U.S. tops rival Japan to win International Cup
Monica Abbott and a core group of veterans turn their attention to clinching an Olympic berth at the world championships.
USA tops Japan for championship
United States defeats Japan 10-5 to win the Softball International Cup championship.
USA Red makes insane relay play to tag out runner at home
USA Red's Kirsti Merritt makes a nice relay throw from deep left field to Delaney Spaulding, who throws out Japan's Natsuko Sugama at home plate.
Source: Beekman to be Spartans' permanent AD
Bill Beekman, who has served as Michigan State's interim athletic director since February -- shortly after Mark Hollis retired -- will be named a permanent replacement Monday, a source told ESPN.
USA Red blanks Puerto Rico
USA Red takes down Puerto Rico 5-0 with Monica Abbott fanning 16, as they advance to the championship game of the International Cup.
Baylor settles lawsuit that alleged gang rape
Baylor has settled a Title IX lawsuit involving one of the most pivotal allegations in the school's sexual assault scandal.
UL drops Papa John's name from stadium
Louisville president Neeli Bendapudi said the school has stripped Papa John's name from its football stadium. The move comes after founder John Schnatter admitted earlier this week he used the N-word during an internal conference call.
Kelly Kretschman has a point to make
Kelly Kretschman is the lone active owner of Olympic gold for USA Softball, but she's still got something to prove.
Ex-athletes recall lewd atmosphere at Ohio St.
In the wake of allegations that a former Ohio State team doctor sexually abused dozens of student-athletes, wrestlers from that era remember men peeking at them over bathroom stalls.
'Papa' John out as chairman, Louisville trustee
Papa John's founder and Louisville booster John Schnatter resigned from the school's board of trustees after it was reported that he used a racial slur during a conference call.
2 ex-OSU officials say they didn't know of abuse
Two former top administrators say they weren't aware of allegations of sexual abuse by an Ohio State University doctor when they worked there in the 1990s.
Monica Abbott on her quest for gold
After eight long years without a Team USA jersey, Monica Abbott hopes to cap her legendary career with a gold medal.
Brehanna Daniels is making NASCAR history
Norfolk State graduate is first black female pit crew member
Oregon taps OU's Lombardi as softball coach
Melyssa Lombardi, Oklahoma's associate head softball coach, has been hired by Oregon to become the head coach.
USA vs. USA and other international softball oddities
You may be seeing red over the tiebreak rule as players on Teams USA look forward to the chance to reclaim gold.
Strauss family cooperating in Ohio State probe
The family of Richard Strauss, a former Ohio State team doctor accused by athletes of sexual misconduct, says it is cooperating with the school's independent investigation.
Wisconsin wrestler killed in crash in Illinois
Wisconsin wrestler Eli Stickley was killed Thursday night after his Nissan pickup left the road on an Illinois interstate.
MSU's ex-medical school dean retires
William Strampel, former dean of Michigan State's medical school, retired effective June 30. Strampel continues to be under investigation for sexual harassment.
Baylor denies allegations of racism, cover-up
A former Baylor University athletic director's claims that the school used black football players as scapegoats to cover up a schoolwide sexual assault scandal are bizarre and "blatantly false," according to the university.
Ex-athletes allege OSU doc groped men for years
On paper, Richard Strauss was a well-regarded Ohio State University physician who examined young athletes for decades as a team doctor and sports-medicine researcher.
Kansas hires ex-Arkansas AD Long as new AD
Jeff Long was hired Thursday to be Kansas' new athletic director, replacing Sheahon Zenger, who was fired in May.
Q&A with USA Softball coach Ken Eriksen
With a spot in the 2020 Olympics up for grabs next month, coach Ken Eriksen details Team USA's advantages and challenges.
Jordan says he was unaware of Ohio St. abuse
U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan denies claims that he knew of ongoing sexual abuse while an assistant wrestling coach at Ohio State.
Tennessee puts cheerleading coach on paid leave
Tennessee spirit coordinator Joy Postell-Gee is on paid administrative leave as the school reviews complaints she engaged in "inappropriate conduct and unsatisfactory work-related behavior.''
Congressman accused of knowing about abuse
Two former wrestlers at Ohio State University say a congressman isn't being truthful when he says he wasn't aware of allegations that a team doctor was abusing athletes.
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