Two of the top teams in the Fab 50 will face off in Texas (ESPN, 9:30 p.m. ET) when No. 4 Montrose Christian (Rockville, Md.) travels to No. 11 Marcus (Flower Mound, Texas).
Florida has won a third straight NCAA women's gymnastics title, and didn't have to share the crown this time. Utah finished second at 197.800 this year, and Oklahoma was third at 197.525.
An attorney says a reworked settlement with the NCAA over concussions is just as bad as the original because thousands of brain-damaged former athletes still won't get just compensation.
A 17-year-old has been convicted of first-degree murder in the shooting death of an Australian college baseball player in Oklahoma.
Albany lacrosse player Lyle Thompson became the all-time leading scorer in Division I history, surpassing Cornell great Rob Pannell (354) on Tuesday.
The top two tiers of the Big Ten have been really hard to predict this season, and that probably won't change down the stretch.
Mississippi State athletics director Scott Stricklin and Adidas have apologized for an obscene phrase on one of the baseball team's practice jerseys.
The Capital One Cup Impact Performances of the week include Arizona State, Florida, Memphis and New Mexico.
A University of Maryland wrestler has been suspended after police say he attacked a woman at her Pennsylvania apartment and tried to carry her away.
NCAA champion goaltender Jon Gillies has signed a three-year entry-level contract with the Calgary Flames.
College baseball's longest-tenured coaches say the sport's biggest problem is this generation's players' sense of entitlement.
Rutgers' Lord Nelson, the only horse ever to be penalized in a college football game, has died.
Kyla Ross, a member of the "Fierce Five" gold-medal winning U.S. gymnastics team at the 2012 Olympics, has committed to UCLA but will defer enrollment until after the 2016 Olympics.
Filings in U.S. District Court in Chicago late Tuesday night notified a federal judge that there was a new proposed settlement for a head injury lawsuit against the NCAA.
In ESPN the Magazine's Point Guard issue, Mina Kimes argues that paying coaches for grades may make the academic crisis worse.
Providence men's ice hockey wins its first national title in program history.
Fans of the Providence Friars erupted in cheers when the hockey team's co-captain Ross Mauermann exclaimed, "We're national champions!" during a Tuesday victory celebration at Schneider Arena.
The defense attorney for a 17-year-old charged in the shooting death of a college baseball player from Australia told a jury that his client fired the fatal shot.
Jemele Hill discusses the life and legacy of Lauren Hill, who refused to be defined by her disease and helped raise nearly $2 million for cancer research.