College Sports Archive

  • Franklin sets mark at swim championships

    Olympian Missy Franklin set a record in winning her first NCAA title for California on Friday, and Georgia stretched its lead in the team standings on the second day of the NCAA women's swimming and diving championships.

    Mar 22 9:22 AM ET

  • Penn State clings to lead at NCAA wrestling

    Minnesota has the numbers to dethrone three-time defending national wrestling titlist Penn State. Oklahoma State is in the mix in the NCAA championships, too.

    Mar 22 2:03 AM ET

  • Penn St. in position for 4th wrestling title in row

    Things weren't perfect for Penn State on opening day at the NCAA wrestling championships, but the Nittany Lions still are in position to win their fourth straight national title.

    Mar 21 1:22 AM ET

  • Gophers' Wilcox 1 of 10 Hobey Baker candidates

    Minnesota sophomore goalie Adam Wilcox is among the 10 candidates for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award.

    Mar 20 1:08 PM ET

  • Hays: Arizona senior pitcher Kenzie Fowler won't give in

    Hays: Arizona pitcher Kenzie Fowler won't give in

    Kenzie Fowler was the next big thing at Arizona as a freshman five years ago, but after back and concussion woes derailed her career, she's just happy to be pitching again.

    Mar 20 10:26 AM ET | By Graham Hays

  • UMass Lowell throws no-hitter, falls to Yale

    UMass Lowell's Raz Bracha and Garrett Cole combined to pitch the sixth no-hitter in school history, but the River Hawks lost to Yale 1-0 on a squeeze bunt Wednesday.

    Mar 20 9:29 AM ET

  • Irish hire Romagnolo as women's soccer coach

    Notre Dame has hired Dartmouth's women's soccer coach Theresa Romagnolo (roh-muh-NELL-oh) to replace Randy Waldrum, who left to become coach of the expansion Houston Dash of the National Women's Soccer League.

    Mar 19 5:25 PM ET

  • Softball power rankings: In latest twist, UCLA's No. 1

    Hays: In latest power rankings twist, UCLA's No. 1

    In the latest twist to a topsy-turvy season, UCLA rode a three-game sweep of Arizona State and the pitching of Jessica Hall and Ally Carda to the top of our power rankings.

    Mar 19 12:30 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Notebook: Arkansas' Devon Wallace is mighty good

    Hays: Arkansas' Wallace is mighty good

    On an Arkansas team that emphasizes patience and power, Devon Wallace has combined the two to become a slugger for the modern age.

    Mar 18 2:13 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Oregon sweeps NCAA team indoor track titles

    Phyllis Francis had two record-setting runs and Edward Cheserek swept the distance races to help Oregon win the team titles Saturday night in the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships.

    Mar 16 4:15 PM ET

  • Bowling Green grabs no-hitter against Bucknell

    Bowling Green's Brett Fitzwater and Chris Miller combined to throw the ninth no-hitter in school history, striking out eight in a 7-0 victory over Bucknell on Friday.

    Mar 15 12:54 AM ET

  • SEC granted postseason replay in baseball

    The Southeastern Conference will use experimental instant replay rules during its conference baseball tournament in May.

    Mar 13 7:00 PM ET

  • Softball power rankings: Texas A&M playing smart

    Hays: Texas A&M playing smart with Tysarczyk head of the class

    Senior Cassie Tysarczyk has never been the star for Texas A&M, but her smart play has the Aggies making waves in this week's espnW power rankings.

    Mar 12 3:29 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Notebook: Arizona State's Dallas Escobedo finding her groove

    Hays: Arizona State's Escobedo finding her groove

    Three years after leading her team to the Women's College World Series title, Arizona State senior ace Dallas Escobedo is finally hitting her comfort zone.

    Mar 11 2:50 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Trio combine for first Bama no-hitter since '42

    Alabama's Justin Kamplain, Jay Shaw and Geoffrey Bramblett combined to throw the school's first nine-inning no-hitter since 1942 as the Crimson Tide defeated Mississippi Valley State 7-0 on Saturday.

    Mar 9 4:04 AM ET

  • BYU's Mahoney tosses no-hitter vs. Nicholls St.

    BYU sophomore right-hander Kolton Mahoney threw the seventh no-hitter in school history, striking out 11 in a 5-0 victory over Nicholls State on Thursday.

    Mar 7 12:30 AM ET

  • Gay ND tennis player: Support overwhelming

    Notre Dame tennis player Matt Dooley said the hardest person to tell he was gay was himself.

    Mar 6 7:23 PM ET

  • Softball power rankings: Gators rise to the top

    Hays: Florida rises to top of softball power rankings

    Arizona State's three losses last week mean we have a new No. 1, and, for the first time in a long time, it's an SEC team that's in the top spot.

    Mar 5 2:40 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Notebook: Hofstra pitcher Morgan Lashley long on talent

    Hays: Hofstra's Lashley long on talent

    Hofstra coach Bill Edwards always seems to come up with top-notch pitching, and 5-foot-3 Army transfer Morgan Lashley is proving to be another big find.

    Mar 4 2:48 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Jax State's Bishop ties NCAA mark with 10 ABs

    Jacksonville State's Michael Bishop tied an NCAA Division I record with 10 at-bats, getting his fifth hit of the game in the bottom of the 17th inning to beat Kennesaw State 9-8 on Sunday.

    Mar 3 6:31 AM ET

  • Police open case into alleged Missouri rape

    A spokesman for the Columbia Police Department confirmed detectives have begun an investigation into allegations that a former Missouri swimmer had been sexually assaulted in 2010, possibly by more than one member of the football team.

    Mar 1 10:27 PM ET | By Nicole Noren and Tom Farrey

  • OTL: Missouri informs police of alleged rape

    The University of Missouri released a statement Sunday saying university police have turned over to municipal police names and information about the alleged rape of former Tigers swimmer Sasha Menu Courey, who committed suicide in 2011.

    Mar 1 10:27 PM ET | By Tom Farrey and Nicole Noren

  • OTL: Mizzou didn't pursue alleged assault

    The University of Missouri did not investigate or tell law enforcement officials about an alleged rape in 2010, possibly by one or more members of its football team, despite several university officials learning the victim may have been assaulted.

    Mar 1 10:26 PM ET | By Tom Farrey and Nicole Noren

  • BYU to stop discussing honor code violations

    Brigham Young University athletic director Tom Holmoe says the school will no longer comment about athletes who are suspended for violating the honor code.

    Feb 26 7:43 PM ET

  • Softball power rankings: Arizona aims for new legacy

    Hays: Arizona aims for new legacy

    Arizona's eight national championships can be a weighty burden, so coaches are telling the Wildcats, our No. 7 team, to focus on the present. Of course, top-notch pitching makes doing that a lot easier.

    Feb 26 5:25 PM ET | By Graham Hays