LOS ANGELES (AP) — USC athletic director Pat Haden has been taken to his doctor after becoming faint on campus.
Sports information director Tim Tessalone says Wednesday's episode is similar to one that the 63-year-old Haden suffered last October before a game against Notre Dame that briefly sent Haden to the hospital.
In this case, Tessalone says Haden was walking back from a campus meeting when he felt light-headed and sat down.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — It's been a family affair for the Richardsons of the Albany Alexander basketball teams with three siblings reaching impressive marks recently for the Division III school.
Junior point guard Leah became the girls' program all-time scoring leader 45 seconds into a 64-11 win against Athens on Feb. 1. She finished with 10 points to give her 1,239 in her career, 10 more than Josie Carr scored from 1997 to 2001.
NEW YORK (AP) — The WNBA has named Lisa Borders its new president.
Borders, who helped bring the Dream to Atlanta in 2008 as the city's vice mayor, will become the league's fourth president. The move announced Wednesday comes three months after former president Laurel J. Richie stepped down.
Borders inherits a league that will begin its 20th season in May. Despite great attendance during the playoffs, the WNBA had its lowest average attendance in...
LONDON (AP) — Food and beverage giant Nestle says it has terminated its sponsorship of the IAAF over fears the doping scandal and corruption afflicting athletics' governing body could damage the company's image.
Nestle has been funding the IAAF's kids' athletics program for four years, but announced on Wednesday that the partnership is ending "with immediate effect."
In a statement, Nestle says "this decision was taken in light of negative publicity...