UW-Whitewater Completes Historic Triple Crown Sweep

May 29, 2014 | By: Zach Rastall

The UW-Whitewater Warhawks accomplished something Monday never before seen in the history of collegiate sports.

With their 7-0 win over the Emory Eagles in the championship game of the NCAA Division III College World Series, the Warhawks completed a historic triple crown sweep in men’s sports, becoming the first school in NCAA history at any level to win the national championships in football, basketball, and baseball in the same academic year.

2014 NCAA Baseball Tournament Preview

May 28, 2014 | By: Kurt Allen

After a weekend of compelling conference tournaments and a historic crowd of 19,965 on hand to witness the Big Ten Championship game, the NCAA Baseball Tournament is set to begin at 16 regional sites.

Is Los Angeles currently the “worst” sports city in America?

June 10, 2013 | By: AJ Kaufman

To be clear and fair, by “worst,” I mean the most disappointing, considering cities like Atlanta, Miami, Tampa and Charlotte have abysmal pro sports fans, and there are many places (New York, Chicago, Cleveland, Denver, et al.) totally uninterested in collegiate sports.  But what city currently has more disappointing sports teams, despite high payrolls and lofty expectations, than […]

Indiana Hoosiers historic CWS berth deserves more publicity

June 10, 2013 | By: Kurt Allen

I need to hear from fans of Indiana University, and I need to hear from alums of Indiana University.

Do you have a clue on what your baseball program has been accomplishing? Do you realize the program coach Tracy Smith has built, which has become the first Big Ten team in 29 years to reach the College World Series?

Or did your support of Hoosiers athletics end in ephemeral fashion when Tom Crean, Cody Zeller, and Victor Oladipo were eliminated from the NCAA men’s basketball tournament?