Oct 25 | By Graham Hays
Momentum is building to allow coaches in most NCAA sports to recruit some athletes from professional teams, according to the head of an NCAA committee that has proposed the major rule change.
Oct 20 9:07 PM ET | By Tom Farrey
It isn't often that a combination of players like this comes along. The front line for Stanford women's soccer is raising the Cardinal above the rest of the nation and undoubtedly into the NCAA tournament.
Oct 20 1:54 PM ET | By Graham Hays
Oct 18 | By Graham Hays
The position of goalkeeper doesn't get much respect in women's soccer. Rutgers is changing that by having Erin Guthrie train with someone who's just as close to the net -- pro GK Karina LeBlanc.
Oct 13 | By Graham Hays
Oct 12 | By Graham Hays
South Carolina's women's soccer program used to garner such little respect that even some of the state's native players didn't know about the school in their backyard. That's all changing.
Oct 6 12:25 PM ET | By Graham Hays
Oct 4 | By Graham Hays
It's not abnormal to find a British player on an NCAA soccer roster, but the number of women crossing the Atlantic to play college ball has greatly increased over the past decade.
Sep 29 2:13 PM ET | By Graham Hays
Sep 27 | By Graham Hays
The transition from high school to college isn't always easy -- especially for a highly touted student-athlete. BU men's hockey player Alex Chiasson and LSU softball pitcher Rachele Fico are adjusting to life as freshmen.
Sep 25 | By Patrick Carney
In one of the poorest countries in the Western Hemisphere, young girls await a chance. Soccer isn't a solution to their disadvantages, but the tools past and present NCAA players are providing are a spark for change.
Sep 22 3:48 PM ET | By Graham Hays
Sep 21 | By Graham Hays
From academics to Title IX to civil rights, the late Myles Brand did his best to keep intercollegiate athletics on the right path.
Sep 17 | By Richard Lapchick
A pair of Notre Dame sophomores, Melissa Henderson and Courtney Barg, are the key to the Irish's future success.
Sep 16 3:26 PM ET | By Graham Hays
Sep 14 3:02 PM ET | By Graham Hays
Two years of back-to-back injuries -- the same injury -- would leave most players jaded. But Jordan Angeli returns to Santa Clara soccer after two ACL tears carrying optimism for herself and the Broncos.
Sep 8 | By Graham Hays
Sep 7 | By Graham Hays
Robyn DesOrmeaux believed that winning wasn't everything, but she certainly knew how to win. LSU's winningest goaltender taught that lesson and more to those who knew her before she lost a five-year battle with cancer at age 27.
Sep 1 | By Graham Hays
Aug 30 | By Graham Hays
Kelly Amonte Hiller went from being an assistant coach to turning Northwestern women's lacrosse into a championship dynasty in only eight years. Now the Wildcats are using the same formula to resurrect their field hockey program under Tracey Fuchs.
Aug 28 | By Patrick Carney
The late Sen. Ted Kennedy changed the world of sports forever with his steadfast support of Title IX, paving the way for increased opportunities for women to compete in high school and collegiate athletics.
Aug 26 | By Mike Fish
North Carolina seniors Casey Nogueira and Tobin Heath know how to make noise on the soccer field. But when it comes to being leaders, they shy away. Or so they think.
Aug 25 5:38 PM ET | By Graham Hays
Aug 24 | By Graham Hays
Aug 24 | By Graham Hays