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Capital One Impact Performance winner

West Virginia defeated No. 1 Baylor on Tuesday by nearly 20 points, earning the Mountaineers the Capital One Cup Impact Performance.

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Ex-Drury swimmer: Hazing ended athletic career

A former swimmer at Drury University in Missouri says hazing that he and others endured during his freshman year left him with physical and mental injuries that ended his athletic career.

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Texas track coach Sategna reinstated after probe

Texas has reinstated track coach Mario Sategna, who had taken a personal leave of absence in September 2016 and was the subject of a school ethics and misconduct investigation.

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More allege abuse by former gymnastics doctor

Eighteen current and former female athletes have filed a lawsuit claiming that Larry Nassar, the former USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University doctor, sexually abused them.

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Trump administration heightens Title IX anxiety

Women's and LGBTQ advocates have celebrated the 2011 Dear Colleague letter that expanded the reach of Title IX protections. But the ruling is neither iron-clad, nor universally embraced.

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Harkes, Buchanan are top NCAA soccer players

Wake Forest midfielder Ian Harkes won the Hermann Trophy as the top male college soccer player in the United States. West Virginia defender Kadeisha Buchanan was the top woman.

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Stanford women's VB coach Dunning retires

Longtime Stanford women's volleyball coach John Dunning announced his retirement Monday, less than a month after the Cardinal captured the NCAA title with a win against Texas.

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Wash. U men's soccer susp. for explicit remarks

The men's soccer team at Washington University in St. Louis has been indefinitely suspended for what the university calls sexually explicit comments toward the women's soccer team.

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Amherst cross country suspended over messages

Amherst College in Massachusetts has suspended all team activities for men's cross country after a number of messages came to light that administrators called racist, misogynistic and homophobic.

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Harvard men's cross country team on probation

Harvard has placed its men's cross country team on athletic probation after school lawyers found that the 2014 team made "crude and sexualized" documents about the women's cross country team.

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USC wins women's soccer national championship

Kayla Mills took a ball to the face, but adversity is nothing new to these Trojans. A group of former underachievers and transfers cracked West Virginia and won a national title.

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