College Sports Archive

  • Summitt receives Annie Oakley Society award

    Former Tennessee women's basketball coach Pat Summitt has received a lifetime achievement award from the Annie Oakley Society.

    Jun 13 12:20 AM ET

  • Princeton's Julia Ratcliffe wins hammer title at NCAAs

    Jennings: Julia Ratcliffe wins hammer title at NCAAs

    The highlight of the NCAA women's outdoor track and field championships Wednesday was Kiwi hammer thrower Julia Ratcliffe, who gave Princeton its first individual category win in the history of its program.

    Jun 12 1:22 PM ET | By Chantel Jennings

  • Clemmons: UVa putting it all together

    With the addition of a strong pitching corps, Virginia is now a complete team just in time for a run at the national championship.

    Jun 12 9:34 AM ET | By Anna Katherine Clemmons

  • Ex-Bama WR Prothro testifies in O'Bannon case

    Tyrone Prothro made a play so spectacular it's known in Alabama as "The Catch," immortalized both in photos and an advertising campaign by automaker Pontiac.

    Jun 12 8:56 AM ET

  • Oregon frosh Cheserek wins 10,000 at NCAAs

    Oregon freshman Edward Cheserek surged on the final lap to win the 10,000 meters at the NCAA track and field championships Wednesday night.

    Jun 12 1:40 AM ET

  • San Diego St. gives Gwynn 1-year extension

    Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn has been given a one-year contract extension as baseball coach at San Diego State.

    Jun 11 10:09 PM ET

  • Arkansas State's Sharika Nelvis overcoming life's hurdles

    Jennings: Arkansas State's Nelvis overcoming life's hurdles

    Life hasn't always been kind to Sharika Nelvis, but it has provided the strength to make the Arkansas State standout the top-seeded 100-meter hurdler at this weekend's NCAA track and field championship.

    Jun 11 4:43 PM ET | By Chantel Jennings

  • Smith: Ogwumikes partner with UNICEF to aid Nigeria

    #BringBackOurGirls has not brought the girls back, but Chiney and Nneka Ogwumike have partnered with UNICEF in a fundraising effort aimed to benefit one million girls in northern Nigeria.

    Jun 11 | By Michelle Smith

  • Arkansas State's Sharika Nelvis overcoming life's hurdles

    Jennings: Five burning questions for NCAA track and field championships

    Can consummate bridesmaid Oregon break through? Is everything bigger -- and better -- in Texas? Chantel Jennings answers five burning questions heading into the NCAA track and field championship.

    Jun 11 8:29 AM ET | By Chantel Jennings

  • Economist: NCAA coaches reaping benefits

    Economist Roger Noll doesn't have the name recognition of former UCLA basketball star Ed O'Bannon, but he might be just as important to the future of college athletics. Noll spent an entire day testifying Tuesday in the O'Bannon-NCAA trial.

    Jun 10 10:15 PM ET | By Tom Farrey and Lester Munson

  • Both UConn hoops teams visit White House

    It was double the celebration at the White House for the University of Connecticut.

    Jun 10 10:29 AM ET

  • Ex-K-State G Romero transferring to Florida St.

    Leticia Romero, who had a protracted dispute with Kansas State before getting her release to transfer last month, has signed to play for Florida State's women's basketball program.

    Jun 10 3:25 AM ET | By Mechelle Voepel

  • O'Bannon takes stand in case against NCAA

    Ed O'Bannon, the lead plaintiff in a landmark antitrust suit against the NCAA, took the stand and said his goal at UCLA wasn't to get a degree but to get two years of college experience before being drafted into the NBA.

    Jun 9 8:42 PM ET

  • Arizona State baseball coach Esmay resigns

    Arizona State baseball coach Tim Esmay has resigned after five seasons.

    Jun 9 5:16 PM ET

  • Vanderbilt, Texas Tech reach CWS

    The Vanderbilt Commodores weren't quite sure what to think of themselves a few weeks ago.

    Jun 9 1:25 AM ET

  • Texas blanks Houston, headed back to CWS

    C.J Hinojosa drove in two runs and Parker French pitched six scoreless innings as Texas beat Houston 4-0 on Saturday to win an NCAA super regional and advance to the College World Series.

    Jun 8 7:58 PM ET

  • Pac-12 restates call for broad NCAA reform

    Pac-12 university presidents and chancellors reiterated the conference's call for reform in college athletics at the conclusion of its summer meetings.

    Jun 8 7:16 PM ET

  • Long-awaited O'Bannon-NCAA trial begins

    A trial beginning Monday will decide whether the NCAA must pay college athletes for its use of their likenesses in television broadcasts, video games and other consumer products.

    Jun 8 4:46 PM ET | By Lester Munson

  • Loyd, U.S. women win 3 on 3 basketball title

    Jewell Loyd led the U.S. women's basketball 3 on 3 team to a world championship Sunday night, beating Russia in the title game.

    Jun 8 4:37 PM ET

  • Louisville rallies past upstart Kennesaw St.

    Louisville freshman Nick Solak hit a two-run double in the bottom of the eighth inning, helping the Cardinals rally to a 5-3 win over Kennesaw State on Friday in an NCAA super regional.

    Jun 7 2:22 AM ET

  • Cal assistant hired as BU women's hoops coach

    Boston University has hired Cal assistant Katy Steding to lead the women's basketball program.

    Jun 6 2:56 PM ET | By Jack McCluskey

  • Chattanooga extends deal for coach Foster

    Chattanooga has extended the contract of women's basketball coach Jim Foster by a year after his debut season with the Mocs.

    Jun 5 3:44 PM ET

  • Smith: Paris finally finds her way in WNBA

    She was one of the most dominant NCAA players of the past decade, but Courtney Paris struggled to find a spot in the WNBA. Five seasons after being drafted No. 7 overall, she's a regular starter for Tulsa.

    Jun 5 | By Michelle Smith

  • Finalists set for college baseball's top player

    Oregon State teammates Michael Conforto and Ben Wetzler are among five finalists for the Dick Howser Trophy, given to college baseball's top player.

    Jun 5 1:27 PM ET