College Sports Archive

  • Disputed new Indiana law concerns NCAA

    NCAA president Mark Emmert says the association is concerned about an Indiana law that could allow businesses to discriminate against gay people.

    Mar 27 2:47 PM ET

  • Notre Dame's flight diverted by Okla. storms

    The Notre Dame women's basketball team arrived several hours late in advance of its Sweet 16 game as it tried to avoid storms and tornadoes in the Oklahoma City area that left one person dead on Wednesday.

    Mar 26 6:26 PM ET

  • NCAA Softball: 5 Things You Need To Know

    Graham Hays details the latest overwhelming performance by Michigan's Sierra Romero, who needs no introduction, and also shines the spotlight on a couple of pitchers at Western Kentucky and UC Riverside whom you should be more familiar with.

    Mar 25 3:16 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • espnW Softball Player Of The Week: Minnesota's Tyler Walker

    Tyler Walker may love Minneapolis, but some warm-weather games back in her home state of California helped her bat heat up as she hit five home runs to earn our weekly honor.

    Mar 25 10:37 AM ET | By Graham Hays

  • The Life And Times Of An NCAA Softball Player: Out Of Darkness, Into Light

    Just as the frightening, stormy beginning to a recent flight gave way to brilliant sunshine, Kayla Lombardo believes Fordham's sometimes-difficult season has brighter things in store.

    Mar 25 10:24 AM ET | By Kayla Lombardo

  • espnW's Sweet 16 picks

    Will seeds hold in the Sweet 16? Our writers predict which teams will win in the regional semifinals. Chalk dominated the picks, with the exception of one big underdog.

    Mar 24

  • Attendance for NCAA tournament sees boost

    Steps taken by the NCAA to address the ongoing attendance concern at the women's NCAA Tournament are working, at least in some places.

    Mar 24 8:34 PM ET

  • UMass hires Ga. Tech's Bamford for AD job

    The University of Massachusetts has selected a high-ranking athletics administrator at Georgia Tech with New England roots to be its new director of athletics.

    Mar 24 9:39 AM ET

  • UNC freshman Cherry makes name for herself

    Jamie Cherry's game-winning shot against Ohio State didn't come easy for the North Carolina freshman. Her skills have developed with hard work and a whole lotta extra practices with Tar Heels legend Ivory Latta.

    Mar 23 | By Mechelle Voepel

  • Orrange's play speaks volumes for Stanford

    Stanford's quiet leader, Amber Orrange, let her play do the talking against Oklahoma, leading the Cardinal to their eighth straight Sweet 16 with 24 points.

    Mar 23 | By Michelle Smith

  • Threat to Obama niece leads to more security

    A threat against President Barack Obama's niece, a player on Princeton's women's basketball team, prompted increased security at the Tigers' NCAA Tournament game at Maryland on Monday night, according to a person familiar with the situation.

    Mar 23 10:54 PM ET

  • 3 Iowa wrestlers suspended following arrest

    Three University of Iowa wrestlers have been suspended indefinitely after being arrested last week in eastern Iowa.

    Mar 23 6:04 PM ET

  • #WSmackTalk: Where Bragging Rights Are On The Line

    Follow the action as former Maryland Terrapin Alyssa Thomas (@athomas_25) and ex-Tiger Niveen Rasheed (@NRasheed24) represent for their alma maters when No.1 Maryland takes on No. 8 Princeton (ESPN2/ESPN3, 6:30 pm)

    Mar 23 5:09 PM ET

  • Rebecca Lobo Will Just Dye If Princeton Tops Maryland

    The ESPN analyst is showing supreme confidence in the top-seeded Terrapins.

    Mar 23 2:29 PM ET | By D'Arcy Maine

  • 'New chapter': Swimmer Franklin turns pro

    Missy Franklin has bid farewell to college swimming and is turning pro.

    Mar 23 10:14 AM ET

  • McGee-Stafford, Texas upend Cal

    When forward Nneka Enemkpali went down with a season-ending knee injury in January, no one expected Texas to make a deep run in March. But 6-foot-7 Imani McGee-Stafford has stepped up her game in time to lead the Longhorns to the Sweet 16.

    Mar 23 3:53 AM ET | By Michelle Smith

  • Missy Franklin wins title in final college meet

    Missy Franklin of California won the 200-yard backstroke with the second-fastest time ever for her third title of the NCAA women's swimming and diving championships Saturday night, and helped the Golden Bears win the team title.

    Mar 22 5:32 PM ET

  • Field revealed for NCAA men's hockey tourney

    Minnesota State, North Dakota, Boston and Miami, in that order, were awarded No. 1 seeds for the 2015 NCAA men's hockey tournament.

    Mar 22 4:04 PM ET | By David Albright

  • Ohio State wins 1st wrestling national title

    Ohio State clinched its first NCAA wrestling title before the final round began.

    Mar 22 3:07 PM ET

  • Oregon St.'s Rasmussen has perfect game

    Drew Rasmussen tossed the first perfect game in Oregon State history, striking out 10 in a 3-0 victory over Washington State on Saturday.

    Mar 22 4:24 AM ET

  • Bloomsburg player cut for Mo'ne Davis tweet

    A Bloomsburg University baseball player has been dismissed from the team for an offensive Twitter post about Little League World Series star Mo'ne Davis.

    Mar 21 10:44 PM ET

  • BC forward Carpenter wins Kazmaier award

    Boston College junior forward Alex Carpenter has won the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award, given annually to the top player in women's college hockey.

    Mar 21 5:18 PM ET

  • Harvard holds off BC to reach title game

    Kalley Armstrong and Mary Parker scored third-period goals, and Harvard held off Boston College 2-1 in the Frozen Four semifinals Friday night.

    Mar 21 10:33 AM ET

  • Ohio State sends 3 to NCAA wrestling finals

    Logan Stieber moved one win away from a fourth national title and Ohio State also sent two freshmen to the finals of the NCAA wrestling championships, taking a big step toward its first team title on Friday night.

    Mar 21 2:49 AM ET

  • Gophers reach fourth straight title game

    Minnesota beat Wisconsin 3-1 in a Frozen Four semifinal Friday.

    Mar 21 2:46 AM ET