College Sports Archive

  • UConn settles for $1.3M in sex assault lawsuit

    The University of Connecticut will pay $1.3 million to settle a lawsuit by five women who alleged the school did not take seriously their claims of sexual assaults on campus.

    Jul 18 5:15 PM ET

  • NCAA to vote on changes to governing body

    The NCAA's board of directors will vote Aug. 7 on a modified proposal to change how the governing body works.

    Jul 18 1:22 PM ET

  • Gellerman reaches men's Publinks quarters

    In between his rounds Thursday at the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship, Michael Gellerman felt a little uncertain about his game.

    Jul 17 9:07 PM ET

  • Trial date moved in ex-Lady Vols officials' suit

    The trial date for a lawsuit filed by former Tennessee associate director of sports medicine Jenny Moshak and two ex-Lady Vols strength coaches against the university has been moved to June 23, 2015.

    Jul 17 8:53 PM ET

  • Hossler, Murray in lead at Southern Amateur

    Beau Hossler had a 4-under 68 in a second round that featured eight birdies Thursday to tie Grayson Murray atop the leaderboard at the 108th Southern Amateur.

    Jul 17 8:22 PM ET

  • Bama coach to leave after 6 gymnastics titles

    Alabama gymnastics coach Sarah Patterson is stepping down after leading the Crimson Tide to six national titles in 36 seasons.

    Jul 17 5:34 PM ET

  • Kentucky's Reed winner of Golden Spikes Award

    Pitcher/infielder A.J. Reed of Kentucky won the Golden Spikes Award as the top amateur baseball player in the U.S., becoming just the third two-way player to receive the honor.

    Jul 17 2:14 PM ET

  • Michigan gets grant for mental health initiative

    The University of Michigan has received a grant from the NCAA to develop and evaluate a program for supporting mental health initiatives for student-athletes.

    Jul 16 9:07 PM ET

  • Towns, Turner win top prep athlete awards

    Karl Towns Jr., a 7-footer headed to Kentucky to play basketball, and Brianna Turner, a Notre Dame recruit, were honored Tuesday night as the national prep athletes of the year.

    Jul 16 12:09 AM ET

  • UCLA's Holiday retires due to head injuries

    UCLA guard Lauren Holiday is ending her college basketball career after just 12 games over two seasons because of repeated head injuries.

    Jul 15 7:52 PM ET

  • Emmert paid $1.7M as NCAA revenues go up

    NCAA President Mark Emmert received $1.707 million in compensation in 2012-13, a year in which the governing body turned a $32 million profit.

    Jul 14 9:00 PM ET

  • Voepel: Can Sparks turn win into consistency?

    Big sister Nneka Ogwumike came out on the winning end of her first WNBA meeting with Chiney Ogwumike, but the game was really about two teams going in opposite directions.

    Jul 13 | By Mechelle Voepel

  • Survey: Colleges failing on sexual assaults

    A survey of colleges and universities finds a lack of coordination between many campuses and local law enforcement in handling sexual assaults, and that many schools have gone years without investigating such cases.

    Jul 10 11:37 AM ET

  • NCAA president calls for 'scholarships for life'

    NCAA president Mark Emmert told a Senate panel Wednesday that college athletes should receive "scholarships for life."

    Jul 9 9:07 PM ET

  • Cyphers: Federal judge Wilken will decide O'Bannon vs. NCAA case

    She's chief justice of the court that will hear four hard-fought and potentially earth-shaking sports litigation suits this year. And as the judge who will decide Ed O'Bannon vs. NCAA, she herself may decide the fate of college sports.

    Jul 9 11:38 AM ET | By Luke Cyphers

  • Former Duke guard Jones transferring to Baylor

    Alexis Jones is going to Baylor after starting every game she played at Duke the past two seasons.

    Jul 8 7:03 AM ET

  • RIP: Temple softball program officially died today

    Friedell: RIP, Temple softball

    On July 1, the Owls softball program is officially dead. Now two dozen players and coaches must find new life somewhere else.

    Jul 7 1:19 PM ET | By Dan Friedell

  • Texas Tech suspends Battle for role in fight

    Texas Tech guard Amber Battle has been suspended for a month for her involvement in a fight with a football player at the university's recreation center.

    Jul 4 5:33 PM ET

  • Summitt to stay Vols' head coach emeritus

    Pat Summitt will remain the Tennessee women's basketball head coach emeritus next season and can continue holding the position as long as she wants it.

    Jul 4 11:48 AM ET

  • Northwestern files brief to NLRB for appeal

    Northwestern University on Thursday urged the National Labor Relations Board to overturn a regional ruling that would allow its scholarship football players to unionize, holding up the football program as exemplifying the university's integration of athle

    Jul 4 12:50 AM ET

  • Charge dropped against ex-UNC professor

    A prosecutor says he has dismissed a felony fraud charge against a former North Carolina professor linked to a scandal involving academics and athletics.

    Jul 3 8:25 PM ET

  • Boise State to pay $2.3M in AAC settlement

    Boise State has settled a lawsuit with the American Athletic Conference that was first filed a year ago claiming the university owed $5 million in exit fees.

    Jul 3 8:05 PM ET

  • War hero, Olympian of 'Unbroken' fame dies

    An Olympic distance runner and World War II veteran who survived 47 days on a raft in the Pacific after his bomber crashed, then endured two years in Japanese prison camps, has died. Louis Zamperini was 97.

    Jul 3 3:26 PM ET

  • Voepel: How #Chillin4Charity caught fire

    Arizona coach Niya Butts has united the women's college basketball nation with Chillin4Charity, which raises money for the Kay Yow Cancer Fund.

    Jul 3 | By Mechelle Voepel

  • Gymnast Jacob is top female college athlete

    Alabama's Kim Jacob, who won the all-around title at this year's NCAA women's gymnastics championships, was awarded the Honda Cup as the Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year on Monday.

    Jul 1