This Week in the NCAA

01/03/2014

This Week in the NCAA 2012Conference play began in Division I men’s basketball and that means a host of new rivalries are starting to build as teams shift from one conference to another.

Kevin Kugler has more on the ACC debuts of Notre Dame, Syracuse and Pittsburgh, plus the many new schools in Conference USA and the American Athletic Conference, or AAC. He also gives you a rundown of the Big East debuts for Butler, Creighton and Xavier. It’s all on This Week in the NCAA.

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On “This Week in the NCAA,” WestwoodOne’s Kevin Kugler highlights unique stories from around the varied and interesting world of college sports.

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This Week in the NCAA: Nebraska women win volleyball crown

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Kevin Kugler has the details on championship trophies handed out in Division II and Division III football as well as women’s volleyball, which was won by the Cornhuskers of Nebraska playing in their home state in the finals in Omaha. On “This Week in the NCAA,” Westwood One’s Kevin Kugler…
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This Week in the NCAA: Stanford men win soccer title

18 December 2015 Comments are off for this post.
Led by forward Jordan Morris, Stanford defeated Clemson last weekend to capture the school’s first-ever College Cup. Kevin Kugler has more details on This Week in the NCAA. On “This Week in the NCAA,” Westwood One’s Kevin Kugler highlights unique stories from around the varied and interesting world of college sports.
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