College Sports Archive

  • espnW Soccer Player Of The Week: Notre Dame's Katie Naughton

    Notre Dame has become almost impossible to score against on the road (ask No. 2 Virginia Tech), and a main reason is junior defender Katie Naughton, who nabbed our weekly honor.

    Oct 1 1:29 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Cause of fatal bus collision with truck unknown

    Oklahoma investigators have not concluded whether a truck driver's inattention was the cause of a highway collision that killed four members of a Texas community college women's softball team.

    Sep 29 6:28 PM ET

  • Four dead after truck hits college softball bus

    A tractor-trailer crossed a southern Oklahoma highway median and plowed into the side of a Texas college softball team's bus, killing four women on the team and injuring more than a dozen others, authorities said.

    Sep 27 6:44 PM ET

  • College Soccer Stars Transition From Scoring Goals To Stopping Them

    When Florida State and Virginia meet on Sunday, former high-scoring players like the Seminoles' Kristin Grubka and the Cavaliers' Emily Sonnett, who have transitioned to the back line, could hold the key to the game.

    Sep 26 9:22 AM ET | By Graham Hays

  • espnW Soccer Player Of The Week: Illinois' Jannelle Flaws

    After scoring all five goals in wins against Indiana and Purdue to help Illinois match its best-ever start through 10 games, fifth-year senior Jannelle Flaws nabbed our weekly honor.

    Sep 24 11:09 AM ET | By Graham Hays

  • NCAA Soccer: 5 Things You Need To Know

    Florida State celebrated an international homecoming week and Cal Poly's Elise Krieghoff put on a five-star scoring display. Meanwhile, Rutgers showed it will be a pain to play in the Big Ten.

    Sep 22 3:42 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • espnW Soccer Player Of The Week: Texas Tech's Janine Beckie

    After scoring two game-winning goals to keep to keep No. 7 Texas Tech unbeaten, junior forward Janine Beckie nabbed our weekly honor.

    Sep 17 1:19 AM ET | By Graham Hays

  • NCAA Soccer: 5 Things You Need To Know

    Stanford still hasn't allowed a goal, while Virginia continues to roll without its star. Graham Hays details their winning ways in this week's five things you need to know about soccer.

    Sep 15 2:52 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Portland Soccer Is One Of A Kind, But Can It Last?

    No other women's soccer program can match the culture at the University of Portland, but the days of the small-conference Pilots competing for national championships may be receding into the past.

    Sep 12 3:01 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Ex-Clemson soccer player files hazing lawsuit

    An ex-Clemson women's soccer player has sued Tigers coach Eddie Radwanski, his assistants and several former teammates for a 2011 hazing ritual in which she says she was blindfolded and ran into a brick wall at the team's playing field.

    Sep 11 2:02 PM ET

  • Gophers' Kessel (concussion) out for season

    U.S. Olympian Amanda Kessel will not play for the Minnesota Gophers this season due to concussion symptoms that came as a result of injuries she sustained with the U.S. women's national team.

    Sep 10 3:24 PM ET

  • espnW Soccer Player Of The Week: Wisconsin's Kinley McNicoll

    Midfielder Kinley McNicoll's apparently caffeine-fueled scoring binge in the Pacific Northwest helped undefeated Wisconsin establish itself as a Big Ten contender.

    Sep 10 11:56 AM ET | By Graham Hays

  • NCAA Soccer: 5 Things You Need To Know

    Don't worry about a College Cup hangover for Virginia Tech. The year after the Hokies' breakthrough, they are scoring too many goals and having too much fun for that.

    Sep 8 1:41 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Syracuse suspends soccer player for racial slur

    Syracuse has suspended a women's soccer player for using a homophobic and racial slur.

    Sep 8 11:36 AM ET

  • Penn State's 'Rocky' Rodriguez A Champion For Costa Rican Girls

    Penn State's Raquel "Rocky" Rodriguez joined in Costa Rica's joy during the World Cup run of its men's team, but she wants women and girls to have their own place in her country's passionate soccer culture.

    Sep 4 7:14 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • AD resigns after remarks about player's mom

    Arkansas-Little Rock athletic director Chris Peterson has resigned after making inappropriate comments about a player's mother during a live webcast of a women's soccer game.

    Sep 4 6:56 AM ET

  • NCAA Soccer: 5 Things You Need To Know

    Stanford is off to a terrific start, but Tennessee's concern for head injuries earns Graham Hays' highest praise in our season-opening five things you need to know about soccer.

    Sep 2 2:15 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • Time Is Right For New Notre Dame Soccer Coach Theresa Romagnolo

    Yes, having two young daughters, including a newborn, complicates things, but new Notre Dame soccer coach Theresa Romagnolo couldn't pass up the chance to become one of the too-few women heading a major college program.

    Aug 26 4:23 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • 5 Burning Questions For The NCAA Women's Soccer Season

    With a superstar at Virginia and a potential super team at UCLA, this is sure to be a high-wattage season in college soccer. Graham Hays looks ahead with five burning questions.

    Aug 21 1:24 PM ET | By Graham Hays

  • New Mexico AD on hazing: 'We failed' players

    University of New Mexico athletic director Paul Krebs said Wednesday that there's no question there was hazing by the women's soccer team and that alcohol played a role.

    Aug 20 9:30 PM ET

  • UNM nixes soccer game after alleged hazing

    The University of New Mexico says campus officials are investigating a potential hazing incident that allegedly occurred this past Sunday involving the women's soccer team.

    Aug 20 1:04 AM ET

  • Maryland to guarantee athletic scholarships

    The University of Maryland says it will start guaranteeing scholarships to students-athletes until they graduate, regardless of injury or on-field performance.

    Aug 19 4:29 PM ET

  • Big 12 chief rips NCAA, says 'cheating pays'

    Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby says "cheating pays" in the NCAA these days and doesn't foresee things getting much better in the future.

    Jul 22 6:52 PM ET | By Jake Trotter

  • Emmert paid $1.7M as NCAA revenues go up

    NCAA President Mark Emmert received $1.707 million in compensation in 2012-13, a year in which the governing body turned a $32 million profit.

    Jul 14 9:00 PM ET

  • RIP: Temple softball program officially died today

    Friedell: RIP, Temple softball

    On July 1, the Owls softball program is officially dead. Now two dozen players and coaches must find new life somewhere else.

    Jul 7 1:19 PM ET | By Dan Friedell