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2019 NCAA baseball tournament schedule and results

[ad_1] The 2019 NCAA Division I baseball tournament starts May 31 at campus sites and culminates with the College World Series, which runs from June 15-26 in Omaha, Nebraska. Stay here for all of the latest schedules, scores, news and videos surrounding the tournament.All times ET. Games on ESPN Networks/WatchESPN.Bracket »Regional roundDouble elimination at campus sitesAthens Regional Foley Field, Athens, GeorgiaFriday, May 31Game 1: (3) Florida State vs. (2) Florida
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W2W4 this week: Top teams in action at ICC Cricket World Cup

[ad_1] Ten teams. Forty-eight matches. Forty-six days. The 12th ICC Cricket World Cup is here. The tournament is in the form of a group-stage round-robin (akin to the format followed in the 1992 World Cup), where the 10 teams will play each other once and the top four teams will qualify for the semifinals.Key factsTournament start: ThursdayFinal: July 14Venues: 11 venues in 10 cities in England and WalesTeams: England, Afghanistan,
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Cavs owner Gilbert awake after stroke, CEO says

[ad_1] Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert is "awake, responsive and resting comfortably" after suffering a stroke Sunday, according to a Jay Farner, the CEO of Quicken Loans, the company Gilbert founded and chairs.Farner said Gilbert, 57, felt ill on Sunday and a friend took him to a Detroit-area hospital, where he suffered the stroke.Monday's statement provided an update to Gilbert's condition after a statement Sunday said he had been hospitalized

The Latest: Blues’ Dunn making progress, won’t play Game 1

[ad_1] BOSTON (AP) — The Latest on the Stanley Cup Final (all times local): 9:25 p.m. Two quick goals in the second period of the Stanley Cup Final opener in Boston between the Bruins and the St. Louis Blues. Just 76 seconds after Vladimir Tarasenko gave the Blues a two-goal lead, rookie defenseman Connor Clifton scored to cut the Boston deficit to 2-1. A bad turnover by Boston’s David Pastrnak
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Bettman — NHL to consider expanded video review

[ad_1] 9:11 PM ETEmily KaplanGreg WyshynskiBOSTON -- Commissioner Gary Bettman considers the NHL's current video review system as "a blessing and a curse." There are times when it's a vital mechanism for getting calls on the ice correct. But in the 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs, there have been a dozen instances where controversial plays couldn't be remedied with replay because they fell outside of their scope.Before Game 1 of the

Wolff wins NCAA title and leads Cowboys into match play

[ad_1] FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — Oklahoma State sophomore Matt Wolff closed with a 3-under 69 to win the NCAA title by five shots on Monday and lead the Cowboys to the No. 1 seed going into match play for the team title. Wolff had a two-shot lead going into the final round at Blessings Golf Club and never gave anyone much of a chance. He finished at 10-under 278 to

Bettman says NHL will consider expanding video review

[ad_1] BOSTON (AP) — NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman says the league will consider expanded video review after a couple of high-profile missed calls during the playoffs. During his annual state of the NHL speech prior to Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final, Bettman says general managers will discuss potential expansion of video review at their meeting in June. Bettman says the league is “very” concerned about slowing down games
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U.S. women ready for World Cup after 3-0 win in final tuneup

[ad_1] May 26, 2019Graham CloseGraham Hays covers college sports for espnW, including softball and soccer. Hays began with ESPN in 1999.HARRISON, N.J. -- Sunday had the air of an occasion. There was the pregame roar echoing out of stands full of the fans who gathered outside more than two hours before kickoff. There was a giant U.S. flag that swallowed the field as a World War II veteran played
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Mumford wrestling defies the odds in Detroit

[ad_1] DETROIT -- He stepped off the mat, peeled off his headgear and started wandering away in disbelief. With one slam of the referee's hand on the mat, it was over.Izell "Cage" Sanders wasn't a wrestler anymore.That Sanders was here in the first place, representing his inner city high school in the Michigan state wrestling tournament, was unlikely. He picked up the sport two years ago as a way to