Kelsey Mitchell set an NCAA single-season record with 127 three-point field goals.
Ohio State freshman point guard Kelsey Mitchell received All-America honors today from the U.S. Basketball Writers Association and the Associated Press. Mitchell, the nation's leading scorer, was selected on the 10-player USBWA team. Earlier in the day, the AP announced Mitchell as a second-team member.
D'Angelo Russell is the 15th All-American from Ohio State and the first since Jared Sullinger in 2011 and 2012.
Guard D’Angelo Russell capped his freshman year at Ohio State by being named a first-team All-American yesterday by a panel of 65 Associated Press voters.
Raekwon McMillan, right, shared playing time at middle linebacker during the regular season in 2014.
One would think that a sophomore linebacker stepping into big shoes at Ohio State would want to start in spring practice to feel comfortable. Raekwon McMillan wants to feel the exact opposite, and his position coach, Luke Fickell, OSU’s co-defensive coordinator, encouraged it.
Logan Stieber, who this month won his fourth national title
As if there were any doubt, Ohio State senior Logan Stieber capped his record-breaking collegiate career by winning the Hodge Trophy, college wrestling’s top award.
Urban Meyer, right, says "everything is fine; no issue" with quarterback Braxton Miller's Instagram post.
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer believes that quarterback Braxton Miller is in the clear regarding the inquiry the OSU compliance office conducted into his social-media posts promoting sports-performance and nutrition products, but the athletic administration has yet to confirm it.
Alabama coach Nick Saban steadfastly defended his signing of defensive lineman Jonathan Taylor, who was kicked off the team over the weekend for another domestic violence arrest.
Kentucky takes an unprecedented 38-0 record to the Final Four. Yet, an even more arresting — and, perhaps, more revealing — number is this: There are 631 Division I players who have averaged more points this season than the Wildcats’ leading scorer.
Lou Holtz’s induction into the Ohio High School Athletic Association Circle of Champions last weekend launched a fascinating game of “What if?”
Dayton players, from left, Saicha Grant-Allen, Amber Deane, Jenna Burdette and Jodie Cornelie-Sigmundova can’t hide their disappointment after the loss to Connecticut.
ALBANY, N.Y. — For 20 minutes last night, the Dayton Flyers showed no signs of slowing their improbable run that had carried them, as a No. 7 seed, to a regional final against mighty Connecticut.
The inevitable elimination of the Blue Jackets from playoff contention could happen as soon as tonight, though it is a fate the team accepted long ago.
The Blue Jackets Scott Hartnell, right, has 25 goals and 54 points this season, but the team’s long string of injuries has limited its effectiveness.
Scott Hartnell has two regrets about his first season with the Blue Jackets. First is the Blue Jackets’ season, how the injury-riddled campaign has only seven games left with no shot at the Stanley Cup playoffs. The other regret is that Hartnell’s foundation — the Hartnell Down Foundation — which, after becoming well-known the previous two years in Philadelphia, has been slow to catch on in Columbus.
The Reds’ Billy Hamilton, right, makes a catch as Marlon Byrd avoids a collision against the Padres.
Trevor Bauer struck out seven, working into the seventh inning, and the Cleveland Indians connected for three home runs yesterday in a 4-1 exhibition victory over the Chicago White Sox in Glendale, Ariz.
Federico Higuain, right, will miss the next game.
There was reason for optimism and also reasons for doubt after the first two games of the season. Lots of offense produced no goals at Houston, and although the Crew scored two in the home opener a week later, they came against a 10-man Toronto team.