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Success Runs Deeper Than All the 3-Pointers

Success Runs Deeper Than All the 3-Pointers

Coach Karl Smesko, who was hired in 2001, has guided Florida Gulf Coast from an N.A.I.A. program to a midmajor Division I behemoth. The Eagles were 27-2 and ranked No. 20 entering Friday's game.

From Thin Ice to Frozen Four: The Unlikely Saga of Minnesota Duluth

From Thin Ice to Frozen Four: The Unlikely Saga of Minnesota Duluth

The Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs celebrating its victory over Air Force on March 24 to win the West Regional final of the N.C.A.A. men’s hockey tournament.

New to U.S., Sisters Help School Return to Dominance in a Flash

New to U.S., Sisters Help School Return to Dominance in a Flash

Elizabeth Cera, right, and her sister, Sujei, third from right, make up the starting backcourt for the Levelland High School girls’ basketball team.

Putting Brotherly Love to the Test

Putting Brotherly Love to the Test

Granit Xhaka, left, playing for the German club Borussia Mönchengladbach in April. He will be in Switzerland’s midfield on Saturday for the team’s first group game, against Albania, in Lens, France.

With Olympics Over, Team Korea Goes Back to Being 2 Countries

With Olympics Over, Team Korea Goes Back to Being 2 Countries

Athletes from North and South Korea marched together on Sunday during the closing ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics. Some waved the blue-and-white flag of a unified peninsula.

Shootout Sunday: Croatia Follows Russia’s Lead and Wins on Penalty Kicks

Shootout Sunday: Croatia Follows Russia’s Lead and Wins on Penalty Kicks

Croatia’s Danijel Subasic saved a penalty kick against Denmark during their World Cup match on Sunday.

The ‘Real Serena’ Emerges and Roars Back at the French Open

The ‘Real Serena’ Emerges and Roars Back at the French Open

Erasing a deficit of a set and a break, Serena Williams roared back to defeated Ash Barty, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4.

France, a World Cup Champion That Stood Above It All in Russia

France, a World Cup Champion That Stood Above It All in Russia

France celebrating with the trophy after winning the World Cup.

Nickelodeon Lines Up With the N.F.L., Confident Children Will Cheer

Nickelodeon Lines Up With the N.F.L., Confident Children Will Cheer

As part of the Super Bowl festivities in Minneapolis, the Nickelodeon cable channel helped the N.F.L. promote its Play 60 campaign, which encourages physical activity for children. Of the N.F.L. sponsors creating a prominent presence for themselves at the Super Bowl, Nickelodeon is by far the largest company that interacts primarily with children.

In New York, Yankees and Mets Take a Snow Day

In New York, Yankees and Mets Take a Snow Day

The Yankees’ home opener against Tampa Bay was rescheduled for Tuesday.

The N.F.L. Still Has a Trump Problem

The N.F.L. Still Has a Trump Problem

Some players knelt during the national anthem before N.F.L. games last season, riling President Trump.

In the Stanley Cup Finals, Alex Ovechkin’s Legacy Continues to Evolve

In the Stanley Cup Finals, Alex Ovechkin’s Legacy Continues to Evolve

Washington Capitals star Alex Ovechkin before Game 1 of the Stanley Cup finals against the Vegas Golden Knights. He had one assist in a 6-4 loss.

Despite Soccer’s Woes, the Artists Played On

Despite Soccer’s Woes, the Artists Played On

From left, Barcelona’s Luis Suárez, Neymar and Lionel Messi. It was a year of transition in style for Barça, but led by the three South Americans, the team won everything in 2015: La Liga, the Copa del Rey, the Champions League and the Club World Cup.

2018 U.S. Open: Players to Watch

2018 U.S. Open: Players to Watch

Stefanos Tsitsipas is one of the players who had a strong summer heading into the U.S. Open.

Dustin Johnson Pulls Away in Round 2 of the U.S. Open

Dustin Johnson Pulls Away in Round 2 of the U.S. Open

Dustin Johnson, the leader after 36 holes, and Tiger Woods on the seventh hole. Woods was one of 14 major winners who missed the cut on Friday.

The N.B.A. Has the Hottest Stove. LeBron James Is the Flame.

The N.B.A. Has the Hottest Stove. LeBron James Is the Flame.

No free-agent move matters more this summer than where Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James, left, pictured with Golden State’s Kevin Durant, chooses to go.


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