College Sports Archive

  • 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

  • FSU's Winston takes field against Yankees

    In little more than a month, Jameis Winston went from leading the Florida State Seminoles to the BCS National Championship to serving as a fifth-inning defensive replacement in a spring training baseball game against the Yankees.

    Feb 25 6:38 PM ET | By Wallace Matthews

  • Notebook: UCLA's Stephany LaRosa catching on quickly

    Hays: UCLA's LaRosa catching on quickly

    When UCLA needed a catcher last fall, all-conference shortstop Stephany LaRosa went behind the plate for the first time in her life, but she already looks like a natural for the undefeated Bruins.

    Feb 25 3:31 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Temple to spare crew teams thanks to donation

    Temple University will spare men's and women's crew from the chopping block after $5.5 million was pledged to restore a city boathouse.

    Feb 24 7:18 PM ET

  • Oregon St.: Wetzler's 11-game ban 'too harsh'

    Oregon State pitcher Ben Wetzler must sit out the team's first 11 games under a penalty imposed by the NCAA.

    Feb 21 10:03 PM ET

  • O'Bannon suit vs. NCAA OK'd to go to trial

    Ed O'Bannon's class-action antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA will go to trial barring a settlement, a federal judge ruled Thursday in Oakland, Calif.

    Feb 20 11:32 PM ET

  • Carbo overloading: OU reports pasta pile-on

    According to the The Oklahoman, three unnamed Oklahoma student-athletes ate more pasta than the NCAA rules allowed for during a graduation banquet.

    Feb 19 9:12 PM ET | By Jake Trotter

  • Softball power rankings: IPFW ace a big-time talent

    Hays: IPFW ace a big-time talent

    Pitcher Miranda Kramer doesn't have her IPFW team in our rankings, but after leading the Mastodons past Texas, it's clear she's not someone the power programs should want to face.

    Feb 19 5:06 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Softball notebook: Freshmen brighten Missouri's forecast

    Hays: Freshmen brighten Missouri's forecast

    Trying to move on from the Chelsea Thomas era and scrambling its schedule at the last minute, Missouri prospered in a tournament at Baylor behind freshman pitchers Tori Finucane and Casey Stangel.

    Feb 18 12:40 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Short-handed UConn remains No. 1 in AP poll

    Connecticut remains No. 1 in The Associated Press poll Monday after winning its only game this week.

    Feb 17 3:41 PM ET

  • Softball Power Rankings: Arizona State leads the way

    Hays: Arizona State leads the way in Power Rankings

    Arizona State ace Dallas Escobedo started strong in the Kajikawa Classic as the Sun Devils kicked off their season with a 6-0 start and the top spot in our weekly softball Power Rankings.

    Feb 13 7:35 AM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Rutgers paying $11.5M exit fee to leave AAC

    Rutgers will pay an $11.5 million exit fee to leave the American Athletic Conference, the school and league announced Wednesday.

    Feb 12 9:47 PM ET | By Brett McMurphy

  • More autonomy possible for power conferences

    A seven-member steering committee with the NCAA's Division I Board of Directors is working to provide wealthier conferences with "a range" of autonomy and hopes to have a new structure in place by August.

    Feb 12 8:18 PM ET | By Heather Dinich

  • Kent St. bans wrestler after anti-gay tweets

    Kent State has suspended a member of its wrestling team indefinitely for a series of tweets, including one directed at Missouri All-American defensive lineman Michael Sam.

    Feb 11 5:39 PM ET

  • Softball notebook: Freshmen find early success at Stanford

    Hays: Freshman pitching duo finds early success at Stanford

    Stanford is out to prove that Carley Hoover plus Madi Schreyer plus four years of pitching opportunity will add up to a first national softball title for the Cardinal.

    Feb 11 2:51 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Boston College claims fifth straight Beanpot

    Boston College coach Jerry York had seen all kinds of goals during his storied career. None of them were quite like Patrick Brown's game-winner that sent the Eagles to their school-record fifth straight Beanpot title Monday night.

    Feb 11 1:28 AM ET