College Basketball

Massachusetts still owns ties to NCAA tournament, though no teams involved

Posted On: Mar 14, 2018   |   Posted By: Boston Herald

Three straight years, no teams from Massachusetts in the NCAA tournament. But that doesn't mean the Bay State isn't being represented in the Big Dance. The list isn't long, but there are some local connections in this year's tournament. Providence and Rhode Island are the only New England teams in the field, so when you're not watching the Friars and Rams, here are some players to keep an eye on from the area.

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