Two players were received All-American honors from the Columbia College volleyball team.
Wisconsin is off to its best start of the Bo Ryan era. The Badgers have not opened the season with seven consecutive wins since 1993-94.
Jameis Winston has not been charged in an open criminal investigation in a sexual assault case, and prosecutors said Tuesday they likely will need about two more weeks to decide whether to bring charges on the nearly year-old complaint.
The Columbia College women's basketball team defeated the University of Saint Mary 116-49 on Saturday in its final day at the Saint Mary Classic.
The letters prohibit the players from contacting current UNC athletes, bar them from the Kenan Football Center or other campus athletic facilities and prohibit them from providing recruiting or financial assistance for athletics.
The athletics director at the University of Hawaii was injured as he intervened in a fight that broke out after a women's tournament basketball game.
George M. "Buck" Randall, a University of Mississippi football player who tried to stop violence that erupted on the Oxford campus during integration in 1962, has died. He was 73.
After beating Kentucky last week, Michigan State claims the top spot in national basketball poll.
Baylor is the Big 12's only team in the top 10, and its no coincidence that the Bears are the only team with a consistent quarterback.
After a dominating men's basketball win over St. Louis Christian College on Friday, junior Zach Rockers was named American Midwest Conference player of the week.
The football team loses nine scholarships, the men's basketball team loses three, and the school will serve three years of probation.
Columbia College forward Rafael Ramos has scored nine goals in the team's past six matches and has helped the team move on after junior Marko Paunovic's season-ending knee injury.
The Stars' goalkeeper Briannica Ponder faced 52 shots in Tuesday's game against Lyon College and saved 36 of them, breaking a 22-year-old National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics record.
The Columbia College Cougars improved to 15-5 (5-1 in the American Midwest Conference) after defeating Harris-Stowe State University on Wednesday. It was the Cougars' fifth straight victory.
The Columbia College cross country team hosted a 5K on Saturday morning to kickoff the Cougars Homecoming Festivities.
Forty-two athletes competed Saturday in the Show-Me Strength Strongman and CrossFit Challenge. Among them was Libby Cowgill, who was competing in such an event for the first time.
The International Olympic Committee doesn't have the authority to intervene in Russia's law banning gay propaganda and is convinced there will be no discrimination against athletes or spectators at the Winter Games in Sochi, a top Olympic official said Thursday.
It has been said that sports is the universal language, and that's the key to an effort to improve lives of those suffering from early-onset Alzheimer's disease. Baseball is the trigger mechanism for the Cardinals Reminiscence League. Their love of this proud franchise helps them in many ways.
The Kansas City Royals squeaked out a 2-1 victory over the Kansas Rangers in the opening game on Friday night.
Kirsten Izzett, a Stephens College sophomore from Oregon City, Ore., joined the school's soccer team on a whim and only after her father encouraged her to do so. Izzett's father will visit her in Columbia for the first time this week.