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Erik Adamson's six goals led fifth-seeded Denver to a 15-6 victory over Drexel on Sunday to advance to the semifinals of the NCAA tournament.
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Texas Southern University President Dr. John Rudley says smaller schools "are severely handicapped" by limited resources and need help from the NCAA.
An antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA took a new twist when former UCLA basketball star Ed O'Bannon and 19 other former athletes gave up their claim to individual monetary damages, just weeks before the case is scheduled to go to trial.
UConn coach Kevin Ollie is listening to job offers, but isn't looking to leave Connecticut.
Tennessee Martin guard Heather Butler has been voted the Ohio Valley Conference's female athlete of the year for 2013-14.
The NCAA says Boise State can immediately assist a homeless football recruit who signed to play with the team in February.
Tennessee's football program has improved its academic progress to the point that it won't face punishment from the NCAA.