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Eighteen Division I teams will miss the postseason, and another 18 squads in 10 different college sports will trade practice time for remedial classroom sessions under NCAA academic report cards released Tuesday.
North Dakota State University suspended star linebacker Travis Beck from the team indefinitely after allegedly hitting a man until he was unconscious in a weekend altercation in Fargo.
Michael Kim atoned for Cal not winning the NCAA title by earning a spot in the U.S. Open.
The national seeds behind North Carolina and Vanderbilt, in order, are: Oregon State, LSU, Cal State Fullerton, Virginia, Florida State and Oregon.
Iowa baseball coach Jack Dahm is out after 10 seasons with the Hawkeyes.
Top basketball prospect Andrew Wiggins will play his college basketball at Kansas.
The women's golfers at North Dakota State say they're often pegged as members of a winter sports team, given the fact that most of them are measured in the 5-foot-10 range and look like they haven't seen the sun. Turns out they haven't.
It wasn't long ago that Greg Goff would call a recruiting prospect and identify himself as the head baseball coach at Campbell University.
Four days after Syracuse lost in the national semifinals of the NCAA tournament, star point guard Michael Carter-Williams has decided to enter the NBA draft.
As coaches go, Michigan's John Beilein is easy to miss.
The entire basketball program at Wichita State runs on what Louisville coach Rick Pitino makes in a single year, with money left over to purchase plenty of trophy cases for Final Four hardware.
The Annika Award will be presented to the top NCAA Division I women's player, starting next year.
Attention on the red-brick campus of Wichita State this time of year has usually shifted from round ball to hardball _ as in, to the Shockers' venerable baseball program.
Creighton's Doug McDermott, Victor Oladipo of Indiana and Kelly Olynyk of Gonzaga are the other players on the team announced Monday.
Andy Enfield hasn't passed up a whole lot of shots in his life, whether they've come on the basketball court, on the sideline as a coach or on Wall Street as a businessman. And he has enjoyed his fair share of success along the way, making millions of dollars as an entrepreneur, marrying a supermodel and most recently leading FGCU to the Sweet 16.