We asked four prominent figures in college hoops -- Duke's Marshall Plumlee, LSU's Ben Simmons, Georgia State's Ron Hunter and Maryland's Melo Trimble -- how they spent their summer vacations.
Two-time world women's gymnastics champion Simone Biles is going pro.
After two FSU football players were charged with misdemeanor battery days apart last week, president John Thrasher outlined plans to improve student-athlete behavior through education.
What does it take to be a college basketball student manager? Well, it's not glorious, but the people setting up chairs, filling water bottles and mopping sweat take their jobs seriously.
The federal government has launched an investigation into sexual violence at the University of Tennessee.
Conference USA commissioner Britton Banowsky is stepping down after nearly 13 years running the league to join the College Football Playoff.
Arizona will replace Nevada in the inaugural Tony Gwynn Classic college baseball tournament in February.
Isabella Picard, a Saint Joseph's softball player who fractured a vertebrae and lost the ability to use her right side, threw the ceremonial first pitch in a game on Saturday.
The NCAA has lost another battle in the courts, and this one will be costly, as a judge ordered the organization to pay $44.5 million in legal fees from the Ed O'Bannon case.
SEC commissioner Greg Sankey said the league is in the process of forming a "working group" to study how to best minimize conduct issues among athletes.
Amanda Belichick, the daughter of New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, will try to turn around a Holy Cross women's lacrosse team that finished 4-14 last season.
The NCAA ended a nearly 15-year ban on South Carolina hosting sanctioned championship events following the decision to remove the Confederate flag from the state's Capitol grounds.
The University of Michigan has an agreement in principle with Nike for the shoe giant to outfit all its varsity sports teams from August 2016 through the 2027 season.
Jeff Campbell of North Dakota won the College Home Run Derby, hitting 10 homers in the final to easily defeat Wake Forest's Will Craig on Thursday night.
Former Virginia Tech AD Jim Weaver, who helped guide the Hokies into the ACC and their most successful era ever, passed away Thursday.
Virginia's impressive run to the Division I baseball national championship was enough to propel it to top of the final Capital One Cup standings. Check out which program took the women's trophy and where your favorite team finished.
Seven former University of Illinois women's basketball players sued the university Wednesday, accusing coach Matt Bollant and a former assistant of violating their civil rights by using race to d
Jack Eichel, the No. 2 overall pick at the 2015 NHL draft, has decided to turn pro, signing a three-year, entry-level contract with the Buffalo Sabres on Wednesday.
Texas hired Howard Joffe as the new women's tennis coach, poaching him from former rival at Texas A&M.
Schuyler Bailar was a star recruit for the Harvard women's swimming team. But Bailar is opting to join the men's team instead as one of the NCAA's first openly transgender swimmers.
Was Ole Miss' win over Alabama the best upset of 2014? Who are the top female and male college athletes? Vote for your favorite ESPY moments now.
Missy Franklin, the Olympic gold medal-winning swimmer who led California to the NCAA title this year, was awarded with the Honda Cup in a ceremony in Los Angeles on Monday night.
A tractor-trailer driver whose semi crashed into a bus in Oklahoma and killed four members of the North Central Texas College softball team faces manslaughter charges.
Fans of LPGA players Jenny Suh and Brooke Pancake make their presence known at the NW Arkansas Championship.
Missy Farr-Kaye has been promoted to Arizona State's head women's golf coach.
Will Oklahoma's Lauren Chamberlain take home the ESPY for best record breaking performance? You can help decide. Vote now!
An improbable run through the NCAA tournament finished with a national championship for Brian O'Connor that has been a long time in the making.
New legislation announced Friday by the NCAA proposes tougher academic integrity policies and sets expectations for athletic department staff and athletes.
One day after Virginia won the College World Series for the first time, beating Vanderbilt 4-2, the Cavaliers' returned to a raucous greeting by an estimated 4,000 fans.
At the College World Series, new SEC commissioner Greg Sankey talks about his first month on the job.
The 15 home runs hit in 16 College World Series games this year were the most since the tournament moved to TD Ameritrade Park in 2011, and they mirrored the increased offense across Division I.
Pavin Smith homered and drove in three runs, and Brandon Waddell turned in another strong College World Series pitching performance, leading Virginia over Vanderbilt 4-2 for the title.
North Carolina earned another high finish among Division I college sports programs. The Tar Heels also dealt with another year of off-field issues, including an NCAA investigation into academics.
UNC Greensboro's athletic programs will be on probation for two years after improperly certifying the initial eligibility of 57 athletes in 13 sports over six seasons.
A Penn State Altoona softball player is discussing a plea deal with prosecutors on assault charges for hitting a batter with a pitch during practice.
Northwestern recently made a historic decision to hire Spencer Allen as head baseball coach, but it barely made a blip on the college sports radar.
UCF has gone with an unconventional choice to serve as interim athletics director: football coach George O'Leary.