North Carolina State's T.J. Warren and Duke's Jabari Parker were unanimous selections Monday to the all-Atlantic Coast Conference team. They were joined by North Carolina's Marcus Paige, Syracuse's C.J. Fair and Clemson's K.J. McDaniels.
Virginia has the top seed for this week's Atlantic Coast Conference tournament, which begins Wednesday.
Florida, which finished an unbeaten season in the Southeastern Conference, and Wichita State, which completed an undefeated regular season, are the top two teams in the AP college basketball poll for the third straight week.
Given a second chance to celebrate the conclusion of Maryland's final regular-season game in the Atlantic Coast Conference, the fans at Comcast Center swarmed toward midcourt as the final buzzer sounded.
He wore black pants and a red shirt, his Sunday colors. He took a lead into the final round, quickly expanded it with a pair of birdies and then relied on his short game to keep everyone chasing him. He even played it safe off the 18th tee, caring more about the trophy than the final score.
Notre Dame's Jewell Loyd pulled an Atlantic Coast Conference championship cap over her head.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. knew he probably didn't have enough fuel to finish. Being in Vegas, he decided to gamble anyway.
Sophomore T.J. Warren put a cap on a remarkable finish to the regular season, and perhaps his home career at N.C. State, Sunday evening in a 78-68 win over Boston College.
Doug McDermott saved his best game for his last one at CenturyLink Center.
Brad Keselowski once blew a tire while leading the final lap of this same Nationwide Series race, so he knew he couldn't get excited about a victory in Vegas until he actually crossed the line.
Notre Dame's romp through its new league is nearly complete. One more win, and the No. 2 Fighting Irish will have an Atlantic Coast Conference championship trophy to go with their still-perfect record.