UNC lacrosse star oozes personality, skill
Marie McCool is full of personality. She's also talented. The junior lacrosse midfielder hopes to lead North Carolina to a repeat national title. Her first big test is Saturday vs. Maryland.
The league of living legends takes (perhaps) its final tour
Florida State's Mike Martin, Stanford's Mark Marquess, Miami's Jim Morris: What do these coaches have in common? They are the last of the old guard that has made college baseball great.
Rethlake lifts No. 24 Kentucky to Friday sweep
Behind stellar pitching, defense and hitting from Erin Rethlake, the Wildcats open the Florida Atlantic Invitational with wins over UConn and Florida A&M.
Lawyers want FBI inquiry into MSU, Nassar
Lawyers representing 12 alleged victims of Larry Nassar want to know why police aren't investigating whether other Michigan State employees were negligent in allowing Nassar to remain on campus.
Penn State fires women's gymnastics coach
Jeff Thompson has been fired as Penn State women's gymnastics coach. The school did not give a reason for the firing, calling it a personnel matter.
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.
Clemson assoc. AD Henderson, 60, found dead
Clemson associate athletic director Bert Henderson was found dead after a search. He was 60.
U of Alaska to update protocol for sexual assault
The University of Alaska system released Monday an agreement dedicated to improving the safety on campuses after a report revealed 274 sexual harassment and assault files from 2011 to mid-2015.
Boston College AD Bates planning to step down
Boston College athletic director Brad Bates is stepping down at the end of the academic year to join a consulting firm.
Schools paying millions to use private planes
Private planes are becoming increasingly common at U.S. colleges and universities as schools try to attract athletes, raise money and reward coaches with jet-set vacations.
FSU baseball coach Martin reaches 1,900 wins
Florida State coach Mike Martin, who is in his 38th season with the Seminoles, joins Augie Garrido as the only other baseball coach to reach the 1,900-win mark in NCAA history.
Ex-MSU doctor to stand trial for sexual conduct
A judge has ordered former Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics sports doctor Larry Nassar to stand trial on sexual assault charges.
N.C. governor urges legislature to repeal HB2
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper urged the state Legislature to revoke the law known as the "bathroom bill" before the NCAA starts analyzing bids from cities to host college events.
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.
ACC athletes urge lawmakers to repeal LGBT law
Four athletes from North Carolina's Atlantic Coast Conference schools have written a letter urging state lawmakers to repeal a law limiting protections of LGBT people.
Spartans AD cancels trip amid investigations
NCAA tournament selection committee chair Mark Hollis has canceled a planned trip to focus on issues at Michigan State, where he is athletic director.
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.
Committee: No winner in Harvard-Yale regatta
A committee investigating a disputed Harvard-Yale regatta last summer has determined that nobody won the race.
Big 12 to withhold revenue until Baylor changes
The Big 12 will withhold a portion of Baylor's future revenue until the conference is assured changes to institutional controls are in place.
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.
Washington U. lifts men's soccer suspension
Washington University in St. Louis lifted its suspension of the men's soccer team Monday after an internal investigation found that the squad didn't violate the school's sexual harassment policy.
NCAA agrees to $209M scholarships settlement
The NCAA has settled a scholarship shortages-related lawsuit that would be its second largest in history at $208.7 million, if approved by a federal judge.
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.
Emmitt Smith's daughter to Texas A&M for soccer
Emmitt Smith's daughter Rheagen signs with Texas A&M to play soccer.