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Postcard from Tampa: Women’s Final Four needs more coverage

The women’s Final Four in Tampa Bay was a weekend full of intense basketball that saw the team widely considered the best in the country, Baylor, walk away as national champions. All three games over the weekend were full of exhilarating moments, comebacks and heartbreaks. Throughout the weekend, one thing stood out to me more […]

Napheesa Collier and Katie Lou Samuelson left a UConn legacy that isn’t going anywhere

By Aidan Wilkins | @AidanJWilkins

Sports Capital Journalism Program

April 6th, 2019 | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Category: 2019 NCAA Women's Basketball Final Four, Student Work | Leave a comment

Postcard from San Antonio: In Search of Answers, Including My Own

My week in San Antonio could not have gone any faster. It seems like just yesterday I arrived in the Alamo city, a serene town that was still days away from being the center of the basketball universe.

I awoke Tuesday morning, hardly able to believe that just the night before I had reported on […]

Two Predictions, One Expected Result

IUPUI students will cover the NCAA men’s basketball championship game for a seventh consecutive year, longer than any sports journalism program in the nation. Aidan Wilkins and Mike Williams made their picks for the last night of the college basketball season.

The Villanova Wildcats will be national champions on Monday night. Fresh off hitting a […]

Villanova’s Eric Paschall is busy capitalizing on the second stop of his college basketball career

Editor’s note: Sports Capital Journalism Program student Aidan Wilkins, writing for NCAA.com, explains how Eric Paschall is making the most of his second stop in college basketball.

https://www.ncaa.com/news/basketball-men/article/2018-04-02/villanovas-eric-paschall-busy-capitalizing-second-stop-his