A former member of the LSU Track & Field program was crowned Miss Louisiana 2014 on Saturday night at the Monroe Civic Center as Miss Lafayette Lacey Sanchez was crowned from a field of 32 contestants and earned the right to represent the s
As Team USA moves on to the round of 16 in the World Cup, there is evidence the country's new found love affair with soccer may be more than just a one time fling.
A growing fan base is embracing the sport like never before.
By Matt Sullivan - Louisiana Sports Information Director
Former Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns men’s basketball standout Elfrid Payton became the third player in school history to be chosen in the first round of the NBA Draft when he was selected on Thursday as the 10th overall pick by the Phila
There was no way to rain on the parade of the US Youth Soccer Regional Tournament this week.
Thousands of kids hit the field for a spot in the national championship. But the big winner was the City of Baton Rouge.
Johnny O’Bryant III hopes to be the seventh LSU men’s basketball player to be drafted by the National Basketball Association since 2005 when the league holds its annual draft Thursday night at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
The LSU football team took a break from offseason workouts and conditioning Tuesday night.
Les Miles and his squad went to All Star Lanes in Baton Rouge for bowling and putt-putt for a team bonding outing.
The American Junior Golf Association will return to the St. Francisville, Louisiana, for the second year in a row when The Bluffs Golf Resort hosts 96 players for the Arrowhead Junior at The Bluffs, June 30-July 3.
U.S. Women's Open: Michelle Wie wins first major title
(CNN) -- The week started with all focus on golf's latest child prodigy, but it has ended with a former wonder kid finally fulfilling her great promise.