CHARLOTTE, N.C. — American red numbers filled the electronic scoreboards Thursday in the Presidents Cup, an outcome that surprised no one for these one-sided matches.
‘Hunger’ still there for Capitals despite four straight early exits
ARLINGTON — The Washington Capitals aren’t getting any younger. Now, to be fair, no one in the NHL (or planet Earth, for that matter) is.
Hamlin chasing NASCAR driver’s title, owner’s championship
KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Denny Hamlin the driver finds himself in the most enviable of positions heading into Saturday night’s race at Bristol, his second-place
Media hit with backlash over coverage of BYU racial-heckling allegation
Mainstream media outlets and university officials are being accused of a rush to judgment in response to allegations of racial slurs at a Brigham Young
Serena Williams loses to Ajla Tomljanovic at U.S. Open; could be last match
NEW YORK — Serena Williams lost what is expected to be the last match of her transcendent tennis career Friday night, eliminated from the U.S.
College Football Playoff to expand to 12 teams by 2026 season
The university presidents who oversee the College Football Playoff voted Friday to expand the postseason model for determining a national champion from four to 12
Navy hopes 2021 victory over Army turning point for program
ANNAPOLIS — Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo has won his share of games against Army, and last year’s victory may have been a particularly crucial one
Transgender golfer Hailey Davidson misses cut for LPGA tour card, qualifies for second-tier circuit
Hailey Davidson’s bid to become the first male-born player to earn a spot on the top U.S. women’s golf tour fell short, but the golfer’s
Carson Wentz shines in Commanders’ preseason debut against Panthers
LANDOVER — The first game of the Washington Commanders era featured a new fight song, new entertainment options and new digs. But none mattered more
Jason Wright still optimistic Commanders will be at new stadium by 2027 despite setbacks in search
LANDOVER, Md. — Washington Commanders president Jason Wright said Saturday he believes the franchise will still be able to take up residence at a new