College Sports Archive

  • Why Magic Johnson thought the Sparks needed a change

    Just how involved has Magic Johnson been with the Sparks this season? Watching the game films in Italy during his vacation, he could see L.A. was struggling and needed a coaching change.

    Aug 22 1:49 PM ET | By Ramona Shelburne

  • Lady Vols' Russell (foot) to miss '14-15 season

    Tennessee center Mercedes Russell is expected to miss the entire 2014-15 season to give her time to recover from a history of foot problems.

    Aug 21 5:11 PM ET

  • Why Athletic Departments Are Clueless About Handling Sexual Assaults

    As detailed in a stunning report from "Outside The Lines," college athletic departments have a baffling amount of sway in investigating alleged sexual assaults by athletes. Former NCAA basketball player Kate Fagan explains how and why that happens.

    Aug 21 4:06 PM ET | By Kate Fagan

  • 5 Burning Questions For The NCAA Women's Soccer Season

    With a superstar at Virginia and a potential super team at UCLA, this is sure to be a high-wattage season in college soccer. Graham Hays looks ahead with five burning questions.

    Aug 21 1:24 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • New Mexico AD on hazing: 'We failed' players

    University of New Mexico athletic director Paul Krebs said Wednesday that there's no question there was hazing by the women's soccer team and that alcohol played a role.

    Aug 20 9:30 PM ET

  • Martinez succeeds Gwynn as SDSU coach

    Mark Martinez was promoted Wednesday to head baseball coach at San Diego State, succeeding the late Tony Gwynn.

    Aug 20 8:52 PM ET

  • UNM nixes soccer game after alleged hazing

    The University of New Mexico says campus officials are investigating a potential hazing incident that allegedly occurred this past Sunday involving the women's soccer team.

    Aug 20 1:04 AM ET

  • MAC, ESPN agree to new 13-year media deal

    The Mid-American Conference and ESPN have agreed to a new 13-year media rights deal through 2026-27.

    Aug 19 5:47 PM ET | By Brett McMurphy

  • Maryland to guarantee athletic scholarships

    The University of Maryland says it will start guaranteeing scholarships to students-athletes until they graduate, regardless of injury or on-field performance.

    Aug 19 4:29 PM ET

  • Lawsuit: Tulsa failed to protect woman from player

    The Department of Education is investigating 76 colleges and universities for their handling of Title IX complaints. A lawsuit filed in federal court alleges that the University of Tulsa failed to protect a student from sexual assault.

    Aug 19 2:51 PM ET | By Paula Lavigne

  • Former Iowa coach denies bullying players

    Longtime Iowa women's field hockey coach Tracey Griesbaum tells The Associated Press that her firing was unwarranted and was based on false claims by former players that she bullied and mistreated them.

    Aug 18 3:58 PM ET

  • Former BC player Griffin drowns in Nantucket

    Corey Griffin, a former hockey player for Boston College and Babson College who was in Nantucket raising funds for ALS research in honor of his friend Pete Frates, drowned early Sunday morning.

    Aug 17 7:44 PM ET

  • Terps' lacrosse player not guilty in assault case

    Police have charged a University of Maryland lacrosse player with sexual battery after a concertgoer reported that she had been assaulted.

    Aug 15 11:48 AM ET

  • TCU's Schlossnagle gets extension through '20

    TCU baseball coach Jim Schlossnagle has signed a contract extension through the 2020 season after leading the Horned Frogs to their second College World Series in five seasons.

    Aug 14 10:14 PM ET

  • MVP candidates Maya Moore, Diana Taurasi have had seasons to savor

    The individual brilliance of leading MVP candidates Maya Moore and Diana Taurasi has been the WNBA's most compelling subplot of 2014, writes Mechelle Voepel.

    Aug 14 | By Mechelle Voepel

  • Fagan: Becky Hammon was born to coach

    Becky Hammon, named an assistant coach for the Spurs on Tuesday, has always seen the game through a coach's lens, as if basketball's X's and O's had been coded into her DNA, writes Kate Fagan.

    Aug 5 | By Kate Fagan

  • Voepel: Coaching made Mystics' Latta a better baller

    Ivory Latta's one season as an assistant coach at North Carolina already has made her a more patient player and helped prime the guard for a bigger leadership role in Washington as the Mystics take aim at a playoff berth.

    Aug 7 | By Mechelle Voepel

  • Boeh leaving job as Fresno's AD for new role

    Thomas Boeh is leaving his job as Fresno State's athletic director for a new position at the university.

    Aug 12 9:24 PM ET

  • Michigan, Mich. St. to play at Soldier Field

    Rivals Michigan and Michigan State will face off in the Hockey City Classic on Feb. 7, 2015, at Soldier Field in Chicago, Michigan State coach Tom Anastos told the Detroit Free Press.

    Aug 12 9:22 AM ET

  • Slive: College sports in 'historic evolution'

    Southeastern Conference commissioner Mike Slive says college sports is undergoing a 'historic evolution.'

    Aug 11 2:01 PM ET

  • U.S. under-18 team wins FIBA Americas crown

    A'ja Wilson led the U.S. under-18 women to the FIBA Americas title, scoring 25 points in 21 minutes in a 104-74 victory over Canada on Saturday night.

    Aug 11 7:09 AM ET

  • Emmert: NCAA will appeal O'Bannon ruling

    Mark Emmert said Sunday that college sports' largest governing will appeal Friday's federal court decision that gives athletes a right to some of the millions of dollars they help generate.

    Aug 10 2:00 PM ET

  • O'Bannon: NCAA ruling is 'just the beginning'

    In his first extensive interview since a federal judge ruled that college athletes can share in the billions of dollars generated from broadcast and other media contracts, Ed O'Bannon said that he is satisfied with the gains made by athletes.

    Aug 10 10:09 AM ET | By Tom Farrey

  • Hoosiers hire Moren as new basketball coach

    Indiana hired Teri Moren as its new head coach Saturday.

    Aug 9 10:54 PM ET

  • Judge rules against NCAA in O'Bannon case

    Major college football and men's basketball student-athletes could be in line for paydays worth thousands of dollars once they leave school after a landmark ruling Friday that might change the way the NCAA does business.

    Aug 9 6:20 PM ET