College Sports Archive

  • Hays: Kentucky's Lauren Cumbess executes

    Kentucky's Lauren Cumbess religiously watched softball on television as a kid. Now she's inspiring the next generation at the plate in the Women's College World Series.

    May 30 12:46 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Obama: More research on youth concussions

    President Barack Obama called Thursday for more robust research into youth concussions, saying there remains deep uncertainty over both the scope of the troubling issue and the long-term impacts on young people.

    May 29 6:23 PM ET

  • WCWS stays in OKC through '20, likely longer

    The NCAA will keep its Division I softball championship tournament in Oklahoma City through 2020 and likely will extend the deal through 2035, the NCAA said Thursday.

    May 29 2:01 PM ET

  • HoopGurlz: Jordan Hosey ready, willing to take charge

    HoopGurlz: Jordan Hosey ready to take charge

    She's losing her sidekick Brianna Turner to Notre Dame, but Texas recruit Jordan Hosey, the No. 8 prospect in the 2015 class, is ready to do whatever it takes to lead Manvel (Texas) on its state title defense.

    May 29 10:44 AM ET | By Walter Villa

  • SDSU rallies around Gwynn's bobblehead

    Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn isn't with his San Diego State Aztecs as they head to the NCAA regionals for the second straight season.

    May 28 7:23 PM ET

  • Hays: Alabama's Fichtner dreams big at WCWS

    When Molly Fichtner transferred, Alabama got the catcher it needed and much more. Don't let her size fool you, she plays a big role for the Crimson Tide as a power hitter and sets an example of living, and thriving, with Type 1 diabetes.

    May 28 1:36 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Senators sign Buckeyes' McCormick to deal

    The Ottawa Senators have signed Ohio State forward Max McCormick to a two-year entry-level contract.

    May 28 1:02 PM ET

  • SEC tabs Jacksonville to host '16 tournament

    The Southeastern Conference will play its 2016 women's basketball tournament in Jacksonville.

    May 28 12:53 PM ET

  • Voepel: Two months later, Kansas State makes right call

    Finally, after putting a foreign teenager through two months of stressful uncertainty about her athletic and academic future, Kansas State made the correct move Tuesday and released Leticia Romero from her scholarship.

    May 27 8:00 PM ET | By Mechelle Voepel

  • Romero granted release from Kansas State

    Kansas State, citing a newly modified institutional policy, will allow guard Leticia Romero to transfer after all.

    May 27 3:32 PM ET

  • Hays: Sizing up the Women's College World Series field

    No. 1 Oregon checks off every box on the championship shopping list, but who could be the toughest test? Graham Hays breaks down the eight Women's College World Series contenders.

    May 27 2:18 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • HoopGurlz: Two Irish recruits selected for U18 national team

    Two Irish recruits chosen for USA U18 team

    Brianna Turner, who is planning to suit up for Notre Dame this fall, and future Irish teammate Marina Mabrey, a senior-to-be at Manasquan (New Jersey), are among 12 players selected for the USA Basketball U18 national team.

    May 27 9:24 AM ET

  • Stanford's Wilson wins golf title in playoff

    Stanford golfer Cameron Wilson kept his cool after he missed a big putt in the third round of the NCAA tournament. His positive attitude paid off in a big way.

    May 26 11:41 PM ET

  • Collins is UVa's first women's singles champion

    Danielle Collins of Virginia beat California's Lynn Chi 6-2, 7-5 to become the Cavaliers' first women's national singles champion Monday.

    May 26 11:24 PM ET

  • Duke tops ND for 2nd straight lax title

    Duke won its second straight NCAA men's lacrosse championship, holding off Notre Dame's comeback with a goal by Kyle Keenan with 2:39 left to clinch an 11-9 victory Monday.

    May 26 8:39 PM ET

  • Brennan: Duke wins yet another lax title

    Monday's national title game mirrored both teams' seasons as Notre Dame clawed its way to within a goal but couldn't topple Duke in the end.

    May 26 7:00 PM ET | By Eamonn Brennan

  • Giron wins UCLA's 11th men's singles title

    Marcos Giron of UCLA beat Pepperdine's Alex Sarkissian 6-4, 6-1 to win the Bruins' 11th men's national singles title on Monday.

    May 26 7:13 PM ET

  • Hays: Baylor's gamble pays off

    Hays: Baylor's gamble pays off

    Graham Hays recaps Saturday's super regionals, including Baylor's decision to take the bat out of Georgia slugger Alex Hugo's hands, and how it paid off with a trip to the Women's College World Series.

    May 26 6:19 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Smith: Hashtags not enough to help missing schoolgirls in Nigeria

    As the tragedy of the mass kidnappings of schoolgirls in Nigeria drags on, Chiney and Nneka Ogwumike are working to make sure the girls aren't forgotten, now or when they hopefully return home.

    May 26 | By Michelle Smith

  • Oregon St. gets top seed for baseball tourney

    Oregon State is the No. 1 national seed for the NCAA baseball tournament.

    May 26 4:42 PM ET

  • NCAA women's lacrosse: Maryland takes 11th title

    Simpson: Maryland takes 11th title

    In winning its unprecedented 11th NCAA lacrosse championship with a victory against Syracuse, Maryland closes its chapter in the ACC and prepares to begin play in the Big Ten next season.

    May 26 4:34 PM ET | By Lindsay Simpson

  • Maryland edges Cuse for women's lax title

    Maryland captured its 11th NCAA women's lacrosse championship Sunday night, getting five goals from Beth Glaros in a 15-12 victory over Syracuse.

    May 26 3:50 AM ET

  • Hays: WCWS five burning questions

    Hays: WCWS five burning questions

    Graham Hays answers five burning questions heading into the Women's College World Series, including how the Kentucky Wildcats found their way to Oklahoma City.

    May 26 3:07 AM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Hays: Sooners find their way home

    Hays: Sooners find their way home

    Last season was the storybook season for the Oklahoma Sooners. That they are in the Women's College World Series this season has everything to do with Lauren Chamberlain, both by her presence and her absence.

    May 26 2:15 AM ET | By Graham Hays