College Sports Archive

  • espnW Soccer Player Of The Week: Wisconsin's Kinley McNicoll

    Midfielder Kinley McNicoll's apparently caffeine-fueled scoring binge in the Pacific Northwest helped undefeated Wisconsin establish itself as a Big Ten contender.

    Sep 10 11:56 AM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Durr, nation's No. 2 prospect, picks Louisville

    Asia Durr, a point guard from Atlanta who has a long history of winning, says everything about Jeff Walz's program and the campus just felt right.

    Sep 9 7:20 PM ET | By Walter Villa

  • Miami president Shalala to step down in 2015

    Miami president Donna Shalala plans to step down in 2015, ending a tenure in which she raised the school's profile while guiding the athletic department through a controversial move to the ACC and a scandal involving a rogue former booster.

    Sep 8 2:04 PM ET

  • NCAA Soccer: 5 Things You Need To Know

    Don't worry about a College Cup hangover for Virginia Tech. The year after the Hokies' breakthrough, they are scoring too many goals and having too much fun for that.

    Sep 8 1:41 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Syracuse suspends soccer player for racial slur

    Syracuse has suspended a women's soccer player for using a homophobic and racial slur.

    Sep 8 11:36 AM ET

  • Texas center has bone surgery in left leg

    Texas center Imani McGee-Stafford had surgery to reinforce the tibia in her left leg, the school announced Saturday.

    Sep 6 5:51 PM ET

  • NCAA extends Georgia Tech's probation to '17

    Georgia Tech athletic director Mike Bobinski said Friday he hopes the school's extended NCAA probation announced this week is "the last time we go down this road."

    Sep 6 12:11 AM ET

  • Backers push for OK on NCAA head-injury deal

    Attorneys on Friday pushed for a judge to give preliminary approval to a proposed $75 million settlement of a class-action lawsuit against the NCAA.

    Sep 5 10:06 PM ET

  • Mo'ne says she's 'sad' about NCAA violation

    Little League star Mo'ne Davis says she's "sad" Connecticut received a secondary NCAA rules violation for coach Geno Auriemma's congratulatory phone call to her during the Little League World Series.

    Sep 5 2:47 PM ET

  • Diana Taurasi says she's 'never good enough'

    Diana Taurasi has piled up championships at every level and secured her place among the all-time greats. But an "inner insecurity" that she's never good enough keeps driving the 32-year-old, who is as fascinating, riveting and mesmerizing as ever.

    Sep 5 1:10 PM ET | By Mechelle Voepel

  • NCAA: Geno's call to LLWS star broke rule

    The NCAA has determined that Connecticut women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma committed a secondary rules violation when he made a phone call congratulating Little League pitching star Mo'Ne Davis last month.

    Sep 4 9:23 PM ET

  • Penn State's 'Rocky' Rodriguez A Champion For Costa Rican Girls

    Penn State's Raquel "Rocky" Rodriguez joined in Costa Rica's joy during the World Cup run of its men's team, but she wants women and girls to have their own place in her country's passionate soccer culture.

    Sep 4 7:14 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Geno: Call to Mo'ne led to recruiting complaint

    Geno Auriemma told the Hartford Courant one of the Huskies' rivals took exception to the UConn coach's congratulatory call to Little League star Mo'ne Davis.

    Sep 4 4:12 PM ET

  • AD resigns after remarks about player's mom

    Arkansas-Little Rock athletic director Chris Peterson has resigned after making inappropriate comments about a player's mother during a live webcast of a women's soccer game.

    Sep 4 6:56 AM ET

  • NCAA addresses sexual assault in handbook

    The NCAA has developed a handbook for its member institutions to address universities' responsibilities in dealing with sexual assault and interpersonal violence.

    Sep 3 5:48 PM ET | By Dana O'Neil

  • NCAA Soccer: 5 Things You Need To Know

    Stanford is off to a terrific start, but Tennessee's concern for head injuries earns Graham Hays' highest praise in our season-opening five things you need to know about soccer.

    Sep 2 2:15 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Report: Arizona St. extends hoops coaches

    A person familiar with the contracts says Arizona State has agreed to extensions for men's basketball coach Herb Sendek and women's coach Charli Turner Thorne.

    Sep 1 11:04 PM ET

  • Louisville cheerleaders subject to drug testing

    Louisville will implement drug testing for members of its spirit teams after following the overdose death of a 22-year-old cheerleader.

    Aug 29 5:37 PM ET

  • Lin Dunn: Reflecting on five decades, Part 2

    From high-fiving President Obama to summarizing the greatest lessons she learned on the sidelines, Indiana Fever coach Lin Dunn shares her favorite moments and words of wisdom.

    Aug 28 12:47 PM ET | By Lin Dunn

  • Lin Dunn: Reflecting on five decades

    Lin Dunn always thought she was a better basketball player than coach. Trouble was, she wasn't always allowed to play hoops. Indiana's coach reflects on her career, the constant fight against discrimination, and her many mentors and friends along the way.

    Aug 28 12:46 PM ET | By Lin Dunn

  • Team USA Has So Many Terrific Players, Not Enough Spots

    The U.S. women's basketball team will be favored in the world championship no matter whom it selects, but deciding which superb players to leave off the squad will be brutally difficult, writes Mechelle Voepel.

    Aug 26 5:26 PM ET | By Mechelle Voepel

  • Time Is Right For New Notre Dame Soccer Coach Theresa Romagnolo

    Yes, having two young daughters, including a newborn, complicates things, but new Notre Dame soccer coach Theresa Romagnolo couldn't pass up the chance to become one of the too-few women heading a major college program.

    Aug 26 4:23 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • USC AD Haden hospitalized over weekend

    USC athletic director Pat Haden was hospitalized twice over the weekend.

    Aug 25 11:59 AM ET | By Chantel Jennings and Ivan Maisel

  • Athletes, assaults and Title IX inaction

    "Outside the Lines" reporting shows that two colleges likely violated federal law for not investigating assault allegations.

    Aug 25 6:32 AM ET | By Paula Lavigne and Nicole Noren

  • Judge asked to reject NCAA head-injury deal

    A former San Diego State football player wants a judge to reject the proposed settlement of a class-action lawsuit against the NCAA, saying it will deny billions in damages to athletes who suffered head injuries.

    Aug 24 3:13 PM ET