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Apr 5, 2015; Tampa, FL, USA; Maryland Terrapins guard Lexie Brown (4) drives between Connecticut Huskies guard Moriah Jefferson (4) and forward Breanna Stewart (30) during the second half of a 2015 NCAA Women's Division I Championship semi-final game at Amalie Arena.

Maryland comes up short in Final Four semifinal against UConn

In Maryland’s first season in the Big Ten Conference, the Terrapins women’s basketball team advanced to the Final Four. But the road ended Sunday night as Maryland fell to perennial power UConn, 81-58. Brionna Jones led the Terrapins with 14 points. Breanna Stewart scored 25 points and Morgan Tuck added 24 for UConn, who are now one win away from a third straight national championship. UConn will face Notre Dame for the title on Tuesday night in a rematch of last season’s championship game. Lexie Brown added 12 points for Maryland. Maryland’s Brown had some extra support at the game as

BTN LiveBIG: Maryland professor, students start movement to free imprisoned journalists worldwide

In the eyes of Dana Priest, longtime reporter for the Washington Post and journalism professor at the University of Maryland, endangered species aren’t limited to the animal kingdom. She believes journalists around the world are falling victim to predatory forces capable of causing their extinction, too. With that in mind, Priest set out to enlighten her students about the world’s growing number of imprisoned reporters by giving them an assignment in her “Journalism in Peril” course last fall. “I was thinking very hard of ways to teach a number of things at the same time,” Priest says. “How do I

Final Four-Wisconsin vs Kentucky

Dienhart's Rapid Reaction: Badgers to play for first title since 1941

What a night. Wisconsin got revenge, halted Kentucky’s potential historic undefeated season, and now is just 40 minutes away from its first NCAA title since 1941. [ MORE: Twitter: Badgers react to win | Video: Fans greet Badgers at hotel ] The Badgers, who lost to the Wildcats in last year’s Final Four, handed No. 1 overall seed its first loss of the season in a 71-64 victory in the national semifinals Saturday night at Lucas Oil Stadium. Get BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart’s rapid reaction to Wisconsin’s win below. The star: Frank Kaminsky continued to be the “man.” It

Final Four-Wisconsin vs Kentucky

Wisconsin downs Kentucky to move on to first national final since 1941

(AP) Nobody ever said they were perfect. Now, the Kentucky Wildcats aren’t undefeated, either. The hard-nosed Wisconsin Badgers did what nobody else could this season – knocking off the Wildcats 71-64 on Saturday night behind 20 points and 11 rebounds from Frank Kaminsky and a clutch comeback down the stretch. Now, instead of Kentucky going for history, it’s Wisconsin heading to the final to play Duke, an 81-61 winner over Michigan State in the earlier – and much less entertaining – semifinal. “It gives us another 40 minutes, I know that,” said Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan, who leads the Badgers

Duke halts Michigan State's 'unbelievable run' in national semis

INDIANAPOLIS — Early on, it seemed, Michigan State couldn’t miss. And, as he’s done so many times this season, junior captain Denzel Valentine was leading the way. [ MORE: Get Tom Dienhart’s Michigan State-Duke reaction ] The Spartans started 5-of-7 from the field, including three Valentine triples, to jump out to a 14-6 lead in the opening 3:41 of Saturday night’s Final Four matchup vs. the No. 1-seeded Duke Blue Devils. But then, in an instant, everything changed. Duke came roaring back behind a suffocating defense and Jahlil Okafor, arguably the most offensively-skilled freshman big man college basketball has seen