Saturday, March 25, 2023



Buffalo 5, New Jersey 4

Columbus 5, NY Islanders 4 (OT)

Colorado 3, Arizona 1

Spring Training Baseball

Pirates 6, Detroit 6

Sports News

March Madness, Week 2 on WJPA &!

WJPA-AM (1450) is your radio home for all the action, running right through the Women’s & Men’s National Championship Games April 2-3. You can also listen online through our partnership with Westwood One and the NCAA! Our Men’s coverage includes feature games each day with expanded coverage through the national semifinals.  And the Women’s Tournament returns to WJPA with Sweet 16, Regional Finals and Final Four action.  WJPA-AM (1450) Listen Here

Thursday, March 23 
Men’s Sweet 16
#3 Kansas State 98, #7 Michigan State 93 OT
#4 Connecticut 88,  #8 Arkansas 65
#9 Florida Atlantic 62, #4 Tennessee 55
#3 Gonzaga 79, #2 UCLA 76

Friday, March 24
Women’s Sweet 16
#9 Miami 70, #4 Villanova 65

Men’s Sweet 16, March 24

#5 San Diego State 71, #1 Alabama 64

#5 Miami 89, #1 Houston 75
#6 Creighton 86,  #15 Princeton 75
#2 Texas 83, #3 Xavier 71

Saturday, March 25
Women’s Sweet 16
11:15 am #2 Connecticut vs. #3 Ohio State
#1 South Carolina vs. #4 UCLA

Men’s Regional Finals
5:30 pm #3 Kansas State vs. #9 Florida Atlantic
8:45 pm #3 Gonzaga vs. #4 Connecticut

Sunday, March 26
Men’s Regional Finals
1:30 pm
5:00 pm

Women’s Regional Finals
6:45 pm Join in Progress
9:05 pm

Monday, March 27
Women’s Regional Finals
6:45 pm
9:05 pm

Crazy Eight: No Top Seeds Among Last 8 In March Madness

LAS VEGAS (AP) — March has gone from madness to unprecedented. With Miami’s win over Houston and San Diego State’s takedown of Alabama, the men’s NCAA Tournament will not have a No. 1 seed in the Elite Eight for the first time since seeding began in 1979. Purdue, Kansas, Houston and Alabama are all gone, ensuring the Final Four will not have a No. 1 team for the first time since 2011 and the third overall. The four teams deemed by the NCAA to be the best in the country combined to win five tournament games this year. That’s the fewest by three among No. 1 seeds since the field expanded to 64 teams in 1985.

Nola vs. deGrom, Ohtani Highlight MLB’s Opening-Day mMatchups

The Texas Rangers aren’t wasting any time in seeing what they have in Jacob deGrom. The two-time Cy Young Award winner will start for the Rangers when they open the 2023 season against Aaron Nola and the Philadelphia Phillies. Eight Cy Young award winners in all will start on opening day, as all 30 clubs will play on opening day for the first time since 1968. This will be the fourth career opening-day start for deGrom. He signed a five-year deal with the Rangers during the offseason that’s worth $185 million.

On The Air

HERESaturday, March 25 12:00pm
Saturday, March 25
CURRDATESaturday, March 25 12:00pm

11:15am College Basketball  AM 1450

Women’s Sweet 16 Doubleheader

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HERESaturday, March 25 12:00pm

5:30pm College Basketball  AM 1450

Men’s Regional Finals Doubleheader

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HERESaturday, March 25 12:00pm

5:45pm HS Basketball  FM 95.3

PIAA 5A Girls Championship: South Fayette vs. Arch. Wood

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HERESunday, March 26 12:00pm
Sunday, March 26
CURRDATESunday, March 26 12:00pm

1:30pm College Basketball  AM 1450

Men’s Regional Finals Doubleheader

HERESunday, March 26 12:00pm

7:00pm College Basketball  AM 1450

Women’s Regional Finals Doubleheader

HEREMonday, March 27 12:00pm
Monday, March 27
CURRDATEMonday, March 27 12:00pm

6:45pm College Basketball  AM 1450

Women’s Regional Finals Doubleheader

HEREThursday, March 30 12:00pm
Thursday, March 30
CURRDATEThursday, March 30 12:00pm

3:45pm Pirates Baseball  AM 1450

Pirates at Cincinnati Reds–Season Opener

HEREFriday, March 31 12:00pm
Friday, March 31
CURRDATEFriday, March 31 12:00pm

6:30pm College Basketball  AM 1450

Women’s Final Four Doubleheader

HERESaturday, April 1 12:00pm
Saturday, April 1
CURRDATESaturday, April 1 12:00pm

3:30pm College Basketball  AM 1450

Men’s Final Four Doubleheader

HERESunday, April 2 12:00pm
Sunday, April 2
CURRDATESunday, April 2 12:00pm

3:00pm College Basketball  AM 1450

Women’s National Championship

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