College Sports Archive

  • Griffith, Dunn inducted into Women's HOF

    Yolanda Griffith savored a crowning achievement that she'd never anticipated.

    Jun 15 10:29 AM ET

  • UC Irvine, Vandy win CWS opening games

    Taylor Sparks hit his nation-leading ninth triple of the season to fuel UC Irvine's three-run eighth inning Saturday in the Anteaters' 3-1 victory over Texas in the opening game of the College World Series.

    Jun 15 3:42 AM ET

  • Texas A&M back on track with NCAA championship

    Jennings: Texas A&M is back on top

    The Aggies positioned themselves going into Saturday, then dominated on the track. The NCAA championship is the fourth in six years for Texas A&M, but first since 2011.

    Jun 14 11:37 PM ET | By Chantel Jennings

  • Florida hires J.C. Deacon as men's golf coach

    Florida has hired former Canadian Tour player J.C. Deacon as its men's golf coach.

    Jun 14 8:11 PM ET

  • UK's two-way star Reed wins Howser Trophy

    Kentucky two-way star A.J. Reed is winner of the Dick Howser Trophy as the top player in college baseball.

    Jun 14 3:53 PM ET

  • College World Series Live

    Keep it here all day for updates, scores, photos, videos and more from the College World Series.

    Jun 14 2:22 PM ET

  • Jennings: Freshman champs in the spotlight

    Texas A&M's Shamier Little won the 400 hurdles while Georgia's Kendell Williams took the two-day heptathlon, the first of what could turn into several national championships for the freshmen.

    Jun 14 9:20 AM ET | By Chantel Jennings

  • Buford-Bailey brings Midwest flavor to Texas track

    Jennings: Texas cookin' has Midwest flavor

    Mario Sategna's priority after becoming head track and field coach at Texas was to surround himself with quality assistants. He headed to the Midwest for Illinois coach Tonja Buford-Bailey, who was at the top of his list.

    Jun 14 1:20 AM ET | By Chantel Jennings

  • Sherman: UCI relishing return to CWS

    UC Irvine's improbably run through the NCAA postseason has landed the Anteaters in Omaha, where the experienced success in 2007.

    Jun 13 7:55 PM ET | By Mitch Sherman

  • Proposal: Pay college players off TV money

    Football players at big schools could make several hundred thousand dollars in their college careers if they were paid a portion of the broadcast rights to games similar to what NFL players now get, under a model suggested by a sports economist.

    Jun 13 6:59 PM ET

  • Smith: Storm coach Agler passes his love for hoops to kids

    Coach Brian Agler and his family have gotten so much more from basketball than they have given up because of it.

    Jun 13 | By Michelle Smith

  • Durrett: Bacak talked into heroism

    TCU catcher Kyle Bacak needed a tough talk with his coach to change his mindset and allow him to lead the Horned Frogs to Omaha.

    Jun 13 2:30 PM ET | By Richard Durrett

  • HoopGurlz: Three Samuelson sisters, one out-of-sight dad

    HoopGurlz: 3 Samuelson sisters, 1 out-of-sight dad

    Jon Samuelson has two daughters playing basketball at Stanford and another headed to UConn, and while he's helped hone their games in hidden gyms throughout Southern California, finding him at games is no easy task.

    Jun 13 12:31 PM ET | By Walter Villa

  • Jennings: Boise State coach helps boost Emma Bates' confidence

    Boise State's Emma Bates didn't believe in herself before the season, but her coach's support spurred her to victory in the 10,000 meters at the NCAA track and field championships. In the team battle, Texas appears to have an edge on Oregon.

    Jun 13 11:19 AM ET | By Chantel Jennings

  • Texas A&M freshman Shamier Little primed for NCAA title

    Jennings: Frosh Shamier Little primed for NCAAs

    Yes, she has braces. And she also wears glasses because she hasn't mastered touching her eyes yet for contacts. But Texas A&M freshman Shamier Little is ready to prove that youth has its merits in the 400-meter hurdles on Friday.

    Jun 13 10:50 AM ET | By Chantel Jennings

  • Boise St.'s Bates wins women's 10K at NCAAs

    Boise State junior Emma Bates won the women's 10,000 meters Thursday night at the NCAA track and field championships in 32 minutes, 32.35 seconds, the second-fastest time in the history of the meet.

    Jun 13 9:04 AM ET

  • Summitt receives Annie Oakley Society award

    Former Tennessee women's basketball coach Pat Summitt has received a lifetime achievement award from the Annie Oakley Society.

    Jun 13 12:20 AM ET

  • Princeton's Julia Ratcliffe wins hammer title at NCAAs

    Jennings: Julia Ratcliffe wins hammer title at NCAAs

    The highlight of the NCAA women's outdoor track and field championships Wednesday was Kiwi hammer thrower Julia Ratcliffe, who gave Princeton its first individual category win in the history of its program.

    Jun 12 1:22 PM ET | By Chantel Jennings

  • Clemmons: UVa putting it all together

    With the addition of a strong pitching corps, Virginia is now a complete team just in time for a run at the national championship.

    Jun 12 9:34 AM ET | By Anna Katherine Clemmons

  • Ex-Bama WR Prothro testifies in O'Bannon case

    Tyrone Prothro made a play so spectacular it's known in Alabama as "The Catch," immortalized both in photos and an advertising campaign by automaker Pontiac.

    Jun 12 8:56 AM ET

  • Oregon frosh Cheserek wins 10,000 at NCAAs

    Oregon freshman Edward Cheserek surged on the final lap to win the 10,000 meters at the NCAA track and field championships Wednesday night.

    Jun 12 1:40 AM ET

  • San Diego St. gives Gwynn 1-year extension

    Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn has been given a one-year contract extension as baseball coach at San Diego State.

    Jun 11 10:09 PM ET

  • Arkansas State's Sharika Nelvis overcoming life's hurdles

    Jennings: Arkansas State's Nelvis overcoming life's hurdles

    Life hasn't always been kind to Sharika Nelvis, but it has provided the strength to make the Arkansas State standout the top-seeded 100-meter hurdler at this weekend's NCAA track and field championship.

    Jun 11 4:43 PM ET | By Chantel Jennings

  • Smith: Ogwumikes partner with UNICEF to aid Nigeria

    #BringBackOurGirls has not brought the girls back, but Chiney and Nneka Ogwumike have partnered with UNICEF in a fundraising effort aimed to benefit one million girls in northern Nigeria.

    Jun 11 | By Michelle Smith

  • Arkansas State's Sharika Nelvis overcoming life's hurdles

    Jennings: Five burning questions for NCAA track and field championships

    Can consummate bridesmaid Oregon break through? Is everything bigger -- and better -- in Texas? Chantel Jennings answers five burning questions heading into the NCAA track and field championship.

    Jun 11 8:29 AM ET | By Chantel Jennings