The Syracuse men's and women's lacrosse teams are headed to Pennsylvania for their respective final fours. Like they have all season, they'll be there to support one other this weekend.
From IndyCar driver to now owning her own racing team, life outside of the driver's seat hasn't slowed down for Sarah Fisher -- far from it.
Teniya Page of Marian Catholic in Chicago reveals the secrets to her success as she heads into USA Basketball's U16 trials.
Maria Sharapova's determination to overcome both her awkwardness on clay and major shoulder sugery paid off with a career-defining French Open title last year.
Sierra Calhoun is the latest star at hoops power Christ the King in Brooklyn, N.Y. The No. 10 prospect in the espnW HoopGurlz class rankings for 2014 has one goal left to match her predecessors.
Buying gifts for athletes isn't the only sports trend Sarah Spain would like to see eighty-sixed.
Jennie Finch is no stranger to team sports, but the former softball great has never tackled the intense preparation she's undergoing to compete in her first triathlon.
When it comes to the direction of motorsports around the world, Lesa France Kennedy is either directly involved in the decision-making process or at the very least in the backs of the minds of others charged with the task.
Intimidation is far secondary to the efficiency and power of Serena Williams' game. They are the reason she's so intimidating.
Serena Williams already has a career Grand Slam. Another French Open title would be a nice addition to her resume, but it's not necessary for her legacy.
Carli Lloyd will make her first appearance with the U.S. women's soccer team since breaking her left shoulder in a June 2 exhibition against Canada.
From the language in Paris to the clay at Roland Garros, American tennis players -- with the possible exception of Serena Williams -- are out of their element at the French Open.
Hot Button: Whose feat was more significant?...
Annika Sorenstam didn't just put herself on the line at the Colonial, she was representing an entire tour -- and the players haven't forgotten.
The galleries at the Colonial seemed to relate to Annika Sorenstam on a deep level, as if her personal challenge was one of their own, and their support was unwavering.
Christmas Abbott could become the first full-time female crew pit member for a Sprint Cup Series racing team, but she's drawn plenty of cheers and jeers for the way she's come into the sport.