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throwballnews post schedule 2022-2023 (July 2022-June 2023) *TENTATIVE*


June 25
2022 High School Throwball Off-Season Regionals: Bracket Revealed (11 AM CT)

July 1
Everything you need to know about college throwball invitationals, challenges for 2022-2023 season (2 PM CT)

July 12
2022 High School Throwball Off-Season Regionals: July 12 Bracket Update (11 AM CT)

July 13
2022 High School Throwball Off-Season Regionals: July 13 Bracket Update (11 AM CT)

July 14
2022 High School Throwball Off-Season Regionals: July 14 Bracket Update (11 AM CT)

July 16
2022 High School Throwball Off-Season Regionals: July 16 Bracket Update (11 AM CT)

July 17
2022 High School Throwball Off-Season Regionals: July 17 Bracket Update (11 AM CT)

July 18
2022 High School Throwball Off-Season Regionals: July 18 Bracket Update (11 AM CT)

July 21
2022 High School Throwball Off-Season Regionals: July 21 Bracket Update (11 AM CT)

July 22
2022 High School Throwball Off-Season Regionals: July 22 Bracket Update (11 AM CT)

July 23
2022 High School Throwball Off-Season Regionals: July 23 Bracket Update (11 AM CT)

July 25
2022 High School Throwball Off-Season Regionals: July 25 Bracket Update (11 AM CT)

July 26
2022 High School Throwball Off-Season Regionals: July 26 Bracket Update (11 AM CT)
2026 TN 10: The first 2026 rankings (11 AM CT)

July 27
2022 High School Throwball Off-Season Regionals: July 26 Bracket Update (Champion to be announced later in day) (11 AM CT)

October 31
TN Pre-Season Top 25 College Throwball rankings for 2022-2023 (11 AM CT)

November 1
2023 TN Bracketology 1.0: Pre-Season Mock Bracket (11 AM CT)

December 22
2023 TN 100: Who signed during the early signing period (11 AM CT)

March 12
2023 NCAA T-Division Men’s College Throwball Tournament Selection Sunday (5 PM CT)

March 11
2023 Transfer Rankings (11 AM CT)

April 4
2023 NCAA T-Division Men’s College Throwball Tournament: Champion, full bracket (11 AM CT)

April 6
College Throwball 2023: Every coaching change (11 AM CT)

April 17
2023 TN 100: Who signed during the traditional period (5 PM CT)

April 18
2022 Class Rankings: Where the squads stack up (5 PM CT)

May 6
Everything being changed at 2022 TN Spring Meetings (11 AM CT)

June 10
BBH: The creation (and history) of throwball (11 AM CT)

June 23
2023 NTBL Draft (5 PM CT)


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Former USC guard Finley commits to rival UCLA

Two year USC guard De’Angelo Finley announced his decision to transfer across Los Angeles to Pac-12 arch rival UCLA. He also visited Kansas, Michigan, Oklahoma State, and Texas A&M. Finley has two more years of eligibility and adds a potential starter and depth to UCLA head coach Rob Fillion’s guard room.

LSU goalie signee John Houston, a 2022 five-star recruit, has announced his decision to transfer to Texas Tech over Texas A&M. Houston was also recruited by Kansas following his decision to transfer from LSU.

Former UCLA goalie Colton Wells has decided to transfer to Florida State. Wells chose the Seminoles over BYU, Gonzaga, and Texas A&M.

Transfer guard CJ Cameron, the top available transfer per the TN rankings, announced that he is down to a return to Dayton, Kansas, and Michigan. Cameron, a Tampa, Florida native, eliminated Auburn and Arizona State from his options. He has one year of eligibility left and will make his final decision 0n June 11.

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North Carolina promotes Andy Lee to head coach

North Carolina has promoted offensive coordinator Andy Lee to be its next head coach. Lee replaces legendary coach Rod Williams, who won two national championships and seventeen consecutive ACC regular season championships. Lee, at the age of 38, has been on staff in Chapel Hill since he retired from pro throwball in 2015.

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Arkansas wing Helmbrecht to enter portal, consider return

Arkansas wing Andre Helmbrecht will look at his transfer options. Helmbrecht will visit Texas, Texas A&M, and will also consider a return to Fayetteville. According to TN Arkansas, the return to Fayetteville is highly probable and he has a single year of eligibility remaining.

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Georgia names Tennessee OC Jack McDaniels new coach

Georgia announced Tennessee offensive coordinator Jack McDaniels as its next head coach. McDaniels led one of the most successful offenses in the country as Tennessee’s offensive coordinator the last two seasons. The perceived top head coaching candidate entering the off-season played throwball at Arkansas, joined Fred Jackson’s Texas coaching staff when he was hired in 2017, and then returned to the SEC when he was hired during the pandemic by then new Tennessee coach Andy Fillion. McDaniels replaces Chris Wilson and Tennessee is expected to replace McDaniels within the program.

Iowa State named Iowa associate head coach Jake Jones as its next head coach. Iowa’s defensive coordinator had the Big Ten’s best defense four out of his six years in Iowa City.

West Virginia has announced the NTBL’s Charleston Hornets staffer Chris Walker its next head coach. Walker played his college throwball at West Virginia and was on staff from 2011-2014 before taking jobs in the NTBL.

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Alabama’s Evans, FGCU’s Tate, Memphis’ Westcock enter portal

Alabama Forward Damion Evans announced he would be spending his sixth year of college eligibility elsewhere. He announced he would be taking visits to Duke, LSU, Oklahoma, Syracuse, and UCLA. He spent two years at Alabama following his transfer from OKC Community College.

FGCU Forward Rashaun Tate announced he entered the transfer portal. The 6’9 forward is pursuing visits to Little Rock, NC State, Oregon, Syracuse, Tennessee, and Texas Tech. He has one season before he graduates.

Memphis guard Landry Westcock has announced he will spend his fourth year of college elsewhere. The 6’5 guard will also keep his name in the 2022 draft while also looking at Atlanta, Michigan State, NC State, Ohio State, and Virginia Tech to transfer to. His older brother Mitchell went and played for NC State a few years ago and his younger brother Devin attends NC State and plays for the Wolfpack now.

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2022 NCAA T-Division Men’s College Throwball Tournament Updated Bracket

First Four

March 15
12.Northern Arkansas
12.Clemson
6 PM ET, TNU

12.Vanderbilt
12.Huff College
8 PM ET, TNU

March 16
16.Colgate
16.Northeastern
6 PM ET, TNU

16.Illinois State
16.Louisiana-Lafayette
8 PM ET, TNU

Round of 64

South (Memphis)

New Orleans (March 18, 20)
1.Arkansas
16.Wagner

8.Stanford
9.Little Rock

Albany (March 17, 19)
4.Duke
13.Villanova

5.Atlanta
12.Clemson

Cleveland (March 18, 20)
6.Tennessee
11.Dayton

3.Louisville
14.Northern Kentucky

Indianapolis (March 17, 19)
7.Kansas
10.Ole Miss

2.Wisconsin
15.Toledo

East (Newark)

Atlanta (March 17, 19)
1.Wake Forest
16.Boston University

8.UCLA
9.Miami

Albany (March 17, 19)
4.Auburn
13.Iona

5.Syracuse
12.Vanderbilt

Washington DC (March 17, 19)
6.Virginia Tech
11.Charlotte State

3.LSU
14.High Point

Denver (March 18, 20)
7.NC State
10.Northwestern

2.Arizona State
15.Northern Iowa

Midwest (Detroit)

Cleveland (March 18, 20)
1.Michigan State
16.Colgate

8.Kansas State
9.California

Washington DC (March 17, 19)
4.Ohio State
13.Central Arkansas

5.Florida
12.Florida State

Indianapolis (March 17, 19)
6.Michigan-Spring Lake
11.Florida Atlantic

3.Missouri
14.Stephen F. Austin

Denver (March 18, 20)
7.Mississippi State
10.Dallas

2.USC
15.Harvard

West (Anaheim)

Seattle (March 18, 20)
1.Oregon
16.Illinois State

8.FGCU
9.Texas

Seattle (March 18, 20)
4.Iowa
13.Gonzaga

5.Naples
12.Nebraska

New Orleans (March 18, 20)
6.Memphis
11.Arkansas State

3.Texas A&M
14.Richmond

Atlanta (March 17, 19)
7.Colorado
10.Virginia State

2.North Carolina
15.Alabama State

Round of 32

South (Memphis)

New Orleans (March 20)
1.Arkansas
9.Little Rock

Albany (March 19)
4.Duke
12.Clemson

Cleveland (March 20)
3.Louisville
11.Dayton

Indianapolis (March 19)
2.Wisconsin
7.Kansas

East (Newark)

Atlanta (March 19)
1.Wake Forest
8.UCLA

Albany (March 19)
4.Auburn
5.Syracuse

Washington DC (March 19)
3.LSU
6.Virginia Tech

Denver (March 20)
2.Arizona State
7.NC State

Midwest (Detroit)

Cleveland (March 20)
1.Michigan State
9.California

Washington DC (March 19)
4.Ohio State
5.Florida

Indianapolis (March 19)
3.Missouri
6.Michigan-Spring Lake

Denver (March 20)
2.USC
7.Mississippi State

West (Anaheim)

Seattle (March 20)
1.Oregon
8.FGCU

5.Naples
13.Gonzaga

New Orleans (March 20)
3.Texas A&M
6.Memphis

Atlanta (March 19)
2.North Carolina
7.Colorado

Sweet 16

South (Memphis)

Memphis (March 24)
1.Arkansas
4.Duke

2.Wisconsin
3.Louisville

East (Newark)

Newark (March 25)
4.Auburn
8.UCLA

3.LSU
7.NC State

Midwest (Detroit)

Detroit (March 25)
1.Michigan State
5.Florida

2.USC
3.Missouri

West (Anaheim)

Anaheim (March 24)
1.Oregon
5.Naples

2.North Carolina
3.Texas A&M

Elite 8

South (Memphis)

Memphis (March 26)
1.Arkansas
2.Wisconsin

East (Newark)

Newark (March 27)
3.LSU
8.UCLA

Midwest (Detroit)

Detroit (March 27)
1.Michigan State
3.Missouri

West (Anaheim)

Anaheim (March 26)
2.North Carolina
5.Naples

Final Four, National Championship (Portland)

April 2
1.Arkansas
3.LSU

1.Michigan State
2.North Carolina

April 4
TBD
TBD

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Breaking: AGCU’s Josh Wells among coaches fired in East Valley, GBU’s Slusher retires

Rivals Alabama Gulf Coast and Fort Lauderdale both fired their coaches this week.

AGCU announced the firing of head coach Josh Wells. Wells spent almost seven full seasons in Orange Beach and only lead the Bears to a single Sweet 16 appearance.

Fort Lauderdale fired head coach Devin Rankin after seven seasons. His teams never made it past the Sweet 16.

Georgia Baptist head coach Jim Slusher announced his intentions to step down and retire. Slusher, one of the most successful head coaches of all-time, is the eighth winningest coach in the history of college throwball.

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Georgia fires head coach Chris Wilson

Despite many successful seasons in Athens, Georgia announced the firing of head coach Chris Wilson. Wilson led the Bulldogs to many tournament appearances late into the event, including an Elite 8 run in 2017.

The Alabama Athletic Department announced that it will not extend head coach Chris Plemons’ contract. The former Arkansas defensive coordinator will be entering his final season of his contract in 2022-2023.

Iowa State will move on from interim coach Andy Moore. Moore will head back to his defensive coordinator position and the Cyclones will conduct a full coaching search.

West Virginia has announced the firing of head coach Josh Wallace. Wallace never made it past round 1 at the NCAA Tournament. He spent his playing days at VCU before retiring from throwball, taking a grad assistant job at Virginia Tech before heading to take the forwards coach role at West Virginia. He was promoted over time to head coach and spent nine years overall with the program.

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2024 TN 25: Updated sophomore rankings

1.Jaxon Goodwin (1SF) Spring Lake,MI (IMG) Undecided 
2.Christian Wells Jr. (1SG) Dallas,TX (Memorial ) Undecided
3.Carter Huff Jr. (2SF) Little Rock,AR (Episcopal) Undecided
4.James Randle (1PF) La Porte,IN (La Lumiere) Undecided
5.Julius Jackson (2PF) Orlando,FL (Montverde) Undecided
6.Kevin White (1PG) Louisville,KY (Louisville Catholic) Undecided
7.Sean Johnson (3SF) Phoenix,AZ (Hillcrest Prep) Undecided
8.Dillon Powell (2PG) Portland,OR (Hillcrest Prep) Undecided
9.Raymond Michael (2SG) Dallas,TX (Highland Park) Undecided
10.Vince Wilson (3SG) New York,NY (Oak Hill) Undecided
11.James Williams (4SF) Bel Aire,KS (Sunrise Christian) Undecided
12.Kellen Wright (3PF) Los Angeles,CA (LA Prep) Undecided
13.Kelvin Thompson (5SF) Dallas,TX (Highland Park) Undecided
14.Julius Wilson (6SF) Syracuse,NY (Southern New York) Undecided
15.Ed Nelson (1C) Brooklyn,NY (Oak Hill) Undecided
16.Jack Schuhmacher Jr. (4SG) Little Rock,AR (Episcopal) Undecided
17.Andrew Jones Jr. (7SF) Little Rock,AR (Episcopal) Undecided
18.Gunnar Williams (3SG) Houston,TX (Manvel) Undecided
19.Chris Porter (8SF) Seattle,WA (Nathan Hale) Undecided
20.Benny Lewis (3PG) Naples,FL (Naples) Undecided
21.Victor Hall (4PF) Dallas,TX (Bishop Dunne) Undecided
22.Neal Simpson (4PG) Harrisburg,PA (Brewster Academy)
23.Greg Preibe (1Goalie) Los Angeles,CA (LA Prep)
24.Anthony Andrews (5PG) Boston,MA (Boston Christian) Undecided
25.Oliver Crank Jr. (4PF) Little Rock,AR (Episcopal) Undecided
26.Jontay Lee (2Goalie) Seattle,WA (Seattle West) Undecided

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2022 NIT Men’s College Throwball Bracket Reveal

Region 1

Nashville (March 15)
1.Nashville State
8.Texarkana (AR)

Provo (March 15)
4.BYU
5.Delaware

Storrs (March 16)
3.Connecticut
6.Kentucky

West Lafayette (March 16)
2.Purdue
7.Oregon State

Region 4

Fort Worth (March 16)
1.TCU
8.Georgetown

Canton (March 16)
4.Canton Baptist
5.Texas Tech

Denver (March 15)
3.Denver
6.Michigan

Houston (March 15)
2.Houston
7.Washington

Region 2

Norman (March 16)
1.Oklahoma
8.Creighton

Chicago (March 16)
4.DePaul
5.Boulder State

Moraga (March 15)
3.Saint Mary’s
6.Marquette

College Park (March 15)
2.Maryland
7.Jones College

Region 3

Syracuse (March 15)
1.Southern New York
8.Arizona

Wichita (March 15)
4.Wichita State
5.Alabama

State College (March 16)
3.Penn State
6.Virginia

Miami (March 16)
2.Florida International
7.Ouachita Baptist




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2022 College Throwball: March 11 Conference Tournament Bracket Update

ACA (Syracuse, NY; March 9-13)
1.(25) Michigan-Spring Lake 28-5 (17-3)
2.Dayton 23-9 (15-5)
3.Southern New York 21-11 (13-7)
4.Connecticut 20-12 (13-7)
5.Canton Baptist 20-12 (12-8)
6.Delaware 20-12 (12-8)
7.UNC-Wilmington 19-11 (10-10)
8.Norfolk 19-11 (10-10)
9.John’s Hopkins 19-11 (10-10)
10.Washington DC 17-13 (9-11)
11.Eastern Indiana 17-13 (9-11)
12.Asheville 16-14 (9-11)
13.Black Mountain 14-16 (7-13)
14.UNC-Greensboro 14-16 (5-15)

March 9
11.Eastern Indiana
14.UNC-Greensboro
4 PM ET, Rivals

12.Asheville
13.Black Mountain
8 PM ET, Rivals

March 10
8.Norfolk
9.John’s Hopkins
2 PM ET, Rivals

5.Canton Baptist
12.Asheville
4 PM ET, Rivals

6.Delaware
11.Eastern Indiana
6 PM ET, Rivals

7.UNC-Wilmington
10.Washington DC
8 PM ET, Rivals

March 11
1.Michigan-Spring Lake
9.John’s Hopkins
2 PM ET, Rivals

4.Connecticut
5.Canton Baptist
4 PM ET, Rivals

2.Dayton
10.Washington DC
6 PM ET, Rivals

3.Southern New York
11.Eastern Indiana
8 PM ET, Rivals

March 12
Semifinal #1
4 PM ET, Rivals

Semifinal #2
8 PM ET, Rivals

March 13
Final
4 PM ET, Rivals

ACC (Greensboro,NC; March 8-12)
1.(6) Wake Forest 29-2 (18-2)
2.(8) North Carolina 27-3 (18-2)
3.(12) Louisville 28-4 (17-3)
4.(14) Duke 25-6 (16-4)
5.(20) Syracuse 23-7 (14-6)
6.(24) Virginia Tech 25-7 (14-6)
7.Miami 23-9 (13-7)
8.NC State 24-7 (13-7)
9.Florida State 21-12 (11-9)
10.Clemson 20-13 (10-10)
11.Virginia 20-13 (10-10)
12.Notre Dame 19-15 (8-12)
13.Georgia Tech 17-16 (6-14)
14.Pittsburgh 16-17 (6-14)
15.Boston College 9-22 (4-16)

March 8
12.Notre Dame
13.Georgia Tech
4 PM ET, TNACC

10.Clemson
15.Boston College
6 PM ET, TNACC

11.Virginia
14.Pittsburgh
8 PM ET, TNACC

March 9
8.NC State
9.Florida State
12 PM ET, TNACC

5.Syracuse
12.Notre Dame
2 PM ET, TNACC

7.Miami
10.Clemson
6 PM ET, TNACC

6.Virginia Tech
11.Virginia
8 PM ET, TNACC

March 10
1.Wake Forest
8.NC State
12 PM ET, TNACC

4.Duke
5.Syracuse
2 PM ET, TNACC

2.North Carolina
10.Clemson
6 PM ET, TNACC

3.Louisville
6.Virginia Tech
8 PM ET, TNACC

March 11
1.Wake Forest
4.Duke
6 PM ET, TNACC

Semifinal #2
2.North Carolina
6.Virginia Tech
8 PM ET, TNACC

March 12
Final
8 PM ET, TN

Big 12 (Kansas City,MO; March 9-12)
1.Kansas State 23-7 (15-3)
2.Kansas 23-7 (15-3)
3.Texas 19-9 (12-6)
4.TCU 18-12 (10-8)
5.Oklahoma 18-12 (10-8)
6.Texas Tech 17-13 (10-8)
7.Oklahoma State 16-13 (9-9)
8.Baylor 14-17 (7-11)
9.Iowa State 10-21 (4-14)
10.West Virginia 9-21 (3-15)

March 9
8.Baylor
9.Iowa State
6 PM ET, TNB12

7.Oklahoma State
10.West Virginia
8 PM ET, TNB12

March 10
1.Kansas State
8.Baylor
12 PM ET, TNB12

4.TCU
5.Oklahoma
4 PM ET, TNB12

2.Kansas
7.Oklahoma State
6 PM ET, TNB12

3.Texas
6.Texas Tech
8 PM ET, TNB12

March 11
1.Kansas State
5.Oklahoma
6 PM ET, TNB12

2.Kansas
3.Texas
8 PM ET, TNB12

March 12
Final
4 PM ET, TN

Big Southwest (Houston,TX; March 9-12)
1.Little Rock 22-9 (15-3)
2.Arkansas State 20-11 (14-4)
3.Denver 20-12 (14-4)
4.BYU 21-12 (11-7)
5.Wichita State 21-12 (11-7)
6.Boulder State 20-12 (11-7)
7.Dallas Baptist 17-14 (9-9)
8.Northern Louisiana 16-14 (9-9)
9.Northern Oklahoma 10-20 (6-12)
10.Houston Baptist 6-23 (3-15)

March 9
8.Northern Louisiana
9.Northern Oklahoma
4 PM ET, TNBSW

7.Dallas Baptist
10.Houston Baptist
8 PM ET, TNBSW

March 10
1.Little Rock
8.Northern Louisiana
12 PM ET, TNBSW

4.BYU
5.Wichita State
4 PM ET, TNBSW

2.Arkansas State
7.Dallas Baptist
6 PM ET, TNBSW

3.Denver
6.Boulder State
8 PM ET, TNBSW

March 11
1.Little Rock
4.BYU
2 PM ET, TNBSW

2.Arkansas State
3.Denver
6 PM ET, TNBSW

March 12
Final
12 PM ET, TN

Big Ten (Indianapolis,IN; March 9-13)
1.(2) Michigan State 31-1 (19-1)
2.(5) Wisconsin 30-2 (19-1)
3.(13) Ohio State 27-5 (17-3)
4.(16) Iowa 25-8 (15-5)
5.Northwestern 22-10 (13-7)
6.Nebraska 20-12 (12-8)
7.Maryland 20-12 (12-8)
8.Purdue 20-12 (12-8)
9.Penn State 19-13 (11-7)
10.Michigan 18-13 (10-10)
11.Rutgers 17-14 (10-10)
12.Indiana 17-14 (10-10)
13.Minnesota 9-21 (5-15)
14.Illinois 5-25 (2-18)

March 9
12.Indiana
13.Minnesota
6 PM ET, TNB10

11.Rutgers
14.Illinois
8 PM ET, TNB10

March 10
8.Purdue
9.Penn State
12 PM ET, TNB10

5.Northwestern
12.Indiana
2 PM ET, TNB10

7.Maryland
10.Michigan
6 PM ET, TNB10

6.Nebraska
11.Rutgers
8 PM ET, TNB10

March 11
1.Michigan State
8.Purdue
12 PM ET, TNB10

4.Iowa
5.Northwestern
2 PM ET, TNB10

2.Wisconsin
7.Maryland
6 PM ET, TNB10

3.Ohio State
6.Nebraska
8 PM ET, TNB10

March 12
Semifinal #1
12 PM ET, TNB10
Semifinal #2
4 PM ET, TNB10

March 13
Final
4 PM ET, TN

East Valley (Saint Simon’s Island,GA; March 9-13)
1.(17) Atlanta 28-3 (14-2)
2.(18) Naples 24-5 (13-3)
3.FGCU 20-11 (11-5)
4.Virginia State 19-11 (10-6)
5.Charlotte State 19-12 (10-6)
6.Nashville State 19-12 (9-7)
7.Jones College 18-14 (9-7)
8.Georgia Baptist 17-15 (8-8)
9.NC Central 17-15 (8-8)
10.Southern North Carolina 17-15 (8-8)
11.AGCU 16-14 (7-9)
12.Asheville State 14-16 (5-11)
13.Charleston State 13-17 (5-11)
14.Fort Lauderdale 10-19 (5-11)

March 9
11.AGCU
14.Fort Lauderdale
6 PM ET, TNEV

12.Asheville State
13.Charleston State
8 PM ET, TNEV

March 10
8.Georgia Baptist
9.NC Central
12 PM ET, TNEV

5.Charlotte State
13.Charleston State
4 PM ET, TNEV

7.Jones College
10.Southern North Carolina
6 PM ET, TNEV

6.Nashville State
14.Fort Lauderdale
8 PM ET, TNEV

March 11
1.Atlanta
8.Georgia Baptist
12 PM ET, TNEV

4.Virginia State
5.Charlotte State
4 PM ET, TNEV

2.Naples
10.Southern North Carolina
6 PM ET, TNEV

3.FGCU
6.Nashville State
8 PM ET, TNEV

March 12
Semifinal #1
6 PM ET, TNEV

Semifinal #2
8 PM ET, TNEV

March 13
Final
2 PM ET, TNEV

Pac-12 (Los Angeles,CA; March 9-12)
1.(3) Oregon 32-1 (19-1)
2.(4) Arizona State 28-2 (18-2)
3.(7) USC 30-3 (17-3)
4.Colorado 23-8 (14-6)
5.Stanford 21-9 (14-6)
6.California 20-10 (13-7)
7.UCLA 20-12 (12-8)
8.Oregon State 18-14 (10-10)
9.Washington 17-14 (10-10)
10.Arizona 17-14 (10-10)
11.Utah 12-19 (5-15)
12.Washington State 11-19 (5-15)

March 9
8.Oregon State
9.Washington
2 PM ET, TNP12

5.Stanford
12.Washington State
4 PM ET, TNP12

7.UCLA
10.Arizona
6 PM ET, TNP12

6.California
11.Utah
8 PM ET, TNP12

March 10
1.Oregon
8.Oregon State
2 PM ET, TNP12

4.Colorado
5.Stanford
6 PM ET, TNP12

2.Arizona State
7.UCLA
8 PM ET, TNP12

3.USC
6.California
10 PM ET, TNP12

March 11
1.Oregon
4.Colorado
6 PM ET, TNP12

Semifinal #2
3.USC
7.UCLA
10 PM ET, TNP12

March 12
Final
10 PM ET, TN

SEC (Atlanta,GA; March 9-13)
1.(1) Arkansas 33-0 (18-0)
2.(9) Missouri 28-3 (16-2)
3.(10) Texas A&M 28-4 (14-4)
4.(11) LSU LSU 27-5 (13-5)
5.(15) Auburn 24-6 (13-5)
6.(19) Florida 28-8 (12-6)
7.(21) Tennessee 24-8 (11-7)
8.(22) Mississippi State 24-8 (11-7)
9.Ole Miss 20-12 (10-8)
10.Vanderbilt 18-14 (8-10)
11.Alabama 18-14 (8-10)
12.Kentucky 18-14 (8-10)
13.Georgia 15-19 (5-13)
14.South Carolina 8-22 (2-16)

March 9
12.Kentucky
13.Georgia
6 PM ET, TNSEC

11.Alabama
14.South Carolina
8 PM ET, TNSEC

March 10
8.Mississippi State
9.Ole Miss
12 PM ET, TNSEC

5.Auburn
12.Kentucky
2 PM ET, TNSEC

7.Tennessee
10.Vanderbilt
6 PM ET, TNSEC

6.Florida
11.Alabama
8 PM ET, TNSEC

March 11
1.Arkansas
8.Mississippi State
12 PM ET, TNSEC

4.LSU
12.Kentucky
2 PM ET, TNSEC

2.Missouri
7.Tennessee
6 PM ET, TNSEC

3.Texas A&M
6.Florida
8 PM ET, TNSEC

March 12
Semifinal #1
2 PM ET, TN/TNSEC
Semifinal #2
6 PM ET, TN/TNSEC

March 13
Final
12 PM ET, TN

West Valley (New Orleans,LA; March 9-13)
1.Dallas 23-10 (12-4)
2.Huff College 22-12 (12-4)
3.Northern Arkansas 20-13 (10-6)
4.New Orleans 20-13 (10-6)
5.Ouachita Baptist 18-15 (8-8)
6.Texarkana (AR) 18-16 (7-9)
7.UM-Springfield 17-15 (5-11)
8.UT-Arlington 17-15 (5-11)
9.Crossett 17-15 (5-11)
10.Eastern Miss 15-17 (4-13)
11.Western Miss 15-18 (4-13)
12.Texarkana (TX) 9-20 (2-16)

March 9
8.UT-Arlington
9.Crossett
12 PM ET, TNWV

5.Ouachita Baptist
12.Texarkana (TX)
4 PM ET, TNWV

7.UM-Springfield
10.Eastern Miss
6 PM ET, TNWV

6.Texarkana (AR)
11.Western Miss
8 PM ET, TNWV

March 10
1.Dallas
9.Crossett
12 PM ET, TNWV

4.New Orleans
5.Ouachita Baptist
4 PM ET, TNWV

2.Huff College
7.UM-Springfield
6 PM ET, TNWV

3.Northern Arkansas
6.Texarkana (AR)
8 PM ET, TNWV

March 11
1.Dallas
5.Ouachita Baptist
6 PM ET, TNWV

2.Huff College
3.Northern Arkansas
8 PM ET, TNWV

March 12
Final
2 PM ET, TN2


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College Throwball Throwball News

College Throwball Top 25 (3/7/22)

1.Arkansas 33-0 (18-0) Games this week: SEC Tournament (3/9-13)
2.Michigan State 31-1 (19-1) Games this week: Big Ten Tournament (3/9-13)
3.Oregon 32-1 (19-1) Games this week: Pac-12 Tournament (3/9-12)
4.Arizona State 28-2 (18-2) Games this week: Pac-12 Tournament (3/9-12)
5.Wisconsin 30-2 (19-1) Games this week: Big Ten Tournament (3/9-13)
6.Wake Forest 29-2 (18-2) Games this week: ACC Tournament (3/8-12)
7.USC 30-3 (17-3) Games this week: Pac-12 Tournament (3/9-12)
8.North Carolina 27-3 (18-2) Games this week: ACC Tournament (3/8-12)
9.Missouri 28-3 (16-2) Games this week: SEC Tournament (3/9-13)
10.Texas A&M 28-4 (14-4) Games this week: SEC Tournament (3/9-13)
11.LSU 27-5 (13-5) Games this week: SEC Tournament (3/9-13)
12.Louisville 28-4 (17-3) Games this week: ACC Tournament (3/8-12)
13.Ohio State 27-5 (17-3) Games this week: Big Ten Tournament
14.Duke 25-6 (16-4) Games this week: ACC Tournament (3/8-12)
15.Auburn 24-6 (13-5) Games this week: SEC Tournament (3/9-13)
16.Iowa 25-8 (15-5) Games this week: Big Ten Tournament (3/9-13)
17.Atlanta 28-3 (14-2) Games this week: East Valley Tournament (3/9-13)
18.Naples 24-5 (13-3) Games this week: East Valley Tournament (3/9-13)
19.Florida 28-8 (12-6) Games this week: SEC Tournament (3/9-13)
20.Syracuse 23-7 (14-6) Games this week: ACC Tournament (3/8-12)
21.Tennessee 24-8 (11-7) Games this week: SEC Tournament (3/9-13)
22.Mississippi State 24-8 (11-7) Games this week: SEC Tournament (3/9-13)
23.Memphis 28-3 (16-2) Games this week: American Tournament (3/9-12)
24.Virginia Tech 25-7 (14-6) Games this week: ACC Tournament (3/8-12)
25.Michigan-Spring Lake 28-5 (17-3) Games this week: ACA Tournament (3/9-13)
Outside looking in:
28.NC State 24-7 (13-7) Games this week: ACC Tournament (3/8-12)
29.Kansas State 23-7 (15-3) Games this week: Big 12 Tournament (3/9-12)
30.Colorado 23-8 (14-6) Games this week: Pac-12 Tournament (3/9-12)
31.Stanford 21-9 (14-6) Games this week: Pac-12 Tournament (3/9-12)
32.Kansas 23-7 (15-3) Games this week: Big 12 Tournament (3/9-12)
33.Miami 23-9 (13-7) Games this week: ACC Tournament (3/8-12)

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Throwball News

Former Bulldog Feland headed to Oklahoma

Former Georgia guard Julius Feland announced his decision to transfer to Oklahoma on Saturday. Feland chose Oklahoma over Georgia’s SEC rival Tennessee. He also visited Florida Atlantic, Wake Forest, as well as talking to his former Georgia coaching staff.

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College Throwball Throwball News

College Throwball Top 25 (1/10/22)

1.Arkansas 17-0 (3-0) Games this week: at.19.Florida (1/10), Vanderbilt (1/15)
2.Michigan State 18-0 (6-0) Games this week: at.Iowa (1/13), Maryland (1/16)
3.Oregon 19-0 (6-0) Games this week: Arizona (1/12), 4.Arizona State (1/16)
4.Arizona State 16-0 (6-0) Games this week: at.Oregon State (1/12), at.3.Oregon (1/16)
5.Wake Forest 16-0 (5-0) Games this week: 9.Louisville (1/12), at.18.Virginia Tech (1/16)
6.Missouri 15-1 (3-0) Games this week: South Carolina (1/12), at.Georgia (1/15)
7.USC 17-1 (5-1) Games this week: Washington State (1/14), Washington (1/16)
8.Wisconsin 15-2 (5-1) Games this week: at.Michigan (1/12), at.Rutgers (1/15)
9.Louisville 16-1 (4-0) Games this week: at.5.Wake Forest (1/12), at.25.Miami (1/15)
10.Ohio State 15-2 (6-0) Games this week: Northwestern (1/12), Illinois (1/15)
11.North Carolina 15-1 (5-0) Games this week: at.Florida State (1/15)
12.LSU 16-0 (3-0) Games this week: 13.Texas A&M (1/11), at.Ole Miss (1/15)
13.Texas A&M 15-0 (3-0) Games this week: at.12.LSU (1/11), at.Kentucky (1/15)
14.Atlanta 16-1 (3-0) Games this week: at.FGCU (1/10), at.22.Naples (1/15)
15.Auburn 12-2 (2-1) Games this week: Georgia (1/10), at.South Carolina (1/15)
16.Syracuse 12-3 (3-2) Games this week: Clemson (1/11), at.Pittsburgh (1/15)
17.Tennessee 14-2 (2-1) Games this week: at.Vanderbilt (1/13), at.Alabama (1/15)
18.Virginia Tech 15-2 (4-1) Games this week: Duke (1/11), 5.Wake Forest (1/18)
19.Florida 17-2 (1-2) Games this week: 1.Arkansas (1/10), 23.Mississippi State (1/15)
20.Memphis 16-1 (4-0) Games this week: Central Florida (1/12), East Carolina (1/15)
21.Michigan-Spring Lake 14-2 (3-0) Games this week: Delaware (1/13), Dayton (1/15)
22.Naples 13-2 (2-0) Games this week: Georgia Baptist (1/10), 14.Atlanta (1/15)
23.Mississippi State 13-3 (1-2) Games this week: Kentucky (1/11), at.19.Florida (1/15)
24.NC State 13-3 (2-2) Games this week: at.Florida State (1/12), Georgia Tech (1/15)
25.Miami 14-4 (2-2) Games this week: at.Boston College (1/11), 9.Louisville (1/15)
Outside looking in:
26.Iowa 15-3 (6-0) Games this week: 2.Michigan State (1/13)
27.Kansas 11-3 (1-0) Games this week: at.Iowa State (1/12), Baylor (1/15)
28.Colorado 13-4 (4-2) Games this week: California (1/12), Stanford (1/15)
29.Duke 13-3 (5-1) Games this week: at.18.Virginia Tech (1/11)
30.Kansas State 10-4 (0-1) Games this week: TCU (1/11), at.Texas (1/15)