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      • US women on ice after possible world championship boycott

        US women on ice after possible world championship boycott

        Thursday, March 30 2017 8:06 PM EDT2017-03-31 00:06:21 GMT
        Thursday, March 30 2017 8:06 PM EDT2017-03-31 00:06:21 GMT
        Meghan Duggan and her U.S. hockey teammates were on the ice practicing, just where they wanted to be, two days after agreeing to a deal that avoided a boycott and a little more than 24 hours before playing rival...More >>
        Meghan Duggan and her U.S. hockey teammates were on the ice practicing, just where they wanted to be, two days after agreeing to a deal that avoided a boycott and a little more than 24 hours before playing rival Canada in the world championship opener.More >>
      • North Carolina hopes 'bathroom bill' deal saves NCAA events

        North Carolina hopes 'bathroom bill' deal saves NCAA events

        Thursday, March 30 2017 7:56 PM EDT2017-03-30 23:56:41 GMT
        Thursday, March 30 2017 7:56 PM EDT2017-03-30 23:56:41 GMT
        North Carolina is bracing for what could be another costly hit from its "bathroom bill" as the NCAA selects four years of championship sites for a variety of sports.More >>
        North Carolina is bracing for what could be another costly hit from its "bathroom bill" as the NCAA selects four years of championship sites for a variety of sports.More >>
      • Emmert: NCAA will decide next week whether to return to NC

        Emmert: NCAA will decide next week whether to return to NC

        Thursday, March 30 2017 7:56 PM EDT2017-03-30 23:56:27 GMT
        Thursday, March 30 2017 7:56 PM EDT2017-03-30 23:56:27 GMT
        NCAA President Mark Emmert says the association's board of governors will decide by next week whether the repeal of North Carolina's so-called "bathroom bill" is enough to bring March Madness and other championship...More >>
        NCAA President Mark Emmert says the association's board of governors will decide by next week whether the repeal of North Carolina's so-called "bathroom bill" is enough to bring March Madness and other championship sporting events back to the state.More >>
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