Texas A&M announces Title IX policy changes
Texas A&M announced a host of changes to its Title IX policies after a group of current and former female students who reported being sexually assaulted expressed disappointment with the school's handling of their complaints earlier this summer.
Texas pays $600K to settle Kearney lawsuit
The University of Texas agreed to pay $600,000 to settle the race and gender discrimination lawsuit brought by former women's track coach Bev Kearney, according to documents released Monday.
Florida State AD Wilcox leaving for NCAA
Stan Wilcox's biggest impact on Florida State athletics took place in December with the hiring of Willie Taggart as head football coach, replacing Jimbo Fisher.
Active kills leader 'good to go' after leaving school
Taylor Louis loaded up on classes over the spring to regain her eligibility. Now she hopes to lead the Hawkeyes to the NCAA tournament.
Kizer's hat trick helps Rebels rout Lady Toppers
CeCe Kizer scores three goals for Ole Miss in its 4-0 win over Western Kentucky.
Mott pleased with Ole Miss' outing vs. WKU
Head coach Matt Mott highlights the Rebels' defensive effort in their shutout of the Lady Toppers.
No. 7 Florida secures 4-2 win vs. FAU
The Gators jump out to an early first-half lead and never look back to earn their second win of the season.
Auburn holds on for 2-1 win over USF
The Tigers take down the Bulls to push their record to 2-0-0.
Feds in search of new prison to hold Nassar
Larry Nassar has been listed as an inmate at Oklahoma City's Federal Transfer Center, a facility that is typically used as a stopover for inmates who are being placed in a new location.
MVP Pendley lifts Pride to fourth NPF title
While USSSA Pride clinched the title with a 4-0 win over the Chicago Bandits on Saturday, it was Shelby Pendley's spectacular catch on Friday that sealed the team's fate.
Ole Miss dominates in season opener 6-0
Rebels head coach Matt Mott discusses how new players contributed to their convincing victory against the Ragin' Cajuns.
Kentucky defeats SIU-Edwardsville 2-1
The Wildcats showcase their offense with 13 total shots, opening the season with a win vs. the Cougars.
No. 5 South Carolina opens season with win over Fordham
The Gamecocks score early off a free kick for the 1-0 victory over the Rams.
No. 7 Florida takes down Washington
After falling behind in the first half, the Gators score two second-half goals to secure the 2-1 victory against the Huskies.
It's uno, dos and everyone else in NCAA women's soccer
Just like in La Liga, two teams seem to have a leg up in the 2018 NCAA women's soccer season. Keep an eye on Stanford and UCLA.
Auburn opens season with 4-0 win at Samford
Junior Bri Folds finds the net twice for the Tigers as they win big in Birmingham.
Mississippi State defeats Southern Miss 3-0
The Bulldogs score two goals early to help propel them past the Golden Eagles for their first win of the season.
State board fires University of Idaho AD Spear
The Idaho State Board of Education has fired University of Idaho athletic director Rob Spear after an investigation into how his department handled sexual assault and harassment complaints.
Feds to review OSU response to claims of abuse
The U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights will examine whether Ohio State responded "promptly and equitably'' to claims of abuse by Dr. Richard Strauss.
Fierce Pride-Bandits rivalry set for NPF title series
On the heels of USA-Japan at the world championships, several future Olympians take the field for another heated softball rivalry.
Sun Belt commish Benson to step down in June
Sun Belt Conference commissioner Karl Benson will step away from his post following the expiration of his contract in June 2019.
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.
Meet Shane Jamil Hill-Taylor, the first African-American International Jiu Jitsu Federation World Champion
Team USA goes for Olympic berth, world title
While you've been sleeping, Monica Abbott has put Team USA on the brink of history.