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Loyola invited to CBI, headed to George Mason

The Loyola Greyhounds won six more games than they did last year, and that turnaround was rewarded with a bid to the College Basketball Invitational.

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Terps bow out after one game in B1G tournament

Maryland was basically the home team in the Big Ten tournament with a No. 3 seed and double-bye, but Northwestern beat them 72-64 in the quarterfinals.

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Towson declines postseason invite

Towson, which had their third 20-win season in four years, declined an invitation to compete in a postseason tournament.

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Not done yet: Retrievers accept invite to CIT

The Retrievers tremendous turnaround season won’t go without reward. They’ve been selected to host at least on came in the College Insider.com Tournament.

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Bucknell edges Hounds in Patriot League quarters

The Loyola women’s basketball team had top-seeded Bucknell on the ropes in the fourth quarter but the Bison just squeaked by for the 75-72 victory.

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Trimble named first team All-Big Ten

Junior guard Melo Trimble was named to the All-Big Ten team for the second time in three years and 15th Terps ever to be a three-time All-Conference pick.

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Terps win third-straight Big Ten tournament

The Maryland”s reign at the top of the Big Ten continues as they became the only team to win three straight regular season and tournament titles.

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Tigers fall to Charleston in CAA semis, 67-59

Charleston had a key run late in the game to pull away from the Towson men’s basketball team, ending the Tigers run at a CAA title and NCAA tournament bid.

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Retrievers fail to launch in loss to Hawks

Hartford got out to a hot start and never slowed down, while the Retrievers struggles to ever speed up in their 74-40 loss in the AEC tournament.

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Tigers steamroll Huskies in CAA quarterfinals

Towson shot 53.8-percent from the floor in their 82-54 blowout victory against Northeastern in the CAA tournament quarterfinals.

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