Rob Rabb started making buttons of the Duke women's basketball players to support the program. Little did he know they would become such cherished mementos.
Serena Williams started off strong at the Australian Open, but her first-round win didn't reveal much about the state of her game or that rolled ankle.
Grand Slams aren't the only measure of success in life. As Kim Clijsters enters her presumably final season, maybe that will be her more significant legacy.
The 6-foot-3 post player loves to bang and rebound. And when she's not playing hoops, she pursues her interest in law enforcement.
Aubrey is the starting goalkeeper for NCAA contender Wake Forest and is a national team prospect; Amber plays for Brown -- and is her sister's No. 1 fan.
The Blue Devils will be making their first trip to the NCAA soccer quarterfinals since 2008, but they're hungry for a College Cup berth.
Big brother John is the 6-11 star for North Carolina, but when it came time for Amber to choose a school, she went with archrival Duke.
The Demon Deacons have made 16 straight NCAA soccer tournaments but have advanced to the quarterfinals just once. This year, they envision more.
Last year the Hurricanes stunned the basketball world by tying for first in the ACC. This year, with everyone back and some key additions, they could be even better.
As she moves full time to NASCAR, Danica Patrick faces trickier cars, rougher racing and a longer, hotter season. It all starts Saturday in Texas.
Regardless of the results of this week's year-end championships in Istanbul, there is no true world No. 1 in tennis this year.
A hot dog was pitched at new Rolex pitchman Tiger Woods on Sunday. Alas, writes Viv Bernstein, the dog and the sponsors are missing the mark.
You'd think there would be one or two notable Hispanic players looming in the tennis world, yet that's not the case. Why?
There was drama, tears of joy, angry outbursts, the emergence of new talent and some interesting scheduling during the 2011 U.S. Open.
Semifinalists Sam Stosur and Angelique Kerber belonged on Arthur Ashe Stadium, writes Viv Bernstein, but the men got center stage instead.
Samantha Stosur played her best tennis when it mattered most, stunning Serena Williams in straight sets Sunday to claim the U.S. Open title.