I'm creating this post so we can talk about postseason hoops instead of adding to the final game of the season post from Feb. 25.
* Get all the info you need on the Lady Knights' NCAA run by going to GannonSports.com.
* This article from Sports Illustrated on NCAA-bound Creighton does a good job of debunking the myth many fans hold that recruiting is like ordering players from a catalog. You need to work hard and catch some breaks to put the right team together.
* At some point I'll assemble a "Where Are They Now" article about still active former Knights and Gannon opponents from this year. We know that IUP and East Stroudsburg are still alive, but don't forget about Daemen. The Wildcats, who stunned GU in the Gary Miller Classsic, play March 8 in the NAIA Division II national tournament.
* Before you get all worked up during March Madness, please read this article from two years ago to help you keep your priorities straight.
UPDATE 3/7/12: Much to my chagrin, former Kentucky Wesleyan head coach Ray Harper is in the NCAA DI tournament this year. His 15-18 Western Kentucky team upset North Texas last night in the Sun Belt championship. Harper was a WKU assistant but took over the team at midseason after the head coach was fired. You have to check out how the previous coach lost the last game of his WKU career. I'm surprised this didn't happen to Gannon this year.
And former GU president Antoine Garibaldi is going dancing, too. Detroit Mercy thrashed Horizon #1 Valparaiso Tuesday night, 70-50. UDM eliminated Jerry Slocum's Youngstown State Penguins in the Horizon quarterfinals.