College Sports Archive

  • HoopGurlz: Seventh-grader gives verbal to NC State

    HoopGurlz: Seventh-grader commits to NC State

    Jada Peebles is the 13-year-old daughter of a Wolfpack football legend. She has accepted a scholarship to play women's basketball at NC State.

    Aug 5 5:33 PM ET

  • HoopGurlz: Asia Durr announces final five

    HoopGurlz: No. 2 prospect announces final five

    Asia Durr, the top undeclared prospect in the 2015 class, says Baylor, Duke, Louisville, Maryland and Notre Dame are still in the running. She's hoping to announce her destination in November.

    Aug 4 9:32 AM ET | By Walter Villa

  • Air Force launches investigation into athletics

    The Air Force Academy said Sunday it has launched an investigation of its athletic department and is demanding more accountability from coaches after the Colorado Springs Gazette reported allegations of lax oversight and athlete misconduct.

    Aug 3 5:51 PM ET

  • HoopGurlz: Duke gets verbal from No. 4 prospect

    HoopGurlz: No. 4 prospect verbals to Duke

    Kyra Lambert spent last season playing on her high school's junior varsity team. Now the point guard from Texas' Samuel Clemens will be heading to Duke after her senior season.

    Aug 3 4:43 PM ET

  • Maggie Dixon Classic taps UConn, St. John's

    Defending champion Connecticut will face St. John's in the ninth annual Maggie Dixon Classic on Jan. 4.

    Jul 31 4:17 PM ET

  • Fired OSU band director was trying to fix culture

    Ohio State University's fired marching band director was working to fix a vulgar culture "in dire need of change" before he was dismissed last week, he said in a document released by his attorney.

    Jul 31 1:37 PM ET

  • Workers trying to save buckling UCLA court

    UCLA officials are trying to save the Pauley Pavilion court, which is buckling after flooding spread throughout campus Tuesday.

    Jul 31 12:45 PM ET

  • Study: Colleges show dip in gender hiring

    A report on the NCAA and its member institutions shows fewer women holding jobs in college sports and only a small improvement in racial diversity.

    Jul 30 5:30 PM ET

  • New Mexico lineman suspended after arrest

    A University of New Mexico football player has been suspended from the team following his arrest in a domestic violence case.

    Jul 30 5:00 PM ET

  • Pauley Pavilion court flooded as main breaks

    A massive water main break that flooded parts of UCLA's campus, including Pauley Pavilion, threatened to ruin the Bruins' home floor and do similar damage to other buildings Tuesday.

    Jul 30 1:59 PM ET | By Myron Medcalf

  • UConn's Tuck gets extra year of eligibility

    The NCAA has granted a medical hardship waiver to UConn forward Morgan Tuck, who underwent two knee surgeries and missed most of last season's national championship run.

    Jul 30 1:46 PM ET

  • UC Riverside tabs ex-closer Percival coach

    Longtime major league reliever Troy Percival is the new baseball coach at UC Riverside.

    Jul 29 6:19 PM ET

  • NCAA settles concussion suit with $70M fund

    The NCAA agreed Tuesday to settle a class-action head-injury lawsuit by creating a $70 million fund to diagnose thousands of current and former athletes to determine if they suffered brain trauma playing football, hockey, soccer and other contact sports.

    Jul 29 3:01 PM ET

  • Ex-Georgia runner Lawrence, 25, dies in accident

    Former University of Georgia 400-meter runner Torrin Lawrence has died in a car accident. He was 25.

    Jul 28 4:39 PM ET

  • Ohio St. fires band director in harassment probe

    Ohio State fired its band director on Thursday following a two-month investigation into sexual harassment of students, according to the Columbus Dispatch.

    Jul 27 10:33 PM ET

  • Hoosiers coach Miller resigns after 21-win year

    Curt Miller spent two seasons rebuilding the Indiana women's basketball team.

    Jul 25 6:31 PM ET

  • Voepel: The unstoppable Maya Moore

    Not long after winning her second WNBA title in three seasons, Maya Moore knew she could be even better. This season, a lighter, leaner version of the perennial MVP candidate is leading the league in scoring.

    Jul 25 | By Mechelle Voepel

  • Voepel: Hammon proved us all wrong

    Undrafted and surrounded by stars, Becky Hammon's hopes of finding a fit in the WNBA were slim. Sixteen years later, she is ready to wrap up a brilliant career.

    Jul 24 | By Mechelle Voepel

  • C-USA chief: 'Second 5' will still be relevant

    Conference USA commissioner Britton Banowsky knows at least one thing won't change with autonomy for the five power conferences to make their own bylaws.

    Jul 23 6:50 PM ET

  • Big 12 chief rips NCAA, says 'cheating pays'

    Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby says "cheating pays" in the NCAA these days and doesn't foresee things getting much better in the future.

    Jul 22 6:52 PM ET | By Jake Trotter

  • Ex-UNH hockey coach charged with assault

    Former University of New Hampshire women's hockey coach Brian McCloskey has been charged with assault in an encounter during a game last year.

    Jul 22 11:35 AM ET

  • Leslie among women's hoops HOF inductees

    WNBA legend Lisa Leslie and five others will be inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame in 2015.

    Jul 21 5:32 PM ET

  • Lawrence: Is Sarah Patterson the best coach in Alabama history?

    Sarah Patterson took over the Crimson Tide gymnastics team 36 years ago -- and turned it into one of the most successful programs in Alabama sports.

    Jul 21 4:32 PM ET | By Blythe Lawrence

  • UMass men's soccer coach Koch dies at 59

    Massachusetts men's soccer coach Sam Koch (coke), who led the Minutemen to a berth in the 2007 College Cup, has died after a two-year battle with sinus cancer.

    Jul 21 12:24 PM ET

  • Former Hoosiers rower among plane victims

    Karlijn Keijzer, a member of Indiana University's Varsity 8 boat in 2011, was among those killed when Malaysian Airlines MH17 was shot down over Eastern Ukraine.

    Jul 18 5:23 PM ET