Out of coma, Sara Groenewegen holds tight to Olympic dreams
Legionnaires' disease kept the Team Canada pitcher out of the world championships. Now Sara Groenewegen embarks on the long road back.
U.S. softball stars regain their stage
For years, it's been all too easy for NCAA softball stars to fade away. Now a spotlight beckons in Tokyo.
Team USA goes for Olympic berth, world title
While you've been sleeping, Monica Abbott has put Team USA on the brink of history.
Ex-UFC champ says he was victim of OSU doctor
Former UFC champion Mark Coleman says he's among the victims of a now-deceased Ohio State team doctor who has been accused of sexual misconduct by more than 100 former students.
New Mexico AG may take Lobos to court over cuts
New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas said Thursday he'll take the University of New Mexico to court unless its board of regents reconsiders a decision to eliminate men's soccer, men's and women's skiing and women's beach volleyball.
Ex-Stanford swimmer's bid for new trial denied
An appeals court on Wednesday rejected former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner's bid for a new trial and upheld his sexual assault and attempted rape convictions.
New NCAA hoops rules: Agents OK, longer bans
The NCAA adopted policy and rule changes that it hopes will clean up college basketball, which has been engulfed by an FBI investigation and other corruption.
All-access look: Florida's first day of practice
Senior Rachelle Smith shows what the first day of practice is like for the Gators as they prepare for the upcoming season.
NCAA stars suit up for Puerto Rico
Meghan King, Taran Alvelo, Aleshia Ocasio and Giselle Juarez all pitched in the Women's College World Series. Now they're pitching for Puerto Rico at the WBSC World Championship.
California soccer player arrested for rape
A soccer player at Cal State Northridge in Los Angeles has been arrested on a warrant for rape, and is suspected to be involved in at least two other sexual assaults.
Clemson agrees to 10-year, $58M deal with Nike
Clemson has agreed to a 10-year extension with Nike to keep outfitting Tiger athletes through 2028.
Judge won't disqualify herself from Nassar case
Judge Rosemarie Aquilina says her comments toward Larry Nassar during January's hearing may have been "unartful," but she said she was not biased.
U.S. tops Mexico to open women's softball worlds
Monica Abbott struck out 13 batters in six scoreless innings to lead the United States past Mexico 5-2 on Friday in its opener at the women's softball world championship.
Keilani Ricketts poised for second act
One of the most dominant pitchers in NCAA history, Keilani Ricketts at last is ready and able to fulfill her star power.
Mississippi casinos begin taking sports wagers
Sportsbooks at Gold Strike Casino in Tunica and Beau Rivage in Biloxi began accepting bets at noon local time.
Monica Abbott's powerful pic
Team USA ace Monica Abbott had both her teammates and opponents smiling in Japan.
Cora grieving after death of Miami coach's son
The 16-year-old son of J.D. Arteaga, a former star baseball player at Miami and the best friend of Red Sox manager Alex Cora, died Saturday night in a car crash.
MSU stops Nassar payments amid fraud worries
Michigan State has halted payments from a $10 million fund it set up for counseling services for survivors of Larry Nassar amid concerns about possible fraudulent claims.
10 more ex-students sue Ohio St. over doctor
Ten more former students are suing Ohio State over alleged sexual misconduct by a now-dead team doctor, accusing the school of "institutional indifference."
MSU suing insurers over Nassar claims coverage
Michigan State University is suing its insurance carriers over coverage of sexual assault claims by victims of jailed sports medicine doctor Larry Nassar.
Dartmouth student hit in eye by baseball sues
A Dartmouth College student who was seriously injured during baseball practice is suing the Ivy League school.
Sahvanna Jaquish catching on with Team USA
Former LSU catcher Sahvanna Jaquish would be a shoo-in for the Puerto Rican national team, but she's opting instead to try for a coveted spot on Team USA.
Ex-U.S. swim coach apologizes for graphic texts
Bob Bowman has apologized for his graphic text exchange in 2011 with ex-U.S. swimmer Caroline Burckle. Despite knowing of the texts, USA Swimming named Bowman an assistant coach for the 2012 Olympics and then the head men's coach for the 2016 Olympics.
Nassar seeks new judge, new sentencing hearing
Larry Nassar seeks a new judge and a new sentencing hearing, saying he didn't have an impartial judge.
Senators grill USOC, MSU interim prez on scandal
At a subcommittee hearing Tuesday on Capitol Hill, several senators questioned the sincerity of reforms at the U.S. Olympic Committee, USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University in the wake of sex-abuse scandals.