After player collapses on bench
DALLAS — Once Rich Peverley collapsed on the Dallas bench, neither the Stars or visiting Columbus Blue Jackets felt up to finishing the game.
Juan Nicasio thinks he’s headed for the best season of his young career.
As he warmed up in the bullpen for his second spring training start, Stephen Strasburg felt strong. Perhaps a little too strong.
The St. Louis Cardinals signed Cuban free agent shortstop Aledmys Diaz to a contract and he’ll report to spring training today.
The Lincoln Blue Tigers managed just two runs while dropping both halves of a doubleheader with Northeastern State on Sunday.
Wins Missouri Valley Conference Tournament
ST. LOUIS — Wichita State’s still perfect. And proudly awaiting a No. 1 seed.
He wore black pants and a red shirt, his Sunday colors. He took a lead into the final round, quickly expanded it with a pair of birdies and then relied on his short game to keep everyone chasing him. He even played it safe off the 18th tee, caring more about the trophy than the final score.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. knew he probably didn’t have enough fuel to finish. Being in Vegas, he decided to gamble anyway.
Jordiar Jett gave No. 17 Saint Louis more than just a 64-62 road win Sunday against Massachusetts.
Not even some inside information from Olympic teammate Zach Parise could stop T.J. Oshie in a shootout.
Kansas State has fired women’s basketball coach Deb Patterson, announcing the move two days after an opening-round loss in the Big 12 Tournament.
Stephens College got its first win of the season Sunday, beating Ecclesia (Ark.) 12-4 in five innings in the first game of a twinbill before falling 11-5 in the nightcap.
The Columbia College Cougars went 0-4 over the weekend in the Gulf Coast Invitational.
Missouri State’s Erin Struemph struck out 10 Oklahoma State batters as the Lady Bears salvaged a split with the Cowboys on Sunday in the final day of action at the Mizuno Classic.
The William Woods Owls adjusted just fine to a recent change of scenery, going 2-2 in games held at Hickman High School from Thursday through Sunday.
It took them three days to get two doubleheaders in, but the wait was worth it for the Central Missouri baseball team.
The Westminster Blue Jays started the season with a pair of wins, beating the University of Dubuque 2-0 and 5-2 in games Friday.
One area athlete took part in the NAIA Indoor Track and Field Championships that wrapped up Sunday.
The Missouri wrestling team pulled off its three-peat, but the Tigers had to come from behind to do it.
Missouri took the first game easily, but Texas A&M rallied to salvage the series victory in three games this weekend.