TWT Sports Says Goodbye; COLLEGE TRIUMPHS / A LOOK AT THE D.C. AREA SCHOOLS' BEST MOMENTS
Byline: THE WASHINGTON TIMES
APRIL 3, 1984
The Georgetown Hoyas fulfilled the destiny that was seemingly theirs all season by winning the NCAA National Championship of college basketball at the Kingdome here last night. Led by a sparkling 11-point second half by Reggie Williams and getting key plays by Fred Brown and Patrick Ewing, the Hoyas came away with an 84-75 decision over Houston.
I'm elated about winning the National Championship, said the Hoyas' John Thompson, who became the first black coach to claim the NCAA title. But it takes more to get here than to win one game.
- Happy Fine
APRIL 2, 2002
Terps take title
The Maryland Terrapins claimed their first national championship in nerve-wracking fashion last night with a 64-52 win over Indiana before 53,406 in the Georgia Dome. The Terps earned the monumental victory despite being frustrated on offense and even trailing midway through the second half.
But as it has been throughout the Terps' glorious season, Juan Dixon came to the rescue. …