Senator breaks leg during UConn victory parade
"What can I say, I love a parade!" Senator Richard Blumenthal tweeted.
LSU star Angel Reese says she'll visit White House with team
Angel Reese said she was "hurt" by First Lady Jill Biden's suggestion that runner-up Iowa should join LSU for their White House visit.
LSU’s Reese unapologetic over gestures to Iowa’s Clark at NCAA championship
LSU’s historic win isn’t what’s got people talking – it’s a hand gesture made by junior player Angel Reese to Iowa’s Caitlin Clark after the Tigers secured the win.
NCAA: LSU defeats Iowa, wins 1st championship
LSU shot 58% from the field in the opening 20 minutes, including going nine for 12 from behind the arc.
NCAA: UConn's Final Four streak ends with loss to Ohio State
UConn's record streak of reaching 14 straight Final Fours ended when third-seeded Ohio State beat the No. 2 seed Huskies 73-61 on Saturday in the Sweet 16 of the women's NCAA Tournament.
New Mexico State suspends men's basketball program indefinitely
The shut-down of a Division I program in midseason for reasons other than injuries or, more recently, a COVID-19 outbreak, is virtually unheard of.
NCAA turns to US appeals court over pay for athletes
The Division I athletes and former athletes who filed the suit being argued in Philadelphia on Wednesday are seeking hourly wages similar to those earned in work-study programs.
Papanikolaou leads Cal to second straight water polo title
Nikolaos Papanikolaou had seven goals, Roberto Valera gave California the lead with 41 seconds left and the Golden Bears scored five straight goals to stun Southern California 13-12 and win their second straight NCAA men’s water polo championship on Sunday.
Parents of the late goalie Katie Meyer sue Stanford for wrongful death: report
The parents of Katie Meyer, the former Stanford soccer goalie who died by suicide, have sued the university for wrongful death.
California gymnasts in anguish years after suffering abuse by college coach
KTVU spoke with 13 former SJSU gymnasts who all echoed the same message – they were abused by their coach and then failed by the very system put in place to protect them.
UC Berkeley Water Polo discovers their secret weapon thousands of miles away
UC Berkeley has one of the most successful colligate water polo programs in the country. The university has won 15 national championships, their latest came just last season.
College Football Playoff to expand to 12 by 2026, maybe sooner
The university presidents who oversee the College Football Playoff voted Friday to expand the postseason model for determining a national champion from four to 12 teams no later than the 2026 season.
Urban Meyer returns to Fox's 'Big Noon Saturday'
Fox announced that Urban Meyer would rejoin the show that he was part of in its first two seasons.
UCLA, USC departing Pac-12 for Big Ten
In a major shakeup for college sports, it appears the Pac-12 Conference will once again become the Pac-10 after the departure of two major California schools.
UConn tops Stanford 63-58, advances to NCAA title game
Paige Bueckers scored 14 points and UConn advanced to the national championship game with a 63-58 win over defending champion Stanford on Friday night.
Big sports weekend for the Bay Area; something for everyone
This weekend offers Bay Area sports fans; NCAA basketball, BMX racing, soccer and a sailing championship.
March Madness at the Chase Center: Fervor over Sweet 16 games
San Francisco is in the grips of March Madness as Gonzaga faces Arkansas, and Duke will play Texas Tech in the NCAA Men's Basketball Sweet 16.
March Madness comes to San Francisco's Chase Center and business owners are ready to 'win'
Excitement is building as NCAA action is set to get underway in San Francisco. Chase Center will host the West Regional Sweet 16 and Elite Eight, and fans are already pouring into the city.
NCAA to convene constitutional convention to propose ‘dramatic changes’
The NCAA has set the stage for major reforms, announcing a constitutional convention would be convened this November to propose drastic changes to its constitution.
NCAA now allowing athletes to make money from their image
For more, KTVU's Mike Mibach spoke with Shaun Fletcher, Assistant Professor of Public Relations and Sports Communications at San Jose State University.