The coronavirus and college sports: NCAA reopening plans, latest news, program cuts, more
When will college football and other sports return to action? Will more athletic programs be forced to cut sports because of financial strains? Here is the latest on how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting the college sports world.
Women's college basketball coaching changes for 2020-21
An up-to-date list of every coaching change in women's college basketball ahead of the 2020-21 season.
Sara Anastasieska transfers to Duke from California
Sara Anastasieska, who averaged 7.8 points and 1.8 assists and had 27 3-pointers as a starter for Cal last season, will play next season for Duke as a grad transfer.
NCAA to allow uniform patches for social justice causes
The NCAA announced Thursday that college athletes in all sports will be permitted to wear patches on their uniforms to support social justice issues.
Taylor Mikesell eligible to play this season for Oregon Ducks
Transfer Taylor Mikesell is eligible to play this basketball season for Oregon, the school said Wednesday.
Winners and losers of women's college basketball's transfer season
Which programs benefited most as players moved destinations this offseason? North Carolina, Arkansas, Baylor and Kentucky were among the big winners.
New Duke women's basketball coach Kara Lawson hires three assistants
New Duke women's basketball coach Kara Lawson has hired Beth Cunningham, Tia Jackson and Winston Gandy as assistant coaches on her staff.
Tennessee adds Jordan Walker as graduate transfer
Tennessee has signed Jordan Walker from Western Michigan as the second graduate transfer this year for coach Kellie Harper.
UConn Huskies recruit Paige Bueckers named Gatorade POY
Paige Bueckers, who is headed to UConn on Sunday, was named Gatorade Female Athlete of the Year on Friday.
New charges for massage therapist for Kansas female athletes
A man who provided massages for female athletes at the University of Kansas is facing six new misdemeanor charges of sexual battery.
Senators urge NCAA to widen scope of reform beyond college athlete compensation
Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee told NCAA president Mark Emmert on Wednesday that the governing body needs to go further in reform than just loosening restrictions on how athletes can be compensated.
Pittsburgh athletic director Heather Lyke tells Senate that ACC schools unanimously oppose gambling on collegiate sports
Testifying to a Senate Judiciary Committee, and in an effort to have betting on college sports prohibited, Pittsburgh athletic director Heather Lyke said Tuesday that ACC shools unanimously oppose gambling on NCAA activities.
ESPN study: Fan desire for return of sports has increased despite pandemic
Despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, fans have expressed an overwhelming desire for the return of live sports in the latest round of an ESPN study.
Oklahoma women's basketball player tests positive for coronavirus
One University of Oklahoma women's basketball player has tested positive for COVID-19, and a second player has been deemed a close contact.
Former Indiana women's basketball coach Bea Gorton, 73, dies
Bea Gorton, who had a 79-28 coaching record over the Hoosiers' first four seasons of women's basketball, has died at the age of 73.