Abilene Christian bounces No. 3 seed Texas to put the first round of March Madness in the books
The Wildcats earned their first NCAA men's tournament victory with a pair of late free throws to upset the third-seeded Longhorns and cap a first round that saw its first team — VCU — forced to forfeit its matchup with Oregon on Saturday because of coronavirus issues in the Rams' program.
The thread of Title IX can be traced through a coach and her mother
Marsha Lake fought for fundamental resources as a North Carolina women's basketball player at the dawn of Title IX. Her daughter, Shea Ralph, carries on the fight.
Arch Manning, nephew of Peyton and Eli, commits to Texas
Arch Manning, the top-ranked QB in the class of 2023, chooses the Longhorns over powerhouses such as Alabama, Georgia, LSU and Clemson.
Most Americans support gender equity in sports scholarships, poll finds
While most Americans know little (or nothing) about Title IX, a strong majority supports requiring colleges and universities to offer women as many sports scholarships as men.
Title IX’s greatest achievement wasn’t equality. It was possibility.
Fifty years ago, legislation detonated barriers for generations of women.
Bills WR Stefon Diggs pays it forward, hosts D.C. youth football camp
The former Maryland standout returned to the field where he played youth football two decades before.
George Washington University to stop using ‘Colonials’ name by 2023-24
George Washington University said the "Colonials" moniker has divided the community and “no longer serve its purpose as a name that unifies.”
Army-Navy games to be played at five Northeast sites the next five seasons
Over the next five seasons, Army and Navy will play football games in or near Boston, Washington, Baltimore, New York and Philadelphia.
Eight no-hitters and 59 wins: Oklahoma’s case as softball’s all-time best
Oklahoma, which won its fifth national title in the past nine World Series, was historically dominant. The numbers tell part of the story.
Maryland basketball fills a need, adds Canadian center Caelum Swanton-Rodger
Swanton-Rodger is the fourth member of Kevin Willard's 2022 class.
How an Olympic sprinter turned an HBCU into a track powerhouse
A win at this week's NCAA outdoor track championships would make North Carolina A&T the first HBCU to win a national title in any sport other than bowling since 1974.
Oklahoma’s abortion law means that college softball needs a new home
Oklahoma City calls itself the Softball Capital of the World, but the state has disqualified itself from hosting the Women's College World Series.
Maryland baseball team’s dream season ends with a loss to Connecticut
The Terps stumbled into an eight-run hole but nearly clawed their way back before falling, 11-8, in the deciding game of the College Park regional.
As college sports change, coaches must stop whining and amplify new voices
NIL legislation is causing chaotic unintended consequences. There needs to be some kind of thoughtful regulation, but the supposed leaders of college sports lack perspective and imagination.
Maryland edges Connecticut in 11 innings, forces winner-take-all finale
The Terps gave up a late lead but found an answer in the 11th inning to force a deciding game Monday.
Maryland basketball gets commitment from Baltimore’s Jahnathan Lamothe
The 6-foot-4 guard from Baltimore is a four-star recruit and the No. 4 player in Maryland, according to 247 Sports’ composite ratings.
Everything you need to know about the NCAA baseball tournament
The NCAA baseball tournament kicks off Friday. Here's what you need to know about the 64-team event.
For Rob Vaughn and Maryland baseball, this dream season is just the start
For Rob Vaughn's rising Maryland baseball program, the next trick will be making sure that 2022 isn’t an outlier that exists in a scrapbook.
Maryland’s Logan Wisnauskas wins Tewaaraton Award
Wisnauskas led the Terps to a national title while breaking Maryland’s single-season record with 103 points.
Texas shouldn’t host the NCAA’s Final Fours until it fixes its gun laws
The NCAA rarely makes a headline for the right reasons. This is a chance to do that.
Aminu Mohammed, Georgetown’s leading scorer, will remain in NBA draft
Mohammed, a five-star recruit, averaged 13.7 points during his one season with the Hoyas.