7:49 AM EDT, Sat May 23, 2015
Illinois prep safety Kenney Lyke explains why he chose 'hard-nosed' Michigan State

Illinois prep safety Kenney Lyke explains why he chose 'hard-nosed' Michigan State

Lyke said the Spartans were one of the "first big, top-five powerhouse schools to offer" him a scholarship, and that played a role in him picking Michigan State over Notre Dame and Baylor, among other schools.

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Ledger-Enquirer 54 mins ago

Spring Wrapup: LSU

Editor's note: SEC teams finished up spring practice last month. And with the league's coaches recapping the spring last week in a pair of teleconferences, there's no better time to…
Grand Rapids Press 1 hour ago
Jim Harbaugh again defends Michigan's satellite camps, says they're 'a great way for us to spread football'

Jim Harbaugh again defends Michigan's satellite camps, says they're 'a great way for us to spread football'

Harbaugh did add the caveat, "There's also a recruiting element. You get to meet folks in different areas of the country. So I think it's all good."
UA out of arms, on its way home

UA out of arms, on its way home

No. 6 Florida dished out payback against No. 20 Arkansas and sent the Razorbacks home from the SEC Tournament on Friday with budding concerns about their starting pitching.
Outfielder in mix for top award

Outfielder in mix for top award

Arkansas outfielder Andrew Benintendi was named Friday as one of 21 semifinalists for the Golden Spikes Award, which is given annually to the nations top amateur baseball player.
Spokesman-Review 4 hours ago

Area golfers will take their shots at Open sectionals - Sat, 23 May 2015 PST

Sean Walsh and Kent Hagen know the long odds that stand in their way of qualifying for the U.S. Open. Theirs isn’t the same road traveled by the 49 players (47 pros and two amateurs) who are in the field via one of 15 exemptions based on world rankings, past performance, etc. Walsh, a rising senior at Gonzaga, and 2014 Washington State grad Hagen are walking the same path as nearly 10,000 who submitted entries for 111 local qualifiers across the country.
1-for-2 deal helps Bielema, Bucknam

1-for-2 deal helps Bielema, Bucknam

In his quest to contend for an SEC football championship and advance nationally the Razorbacks, Arkansas Coach Bret Bielema has one Razorback ahead of the game.

Andrew Moore dominates as Oregon State Beavers top Cal 4-0

For the full nine innings, Moore baffled Golden Bears batters. The former All American pounded the corners of the strike zone, worked ahead in counts and surrendered just two hits in his fifth career shutout. His 13 strikeouts fell one shy of his personal record, set in the Corvallis Regional last May.
New York Daily News 5 hours ago
Syndergaard likely staying in rotation, Mets fall to Pirates

Syndergaard likely staying in rotation, Mets fall to Pirates

Noah Syndergaard still has time to prove himself. The Mets have strongly indicated that he is not going to be sent back to the minors.

Ninth-inning collapse dooms Oregon against UCLA, puts season on the ropes

The Ducks tied the game in the ninth, but a bases loaded walk in the ninth gave UCLA the winning run.
Orange County Register 5 hours ago
College baseball roundup: UCLA sets record with 22nd conference win

College baseball roundup: UCLA sets record with 22nd conference win

Kevin Kramer drew a two-out walk with the bases loaded in the top of the ninth inning to help the second-ranked UCLA baseball team defeat Oregon, 4-3, and set a program record for conference victories (22) Friday night in Eugene. Closer David Berg...
Arizona Republic 6 hours ago
No. 19 ASU baseball routs No. 17 USC

No. 19 ASU baseball routs No. 17 USC

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Arizona Daily Star 6 hours ago
Arizona women's golfers fifth at nationals

Arizona women's golfers fifth at nationals

The Wildcats are nine shots off the lead at NCAAs in Florida.

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