Larry Nance Jr. is following in his famous father's footsteps. But he's also making a name for himself at Wyoming, one of only four unbeaten teams remaining in college hoops.
Dau Jok left war-torn Sudan for the United States as a boy. He'll return to his homeland bringing with him a message of hope and peace.
No place has felt the effect of the coaching carousel more than the New York/New Jersey area. Few area coaches are left in their original jobs after a tumultuous offseason.
The string of bad news and horrific decision-making that landed Binghamton on the front pages still lingers. But the Bearcats are trying to move on from the turmoil that has engulfed the program.
In a country where the popularity of basketball is exploding, Pepe Sanchez is a hero. Thanks to an assist, fellow Argentinean Juan Fernandez is following in his footsteps at Temple.
As the popularity of basketball grows in Latin America, so does the Hispanic influence on U.S. college hoops.
Scott Cherry might have blue blood roots, but his rise from forklift salesman to Division I head coach is a classic blue-collar story.
IUPUI's Ron Hunter, his players and staff trekked to Peru on a 12-day mission to hand out 3,000 shoes. But they returned to the U.S. with a newfound appreciation and perspective from the "life-changing" experience, writes Dana O'Neil.