College Sports Archive

  • Texas Relays: Rotich, Dalton, Vollmer win titles

    Texas-El Paso junior Anthony Rotich won the steeplechase at the Texas Relays on Thursday, finishing in 8 minutes, 38.68 seconds.

    Mar 28 12:31 AM ET

  • Two tie for 50-yard freestyle title at NCAAs

    Three months ago, Alabama's Kristian Gkolomeev lived in Greece. Two months ago, Arizona's Brad Tandy was ineligible for NCAA competition.

    Mar 28 12:05 AM ET

  • Roosevelt building softball program from the ground up

    Hays: Roosevelt building from the ground up

    In the heart of Chicago, three coaches with illustrious softball backgrounds are helping bring a program to life at NAIA Roosevelt University.

    Mar 27 4:55 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • FSU's Stewart gets 4-game ban for skirmish

    Florida State outfielder DJ Stewart was suspended four games by the NCAA for his actions in a bench-clearing fracas between the No. 1-ranked Seminoles and the Florida Gators on Tuesday night in Jacksonville.

    Mar 27 8:13 AM ET

  • Texas Relays: Penn St.'s Howell, Cardina lead

    Penn State's Brittany Howell topped the heptathlon and Nittany Lions teammate Robert Cardina led the decathlon Wednesday in the Texas Relays.

    Mar 26 6:09 PM ET

  • Longhorns' Garrido becomes winningest coach

    Lukas Schiraldi cemented the family name on the mound Tuesday night, ushering in Texas coach Augie Garrido's 1,894 career victory to put him atop the list of winningest baseball coaches in history.

    Mar 26 6:06 PM ET

  • NLRB set to rule on NU players' union effort

    The National Labor Relations Board is set to decide whether scholarship football players at Northwestern University qualify as employees who can form a union.

    Mar 26 10:25 AM ET | By Lester Munson and Tom Farrey

  • Power rankings: Sierra Romero puts Michigan ahead of the pack

    Hays: Sierra Romero puts Michigan ahead of the pack

    Michigan shortstop Sierra Romero is proving to be a major headache for opposing pitchers and has the Wolverines up to No. 2 in our power rankings.

    Mar 26 9:15 AM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Married hockey coaches a winning team at Clarkson

    Married coaches a winning team

    Married co-head coaches Shannon and Matt Desrosiers led the Clarkson women's hockey team to a national title, and with a 2-year-old daughter and a son on the way, they've got the family part down pretty well, too.

    Mar 25 5:35 PM ET | By Walter Villa

  • Softball notebook: It's now or never for Temple

    Hays: Now or never for Temple

    In their final season before the program is eliminated, the Temple Owls are off to an injury-riddled 7-14 start. But with their home opener finally here, the Owls still have time to make a last stand.

    Mar 25 1:55 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Longtime George Mason AD O'Connor to retire

    Tom O'Connor is retiring as athletic director at George Mason.

    Mar 25 1:16 PM ET

  • Ohio St. AD gets $18K bonus for wrestler's title

    Athletic director Gene Smith will receive a bonus of more than $18,000 -- one week of his base salary -- for Ohio State's Logan Stieber winning the 141-pound weight class at the NCAA wrestling championships.

    Mar 25 1:14 PM ET

  • Penn tabs Calhoun as its first female AD

    Penn has made M. Grace Calhoun its first female athletic director, effective July 1.

    Mar 24 4:19 PM ET

  • Georgia leads women's swim championships

    Olympians Brittany MacLean and Shannon Vreeland helped defending champion Georgia take the lead Thursday in the first day of the NCAA women's swimming and diving championships.

    Mar 24 2:19 PM ET

  • Clarkson women win hockey championship

    Shannon MacAulay scored on a breakaway with 4:16 left in the third and it proved to be the difference as Clarkson beat two-time defending champion Minnesota in Sunday's NCAA women's hockey championship.

    Mar 23 8:28 PM ET

  • Three of 2013's Frozen Four back in tourney

    Three of last year's Frozen Four participants are among the 16 teams in this year's NCAA men's hockey tournament.

    Mar 23 5:28 PM ET | By Matt Fortuna

  • Minnesota, Clarkson in women's hockey final

    Kelly Terry had a goal and an assist and Minnesota scored three times in the third period to beat Wisconsin 5-3 Friday in an NCAA women's hockey semifinals.

    Mar 23 4:41 PM ET

  • Georgia repeats as swimming, diving champ

    The Georgia Bulldogs didn't flinch after losing top performers from last year's NCAA women's swimming and diving championship team.

    Mar 23 4:07 PM ET

  • Penn State wins fourth straight wrestling title

    Penn State won its fourth consecutive NCAA wrestling title, holding off Minnesota 109.5-104 on Saturday night.

    Mar 23 1:11 AM ET

  • Stony Brook's Vanderka throws 3rd no-hitter

    Stony Brook's Frankie Vanderka pitched his third career no-hitter, striking out 10 in a 7-0 victory over Albany on Saturday.

    Mar 22 9:01 PM ET

  • Franklin sets mark at swim championships

    Olympian Missy Franklin set a record in winning her first NCAA title for California on Friday, and Georgia stretched its lead in the team standings on the second day of the NCAA women's swimming and diving championships.

    Mar 22 9:22 AM ET

  • Penn State clings to lead at NCAA wrestling

    Minnesota has the numbers to dethrone three-time defending national wrestling titlist Penn State. Oklahoma State is in the mix in the NCAA championships, too.

    Mar 22 2:03 AM ET

  • Penn St. in position for 4th wrestling title in row

    Things weren't perfect for Penn State on opening day at the NCAA wrestling championships, but the Nittany Lions still are in position to win their fourth straight national title.

    Mar 21 1:22 AM ET

  • Gophers' Wilcox 1 of 10 Hobey Baker candidates

    Minnesota sophomore goalie Adam Wilcox is among the 10 candidates for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award.

    Mar 20 1:08 PM ET

  • Hays: Arizona senior pitcher Kenzie Fowler won't give in

    Hays: Arizona pitcher Kenzie Fowler won't give in

    Kenzie Fowler was the next big thing at Arizona as a freshman five years ago, but after back and concussion woes derailed her career, she's just happy to be pitching again.

    Mar 20 10:26 AM ET | By Graham Hays