After coming out of nowhere to win the 2013-14 SEC regular-season race, Charlie Creme writes that South Carolina is the overwhelming conference favorite this season.
Nov 6 | By Charlie Creme
With a roster full of veterans and coach Holly Warlick more comfortable at the head of the table, this season's Tennessee squad seems reminiscent of Lady Vols teams of old that dominated defensively and on the boards.
Nov 5 | By Mechelle Voepel
New internal NCAA emails offer a glimpse into how the organization questioned its own decision-making leading up to the unprecedented sanctions levied against Penn State in 2012.
Nov 5 6:27 PM ET | By Josh Moyer
The Tennessee women's basketball team has suspended four players for academic reasons.
Nov 5 6:05 PM ET
The Big Ten's best team this season might be the league's newest member. But first, Maryland must adjust to graduating its best player in program history.
Nov 5 | By Graham Hays
Northeastern coach Tracey Leone and her husband, Harvard coach Ray Leone, have fashioned a unique partnership, working with each other at various schools and raising a daughter together. The only thing they haven't done: square off as head coaches.
Nov 5 2:19 PM ET | By Graham Hays
Irish All-Americans come and go, but even without a championship to show in four consecutive Final Fours, Notre Dame has become part of women's college basketball's ruling class.
Nov 4 | By Graham Hays
Lauren Hill, a freshman for Mount St. Joseph's with inoperable brain cancer, took a pass in the post and hit a left-handed layup just 17 seconds into Sunday's game against Hiram College.
Nov 4 4:28 PM ET | By Alyssa Roenigk
Ohio State freshman guard Kianna Holland will miss the 2014-15 season after injuring a knee during practice and undergoing surgery.
Nov 4 4:01 PM ET
Connecticut's Breanna Stewart and Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis are in a class by themselves.
Nov 4 3:59 PM ET
With Santa Clara clinging to NCAA tournament hopes, Sofia Huerta scored twice to beat Gonzaga and had a spectacular unassisted game winner against archrival Portland to earn our weekly honor.
Nov 4 3:34 PM ET | By Graham Hays
The University of North Carolina faces more scrutiny by an accrediting agency after details emerged on an academic scandal.
Nov 4 11:20 AM ET
In five things you need to know about soccer, Graham Hays looks at schools such as Valparaiso and Stephen F. Austin that went undefeated in league play but still must navigate treacherous conference tournaments to earn a spot in the NCAA tourney.
Nov 3 2:01 PM ET | By Graham Hays
Two-time defending national champion UConn is the unanimous No. 1 as espnW.com's panel of contributors cast their preseason rankings.
Nov 3 2:00 AM ET
ESPN's women's college basketball regular-season schedule for 2014-15.
Nov 3 3:19 AM ET
Crystal Primm, the No. 46 senior prospect in the nation, joins the crowd in coach Joanne P. McCallie's outstanding 2015 recruiting class.
Nov 1 9:16 AM ET | By Dan Olson
Ohio State freshman forward Chelsea Mitchell is expected to miss the 2014-15 season after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in her knee during practice last week.
Oct 31 6:31 PM ET
The Dave Brandon era in the Michigan athletic department officially ended Friday afternoon.
Oct 31 4:11 PM ET | By Dan Murphy
WNBA star Elena Delle Donne was brought to tears the more she read about Mount St. Joseph freshman Lauren Hill, who has inoperable brain cancer.
Oct 30 10:33 PM ET
Geno Auriemma and his UConn Huskies will begin the season the same way they ended the last one -- atop The Associated Press women's basketball poll.
Oct 30 3:54 PM ET
Iowa State says that former Cyclones football coach and Florida State and Vanderbilt athletic director Clay Stapleton has died.
Oct 30 2:48 PM ET
Defending national champion UConn is the unanimous choice to win the American Athletic Conference.
Oct 30 12:55 PM ET
Melanie Balcomb prepares for the future by getting one of the brightest junior prospects in the nation in Chassity Carter of Dickson County in Tennessee.
Oct 29 10:19 PM ET | By Dan Olson
ACC commissioner John Swofford believes the independent investigation into the academic scandal at North Carolina only will help the NCAA in pursuing its case against the Tar Heels.
Oct 29 5:30 PM ET | By Andy Katz
NCAA president Mark Emmert said Monday that findings from a recent investigation into academic fraud at the University of North Carolina are troubling, disturbing and shocking.
Oct 29 11:17 AM ET