Colorado State announced it was investigating allegations that athletic department leaders intimidated and threatened student-athletes as leaders sought to disregard COVID-19 protocols.
Colorado St investigates athlete claims on COVID reporting
Mike Trout utilizes newfound Dad Strength in first AB back from Paternity Leave, makes Beckham proud
The Wild will hit the reset button after falling flat in Game 2 against Vancouver.
Jordan Spieth is on the cusp of history and hardly anyone notices
In the NBA bubble, the race for No. 8 out West is quite wild
WNBA players urged people to vote against Atlanta Dream co-owner Kelly Loeffler, a Republican U.S. senator running to keep her seat in Georgia
Adam Scott resurfaced at the PGA Championship in San Francisco this week, the last of the world's top 50-ranked players to return to competitive golf
The Vancouver Canucks beat the Minnesota Wild 4-3 to even their qualifying series at a win each
The NCAA still did not have a decision on fall sports championships following Tuesday's meeting, but president Mark Emmert said an "update" would be made Wednesday.
Elizabeth Williams of the Atlanta Dream is helping lead demonstrations against Senator Kelly Loeffler, one of the Dream’s co-owners, who has spoken disparagingly of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Disney World in Florida reopened to a limited number of daily visitors in mid-July. Disney said interest had been weaker than anticipated.
Rafael Nadal will not try to repeat his United States Open singles title; he said he would not play in the tournament because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Camping gear is in high demand this summer.
Thousands of Raptors fans packed the plaza outside Scotiabank Arena during the N.B.A. finals last season. The same area is nearly empty due to coronavirus precautions as the arena hosts the Eastern Conference teams in the N.H.L. playoffs.
“I think everyone is trying to look for someone or something to blame, and there isn’t one person or one thing to blame,” Derek Jeter, the Marlins’ chief executive, said of his team’s outbreak.
This new documentary tells the tale of the Americans who invested in Russia’s premier hockey team in the early 1990s. Unsurprisingly, things went awry.
Former Michigan State gymnastics coach Kathie Klages, who was found guilty by a jury in February for denying she knew of Larry Nassar's abuse, was sentenced to 90 days in jail for lying to police.
Kassidy Woods, second from left, celebrates a teammate’s touchdown last year. But he is opting out of this season because of the pandemic.
Memphis Grizzlies guard Ja Morant is 6-foot-3 but has dunked on — or at least tried to dunk on — big men like Anthony Davis and Kevin Love.
D-D Breaux, who oversaw LSU gymnastics for 43 years and twice won National Coach of the Year honors, retired on Tuesday as the longest-tenured coach of any sport in SEC history.
“We don’t have the video like we usually do. But now it’s just us, using your teammates’ eyes and your own eyes, and just talking some baseball,” Aaron Judge said.
A minor league team in Spokane, Wash., has steadfastly stood by its nickname with the support of the local Native American community.
Baltimore Orioles players kept their distance in auxiliary dugout seating during a game against the visiting Yankees on Thursday.
Dwayne Johnson bought the beleaguered football league, which the World Wrestling Federation began in 2001. No plans for a restart were announced.
WCC's new "Russell Rule," named after Bill Russell, requires finalists for any athletic leadership position within the conference's schools to include at least one member of a "traditionally underrepresented community."
With Hawk-Eye Live, the electronic system makes all the calls, even if there are some familiar touches like the recorded voices that shout “out,” “fault” or “foot fault.”
Emma Shearman spearfishing off Manly, Australia, in July.
Lisa Mason, a 2000 British Olympian, recently encouraged fellow gymnasts to speak out about verbal and physical abuse by coaches. “I was told many times that gymnasts should be seen and not heard because the sport is all about being the good little gymnast,” she said.
JJ Redick of the New Orleans Pelicans is going deeper into the podcasting world with a new production company to develop more shows.
“The people who are deciding whether we are going to play football are going to prioritize money over health and safety 10 times out of 10,” said Jaydon Grant, right, a senior defensive back at Oregon State.
Mets outfielder Yoenis Cespedes was batting .161 in eight games this season.
Patty Mills, a key reserve for the San Antonio Spurs, said he developed an emotional shield from a lifetime of racial abuse, but he is using the platform of the N.B.A.’s restart to speak out against racism.
Projecting budget shortfalls, George Washington will cut seven sports, including three that compete on the NCAA level.
The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel announced alterations in football and other sports to accommodate for COVID-19 concerns this coming season.
Oregon State volleyball players allege abuse by the coach that led members of the team to quit, transfer or contemplate suicide.
The NCAA announced Thursday that college athletes in all sports will be permitted to wear patches on their uniforms to support social justice issues.
A former Michigan student says the football program's most famous coach, Bo Schembechler, knew about the sexual misconduct of team doctor Robert Anderson.
As he waits for another NHL opportunity, Stanley Cup-winning coach Mike Babcock on Wednesday joined the staff at the University of Vermont as a volunteer adviser to the men's hockey team.
Mike Gillespie, who played on and coached College World Series title teams with USC, died Wednesday. He was 80.
Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott has fully recovered from the coronavirus and is out of quarantine, a school spokesperson told ESPN on Wednesday.
Arizona will resume team activities next week and bring freshmen to campus beginning Monday as part of a phased return of its athletic programs, the school announced.
The newly formed Central Collegiate Hockey Association added the University of St. Thomas on Wednesday.
The Big West Conference is postponing all fall sports through the end of the calendar year.
Two NCAA programs at Winthrop and East Carolina that were cut because of the financial impact of COVID-19 are working to help each other survive.
Two UMass Boston hockey players embarked on a journey from Boston to Mason, Michigan, this summer -- on their inline skates. Go inside their 1,000-mile-plus trip here.
From cutting sports to limiting travel, schools are rethinking their budgets in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, which has accelerated their need to adapt.