A new year means conference play is on the horizon, and the season is beginning in earnest for our area college hoops teams.
Virginia has always been led by its stalwart defense. But is this year’s cast of Cavaliers ready to break through to the Final Four?
The area’s rollercoaster from cold to warm to snow again is right in step with the early stages of the college basketball conference season.
As the calendar turns to January, teams turn to familiar foes in conference play and look to legitimize their early-season records.
As the nonconference season draws to a close, Basketball Around the Beltway returns to catch you up on D.C. area college hoops.
The Maryland Women look very different as the season begins, but is this year a rebuild or a reload in College Park?
Three of our local schools know they have only one way into March Madness. Can any of them end their big dance droughts this year?
No matter how the local A-10 teams do this year, they’ll each come to D.C. with a chance at the dance in March.
The ACC provides a stern challenge for both teams from the Commonwealth, but the difference in the schedules facing Virginia and Virginia Tech may dictate each team’s success.
All eyes are on Georgetown legend and new head coach Patrick Ewing in his first year back in D.C., but what should we expect from a young Hoyas squad?
What will life after Melo Trimble look like in College Park? There are signs of life, and potential, for a sophomore-driven Maryland hoops squad.
None of the local teams in March Madness survived the first weekend. A look at what went wrong, what comes next and which team left has the best shot to win it all.
Thursday night’s college basketball games come in the middle of one of the busiest weeks of the year. WTOP’s Dave Preston breaks them down, including the game involving No. 21 Virginia.
What makes a team more deserving of an NCAA Tournament spot: talent or record? Dave Preston compares two tourney hopefuls making opposite cases for inclusion.
Conference expansion has made tournaments bloated and unwieldy, but there are still some good early games to carry you through Championship Week.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.