The Atlantic Coast Conference and ESPN have agreed to a 12-year deal that would give the network exclusive rights to conference football and men's basketball games.
Jul 8 5:05 PM ET
The NCAA is considering whether to make icing a violation at all times during a game, including during penalty-killing situations.
Jun 23 4:36 PM ET
As a lifelong Bruin, Kelly Inouye-Perez understood the pressure associated with coaching UCLA. She's had her doubters and difficult moments but, like her national championship-winning team, rose to the occasion when it mattered most.
Jun 9 | By Graham Hays
The University of Utah has accepted an invitation to join Pac-10, conference officials said Thursday.
Jun 22 10:01 AM ET
The NCAA has approved a plan that will put more first- and second-round games of the women's Division I soccer tournament on campus sites.
Jun 18 3:47 PM ET
Iowa coach Gayle Blevins, the second-winningest softball coach in NCAA Division I history, is calling it quits after 31 seasons.
Jun 17 6:51 PM ET
A panel of college sports reformers wants to limit participation in NCAA championships to schools where at least 50 percent of the team's athletes are on track to graduate.
Jun 17 5:44 PM ET
It's never too early to start thinking about the next college softball season. From player of the year candidates to the teams to beat, here's a very early look at 2011.
Jun 14 | By Graham Hays
With Nebraska apparently headed to the Big Ten, the Pac-10 is poised to become the Pac-16. Colorado already has received an invitation, while five other invitations will be extended to Texas, Texas A&M, OU, OK State and Texas Tech, according to a source.
Jun 10 10:52 AM ET | By Ted Miller
All of a sudden, Kansas' status as a major player in college athletics has been placed in the hands of Nebraska and -- humiliation of humiliations -- archrival Missouri.
Jun 10 1:16 AM ET
University of Missouri curators appear poised to discuss the school's possible interest in joining an expanded Big Ten Conference. But any inquiring reporters need not bother asking about a move that could trigger a seismic shift in college sports.
Jun 9 11:41 AM ET
Andrea Harrison hit a grand slam, Megan Langenfeld homered for the third time in two games and UCLA put on a record-setting offensive show to beat Arizona 15-9 Tuesday night and win its 11th Women's College World Series title.
Jun 9 2:44 AM ET
The complete 2010 NCAA softball tournament schedule and results
Jun 5 | By ESPN.com
If UCLA and Arizona were newcomers to the Women's College World Series final, they might be in awe of the Game 1 classic won by the Bruins 6-5 in eight innings. But both teams are too experienced to get caught up in the moment. There's still Game 2 to play.
Jun 8 | By Graham Hays
Megan Langenfeld hit a game-ending homer in the eighth inning to give UCLA a 6-5 victory over Arizona in the opener of the Women's College World Series finals on Monday night.
Jun 8 2:57 AM ET
This Women's College World Series has shown how much the game has changed. But with a UCLA-Arizona final, it's also proven that the more things change, the more they stay the same.
Jun 7 | By Graham Hays
Caitlyn McFadden of NCAA champion Maryland has won the Honda Sports Award as the nation's top college women's lacrosse player.
Jun 7 4:57 PM ET
The Big 12 has drawn a line in the sand for Nebraska and Missouri, according to a report.
Jun 7 2:02 PM ET
Samantha Camuso crushed a three-run home run and B.B. Bates had a two-run shot as UCLA continued slugging its way through the Women's College World Series with a 5-2 win against Georgia.
Jun 6 11:07 PM ET
Jun 6 | By Graham Hays
Georgia's playing style may rub neutral fans the wrong way, but the Bulldogs have a method to their madness.
Jun 6 | By Graham Hays
Brittany Schutte homered twice and Kelsey Bruder also went deep to back a six-hit shutout by Stephanie Brombacher as Florida eliminated Missouri from the Women's College World Series with a 5-0 victory Saturday.
Jun 6 12:47 AM ET
Jun 5 8:59 PM ET | By Graham Hays
Jun 5 5:01 PM ET | By Graham Hays
Tennessee was thought to be a year or two away. Its performance in this season's WCWS is showing the future is now.
Jun 4 | By Graham Hays