College Sports Archive

  • Stanford's Rodgers claims Ben Hogan Award

    The superb spring season of Stanford's Patrick Rodgers got even better when he was selected to receive the Ben Hogan Award as the nation's top college golfer over the last 12 months.

    May 20 1:10 PM ET

  • Duke into lacrosse semis for 8th straight year

    Jordan Wolf scored five goals, and top-seeded Duke defeated Johns Hopkins 19-11 on Sunday to advance to the semifinals of the NCAA tournament.

    May 19 7:59 PM ET

  • Louisiana Tech fires baseball coach Simoneaux

    Louisiana Tech athletics director Tommy McClelland says Bulldog baseball coach Wade Simoneaux has been fired after 12 seasons.

    May 19 3:03 PM ET

  • Hays: Five burning questions for super regionals

    Hays: Five burning questions for super regionals

    Hailey Decker's four home runs, eight RBIs and five runs scored in two games led Nebraska past Missouri and into the super regionals, just one of the highlights of Sunday's softball regional finals.

    May 19 9:23 AM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Hays: No walk in the park, but N.C. State wins

    Hays: No walk in the park, but NC State wins

    NC State pitcher Emily Weiman was decidedly imperfect, walking an NCAA tournament record 11 batters, but the Wolfpack have a perfect record after beating No. 4 seed Georgia to advance to Sunday's regional final.

    May 18 9:13 AM ET | By Graham Hays

  • College of Charleston wins 23-inning game

    College of Charleston beat William & Mary 3-2 in 23 innings Friday, tying for the second-longest game in NCAA history.

    May 17 11:28 PM ET

  • Kate Fagan: Basketball's double standard in coaching ranks

    Fagan: Basketball's double standard

    The hiring of Jimmy Dykes as Arkansas women's basketball coach underscores the ways in which female coaches feel less empowered to pursue jobs -- on both the men's and women's side.

    May 17 2:53 PM ET | By Kate Fagan

  • Hays: A-Sun shines on tourney's Day 1

    Hays: A-Sun shines on tourney's Day 1

    The rise of the Atlantic Sun highlights Graham Hays' five things we learned from Day 1 of the NCAA softball tournament.

    May 17 9:56 AM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Penn State turns 2 triple plays vs. Mich. State

    Penn State had a rare double dose of triple plays against Michigan State on Friday.

    May 17 12:58 AM ET

  • Oregon St. ace suspended for off-field incident

    Oregon State coach Pat Casey suspended ace Ben Wetzler five games and ordered him to perform community service for a window-breaking incident in Corvallis, Oregon, last weekend.

    May 16 6:15 PM ET

  • HoopGurlz: Ashley Hearn jumps on wave to UCLA

    HoopGurlz: No. 13 recruit verbals to UCLA

    Ashley Hearn, the No. 13 prospect in the 2015 class, gives a verbal commitment to UCLA and ensures Cori Close another strong showing on the recruiting trail.

    May 16 3:50 PM ET

  • Gray leaving Eastern Kentucky to be Niagara AD

    Simon Gray is leaving Eastern Kentucky to take over as Niagara University's athletic director.

    May 16 12:36 PM ET

  • O'Bannon plaintiffs prefer not to have jury trial

    Current and former athletes who claim in a lawsuit the NCAA is violating antitrust laws by not compensating players even as the organization sells TV game rights and player likenesses in other products will not pursue monetary damages as part of the suit.

    May 15 6:39 PM ET

  • Hays: FSU's Maddie O'Brien influenced by idols

    FSU softball shortstop Maddie O'Brien grew up idolizing Mickey Mantle. And like Mantle, she also suffered a freak injury early on in her career. But it was the tragic death of a 17-year-old fan that really put things into perspective for the slugger.

    May 15 2:33 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Olympic swimmer Ledecky to attend Stanford

    Olympic champion swimmer Katie Ledecky plans to swim for Stanford after she graduates from high school next year.

    May 15 11:54 AM ET

  • Former Olympic, NCAA champion Patton dies

    Mel Patton, a double gold medal-winning sprinter at the 1948 London Olympics and a five-time NCAA champion, has died. He was 89.

    May 14 11:00 PM ET

  • Okla. St. loses practice time as APR penalty

    The Oklahoma State Cowboys will be practicing a little less this season because the program's Academic Progress Rate score has dropped below the NCAA's minimum standard.

    May 14 6:47 PM ET | By Jake Trotter and Mark Schlabach

  • Hays: The seeds, sleepers and stars to watch in NCAA softball regionals

    A battle of past champions is set to take place in Tempe. Will Arizona State or Michigan prevail? Graham Hays answers ponders that question and more in his NCAA softball regional capsules.

    May 14 5:56 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Jamie Loeb serving up some suspense

    After stringing together one of the best freshman seasons in NCAA tennis history, North Carolina's Jamie Loeb knows she'll be revisiting the school-or-circuit question at some point after next week's NCAA championships.

    May 14 4:32 PM ET | By Harold Gutmann

  • Hays: Bast's legacy at Northwestern extends beyond the field

    Northwestern's Marisa Bast will be swinging away at the plate at the NCAA tournament, but she's already connected with countless kids through her anti-bullying program.

    May 14 2:57 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • LSU no-hits N'western St. 27-0 in 6 innings

    Alex Bregman and Tyler Moore each hit grand slams and drove in eight runs, and five LSU pitchers combined on a six-inning no-hitter as the Tigers routed Northwestern State 27-0 on Tuesday night.

    May 14 1:42 PM ET

  • Big East tournament returns to Coney Island

    Hot dogs, the Cyclone, the Wonder Wheel -- and college baseball.

    May 13 10:58 PM ET

  • Hays: Cheat sheet for NCAA softball regionals

    With as many as 112 games on tap and double-elimination at stake, Graham Hays highlights the teams to beat and the players to watch in the opening round of the NCAA softball tournament.

    May 13 4:00 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Buckeyes go to bat for LHP battling leukemia

    The captain of the Ohio State baseball team put his team in a line that had nothing to do with getting results on the field, instead organizing players to help a teammate in the midst of a battle with myeloid leukemia.

    May 13 2:14 PM ET | By Austin Ward

  • Richmond staffers mourned after fatal crash

    The two University of Richmond basketball coaches killed in a hot-air balloon crash were a beloved longtime assistant who was part of one of the most revered moments in the program's history, and a woman who was hardly out of college and always cheerful.

    May 13 12:36 AM ET