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DePaul AD Lenti Ponsetto retiring after 18 years

DePaul athletic director Jean Lenti Ponsetto announced Friday that she will retire later this year after serving in the role for 18 years.

Oklahoma State hit with one-year postseason ban

The NCAA handed a one-year postseason ban to the Oklahoma State men's basketball program Friday over a former coach's role in a far-reaching bribery scandal.

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Former players say Texas State coach made racist remarks

Two former players say Texas State men's basketball coach Danny Kaspar directed racist remarks toward members of the team.

Williamson granted stay in improper-benefits case

New Orleans Pelicans rookie Zion Williamson won a temporary reprieve Thursday night when a Florida appeals court granted the former Duke star a stay from having to answer questions regarding an improper-benefits case.

Memphis assistant Miller to step aside

Memphis assistant coach Mike Miller announced on social media Wednesday that he will step aside from his duties in order to put a greater focus on his family.

Judge rules Williamson must answer Duke eligibility questions

New Orleans Pelicans star Zion Williamson must answer questions under oath regarding his eligibility to play for Duke during the 2018-19 season, a Florida state judge ruled in Miami on Tuesday.

Clemson F Simms withdraws from NBA draft

Clemson forward Aamir Simms announced Monday that he has withdrawn from the NBA Draft and will return to the school for his senior season.

Louisville assistant Fennell reportedly arrested at city's protests

Louisville men's basketball director of operations Kahil Fennell was arrested Saturday night for unlawful assembly during protests in the city, the Louisville Courier Journal reported Sunday.

NC Central's Moton irked by silence of white coaches

North Carolina Central men's basketball coach LeVelle Moton is speaking out on the perceived silence of white Power Five basketball and football coaches in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd.

Report: Florida G Nembhard looking to transfer

Florida guard Andrew Nembhard will withdraw from the 2020 NBA Draft and enter the NCAA transfer portal, Stadium's Jeff Goodman reported Saturday.

Ohio State F Towns detained at Columbus protests

One day after graduating from Harvard, Ohio State forward Seth Towns was reportedly detained by Columbus police Friday during a protest over the death of George Floyd.

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Terry returns to Arizona as assistant coach

Former NCAA and NBA champion Jason Terry is returning to Arizona as an assistant coach.

Georgetown's McClung headed to Texas Tech

Former Georgetown guard Mac McClung made it official Wednesday, announcing via Twitter that he will transfer to Texas Tech.

Reports: Virgina Tech F Horne transferring to Georgia

Forward P.J. Horne, who entered the NCAA transfer portal earlier this week, is moving on to Georgia, according to multiple reports on Wednesday.

ASU's Hurley, AD at odds over harassment claims

Arizona State head coach Bobby Hurley has questioned athletic director Ray Anderson's actions handling harassment claims against a booster in December.

Top recruit Cisse now eligible in 2020

Moussa Cisse is close to securing a high school diploma and reclassifying to the college basketball recruiting class of 2020.

Reports: St. John's F Figueroa planning to transfer

St. John's forward LJ Figueroa has entered the NCAA transfer portal, multiple outlets reported Tuesday.

Maryland G Smith enters transfer portal

Maryland guard Serrel Smith entered the NCAA transfer portal, the university announced Tuesday.

Ewing 'getting better' in battle with coronavirus

Georgetown men's basketball coach and Hall of Famer Patrick Ewing is recovering at home and "getting better" in his battle with the coronavirus, his son said Monday.

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