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College Softball: PAC-10 vs SEC

The SEC only started fielding NCAA Division I Softball teams 10 years ago. Yet, it is on the verge of passing the Pac-10 and becoming the best college softball conference in America. Find out why!
We should extend our discussion on language that demeans black women after condemning Imus. Read on to learn more about this.

The U.S. women’s national volleyball team fought back from a 0-2 set deficit to defeat Puerto Rico 23-25, 22-25, 25-22, 25-21, 15-8 Wednesday night at San Juan, Puerto Rico, during quarterfinal action of the Pan American Cup. Read on for the story.

Gone too soon

Army Women's Basketball Coach Maggie Dixon passed away Thursday. The Dixon family lost someone close to their hearts. College basketball lost a potentially great coach.

Tritons taken down in 12-15 loss

Two injury-plagued teams settle their scores for the 2006 season, as the Arizona State Sun Devils defeat the California-San Diego Tritons. Read on for the full story.

New world order? For the first time in four years, UC-San Diego's women's rugby team won't go to national playoffs. Read on to find out why.

The USA Women’s National Sitting Volleyball Training Team will hold its first training camp of the year beginning Monday, Feb. 20, at California State University Northridge in Northridge, CA., in preparation for the World Championships. Read on for the details.

Southern California was rocked this week -- not by an earthquake, but by a rugby loss. The UCSD Women's Rugby Club suffered its first loss in league play in four years. Is this an omen?

Arizona State Rugby women fall to UCSD

Undefeated in league play since 2002, University of California-San Diego women dispatched the Sun Devils 26-7 en route to another championship.

UCSD women shutout UCLA

San Diego's nationally ranked rugby squad thwarts the UCLA Bruins' get-even bid with a 34-0 shutout.

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