Ledecky breaks U.S., NCAA records in 500 free
Katie Ledecky chopped more than a second off her American and NCAA records in the 500-yard freestyle Thursday at the Pac-12 championships, finishing in 4:25.15.
ACC commish: Future N.C. sites still in limbo
ACC commissioner John Swofford said the return of championship and tournament games to North Carolina will depend on whether the state's legislature acts on the controversial HB2 law.
22 new charges for ex-USA Gymnastics doctor
Dr. Larry Nassar, who treated athletes for USA Gymnastics, has been charged with 22 new counts of sexual assault.
MSU gymnastics coach quits after suspension
Michigan State women's gymnastics coach Kathie Klages announced her retirement Tuesday, a day after she was suspended for defending a doctor accused of sexually abusing female athletes for years.
Harvard beats BU to win 1st Beanpot since 1993
Harvard beat Boston University 6-3 Monday night to win its first Beanpot championship since 1993.
Judge tosses part of ex-Kansas rower's lawsuit
A federal judge has dismissed part of a lawsuit filed by a former University of Kansas rower who alleged she was sexually assaulted by a former football player.
BU-Harvard set as Terriers seek 31st Beanpot
No. 3 Boston University and No. 4 Harvard will vie for the Beanpot title in the 65th year of the tournament.
Ex-Badgers hockey coach Sauer dies; won 2 titles
Jeff Sauer, who led Wisconsin to two men's hockey NCAA titles, has died. He was 73.
Francona donating $1M to Arizona baseball team
Indians manager Terry Francona is donating $1 million to the Arizona baseball program, for which he played.
Helton takes volunteer role on Vols' baseball staff
Former Colorado Rockies star Todd Helton is taking a volunteer role on Tennessee's baseball staff as director of player development.
Becker College hockey captain Owen dies at 25
A Massachusetts college is mourning the death of hockey player Gerald Owen.
Manning, Browns owner to help in Vols' AD search
Retired NFL quarterback Peyton Manning and Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam will assist Tennessee in its search to replace AD Dave Hart, who said in August he would step down.
Ex-Drury swimmer: Hazing ended athletic career
A former swimmer at Drury University in Missouri says hazing that he and others endured during his freshman year left him with physical and mental injuries that ended his athletic career.
Texas track coach Sategna reinstated after probe
Texas has reinstated track coach Mario Sategna, who had taken a personal leave of absence in September 2016 and was the subject of a school ethics and misconduct investigation.
ADs from FBS forming political action committee
A political action committee made up of ADs from the FBS will support congressional candidates who can advocate for the best interests of college sports.
Saint Peter's severs ties with AD 'Boe' Pearman
Saint Peter's University would not say whether Belinda "Boe" Pearman was fired or resigned.
Amherst cross country suspended over messages
Amherst College in Massachusetts has suspended all team activities for men's cross country after a number of messages came to light that administrators called racist, misogynistic and homophobic.
Harvard men's cross country team on probation
Harvard has placed its men's cross country team on athletic probation after school lawyers found that the 2014 team made "crude and sexualized" documents about the women's cross country team.
UGA rehires Brooks as executive associate AD
Josh Brooks, who had been deputy athletic director at Louisiana-Monroe, has been named Georgia's executive associate athletic director.
Missouri reviewing possible academic violations
Missouri says it is reviewing allegations of possible academic rules violations made by a former tutor in the athletic department.
College leadership positions still dominated by white men
The latest diversity report on the NCAA's hiring practices show that sports is losing ground in its quest for equality.
Report: 2nd Harvard team made lewd reports
In the wake of the Harvard men's soccer team's suspension for creating lewd "scouting reports," The Crimson reports that the cross country team participated in a similar practice.
Mississippi St. hires Cannizaro as baseball coach
LSU assistant Andy Cannizaro has been hired to replace new Mississippi State AD John Cohen as the Bulldogs' baseball coach.
Ex-Penn St. prez: Didn't imply McQueary lying
Penn State's former president says he wasn't thinking about assistant football coach Mike McQueary when he issued a statement supporting two administrators who'd been charged with crimes.
Former UConn hockey coach Marshall dies at 54
The former longtime head coach of the Connecticut Huskies ice hockey team, who transitioned the program to Division I status, has died. Bruce Marshall was 54.
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