A top recruit who lost her father and basketball career, Tierra Rogers fought through heartbreak and depression to inspire her teammates at Cal.
There's nothing quite like being a mom and raising an athlete. Michelle Smith writes about the rewarding experience of her child playing sports -- that is, when she can stomach watching.
Stanford (seeking its third straight title) and three-time champion USC resume their never-ending battle for water polo supremacy at this weekend's NCAA tournament.
Phoenix won the lottery, but Washington and Tulsa made big offseason moves. Who will be the WNBA's most improved team? That's up for debate.
The Springstowne Wrestling Academy, the nation's largest girls' school wrestling program, brings a championship glow to the working-class city of Vallejo, Calif.
Elena Myers turned heads last year when she became the first woman to win a motorsports race at Daytona. She's back with a new team, racing in a new class.
In a sport that's about individual endurance, U.S. cross-country skier Liz Stephen finds her joy in being part of a team.
Private dressing room aside, Tammy "T-Time" Brawner is a perfect fit for the Harlem Globetrotters.
Like a baseball player, the Colts long-snapper Matt Overton toiled for years in the football minors before making it to the NFL.
At just 18, Lakey Peterson is taking women's surfing into new territory with her never-before-seen, high-flying style.
Embracing the scrutiny, heralded UConn freshman Breanna Stewart is already showing she has what it takes to become the next great Husky.
From becoming a personal participant to finding a new rooting interest, our writers weigh in on their sports goals for the coming year.
Notre Dame football makes conference independence look easy, but for UConn's women's basketball team, it would be a different story.
Unseeded Michigan knocked off No. 2 Stanford in Saturday's regionals to move on to the final four for the first time in school history.
BAWSI has helped countless Bay Area girls learn to love sports and physical education. The organization's success has it primed to be a national model.
During the offseason, 49ers long-snapper Brian Jennings moves from the football field to the yoga mat, which he credits for his long, healthy career.