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UCLA fires men's basketball coach

UCLA has fired Ben Howland as basketball coach after 10 seasons that included three Final Four appearances but culminated with another early-round exit from the NCAA Tournament.

Athletic director Dan Guerrero told Howland on Sunday he was out, and the university announced it in the evening. Howland had a 233- 107 record in Westwood, including three consecutive Final Four appearances from 2006-08 and four Pac-12 championships, including this season. The Bruins' season ended last Friday with an 83-63 loss to Minnesota in the NCAA Tournament.

In a statement through the university, Howland says he was blessed to coach at UCLA and looks forward to what comes next. He has two years left on his contract. which includes a $2.3 million buyout.

George Mason to join Atlantic 10 An official with knowledge of the agreement says George Mason is joining the Atlantic 10 next season.

The official told The Associated Press that Mason will announce it is leaving the Colonial Athletic Association July 1.

The official spoke on condition of anonymity because both the school and the conference plan to announce the move today.

The university has called a news conference, and the conference has scheduled a teleconference shortly afterward.

Ana Goodman wins slalom title World champion Mikaela Shiffrin straddled a gate in the final run, handing the slalom title to Canadian Ana Goodman in the U.S. Alpine Championship in Squaw Valley, Calif.

The 18-year-old Shiffrin, from Vail, Colo., had a 1.22-second lead after the opening run but straddled the gate in the tight middle section in the second run. Goodman had the fastest second run. She recently won the NorAm slalom title.

Resi Stiegler of Jackson Hole, Wyo., was second, and Norway's Tonje Sekse, also a Westminster student, finished third.

Katie Hartman of Breckenridge, Colo. …

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