Stanford Guard Anna Wilson Returning For A Sixth SeasonStanford guard Anna Wilson is returning to the university for a sixth season to help the Cardinal try to defend their national championship, while Alyssa Jerome is staying for a fifth year.
'I'm Angry': Warriors' Steve Kerr Didn't Diss Durant's Last Season With The Dubs"Listen to the podcast," said an angry Warriors coach Steve Kerr referring to a tweet that he says took his words out of context.
Darryl Morsell’s Baltimore Roots Bring Him Back To NCAA Tournament With TerrapinsHe’s been igniting crowds for years. Baltimore’s Darryl Morsell is the real deal. Before he was a four-year starter for the Maryland Terrapins, Mount St. Joseph High School was where the spark started and hasn’t been put out since.
COVID: SFUSD To Allow Outdoor High School Sports Practices, Games Starting April 12The San Francisco Unified School District will allow high school students to resume practices and games in multiple extracurricular sports next month, the district announced Wednesday.
COVID: Youth, Adult Multi-Team Sports Can Resume In Alameda Co., BerkeleyMulti-team competitions may resume for youth and adult recreational sports in Alameda County and the City of Berkeley, after weeks of being on hold due to COVID-19.
COVID Restrictions: San Francisco To Allow Expanded Outdoor Youth Sports with PrecautionsPublic health officials in San Francisco along with representatives from the city's Recreation and Park Department on Friday announced the expansion of youth sports in San Francisco.
East Bay Girl Makes Moves at the Ballet Barre and the Football FieldPinkie Schnayer has always loved dance but, twice a week, the 14-year-old trades in her ballet shoes for cleats as one of two girls on the Campolindo High School football team in Moraga.
COVID & Sports: California Health Officials Issue Revised Youth, Rec Sports GuidelinesThe California Department of Public Health revised its guidance for youth and recreational adult sports Monday, outlining which are allowed in each of the state's four pandemic reopening tiers.
Santa Clara County Won't Allow Fans at Stadiums Despite California Rule ChangeCalifornia announced new rules for outdoor stadiums Tuesday that allow for some fans to return to the stands while the COVID-19 pandemic rolls on. Sadly for San Francisco 49ers fans, there's no plans for the county to allow fans at Levi's Stadium.
Springer, Correa Rally Houston Past A's 10-5 In ALDS OpenerThe Astros rallied to beat the Oakland Athletics 10-5 in the opener of their AL Division Series on Monday at Dodger Stadium.
NBA Fan Shares Virtual Fan Experience Cheering 'Orlando Bubble' From Home In MarinWith no fans in the stands, the NBA is harnessing technology like never before. Playing in the Orlando Bubble is a whole new game for the basketball players and their fans.
Grassroots Effort Underway To Bring African-American Owned NFL Team To OaklandThe Raiders opened up their season at home Monday night, far away from the Oakland Coliseum. While some fans are still getting used to the Las Vegas Raiders, a grassroots effort in Oakland is trying to bring back a team to the East Bay.
Oakland Could Become Home to First Black-Owned NFL TeamA group of Black business leaders heard back from the NFL about establishing a team in Oakland that would be wholly- or majority-owned by an African American, the leaders said Friday.
Pac-12 Programs Differ on Reporting Student-Athlete CasesWhile the Pac-12 will soon be able to rapidly test athletes, hopes that a fall football season might be salvaged remain premature.
Pro Athletes' Stand Against Racial Violence Part Of A Long Tradition Of Protest That Includes KaepernickProfessional athletes took a stand Wednesday against the police shooting of Jacob Blake, a black man in Wisconsin, by boycotting scheduled games. This is not the first time athletes have used the national stage to bring awareness to racial injustice.