Near the 10th anniversary of the death of legendary Portland coach Clive Charles, a draw with Stanford helped the Pilots move into our power rankings, showing the soccer culture he helped build is still thriving.
Sep 4 11:58 AM ET | By Graham Hays
Three-time Olympic beach volleyball champion Misty May-Treanor has a new job in the college ranks.
Sep 3 8:42 PM ET
Texas A&M's Cristina Sanchez-Quintanar is one of the best players in college tennis, but it's soccer that will always have a hold on the Spanish native's heart.
Sep 3 1:31 PM ET | By Graham Hays
North Carolina and Stanford remain 1-2 in the Week 2 women's soccer power rankings, while Florida -- following a fantastic debut from a freshman -- replaced Santa Clara at the No. 10 spot.
Aug 29 10:51 AM ET | By Graham Hays
She was the most decorated female swimmer at the London Olympics. But now, 18-year-old Missy Franklin just wants to fit in with her teammates as she begins her freshman year at Cal.
Aug 28 9:32 PM ET | By Michelle Smith
Missy Franklin feels right at home as a Cal freshman.
Aug 28 7:53 PM ET
Jessica Mendoza brings her husband and son -- plus one -- along to the Women's College World Series and finds time to eat healthy and work out away from home.
Aug 27 12:20 PM ET | By Jessica Mendoza
Yes, defending national champion North Carolina is No. 1, but loaded squads from Stanford, Penn State and Duke are eyeing the top spot in our first college soccer power rankings of the season.
Aug 22 5:18 PM ET | By Graham Hays
Prosecutors filed charges against three teenagers Tuesday after police said the boys randomly targeted an Australian baseball player as he jogged and shot him in the back, killing him, to avoid the boredom of an Oklahoma summer day.
Aug 21 2:42 AM ET
An Australian man attending an Oklahoma college on a baseball scholarship was shot and killed in what police described Monday as a random act of violence by three "bored" teenagers who decided to kill someone for the fun of it.
Aug 20 11:42 AM ET
John J. "Tinker" Connelly, who coached Northeastern baseball for 26 years and led the Huskies to the 1966 College World Series, has died. He was 85.
Aug 19 4:55 PM ET
Our five burning questions for the women's college soccer season has a familiar focus: Can anyone knock defending and 21-time national champion North Carolina off its perch?
Aug 19 3:20 PM ET | By Graham Hays
Gene Wettstone, the former Penn State men's gymnastics coach who holds the NCAA record for most team championships in that sport, has died. He was 100.
Aug 19 2:31 PM ET
Jenny Moshak has retired as Tennessee's associate director of sports medicine, less than a year after she filed a lawsuit against the university for discrimination and retaliation.
Aug 19 2:25 PM ET
Sam Mikulak didn't even look at the scoreboard. Not once. Really, it was hardly necessary.
Aug 17 5:29 PM ET
The board of directors for the new National Collegiate Hockey Conference has unanimously approved the use of shootouts to break ties in conference games.
Aug 16 11:12 AM ET
Two-time NCAA singles champion Nicole Gibbs has earned one of eight wild cards into the U.S. Open.
Aug 14 4:12 PM ET
Emma Talley won the U.S. Women's Amateur on Sunday, beating Yueer Cindy Feng 2 and 1 at the Country Club of Charleston.
Aug 11 7:52 PM ET
NCAA president Mark Emmert on Thursday said college sports’ governing body would stop selling individual jerseys and other team-related memorabilia on its website, calling the practice a “mistake” and admitting others might view it as hypocritical.
Aug 9 1:10 PM ET | By Mark Schlabach
Kansas State has rewarded baseball coach Brad Hill for the best season in school history with a new contract that will guarantee him $1.735 million over the next five years.
Aug 6 1:56 PM ET
One of three Central Michigan University soccer players who were hurt in a weekend rollover crash has died, the school said Monday.
Aug 5 7:57 PM ET
Bellator 97: Chandler proves his worth
Aug 1 8:27 AM ET | By Josh Gross
Ohio State University has announced a $5.8 million retirement package for former president Gordon Gee (ghee) following his departure from the university after comments jabbing Roman Catholics and Southeastern Conference schools.
Jul 29 6:42 PM ET
New Rutgers athletic director Julie Hermann has acknowledged she is gay in her official university biography, but says she wants to be judged solely on her ability as an athletic director.
Jul 25 3:35 PM ET | By Brett McMurphy
Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany believes change is coming to college sports.
Jul 25 2:35 PM ET | By Michael Rothstein