An injury will force the most successful runner in NCAA history to miss the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Oregon.
The law known as House Bill 2, which bars transgender people from using government-run restrooms that match their gender identity and limits local nondiscrimination protections, will doom the state's chances, Dupree wrote in a letter.
Allie Ostrander's diminutive size belies her stature as U.S. distance running's next giant.
Students who suffer a concussion risk cognitive disabilities, poor academic performance and mood disorders.
Even though the federal government doesn’t consider it gambling.
Sandi Morris and Demi Payne are taking over the unlikely sport of pole-vaulting
Over the weekend, Wisconsin beat out favorite Kentucky to make it to the final, and Duke had a big win over Michigan State.
The 19-year-old Duke Blue Devils forward has evolved into a primal force of nature.
Twain vs. McGwire, Burnett vs. Sanchez, Gasol vs. Eaton, Macon vs. Maron.
Ware is now playing for Georgia State, where his coach suffered a torn Achilles celebrating on Sunday.
If the settlement is finalized, Joe Paterno will regain his title as coach with the most wins at a college level.
There’s room for improvement, according to a report published in the Journal of Sports Medicine
Game of Throwin’s, or how six undefeated college teams lost in one day, with complimentary bar diving by Katy Perry
The NCAA doesn’t want football players forming a union, but what employer does?
Five schools that have enjoyed Division I tenure for 25 years or more that have never found themselves in the grip of March Madness
In the shadows of the lighthouses from Quoddy Head to Kittery, hope springs eternal that the state will experience March Madness
A step-by-step guide to improving the big dance
The five most applicable True Detective quotes, the five players most like Radiohead songs, and five reasons not to root for Stanford
In the annual b-ball-meets-The Hunger Games festival known as the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, there is no greater surprise than the fact that people are still surprised by it
Stephen F. Austin can’t crack the top 25, but is hoping to bust a few brackets during March Madness
The Oklahoma State basketball star pushed a fan, but it may have been over more than "piece of crap"
One player tried to sign with school after school after school and the top recruiting site crashed