THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
5:30 am – Major League Baseball: Seattle vs. Oakland (ESPN).
Noon – Figure skating: World Championships – Women's short program (NBC SPORTS NETWORK).
7 pm – NBA Basketball: Boston at Philadelphia (ESPN).
7 pm – Softball College: Minnesota Florida (SEC NETWORK).
7:30 am – NHL Hockey: Tampa Bay in Washington (NBC SPORTS NETWORK).
9:30 am – NBA Basketball: Toronto to Oklahoma City (ESPN).
10 p.m. – NHL Hockey: Winnipeg in Anaheim (NBC SPORTS NETWORK).
11:30 am – Professional Golf: European PGA Maybank Championship First Round Tour (GOLF).
3:30 – Professional Golf: European PGA Maybank Championship First Round Tour (GOLF).
TV TOURNAMENT PROGRAM
6:30 pm – North Carolina Central vs. North Dakota State
9:00 pm – St. John & # 39; s vs. Arizona State
7 pm – Harvard in Georgetown
9:00 pm – Butler in Nebraska
7 pm – Norfolk State Alabama
9:00 pm – Sam Houston State at TCU
National invitation tournament
Tuesday 19 March
Campbell (20-12) at UNC-Greensboro (28-6), 7 p.m.
Lipscomb (25-7) to Davidson (24-9), 7 p.m.
Hofstra (27-7) in the NC state (22-11), 7 p.
St. Francis (Pa.) (18-14) in Indiana (17-15), 7 p.m.
Wright State (21-13) in Clemson (19-13), 7 p.m.
San Diego (21-14) in Memphis (21-13), 8 pm
Arkansas (17-15) in Providence (18-15), 9 p.m.
South Dakota State (24-8) in Texas (16-16), 21:00
Loyola of Chicago (20-13) in Creighton (18-14), 9 p.m.
Dayton (21-11) in Colorado (21-12), at 11pm
Wednesday 20 March
Wichita State (19-14) to Furman (25-7), 7 p.m.
Harvard (18-11) in Georgetown (19-13), 7 p.m.
Norfolk State (21-13) in Alabama (18-15), 7 p.m.
Toledo (25-7) to Xavier (18-15), 7 p.m.
Sam Houston State (21-11) to TCU (20-13), 9 p.m.
Butler (16-16) at Nebraska (18-16), 9 p.m.
Campbell – UNC-Greensboro winner against Lipscomb-Davidson winner
Winner of Harvard-Georgetown and winner of the Hofstra-NC State
St. Francis winner Pa.) – Indian winner against the winner of the Arkansas-Providence
Wichita State-Furman winner against Wright State-Clemson
Winner of the Norfolk State-Alabama against the winner of Dayton-Colorado
Winner of the Toledo-Xavier against the South Dakota State-Texas winner
Winner of the Houston-TCU state of Sam Houston and winner of the Butler-Nebraska
San Diego-Memphis winner against the winner of the Chicago-Creighton Loyola
Tuesday 26 March or Wednesday 27 March
Campbell – UNC-Greensboro-Lipscomb-Davidson winner against Harvard-Georgetown-Hofstra-NC state winner
St. Francis winner Pa.) – Indiana-Arkansas-Providence winner against Wichita State-Furman-Wright State-Clemson winner
Winner of the Norfolk State-Alabama-Dayton-Colorado against the winner of the Toledo-Xavier-South Dakota State-Texas
Sam Houston State-TCU-Butler-Nebraska winner against San Diego-Memphis-Loyola Chicago-Creighton winner
At Madison Square Garden
Tuesday 2 April
Game 1, 7 pm
Match 2: 9:30
At Madison Square Garden
Thursday 4 April
Semifinal winners, 7 p.m.
Sumter in Hartsville, 6:30 pm
Camden Military in Crestwood, 6.00pm
Lakewood at Camden, 6:30 pm
Buford to Lee Central, 6 p.m.
Varsity and JV Baseball
Trinity-Byrnes to Laurence Manning, 16:00
Junior Varsity Baseball
Manning at Lakewood, 6:00 pm
East Clarendon in Latta, at 6.00pm
B Team Baseball
Darlington in East Clarendon (DH), 5.30pm
Orangeburg Prep at Wilson Hall, at 17:00
Williamsburg to Robert E. Lee, 6 p.m.
Varsity Boys Golf
Sumter in West Florence (at Traces Golf Club), TBA
Laurence Manning in Camden Military, at 17:00
Varsity Boys and Girls Soccer
Darlington to Lakewood, 6:00 pm
Junior Varsity Boys Soccer
Wilson Hall at Pee Dee, 6 p.m.
Lee Central in Buford (DH), at 17:00
Pee Dee to Laurence Manning, 4:30 pm
Varsity and JV Softball
Crestwood in Sumter, 5.30pm
Junior Varsity Softball
East Clarendon in Latta, at 6.00pm
Varsity Boys Tennis
Wilson Hall in Camden Military, 16:00
Varsity Track and Field
Wilson Hall, Laurence Manning, Thomas Sumter at the Orangeburg Prep, 3:45 pm
x-clinched playoff spot
Cleveland 126, Detroit 119
Utah 116, Washington 95
Denver 114, Boston 105
Toronto 128, New York 92
Miami 116, Oklahoma City 107
San Antonio 111, Golden State 105
New Orleans 129, Dallas 125, OT
Chicago 116, Phoenix 101
Portland 106, Indiana 98
Philadelphia to Charlotte, 7 p.m.
Houston in Atlanta, at 7.30pm
Golden State in Minnesota, 8 pm
L. Lakers in Milwaukee, 8 pm
Brooklyn in Sacramento, 10 p.m.
Indiana to L.A. Clippers, 10:30 pm
Boston in Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Milwaukee in Cleveland, at seven in the afternoon
New Orleans in Orlando, 7 p.m.
Utah to New York, 7:30
Houston in Memphis, 8 pm
Washington in Chicago, 8 pm
Miami to San Antonio, 8:30 pm
Toronto to Oklahoma City, 9:30 pm
Dallas to Portland, 10 p.m.
Denver to Washington, 7 p.m.
Minnesota in Charlotte, 7 p.m.
Utah to Atlanta, 7:30
Dallas to Sacramento, 10 p.m.
Detroit in Phoenix, 10 p.m.
Indiana at Golden State, at 10:30
Memphis in Orlando, at seven in the afternoon
Denver to New York, 7:30 pm
Clippers of L.A. in Cleveland, 7:30 pm
Oklahoma City in Toronto, 7:30 pm
San Antonio in Houston, 8 pm
Miami to Milwaukee, 8:30 pm
Brooklyn to the Los Angeles Lakers, at 10:30
Pittsburgh 3, Detroit 1
N. Y. Yankees 6, Tampa Bay 2
Washington 3, Atlanta 2
Toronto in Boston, canceled
N. Y. Mets in Miami, canceled
Minnesota in Baltimore, canceled
Philadelphia in Houston, canceled
Chicago Cubs 6, Seattle 4
Texas vs Milwaukee in Phoenix, 4:05 pm
Chicago White Sox vs. Cincinnati in Goodyear, Arizona, 9:05
Chicago Cubs (ss) vs. Kansas City in Surprise, Arizona, 9:05
Colorado vs L.A. Angels in Tempe, Arizona, 9:10 pm
San Diego vs. Arizona in Scottsdale, Arizona, 9:40 pm
Cleveland Vs. THERE. Dodgers in Glendale, Arizona, at 10.05am
Pittsburgh vs. Minnesota in Fort Myers, Florida, 1:05
Detroit vs. Philadelphia in Clearwater, Florida, 1:05
N. Y. Yankees against Houston in West Palm Beach, Florida, 1:05
Miami vs St. Louis to Jupiter, Florida, 1:05
Atlanta vs. Toronto in Dunedin, Florida, at 1:07
Cincinnati vs. Texas in Surprise, Arizona, 4:05
Arizona vs. Chicago White Sox in Glendale, Arizona, 4:05
Milwaukee vs San Diego in Peoria, Arizona, 4:10 pm
Boston vs Baltimore in Sarasota, Florida, 6:05 pm
THERE. Angels vs. Cleveland (ss) in Goodyear, Arizona, 9:05
Kansas City vs. Colorado in Scottsdale, Arizona, 9:40 pm
Cleveland (ss) vs San Francisco in Scottsdale, Arizona, 10.05am
THERE. Dodgers Vs. Chicago Cubs in Mesa, Arizona, at 10.05am
Atlanta vs Tampa Bay (ss) in Port Charlotte, Florida, 1:05
Houston vs. Detroit in Lakeland, Florida, 1:05
N. Y. Yankees against St. Louis (ss) to Jupiter, Florida, 1:05
Toronto vs Philadelphia in Clearwater, Florida, 1:05
Baltimore vs. Pittsburgh in Bradenton, Florida, at 1:05
Miami vs N.Y. Mets in Port St. Lucie, Fla., 1:10 pm
Kansas City vs. Cincinnati (ss) in Goodyear, Arizona, 4:05 pm
San Francisco vs. Chicago Cubs in Mesa, Arizona, 4:05 pm
Cleveland Vs. Texas (ss) in Surprise, Arizona, 4:05
Texas (ss) vs. Chicago White Sox in Glendale, Arizona, 4:05 pm
THERE. Dodgers against Milwaukee in Phoenix, 4:05 pm
Texas vs. Chicago White Sox in Glendale, Arizona, 4:05 pm
THERE. Angels vs. Arizona in Scottsdale, Arizona, 4:10 pm
Tampa Bay (ss) vs Boston at, 6:05 pm
Tampa Bay vs. Boston in Fort Myers, Florida, 6:05 pm
St. Louis (ss) vs. Washington, 6:35 pm
St. Louis vs. Washington in West Palm Beach, Florida, 6:35 pm
Cincinnati (ss) vs Seattle at, 21:40
Cincinnati vs. Seattle in Peoria, Arizona, 9:40 pm
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NOTE: two points for a victory, a point for the loss of overtime. The top three teams in each division and two wild cards for each conference advance to the playoffs.
x-clinched playoff spot
Tampa Bay 4, Arizona 1
Vancouver 3, Chicago 2, OT
Vegas 7, San Jose 3
Winnipeg 3, Los Angeles 2
Pittsburgh in Carolina, at seven in the afternoon
Montreal to Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Detroit at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m.
Boston vs N.Y. Islanders at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, 7 p.m.
Washington to New Jersey, 7:30 pm
Colorado to Minnesota, 8 pm
Edmonton in St. Louis, 8 pm
Toronto in Nashville, 8 pm
Florida to Dallas, 8:30 pm
Columbus in Calgary, 9 p.m.
Toronto at Buffalo, 7 p.m.
Tampa Bay in Washington, 7:30 pm
Ottawa in Vancouver, 10 p.m.
Winnipeg in Anaheim, at 10pm
Tampa Bay at Carolina, 7 p.m.
Boston to New Jersey, 7 p.m.
Arizona in Florida, 7 p.m.
N. Y. Islanders in Montreal, 7:30 pm
Detroit in St. Louis, 8 pm
Pittsburgh in Nashville, 8 pm
Colorado to Dallas, 8:30 pm
Philadelphia to Chicago, 8:30 pm
Colombo in Edmonton, 9 p.m.
Ottawa in Calgary, 9 p.m.
Winnipeg in Las Vegas, at 10pm
San Jose in Los Angeles, at 10:30
Minnesota in Washington, 7 p.m.
San José in Anaheim, 10 p.m.
Major League Baseball
MLB – Appointed Bill Bavasi Director of Operations for the Arizona Fall League.
CLEVELAND INDIANS – Signed Carlos Gonzalez in a minor league contract.
HOUSTON ASTROS – Optioned by Derek Fisher and Myles Straw, and LHP Cionel Perez. Relocated by Yordan Alvarez, LHP Kent Emanuel, RHP Brendan McCurry; and INF Mayfield, Nick Tanielu and Abraham Toro in their minor league camp.
KANSAS CITY ROYALS – RHP Option Glenn Sparkman and OFs Jorge Bonifacio and Brett Phillips to Omaha (PCL). Relocated LHP Richard Lovelady; RHPs Zach Lovvorn and Drew Storen; C Xavier Fernandez; INF Jecksson Flores and Nicky Lopez and OFs Elier Hernandez and Bubba Starling in their minor league field.
NEW YORK YANKEES – Agreed with LHP Gio Gonzalez on a minor league contract.
SEATTLE MARINATORS – Selected by Ichiro Suzuki of Tacoma (PCL). They placed RHP Shawn Armstrong, Gerson Bautista, Anthony Swarzak, Sam Tuivailala and INF Kyle Seager in IL. Re-assigned LHP Tommy Milone and C Jose Lobaton to their minor league field.
RANGERS DEL TEXAS – Option C Jose Trevino in Nashville (PCL).
SAN FRANCISCO GIGANTI – Optional RHP Tyler Beede and Ray Black to their minor league field.
LONG ISLAND DUCK – Signed by Kirk Nieuwenhuis.
National Basket Association
ATLANTA HAWKS – Signed F Deyonta Davis for a 10-day contract.
MILWAUKEE BUCKS – Signed by G Tim Frazier.
NBA G League
KNOW OF WESTCHESTER – Acquisition of G Kethan Savage from the pool of available players.
National football championship
CAROLINA PANTHERS – Signed LB / DE Bruce Irvin to a one-year contract.
CLEVELAND BROWNS – Re-signed DB Phillip Gaines.
DETROIT LIONS – Signed WR Tommylee Lewis.
COLPE DELL & # 39; INDIANAPOLIS – LS Luke Rhodes announced it has signed its tender for the tender.
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS – Signed LB Jake Ryan.
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS – Signed CB Bashaud Breeland.
LOS ANGELES RAMS – Agreed with Blake Bortles QB for a one-year contract.
MINNESOTA VIKINGS – Signed K Dan Bailey.
NEW PATRIOTTI OF ENGLAND – Re-signed WR Phillip Dorsett
NEW YORK GIANTS – Re-signed LS Zak DeOssie, WR Bennie Fowler and DB Tony Lippett.
PITTSBURGH STEELERS – Signed LB Mark Barron on a two-year contract.
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS – Named Dustin Little athletic trainer. RB Raheem Mostert re-signed with a three-year contract and signed P Justin Vogel with a one-year contract.
HOUSTON TEXANS – Signed TE Darren Fells.
WASHINGTON REDSKINS – Signed WR Brian Quick. Re-signed G Zac Kerin.
Canadian soccer championship
EDMONTON ESKIMOS – Signed DL Mic & # 39; hael Brooks.
WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS – Signed WR Kenneth Walker.
Major League Soccer
DC UNITED – Signed F Griffin Yow.
United States Football Federation
USSF – Appointed coach Jason Kreis of the US men's U23 national team.
SUN BELT CONFERENCE – Appointment of Commissioner Keith Gill.
ARKANSAS – Announced F Daniel Gafford will enter the NBA draft and will not play in the NIT.
MISSISSIPPI – Agreed with the Kermit Davis men's basketball coach with a four-year contract.
SAINT JOSEPH & # 39; S – Fired male basketball coach Phil Martelli.