UNC awaits NCAA ruling in academic case
North Carolina has wrapped up a two-day hearing with an NCAA infractions committee panel that will decide whether the school faces penalties tied to its multi-year academic scandal.
Ex-student settles Title IX suit against Baylor
Former Baylor student Jasmin Hernandez, who filed a Title IX lawsuit alleging the university improperly responded to allegations of assault or abuse, reached an undisclosed financial settlement after a daylong mediation Saturday.
NCAA orders sexual violence prevention training
Coaches and student-athletes must now take training in sexual violence prevention.
Iowa gets $5 million donation to endow AD
The University of Iowa has received a $5 million donation to endow its athletic director position.
'Nova lands Swider, No. 48 in 2018 ESPN 100
Forward Cole Swider, the 48th ranked player in the ESPN 100 class of 2018, is headed to Villanova to play for Jay Wright and the Wildcats.
Recruiting service settles deceptive claims suit
A high school scouting and college recruiting business has settled a deceptive claims suit in New York state.
Singer leads Florida to Gm. 1 win in CWS finals
Brady Singer's strikeout total was the highest by a pitcher in a CWS finals game. Singer (9-5) limited LSU (52-19) to three singles before Antoine Duplantis homered in the sixth.
Florida beats TCU, will face LSU in CWS finals
Alex Faedo pitched three-hit ball for 7 1/3 shutout innings in a second straight strong performance against TCU, and Florida moved to the College World Series finals with a 3-0 win Saturday night. The Gators will now face conference rival LSU.
LSU beats No. 1 Oregon St. to reach CWS finals
Michael Papierski became the first player since TCU's Bryan Holaday in 2010 to homer twice in a CWS game. He went deep from the left side off Bryce Fehmel in the second and the right off Brandon Eisert in the fourth in LSU's 6-1 win over Oregon State.
Florida's Singer cruises in win over Louisville
The Gators (49-18) have won their first two CWS games for the first time in four appearances since opening 3-0 and reaching the finals in 2011.
Howard's 12 Ks help TCU oust Texas A&M
The Horned Frogs (48-16) avoided going 0-2 for the first time in five all-time CWS appearances and will play Thursday against the loser of Tuesday night's Lousiville-Florida game.
Oklahoma names Johnson head baseball coach
Skip Johnson spent one season as the pitching coach at Oklahoma after spending the previous 10 years as an assistant at Texas.
CWS fan ok after being struck by flying bat
Burke Perry of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, was in the second row when Louisville's Josh Stowers' lost grip of his bat as he swung at a pitch against Texas A&M to end the third inning.
Commission urges Title IX reforms at Tenn.
The commission's long-awaited report suggests selecting a Title IX coordinator for the entire University of Tennessee system and enhancing campus staffing and resources to address Title IX issues.
Oklahoma baseball coach Hughes resigns
Pete Hughes had a record of 128-107-1 in four seasons at Oklahoma and finished third in the Big 12 twice. He led the Sooners to a 35-24 record and an NCAA Tournament berth this season.
Oregon State ace asks to take indefinite leave
Oregon State ace Luke Heimlich, who was identified Thursday as a registered sex offender by The Oregonian, said he did not want to be a distraction to the team and has "respectfully requested to be excused from playing at this time."
WCWS: Oklahoma wins epic 17-inning Game 1
A three-run homer in the top of the 17th inning gave Oklahoma a 7-5 victory over Florida in Game 1 of the Women's College World Series.
Washington, Oregon stay alive at softball WS
Washington eliminated UCLA from the Women's College World Series behind Taran Alvelo's two-hitter in a 1-0 victory. Oregon, meanwhile, bested LSU to also stay alive.
Defending champ OU into WCWS semifinals
Oklahoma beat Washington and Florida cruised past LSU on Friday night, when both teams advanced to the Women's College World Series semifinals.
Maryland pulls sweep of top lacrosse honors
Matt Rambo became Maryland's first male recipient of the Tewaaraton, and Zoe Stukenberg became the sixth straight Terp to earn the women's honor.
Oklahoma, Washington earn Day 1 WCWS wins
Defending champion Oklahoma, Washington, LSU and Florida all took home wins on the opening day of the Women's College World Series on Thursday.
Mississippi's Thornberry, Vandy lead NCAAs
Mississippi's Braden Thornberry had the individual lead and Vanderbilt topped the team standings Friday when the NCAA golf tournament was suspended because of darkness.
Alleged Nassar victims continue their testimony
Former Michigan State and USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar returned to court Friday as several accusers continued their testimony about his alleged sexual abuse of them while they were young gymnasts.
Cal player paralyzed in rugby championship
The family of UC Berkeley's Robert Paylor said he is paralyzed below the chest and has limited motion in his arms because of a spinal injury.
Iowa AD: Meyer behavior created 'difficult times'
Iowa AD Gary Barta, testifying in a discrimination lawsuit filed by former administrator Jane Meyer, said he wasn't planning to fire Meyer but "had to do something" because of her behavior.
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