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The Morning Fast Break (August 12, 2016): Pearl Washington set to be honored at upcoming Syracuse-Georgetown game

NCAA Basketball: Syracuse at Georgetown Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

The NBA Announced The 2016-17 Schedule And It’s Good For Marquette Basketball | Anonymous Eagle

Did you like having a Saturday night home game last season? Well, multiple Saturday nights might be in MU’s future.

Stingrays Agree To Terms With NCAA Champion Steven McParland | Live 5 News

McParland, 25, helped Providence College to an NCAA National Championship in 2014-15. With the Friars, he skated in 129 career games, tallying 44 points (14 goals, 30 assists).

Youthful Bluejays seeking a turnaround with flock of 15 freshmen | Omaha World-Herald

Emily Roll surveys the field during Creighton women's soccer team practices and sees freshmen. Lots of freshmen.

Xavier Tops Rio Grande in Exhibition Action, 2-0 | Xavier Musketeers Official Athletic Site

Just one day into preseason, Xavier faced Rio Grande in early exhibition action on Thursday night at Xavier Soccer Complex. The Musketeers were a bit rusty in the first of two 30-minute periods, getting outshot 5-3 by the Red Storm.

At Georgetown, athletic center named after Big John Thompson is open for business | Washington Post

The Georgetown men's basketball team has been able to attract some of the most coveted high school recruits in the country over the past several decades despite dated on-campus facilities.

Marquette Basketball At The 2016 Rio Summer Olympics: 8/10/16 | Anonymous Eagle

Three games, three big wins for the teams with former Golden Eagles on Wednesday.

Pearl Washington will be honored during Syracuse-Georgetown game at the Carrier Dome |

Washington played some of his most memorable games against the Georgetown Hoyas during the Big East's glory days. There will be several tributes to Pearl at the game.

Marquette Soccer Kicks Off The 2016 Season With Fan Fest & Women’s Exhibition | Anonymous Eagle

The Golden Eagles are hosting a free event at Valley Fields on Thursday night with both men’s and women’s soccer teams in action.