Mountain West football teams could take the field as soon as Oct. 24 and play an eight-game, conference-only schedule, if a proposal by conference athletic directors is approved by the MW Board of Directors.
Less than 48 hours after proclaiming his team as the best in Florida, Central Florida quarterback Dillon Gabriel did what any pure passer worth his eye black would do.
Neill Carvalho goes back to his roots, honoring the St. Joseph coaches and teachers who shaped him long ago.
Despite a canceled minor league season, Micah Bello’s job remains the same: find a way to improve.
Lacey Uchida was itching to get back on the golf course after last playing competitively in winning the Hawaii state amateur in March.
The NCAA Division I Council announced Wednesday that men’s and women’s basketball would start Nov. 25, keeping the hopes of March Madness alive and showing the disparity between the lower divisions.
UCF quarterback McKenzie Milton has made tremendous strides as he continues his rehabilitation from a catastrophic knee injury that nearly cost him his leg in 2018. While most people associated with the Knights football program believe Milton’s return to the football field is inevitable, don’t expect it to happen soon.
MILWAUKEE — From college walk-on to major league starter, Chicago Cubs right-hander Alec Mills had to earn most every break he got.
INGLEWOOD, Calif. — The Los Angeles Rams ran through their tunnel and into empty SoFi Stadium for the very first time amid sparkling fireworks, flashing lights and the prerecorded cheers of fans watching from home.
NEW ORLEANS — Drew Brees and Tom Brady, the two leading passers in NFL history, couldn’t muster vintage performances in the first NFL game featuring two starting quarterbacks in their 40s.
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — The Los Angeles Lakers are going to the conference finals for the first time in a decade, ending the longest drought in franchise history.
NEW YORK — After one errant forehand in the first set of the U.S. Open final, Naomi Osaka looked at her coach in the mostly empty Arthur Ashe Stadium stands with palms up, as if to say, “What the heck is happening?”
How sweet it can be.
Add another player to the Big Island’s pipeline to the University of Hawaii baseball team, and Pa’a Elarionoff already has a head start on Oahu.