After a rough start to the fall season, Chattanooga found its game with a new practice regimen and is now chasing its fourth consecutive Southern Conference title.
The University of Denver has exited stage left, leaving the Sun Belt reigns open for the taking, and Florida International has made the first move with three fall wins.
With Texas State and Texas San Antonio out of the picture, Oral Roberts will attempt to take the Southland title in its first season in the conference.
Denver is at the top of the Western Athletic Conference, but will be without longtime leader and coach Sammie Chergo, who left before the spring season.
Pepperdine has won 14 of the last 16 West Coast Conference titles, while also claiming 13 of 16 individual crowns. Needless to say, the Waves have owned the WCC.
After sitting out the postseason – arguably the greatest part of any season – for the past three years, Southern Illinois Edwardsville finally is eligible to compete this spring, as a Division I team.
So far this season, Florida has succeeded in delivering a message of dominance. The Gators aren’t the top-ranked team in the country – that honor goes to Washington – but they are tops in the SEC, one of the deepest conferences in the nation.
At Oregon State, Rise Alexander’s squad lives by the phrase “be in the moment.” In a conference that includes the top-ranked team in the nation (Washington), and the worst team ranking is No. 84 (Colorado), Oregon State must be in the moment to find success.
It’s official. The men's and women's golf programs at Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Md., are being cut after the 2013 spring season.
New Mexico’s women’s golf history books are peppered with players who helped the Lobos to greatness before finding success after college. Manon De Roey headlines this year's crop.
In her first collegiate tournament, Kimmy Askelson sent a message. She was for real. But multiple injuries have derailed the Drake redshirt freshman. After surgery, she feels like she is good to go again.
For the past eight years, Eastern Michigan head coach Sandy Wagner has been delivering an equally consistent message to her players: One day, they'll be a top-50 program.
Led by 2013 Southern Atlantic Amateur winner Kelly Shon, Princeton is aiming for an Ivy League title.
With perennial powerhouse Butler gone, the door is open for a new conference champion, and Detroit is the frontrunner after three fall victories.
With its looming move to the Big East, SMU will have its final chance to win a Conference USA title this spring.
Maggie Will has had the reins of the Richmond women’s program for less than a year, but already she knows she has found the place she belongs. That realization hit after a series of events that were both record-breaking and mind-blowing.
Under first-year head coach Eric Riehle's direction, UC Riverside managed three fourth-place finishes in the fall despite a limited schedule of events.
Behind former LPGA player Michele Redman, a young Minnesota squad is looking more seasoned and ready to compete in the Big 10.
As a team, Coastal Carolina has its eyes on taking down conference power Campbell. As individuals, it is trying to win its third consecutive conference individual title.
With six titles in the past decade, Portland State is one of the dominant schools in the Big Sky, where a conference title is important because of the automatic qualifying spot into NCAA Regionals that it carries.