Tom Goldman Tom Goldman is NPR's sports correspondent. His reports can be heard throughout NPR's news programming, including Morning Edition and All Things Considered, and NPR.org.

Australian Adam Scott Wins Golf's Masters

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A Controversial Drop Puts Woods Behind On Final Day Of Masters

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Down To The Putt: Golf Analytics Gain Traction

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UConn Wins 8th National Championship Over Louisville

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Head coach Jeff Walz of the Louisville Cardinals talks to his team during a timeout in the game against the Maryland Terrapins in the second round of the NCAA women's basketball tournament. G. Flume/Getty Images hide caption

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Giant-Killing Louisville Women Look To Keep Charmed Run Alive

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Women's NCAA Basketball Championship Game Is Set For Tuesday

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Louisville guard Shoni Schimmel (23) and the Louisville bench react to her 3-point shot against Tennessee in the second half of the regional final in the NCAA women's college basketball tournament in Oklahoma City on Tuesday. Louisville won 86-78. Sue Ogrocki/AP hide caption

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Old Guard And Fresh Faces Square Off At Women's Final Four

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Rutgers Men's Basketball Coach Fired Over Abusive Behavior Toward Team

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Baseball Begins In The Shadow Of March Madness

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Baylor's Departure From Women's Basketball Tournament Leaves Huge Hole

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Make Way For Ducks, Out To Prove They're A Better Seed

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