The U.S. men’s soccer team may be out of the World Cup, but that didn’t stop legions of American soccer fans from filling Brazilian stadiums to catch all the action. The U.S. had a fairly successful run, beating Ghana and tying with Portugal to survive what many deemed the 2014 World Cup’s “Group of Death.” Belgium eventually sent the team home in the Round of 16, but for many Americans, the excitement of soccer won’t go away with the 2014 World Cup. Soccer won’t replace the NFL or college football anytime soon, but its popularity is rising quickly in the U.S.
The Georgia Board of Regents has approved Kennesaw State University's financial plan to support a NCAA Division I football program. The Board of Regents approved the school's plan to increase student fees by $100 per semester beginning...
An Atlanta attorney has been named president and chief operating officer of the firm in charge of building and operating the national College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta.
With just months left until the men's NCAA Final Four begins in Atlanta, local organizers are looking for about 1,000 people to fill volunteer positions. Local organizing committee Director Sharon Goldmacher said Thursday that volunteers are...
Class AAAAAA No. 1 Archer may have convinced the state it is the top wrestling team regardless of classification with a 34-29 win over host Pope Saturday.
Westminster swept the 43rd Metro Swimming and Diving Championships over the weekend in Buckhead.
Augusta residents are renting their houses at a brisk pace ahead of this year’s Masters Tournament, according to the Masters Housing Bureau run by the area’s chamber of commerce. The number of bookings through January is double where it was a year...
The new College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta is scheduled to break ground on Monday in the city's downtown area. The hall is scheduled to open in the fall of 2014 in Centennial Olympic Park.
In a battle of top-ranked girls teams, Wesleyan held off host Buford 44-40 for its second win over the Wolves this season.
Norcross High School hosted the Hilton Invitational Saturday, where seven Georgia boys teams competed in six games, all but one against out-of-state foes.
A jam-packed day of top-notch wrestling occurred this past weekend, when four major tournaments took place.