I’ve been blessed to see plenty of exciting games in my 10 years covering sports between my hometown in Tennessee and various places in Kentucky. Bowling Green has been home for the better part of that time since I was a student journalist at Western Kentucky University. I’ve seen my fair sh…
One of the showcase opportunities that has helped Western Kentucky send a number of players to the NFL has been a pro day.
The Western Kentucky women’s basketball team knew it had plenty of offense coming back for the 2019-20 season, with 86 percent of its scoring returning – a group that included the top five scorers from the season before.
As Tyson Helton’s staff adapts to leading Western Kentucky’s football program virtually, he knows he can’t measure the success of a contact sport through technology and mobile apps alone.
The NCAA will permit Division I spring-sport athletes — such as baseball, softball and lacrosse players — who had their seasons shortened by the coronavirus pandemic to have an additional year of eligibility.
When the NCAA halted college sports in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, one of the early measures of goodwill was to grant student-athletes playing spring sports an extra year of eligibility.
WKU men's basketball coach Rick Stansbury and WKU women's basketball coach Greg Collins talk Thursday in the team's hotel after Conference USA announced the league's basketball tournaments were cancelled.
Western Kentucky's Taveion Hollingsworth and Jared Savage were honored Monday as NABC All-District 11 selections by the National Association of Basketball Coaches.
The ban on mass gatherings and the closure of athletic facilities between local high school and college locations are leaving athletes searching for alternatives for training and conditioning.
The trajectory of Western Kentucky’s success in Conference USA was soaring when its athletics seasons ended last week due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The doors at E.A. Diddle Arena are locked and its halls are barren. Western Kentucky University is still open, but it’s staffed like a bad snow day no one is celebrating.
FRISCO, Texas – In response to Conference USA implementing a strict attendance procedure in the wake of a global pandemic of COVID-19 disease, Western Kentucky athletics director Todd Stewart wants the health of players, staff and fans to be at the forefront of every decision.
Paige Briggs and Lauren Matthews join a special group of Western Kentucky volleyball greats who have taken part in the USA Volleyball pipeline as the rising sophomore and junior earned invitations to the U.S. Collegiate National Team – Anaheim program.