long-term goals,” said Dorothy Kosinski, director of The Phillips Collection. “We both aim to embrace opportunities to extend our influence and make
Indiana’s ride is over, as the Hoosiers lost 101-86 to a hot-shooting North Carolina squad that wasn’t going to be denied on this night in a Sweet 16 battle.
Wisconsin’s magic ride ended like a kick in the gut in the Sweet 16. After leading No. 6 Notre Dame for most of the game and failing to put away the poor-shooting Fighting Irish when they had a chance, the No. 7 Badgers let it slip away with some crucial late turnovers.
Ohio State’s season came to an end on Friday night with a 78-62 loss to Tennessee in a Sweet 16 matchup at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center in Sioux Falls, S.D. [ MORE: Read more at OhioStateBuckeyes.com | @OhioState_WBB on Twitter | @ohiostate_wbb on Instagram ] This was Ohio State’s first trip to the Sweet 16 since 2011. Ameryst Alston finished with 21 points, while Kelsey Mitchell added 20 points and four assists in the loss. The Buckeyes finish their season with a final record of 26-8. Catch up on all the action here. TENNESSEE 78, OHIO STATE 62: BOX | RECAP ⛹👀
Wisconsin and Notre Dame in the Sweet 16. What more could you want?
Big Ten fans were treated to an outstanding NCAA Men's Hockey Tournament game on Friday.
Indiana has a winning record in the NCAA Tournament against No. 1 seeds (5-3). Wisconsin is two wins away in the East Regional from becoming the first program since UCLA (2006-2008) to make three straight Final Fours. Tonight, the No. 7 seeded Badgers face No. 6 seed Notre Dame (7:30 p.m. ET) before the No. 5 seeded Hoosiers take on No. 1 seed North Carolina (10 p.m. ET), and we talked to the coaches and a key player from each Big Ten squad.
Michigan State basketball is already talking about next year. Michigan football says it's open to renewing one special rivalry. Wisconsin football is holding a spring practice not in Florida but some place north. These football and basketball stories and more in Friday's Big Ten news digest.
Behind the walls of the Minnesota Correctional Facility in Shakopee, Minn., a woman is crying. It’s one of the first rehearsals of a new choir at the prison called Voices of Hope, and what’s going on in a small room has hit a major emotional chord. “This woman joined us tonight and cried the entire time,” explained UM doctoral student Amanda Weber, the choir leader. At the end of the session, Weber asked her, “Are you okay? “The woman told me she was confused. She said, ‘I’m not usually an emotional person, but for some reason, I can’t stop crying.’ “That’s what music
All four No. 1 seeds are in the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2012. And Kansas wasn’t going to be denied on this night.