Head coach Dan Roiger and the St. Lawrence University women's basketball team has announced the addition of five players to the Saints' Class of 2023 to the 2019-20 basketball roster - Olivia Barringer, Schuyler Chamberlain, Hattie Childs, Nicole Jeffrey and Olivia Middleton will join the Saints in a few weeks as incoming first-year students.
Cameron Pankau won the all-St. Lawrence "D" flight singles championship against teammate Guy Holbrook on Sunday afternoon, as the Saints' men's tennis team concluded play at the Dutchmen Invite at Union College in Schenectady, New York.
Maggie O'Connell improved her score by eight strokes to lead the St. Lawrence University women's golf team on day two of the William Smith Invitational at the Clifton Springs Country Club in Clifton Springs, New York on Saturday.
Sean Payton declined to name a starter for the Saints' first game without Drew Brees on Sunday at Seattle, saying, "We'll approach this game with two quarterbacks" in veteran Teddy Bridgewater and dual-threat athlete Taysom Hill.
Alabama will be without defensive lineman LaBryan Ray for at least six weeks while he recovers from foot surgery. Freshman DL Antonio Alfano also is out, with Nick Saban saying he "basically quit" the team.
Iowa State fan Carson King just asked for some money to buy beer with his GameDay sign. Instead, he will donate his proceeds -- more than $36,000 so far -- to the University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital.
New Boston Pride owner Miles Arnone intends to hire a full-time team president, as well as "improve sponsorships, run more substantial ticket sale drives and focus on merchandise sales and outreach to the community."
Astros right-hander Gerrit Cole struck out Shin-Soo Choo in the sixth inning Wednesday night for his 300th strikeout of the season. He's the 18th major leaguer since 1900 to strike out at least 300 in a season.
The Drug Enforcement Administration is investigating where Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs obtained the drugs that were in his system at the time of his July 1 death in Southlake, Texas, sources with knowledge of the investigation told Outside the Lines.
Pelicans forward Brandon Ingram and guard Lonzo Ball have been full participants in the team's voluntary offseason workouts in New Orleans, a source told ESPN. Neither player has been restricted by the injuries that shut them down last season.