College Sports Archive

  • Top-seeded Minnesota reaches Frozen Four

    Justin Kloos scored twice and Adam Wilcox made 24 saves shots top help top-seeded Minnesota beat St. Cloud State 4-0 on Sunday in the NCAA West Regional final.

    Mar 31 12:44 AM ET

  • Smith: While UNC battles, Stanford breezes

    The Cardinal coasted to their ninth Elite Eight in 11 years against Penn State, while North Carolina ground out an upset over top-seed South Carolina.

    Mar 30 11:00 PM ET | By Michelle Smith

  • BC into Frozen Four after edging by Lowell

    Ian McCoshen scored with 8:44 left and top-seeded Boston College beat UMass-Lowell 4-3 on Sunday in the NCAA Northeast Regional final to reach the Frozen Four for the 11th time in 17 years.

    Mar 31 12:13 AM ET

  • Arkansas hires Dykes as women's hoops coach

    Arkansas has hired Jimmy Dykes as it's new women's basketball coach.

    Mar 30 11:14 PM ET

  • Smith: UNC 65, South Carolina 58

    North Carolina became the second No. 4 seed to topple a top seed Sunday, beating South Carolina for the second time this season to reach the Elite Eight.

    Mar 30 | By Michelle Smith

  • Hays: Thomas, Schimmel shine, but get plenty of help

    It's not that Alyssa Thomas and Shoni Schimmel can't do it all on their own. But on Sunday, with the help of teammates such as Maryland's Lauren Mincy and Louisville's Tia Gibbs and Asia Taylor, the senior stars didn't have to.

    Mar 30 | By Graham Hays

  • Smith: Stanford 82, Penn State 57

    Chiney Ogwumike scored 29 points and Stanford held Penn State star Maggie Lucas scoreless for nearly the final 30 minutes of Sunday's game to advance to the Elite Eight.

    Mar 30 | By Michelle Smith

  • Hays: Louisville 73, LSU 47

    Shoni Schimmel and Louisville were the superior team from the start, hitting 12 3-pointers and outlasting LSU's Danielle Ballard to reach the regional finals.

    Mar 30 | By Graham Hays

  • UND tops Ferris St. in 2OT to reach Frozen Four

    Sophomore goalie Zane Gothberg repeatedly saved North Dakota in the third period and the first overtime. He didn't have to wait long or do much in the second overtime before he could finally celebrate.

    Mar 30 4:05 PM ET

  • Hays: Maryland 73, Tennessee 62

    Maryland got a career-high 33 points from senior All-American Alyssa Thomas and a strong performance from its bench to topple No. 1 seed Tennessee.

    Mar 30 | By Graham Hays

  • BC, Lowell, Minn., St. Cloud advance

    Having coached Boston College's Johnny Gaudreau in junior hockey, Denver coach Jim Montgomery knew what the Pioneers might be in for against the top-seeded Eagles.

    Mar 30 3:03 AM ET

  • Cal rallies to win NCAA men's swimming title

    California coach David Durden was confident his team would end up on top Saturday night, even though the Golden Bears trailed going into the last day of the NCAA men's swimming championships.

    Mar 30 2:46 AM ET

  • Union tops Providence to reach Frozen Four

    Max Novak had a goal and an assist and top-seeded Union beat Providence 3-1 on Saturday to win the NCAA East Region championship and advance to the Frozen Four for the second time in three years.

    Mar 29 7:01 PM ET

  • UND, Union, Friars, Ferris survive and advance

    Mark MacMillan broke a tie with 1:44 to go, and North Dakota added a pair of open-net goals in the final minute Friday night, pulling away to a 5-2 victory over top-seeded Wisconsin in the NCAA tournament's Midwest Regional semifinals.

    Mar 29 10:00 AM ET

  • Host Texas leads Cal at swim championships

    California won the 200-yard medley relay in an American-record 1 minute, 22.27 seconds Friday night in the NCAA men's swimming championships, and host Texas led the Golden Bears by six points with one day left in the meet.

    Mar 29 1:16 AM ET

  • Texas Relays: Rotich, Dalton, Vollmer win titles

    Texas-El Paso junior Anthony Rotich won the steeplechase at the Texas Relays on Thursday, finishing in 8 minutes, 38.68 seconds.

    Mar 28 12:31 AM ET

  • Two tie for 50-yard freestyle title at NCAAs

    Three months ago, Alabama's Kristian Gkolomeev lived in Greece. Two months ago, Arizona's Brad Tandy was ineligible for NCAA competition.

    Mar 28 12:05 AM ET

  • Roosevelt building softball program from the ground up

    Hays: Roosevelt building from the ground up

    In the heart of Chicago, three coaches with illustrious softball backgrounds are helping bring a program to life at NAIA Roosevelt University.

    Mar 27 4:55 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • FSU's Stewart gets 4-game ban for skirmish

    Florida State outfielder DJ Stewart was suspended four games by the NCAA for his actions in a bench-clearing fracas between the No. 1-ranked Seminoles and the Florida Gators on Tuesday night in Jacksonville.

    Mar 27 8:13 AM ET

  • Texas Relays: Penn St.'s Howell, Cardina lead

    Penn State's Brittany Howell topped the heptathlon and Nittany Lions teammate Robert Cardina led the decathlon Wednesday in the Texas Relays.

    Mar 26 6:09 PM ET

  • Longhorns' Garrido becomes winningest coach

    Lukas Schiraldi cemented the family name on the mound Tuesday night, ushering in Texas coach Augie Garrido's 1,894 career victory to put him atop the list of winningest baseball coaches in history.

    Mar 26 6:06 PM ET

  • NLRB set to rule on NU players' union effort

    The National Labor Relations Board is set to decide whether scholarship football players at Northwestern University qualify as employees who can form a union.

    Mar 26 10:25 AM ET | By Lester Munson and Tom Farrey

  • Power rankings: Sierra Romero puts Michigan ahead of the pack

    Hays: Sierra Romero puts Michigan ahead of the pack

    Michigan shortstop Sierra Romero is proving to be a major headache for opposing pitchers and has the Wolverines up to No. 2 in our power rankings.

    Mar 26 9:15 AM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Married hockey coaches a winning team at Clarkson

    Married coaches a winning team

    Married co-head coaches Shannon and Matt Desrosiers led the Clarkson women's hockey team to a national title, and with a 2-year-old daughter and a son on the way, they've got the family part down pretty well, too.

    Mar 25 5:35 PM ET | By Walter Villa

  • Softball notebook: It's now or never for Temple

    Hays: Now or never for Temple

    In their final season before the program is eliminated, the Temple Owls are off to an injury-riddled 7-14 start. But with their home opener finally here, the Owls still have time to make a last stand.

    Mar 25 1:55 PM ET | By Graham Hays