College Sports Archive

  • Eichel, McIntyre, Vesey finalists for Hobey Baker

    Boston University forward Jack Eichel, North Dakota goalie Zane McIntyre and Harvard forward Jimmy Vesey have been selected as the three finalists for the Hobey Baker award.

    Apr 2 5:22 PM ET

  • NCAA 'very pleased' Indiana has revised law

    NCAA president Mark Emmert says the association is "very pleased" with revisions to Indiana's religious objections law that critics feared would lead to discrimination against gays and lesbians.

    Apr 2 4:20 PM ET

  • O'Connor carries Irish lessons with him

    Brian O'Connor never thought that when he returned to Notre Dame after 11 years, that'd he bring with him such success.

    Apr 2 1:00 PM ET | By Eric Sorenson

  • Former NFL, college HOF QB LeBaron dies at 85

    College football Hall of Famer, former NFL quarterback and war hero Eddie LeBaron Jr. has died. He was 85.

    Apr 2 8:10 AM ET

  • espnW Softball Player Of The Week: Idaho State's Vicky Galasso

    Southern California native Vicky Galasso has been right at home helping build the softball program at Idaho State, and she's really been in a good place lately, hitting four home runs in four games to earn our weekly honor.

    Apr 1 12:42 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • NCAA homers up 39 percent with flat-seam ball

    Home runs are up 39 percent in Division I baseball compared with the first half of the 2014 season, an indication the introduction of the flat-seam ball is having the desired effect.

    Apr 1 12:16 PM ET

  • MAC won't hold championships in Indiana

    The Mid-American Conference is the latest to take a stand against the state of Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

    Mar 31 6:07 PM ET | By Brett McMurphy

  • Sun Devils oust swim coach Tierney-Walker

    Arizona State has fired swimming coach Dorsey Tierney-Walker after six seasons.

    Mar 31 6:02 PM ET

  • USC's Haden to boycott CFP meeting in Indy

    USC AD Pat Haden said he will boycott the College Football Playoff committee meetings in Indiana this week in lieu of the state's newly passed "religious freedom" law.

    Mar 31 2:51 PM ET | By Chantel Jennings

  • NCAA Softball: 5 Things You Need To Know

    Graham Hays has the details on why Temple's loss is Nebraska's gain, why Oregon might ascend to No. 1 and why James Madison is scary in this week's five things you need to know.

    Mar 31 1:24 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Dear Indiana, You Need To Amend Your Religious Freedom Bill

    Indiana isn't the first state to pass a "religious freedom" bill. But it may be the last one to not include provisions explicitly banning discrimination against the LGBT community. Why not do that now, Indiana?

    Mar 31 12:04 PM ET | By Kate Fagan

  • NCAA president 'anxiously' eyes Indiana law

    NCAA president Mark Emmert said Monday he's keeping a close eye on possible changes -- if not a total repeal -- to a new Indiana law that could allow businesses to discriminate against gays and lesbians before it is scheduled to go into effect in July.

    Mar 31 9:34 AM ET

  • Police: Missing Cal athlete killed on freeway

    A Cal Golden Bears soccer player who disappeared after a weekend party was killed by a car as he ran across a Los Angeles freeway, police said Monday.

    Mar 31 2:40 AM ET

  • Princeton's Dietrick to focus on WNBA, not lax

    Princeton point guard Blake Dietrick won't play lacrosse for the Tigers this spring, and instead will concentrate on preparing for the WNBA draft next month.

    Mar 31 2:24 AM ET | By Vicki L. Friedman

  • Disputed new Indiana law concerns NCAA

    NCAA president Mark Emmert says the association is concerned about an Indiana law that could allow businesses to discriminate against gay people.

    Mar 30 5:57 PM ET

  • Big Ten officials to discuss new Indiana law

    Two Big Ten athletic directors told ESPN.com that the impact of the new religious objections law in Indiana will be discussed when they meet May 18-20. One athletic director was "highly disappointed" that the law passed in the state.

    Mar 30 5:56 PM ET

  • OTL: Study finds many hockey helmets unsafe

    "We don't think anybody should be playing in these [hockey] helmets," said Stefan Duma of Virginia Tech, about the lowest-performing hockey helmets.

    Mar 30 2:10 PM ET | By Steve Fainaru

  • Providence skates past Denver into Frozen Four

    Tom Parisi broke a tie on a power play with 5:01 left and Providence beat Denver 4-1 on Sunday night in the NCAA East Regional final to advance to the Frozen Four.

    Mar 30 2:34 AM ET

  • Nebraska-Omaha shuts down RIT for berth

    Ryan Massa made 40 saves and Nebraska-Omaha beat Rochester Institute of Technology 4-0 on Sunday night in the NCAA Midwest Regional final to advance to the Frozen Four for the first time.

    Mar 29 10:48 PM ET

  • North Dakota tops St. Cloud for Frozen berth

    Drake Caggiula scored his team-leading 18th goal of the season, Zane McIntyre stopped a handful of point-blank shots and North Dakota beat St. Cloud State 4-1 on Saturday night in the West Regional final to advance to the Frozen Four.

    Mar 29 2:45 AM ET

  • Texas dominates to claim 11th team swimming title

    Joseph Schooling won the 200-yard butterfly and Will Licon took the 200 breaststroke Saturday night to help Texas run away with its 11th NCAA men's swimming title.

    Mar 29 1:12 AM ET

  • RIT upsets No. 1 seed Mankato in hockey

    Josh Mitchell broke a tie in the third period and Rochester Institute of Technology beat top-seeded Minnesota State-Mankato 2-1 on Saturday in the Midwest Regional semifinals of the NCAA hockey tournament.

    Mar 28 11:45 PM ET

  • BU reaches Frozen Four with win over UMD

    Getting sent home from the NCAA Tournament rarely is a good thing.

    Mar 28 11:06 PM ET

  • Longtime Wazzu baseball coach Brayton dies

    Chuck "Bobo" Brayton, the long-time Washington State baseball coach and college Hall of Famer who had 1,162 career wins, has died at the age of 89.

    Mar 28 4:53 PM ET

  • Minn. school cancels baseball season over hazing

    St. Olaf College is canceling the rest of its baseball season because of hazing.

    Mar 27 9:11 PM ET