Profile

NCAA

20 Tracked Member Organizations
TEAM
AAC (American Athletic Conference)
12 Teams Tracked
ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference)
15 Teams Tracked
BIG 10 (Big 10 Conference)
14 Teams Tracked
BIG 12 (Big 12 Conference)
10 Teams Tracked
C-USA (Conference USA)
14 Teams Tracked
MAC (Mid-American Conference)
11 Teams Tracked
MW (Mountain West Conference)
10 Teams Tracked
PAC-12 (Pac 12 Conference)
12 Teams Tracked
SEC (Southeastern Conference)
14 Teams Tracked
SUN BELT (Sun Belt Conference)
11 Teams Tracked
BIG SKY (Big Sky Conference)
10 Teams Tracked
BIG SOUTH (Big South Conference)
11 Teams Tracked
CAA (Colonial Athletic Association)
10 Teams Tracked
IVY (Ivy League)
8 Teams Tracked
MEAC (Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference)
12 Teams Tracked
MVFC (Missouri Valley Football Conference)
8 Teams Tracked
NEC (Northeast Conference)
8 Teams Tracked
OVC (Ohio Valley Conference)
12 Teams Tracked
PATRIOT (Patriot League)
10 Teams Tracked
PFL (Pioneer Football League)
10 Teams Tracked
gomocs.com 9 hours ago

Men’s Basketball’s Second Half Advantage Flips in 90-70 Loss

The Scenic City visitors took an early second-half advantage, but their hosts dominated both ends of the court over a six-minute period to earn the win.led the Mocs with 15 points.added 14 and a game-high seven rebounds, whilechipped in a career-best 10 points off the bench. Now, I feel confident and with this team, the way we played at Georgia State and how we did in the first half today, we can do great things." Sophomoreafter playing just his second game after transferring last January from Arizona State..The Mocs Club began its "Drive for 25" campaign recently. It aims to raise $25,000 in scholarship funds for UTC student-athletes to which an anonymous donor has generously agreed to match.

3 Minutes Read
5 People Mentioned, 2 Shown
PRSN
Jerry Johnson
SportRank Unranked, Plays for the Ole Miss Rebels
No Change
David Jean
SportRank #9,173
▾ Down 374 Spots
letsgopeay.com 2 days, 10 hours ago

Twenty-four members of the APSU athletics family participate in Winter 2018 Commencement

CLARKSVILLE Twenty-four Austin Peay State University student-athletes and athletics staff participated in Winter Commencement ceremonies, Friday, at the Dunn Center. The following student-athletes, athletics alumni and departmental employees were bachelor's degree candidates for December 2018 Commencement: A semifinalist for the 2018 William V. Campbell Trophy, awarded annually to the nation's top football scholar-athlete The 12th member of the Austin Peay volleyball's double-grand club (1,000 instances in two of either kills, digs or assists in a career), and only the fifth setter in program history to do it

2 Minutes Read
7 People Mentioned, 2 Shown
PRSN
Averyl Ugba
SportRank #1,274
▾ Down 10 Spots
Gunnar Scholato
SportRank #8,369
▾ Down 163 Spots
gopsusports.com 2 days, 13 hours ago

Penn State University Athletics

Allen, also the SEC Defensive Player of the Year, junior RB Benny Snell Jr. and senior OG Bunchy Stallings were named first-team All-Southeastern Conference by the league's coaches, while sophomore WR/RS Lynn Bowden Jr. earned second team honors as an all-purpose performer. Penn State redshirt sophomore offensive linemen Alex Gellerstedt played with Kentucky quarterback Gunnar Hoak at Dublin Coffman High School in Ohio. He was presented with the President's Freshman Award, given annually to undergraduate degree candidates who have earned a 4.0 cumulative grade-point average based on at least 12 graded Penn State credits completed in their first semester of admission, in May 2017. Selected participants are invited to attend the one-day institute that features a curriculum of interactive lectures focused on topics specifically tailored to emphasize leadership in the coaching profession, ethics, influential responsibilities, career progression, and family balance.

29 Minutes Read
4 People Mentioned, 2 Shown
PRSN
Jack Baiorunos
SportRank Unranked
No Change
Jimmy Kennedy
SportRank Unranked
No Change
gotigersgo.com 2 days, 18 hours ago

University of Memphis Athletics

Twenty-one student-athletes will cross the stage on Sunday as part of commencement festivities at FedExForum. Grads in the School of Public Health, Engineering, Kemmons Wilson School, Business, CCFA, Education and Health Studies will take part of the 2 pm festivities.Commencement ceremonies are held at FedExForum in downtown Memphis. Parking for the event is available in the FedExForum garage for $5.00 per vehicle and is first come, first served. Expect long lines and delays during the Commencement sessions.The list of graduates for Sunday is below:Curtis Akins, FootballRoss Anderson, FootballAntaun Andrews, Men's Track & FieldNoah Arrindell, FootballEmmanuel Cooper, FootballHayden Ferrari, FootballTim Gordon, FootballTau Ho Ching II, FootballRoger Joseph, FootballDrew Kyser, FootballKai Lemke, Men's TennisMannie Lowery, FootballJeremiah Maclin, FootballMary Minkler, Women's Track & FieldTye Northern, FootballJarred Pasley, Men's Track & FieldTony Pollard, Football, Women's SoccerAshton Stowe, SoftballTrevon Tate, FootballTito Windham, Football

1 Minute Read
5 People Mentioned, 2 Shown
PRSN
SoccerAshton Stowe
SportRank Unranked
No Change
FootballDrew Kyser
SportRank Unranked
No Change
goairforcefalcons.com 3 days, 1 hour ago

AF graduate Tim Cullen among NCAA 2019 Silver Anniversary Award recipients

Representatives of NCAA member schools, conferences and past awardees select the recipients each year.Joining Cullen as 2019 Silver Anniversary honorees are Mia Hamm, David Hirsch, Lisa Leslie, Heath Shuler and Jason Varitek. She established the Mia Hamm Foundation in 1994 to raise money for bone marrow transplant patients and their families.My time at North Carolina made me the player and person I am today. Following his athletic career, he served as an assistant wrestling coach at Cornell for the 1994-1995 season, helping lead the team to an Ivy League title and fourth place at the EIWA Championship. Throughout his professional career, Hirsch has traveled internationally for philanthropic purposes, performing surgeries ranging from correction of genetic deformities to major head and neck reconstruction.To me, doing well by people but also doing the procedure that's cutting edge and exciting, I get the same rush that I did when I succeeded athletically.

11 Minutes Read
14 People Mentioned, 2 Shown
PRSN
David Cutcliffe
SportRank #29,845
▲ Up 2,372 Spots
Philip Adler
SportRank Unranked
No Change
mlive.com 4 days, 12 hours ago

Tracking redshirt statuses for WMU football's freshman class

KALAMAZOO, MI - College football die-hards will be keeping a careful eye on their favorite teams this bowl season, as the final game carries long-term significance for the roster management of most programs. For Western Michigan fans, no player is under the microscope more in this respect than quarterback Kaleb Eleby, who filled in for injured starter Jon Wassink over the Broncos' last four contests. The team's upcoming Famous Idaho Potato Bowl will determine whether or not Eleby's 2018 campaign counts against his four-year eligibility clock, but all signs point to him getting the nod under center. Having Eleby under center is vital for the offense right now, but there are players in reserve roles that could be confined to the bench for the bowl game in order to maintain an extra year of eligibility.

1 Minute Read
3 People Mentioned, 2 Shown
PRSN
Kaleb Eleby
SportRank #164,600, Plays for the Western Michigan Broncos
▾ Down 37,035 Spots
Joel Bissell
SportRank #132,706
▾ Down 10,190 Spots
wvusports.com 4 days, 17 hours ago

West Virginia Athletics

"There's one other thing to keep in mind about Mr. Dungey: he's got linebacker size at 6-feet-4 inches and 226 pounds, much like Oklahoma State's Taylor Cornelius and Texas' Sam Ehlinger. That means he is going to be bigger than almost every second- and third-level defender West Virginia runs at him.We saw this year against Texas and Oklahoma State the damage big, physical quarterbacks are capable of doing.Ehlinger amassed 406 total yards from scrimmage and four touchdowns against WVU's 3-3 stack defense, while Cornelius one-upped Ehlinger with 444 total yards from scrimmage and six touchdowns in leading Oklahoma State to a come-from-behind 45-41 victory over West Virginia in Stillwater.Iowa State's Brock Purdy is not quite as big as Dungey, but he was also effective with his arm and legs, accounting for three touchdowns in Iowa State's 16-point victory against the Mountaineers.And Dungey is right in line with these guys as a playmaker, his 3,297 yards and 32 touchdowns from scrimmage offering ample proof of that.In Syracuse's 42-21 regular-season-ending victory at Boston College, he had 396 total yards and was responsible for all six Orange touchdowns.Perhaps Dungey's most impressive stat is his 4.4 yards-per-carry rushing average because that also factors in sacks. "Dungey is hopeful a strong performance in the Camping World Bowl against West Virginia later this month could help springboard a professional career.Syracuse coach Dino Babers believes his quarterback will get a shot at the pros. "It will be interesting to see how much West Virginia can slow down Dungey, or if the Mountaineers' retooled offense withbehind center is capable of keeping up with the Orange.Either way, it's a matchup you certainly don't want to sleep on.Preparations are currently underway for the Camping World Bowl taking place in Orlando, Florida, on Friday, Dec. 28.The contest will kick off at 5:15 p.m. and will be televised nationally on ESPN.Tickets are available and can be purchased by calling the Mountaineer Ticket Office toll-free at 1-800-WVU GAME or by logging on to WVUGAME.com

3 Minutes Read
9 People Mentioned, 2 Shown
PRSN
Dino Babers
SportRank #363
▾ Down 1 Spots
Taylor Cornelius
SportRank #24,856, Plays for the Oklahoma State Cowboys and Cowgirls
▲ Up 1,307 Spots
auburntigers.com 4 days, 18 hours ago

Auburn University Athletics

On Auburn Tigers Today with Presented by Alfa Insurance; #1 Auburn Equestrian's Lauren Diaz & Taylor St. Jacques are named SEC Riders of the Month; Auburn Gymnastics opens the 2019 season at #14; Auburn Men's Basketball, with Senior Guard Bryce Brown, prep for the Mike Slive Invitational vs UAB; Auburn Football's Derrick Brown is named a finalist for the Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year; Auburn Women's Basketball, with Senior Point Guard Janiah McKay, preps for Samford.

1 Minute Read
3 People Mentioned, 2 Shown
PRSN
Lauren Diaz
SportRank Unranked
No Change
Derrick Brown
SportRank Unranked, Plays for the Auburn Tigers
No Change
usatoday.com 5 days, 5 hours ago

Cornhuskers keeping 8-2 start in perspective after NCAA snub

Nebraska head coach Tim Miles argues a call against Minnesota in the second half during an NCAA college basketball game Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018, in Minneapolis. Humble because for all the success they've had getting out to an 8-2 start, they still have disappointing losses to Texas Tech and Minnesota to remind them they aren't good enough to win most nights unless they bring their best effort. Nebraska is built to break through in the postseason and rid itself of the dubious distinction of being the only team from a Power Five conference to never win an NCAA Tournament game. The team is off this week to take final exams and will resume play Sunday against former Big 12 mate Oklahoma State (4-5) in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

2 Minutes Read
7 People Mentioned, 2 Shown
PRSN
Tim Miles
SportRank #20,220
▲ Up 850 Spots
Isaac Copeland
SportRank #14,293
▲ Up 460 Spots
gophersports.com 5 days, 11 hours ago

University of Minnesota Athletics

Minnesota has never played a bowl game in New York.42 Tellis Redmon vs. N.C. State (2000 MicronPC)37 Marion Barber III vs. Alabama (2004 Music City)34 Amir Pinnix vs. Texas Tech (2006 Insight)29 Laurence Maroney vs. Alabama (2004 Music City)26 Laurence Maroney vs. Virginia (2005 Music City)27 Kenny Flowers, Clemson (1985 Independence)24 George Scott, Maryland (1977 Hall of Fame)22 Alexander Robinson, Iowa State (2009 Insight)21 Austen Arnaud, Iowa State (2009 Insight)21 Reuben Droughns, Oregon (1999 Sun)19 Romello Ross, Central Michigan (2015 Quick Lane)19 Shannon Woods, Texas Tech (2006 Insight)16 Jerome Smith, Syracuse (2013 Texas)16 Jake Sharp, Kansas (2008 Insight)16 Wali Lundy, Virginia (2005 Music City)16 William Howard, Tennessee (1986 Liberty)246 Tellis Redmon vs. N.C. State (2000 MicronPC)187 Marion Barber III vs. Alabama (2004 Music City)179 Amir Pinnix vs. Texas Tech (2006 Insight)136 Darrell Thompson vs. Tennessee (1986 Liberty)131 Laurence Maroney vs. Oregon (2003 Sun)109 Laurence Maroney vs. Virginia (2005 Music City)105 Laurence Maroney vs. Alabama (2004 Music City)100 Thomas Tapeh vs. Arkansas (2002 Music City)157 Marcus Murphy, Missouri (2015 Citrus)148 Kenny Flowers, Clemson (1985 Independence)137 Alexander Robinson, Iowa State (2009 Insight)114 Russell Hansbrough, Missouri (2015 Citrus)109 Shannon Woods, Texas Tech (2006 Insight)100 Romello Ross, Central Michigan (2015 Quick Lane)3 Thomas Tapeh vs. Oregon (2003 Sun)2 Jon Hoese vs. Kansas (2008 Insight)2 Tellis Redmon vs. N.C. State (2000 MicronPC)2 Sandy Stephens vs. UCLA (1962 Rose)3 Shannon Woods, Texas Tech (2006 Insight)2 Terrel Hunt, Syracuse (2013 Texas)2 Wali Lundy, Virginia (2005 Music City)2 Joey Harrington, Oregon (1999 Sun)2 George Scott, Maryland (1977 Hall of Fame)8.7, Laurence Maroney vs. Oregon (15 carries) (2003 Sun)Opponent:13.6, Bob Schloredt, Washington (1961 Rose)37 Billy Cockerham vs. Oregon (1999 Sun)34 Adam Weber vs. Kansas (2008 Insight)32 Adam Weber vs. Iowa State (2009 Insight)32 Asad Abdul-Khaliq vs. Arkansas (2002 Music City)31 Mitch Leidner vs. Missouri (2015 Citrus)31 Bryan Cupito vs. Texas Tech (2006 Insight)55 Graham Harrell, Texas Tech (2006 Insight)51 Luke Falk, Washington State (2016 Holiday)45 Seth Doege, Texas Tech (2012 Meineke)43 Joey Harrington, Oregon (1999 Sun)42 Kellen Clemens, Oregon (2003 Sun)39 Philip Rivers, N.C. State (2000 MicronPC)36 Spencer Pennington, Alabama (2004 Music City)24 Mitch Leidner vs. Central Michigan (2015 Quick Lane)21 Mitch Leidner vs. Missouri (2015 Citrus)19 Adam Weber vs. Kansas (2008 Insight)19 Bryan Cupito vs. Texas Tech (2006 Insight)19 Billy Cockerham vs. Oregon (1999 Sun)18 Adam Weber vs. Iowa State (2009 Insight)18 Bryan Cupito vs. Virginia (2005 Music City)36 Graham Harrell, Texas Tech (2006 Insight)32 Kellen Clemens, Oregon (2003 Sun)31 Seth Doege, Texas Tech (2012 Meineke)30 Luke Falk, Washington State (2016 Holiday)25 Marques Hagans, Virginia (2005 Music City)22 Jeff Francis, Tennessee (1986 Liberty)22 Spencer Pennington, Alabama (2004 Music City)4 Bryan Cupito vs. Virginia (2005 Music City)3 Bryan Cupito vs. Texas Tech (2006 Insight Bowl)3 Billy Cockerham vs. Oregon (1999 Sun)4 Todd Reesing, Kansas (2008 Insight)3 Jeff Francis, Tennessee (1986 Liberty)3 Kellen Clemens, Oregon (2003 Sun)2 Maty Mauk, Missouri (2015 Citrus)2 Graham Harrell, Texas Tech (2006 Insight)2 Marques Hagans, Virginia (2005 Music City)2 Philip Rivers, N.C. State (2000 MicronPC)263 Bryan Cupito vs. Texas Tech (2006 Insight)263 Bryan Cupito vs. Virginia (2005 Music City)261 Adam Weber vs. Iowa State (2009 Insight)258 Mitch Leidner vs. Missouri (2015 Citrus)257 Billy Cockerham vs. Oregon (1999 Sun)445 Graham Harrell, Texas Tech (2006 Insight)363 Kellen Clemens, Oregon (2003 Sun)358 Marques Hagans, Virginia (2005 Music City)313 Todd Reesing, Kansas (2008 Insight)310 Philip Rivers, N.C. State (2000 MicronPC)3 Sandy Stephens vs. Washington (1961 Rose)2 Billy Cockerham vs. Oregon (1999 Sun)2 Maty Mauk, Missouri (2015 Citrus)2 Seth Doege, Texas Tech (2012 Meineke)2 Austen Arnaud, Iowa State (2009 Insight)2 Philip Rivers, N.C. State (2000 MicronPC).800, Mitch Leidner (24-30) vs. Central Michigan (2015 Quick Lane).667, Mitch Leidner (21-31) vs. Missouri (2015 Citrus).781, Marques Hagans (25-32), Virginia (2005 Music City)8 KJ Maye vs. Central Michigan (2015 Quick Lane)8 Eric Decker vs. Kansas (2008 Insight)7 Maxx Williams vs. Missouri (2015 Citrus)7 Da'Jon McKnight vs. Iowa State (2009 Insight)7 Jack Simmons vs. Texas Tech (2006 Insight)7 Ernie Wheelwright vs. Virginia (2005 Music City)7 Ron Johnson vs. Oregon (1999 Sun)16 Samie Parker, Oregon (2003 Sun)14 Dezmon Briscoe, Kansas (2008 Insight)10 Kerry Meier, Kansas (2008 Insight)11 Darrin Moore, Texas Tech (2012 Meineke)11 Joel Filani, Texas Tech (2006 Insight)149 Eric Decker vs. Kansas (2008 Insight)134 Jack Simmons vs. Texas Tech (2006 Insight)126 Luke Leverson vs. Oregon (1999 Sun)124 Da'Jon McKnight vs. Iowa State (2009 Insight)120 Ernie Wheelwright vs. Virginia (2005 Music City)108 Derrick Engel vs. Texas Tech (2012 Meineke)107 Aaron Hosack vs. Oregon (2003 Sun)201 Dezmon Briscoe, Kansas (2008 Insight)200 Samie Parker, Oregon (2003 Sun)162 Joel Filani, Texas Tech (2006 Insight)157 Koren Robinson, N.C. State (2000 MicronPC)128 Tom Santi, Virginia (2005 Music City)126 Chuck White, Maryland (1977 Hall of Fame)2 Jared Ellerson vs. Virginia (2005 Music City)2 Ron Johnson vs. Oregon (1999 Sun)1 Seventeen tied3 Dezmon Briscoe, Kansas (2008 Insight)2 Bud Sasser, Missouri (2015 Citrus)2 Samie Parker, Oregon (2003 Sun)2 Joey Clinkscales, Tennessee (1986 Liberty)18 Thomas Tapeh vs. Oregon (2003 Sun)12 Jon Hoese vs. Kansas (2008 Insight)12 Jared Ellerson vs. Virginia (2005 Music City)12 Tellis Redmon vs. N.C. State (2000 MicronPC)12 Dan Nystrom vs. N.C. State (2000 Micron PC)12 Ron Johnson vs. Oregon (1999 Sun)12 Sandy Stephens vs. UCLA (1962 Rose)18 Dezmon Briscoe, Kansas (2008 Insight)18 Shannon Woods, Texas Tech (2006 Insight)12 Bud Sasser, Missouri (2015 Citrus)12 Terrel Hunt, Syracuse (2013 Texas)12 Wali Lundy, Virginia (2005 Music City)12 Samie Parker, Oregon (2003 Sun)12 Joey Harrington, Oregon (1999 Sun)12 Joey Clinkscales, Tennessee (1986 Liberty)12 George Scott, Maryland (1977 Hall of Fame)5 Joel Monroe vs. Texas Tech (2006 Insight Bowl)4 Jordan Wettstein vs. Texas Tech (2012 Meineke)4 Joel Monroe vs. Virginia (2005 Music City)4 Rhys Lloyd vs. Oregon (2003 Sun)3 Joel Monroe vs. Kansas (2008 Insight)3 Dan Nystrom vs. N.C. State (2000 MicronPC)3 Tom Loechler vs. UCLA (1962 Rose Bowl)6 Jason Branstetter, Kansas (2008 Insight)5 Alex Trlica, Texas Tech (2006 Insight)4 Ryan Bustin, Texas Tech (2012 Meineke)4 Connor Hughes, Virginia (2005 Music City)5 Dan Nystrom vs. Arkansas (2002 Music City)3 Dan Nystrom vs. N.C. State (2000 MicronPC)2 Erik Powell, Washington State (2016 Holiday)2 Andrew Baggett, Missouri (2015 Citrus)2 Ryan Bustin, Texas Tech (2012 Meineke)2 Connor Hughes, Virginia (2005 Music City)2 David Treadwell, Clemson (1985 Independence)45 Dan Nystrom vs. Arkansas (2002 Music City)43vs. Washington State (2016 Holiday)42vs Central Michigan (2015 Quick Lane)42 Rhys Lloyd vs. Oregon (2003 Sun)41vs. Missouri (2015 Citrus)52 Alex Trlica, Texas Tech (2006 Insight)47 Jared Siegel, Oregon (2003 Sun)41 Erik Powell, Washington State (2016 Holiday)39 Connor Hughes, Virginia (2005 Music City)39 David Treadwell, Clemson (1985 Independence)18 Tyrone Carter vs. Oregon (1999 Sun)15 Kim Royston vs. Iowa State (2009 Insight)14 Cedric Thompson vs. Syracuse (2013 Texas)14 Bruce Holmes vs. Clemson (1985 Independence)12 Delvin Jones vs. Oregon (1999 Sun)11vs. Wash. State (2016 Holiday)10 Brock Vereen vs. Texas Tech (2012 Meineke)10 John Shevlin vs. Virginia (2005 Music City)10 Dominic Jones vs. Virginia (2005 Music City)10 Jon Leverenz vs. Tennessee (1986 Liberty)10 Mark Dusbabek vs. Tennessee (1986 Liberty)10 Larry Joyner vs. Clemson (1985 Independence)16 Peter Sirmon, Oregon (1999 Sun)14 D.J.

12 Minutes Read
2 People Mentioned
PRSN
Ron Johnson
SportRank Unranked, Plays for the Michigan Wolverines
No Change
Luke Falk
SportRank Unranked, Plays for the Miami Dolphins
No Change