Now that I've introduced myself, I think it is most appropriate that you meet my teammates, considering they are who I'll be writing about the majority of the time. The Lady Lions are from all over the country, and each brings a unique personality and character to our team.
Natasha Anasi chats with Duke senior goalkeeper Tara Campbell, a finalist for the NCAA’s prestigious Senior CLASS Award.
Just wanted to share some of the "ghoul" times that our team had at Knott's Scary Farm, the USC Athletics Pumpkin Carving Contest and other Halloween week festivities. Check out my hair in that photo.
This week was shaping up as a time of relaxed focus for 2012 track Olympian and New Jersey native Julie Culley, who is slated to make her marathon debut Sunday in New York City. She's been training in northern Virginia and had planned to arrive late this past Sunday.
With a few days back home in California, I headed into the office and caught up on a few things before a day off. It felt great to be back home, but having a two-week gap between races was painful.
This is the first post by Maggie Lucas, who will be blogging about her experience with the Lady Lions for espnW this season. Lucas was an All-Big Ten performer a year ago and is on the preseason Wade watch list.
Bart Scott -- Mr. Can't Wait -- had to practice patience Sunday when he was sidelined due to a toe injury, marking the end of his 119 consecutive games played streak. The last time the Jets' linebacker missed a game was Jan.
Natasha Anasi talks to Duke teammates Audrey Gibson and Ali Kershner, who claim to be the No. 1 San Francisco Giants fans on campus.
Last weekend was USC Parents' Weekend on campus. Fortunately, we had a pair of home matches, so my parents flew out from Illinois to see me. They are actually staying in California for the entire week, so on one of our rare off-days, they took me to one of the L.
Hello again! It's Chiney Ogwumike, lucky No. 13 from Stanford University, and I'm so excited to be back.My life as a collegiate basketball player at one of the world's most renowned universities is “different.
"This is a football game, not a Hallmark moment."-- coach Scott LazoI read these words in a New York Times report on a lopsided Pop Warner football game in Massachusetts during which five players suffered possible concussions.
It’s official, for the second time in school history, we are regular-season ACC champs! Accomplishing one of our many goals for the season feels great. To sit atop one of the most competitive and talented conferences in the nation is an honor.
It's funny how no matter what happens, every season finishes the same way: by cleaning out your locker. So just two days after the incredible high of winning my first WNBA title, here I am, pulling a yellowed robe out of the bottom of my locker.
The San Francisco Giants will live to see another day, carrying the zombie baseball torch into the World Series.With a 9-0 drubbing of the Cardinals in Monday night’s anticlimactic NLCS Game 7, San Francisco won its sixth elimination game this postseason.
It was day three of the Paralympics when I started getting messages from Russian reporters on Facebook and Twitter. "We've found your family!" one said, with a photo of a Russian-looking family attached.