The Mountaineers, a powerhouse in the late 1970s under Hank Steinbrecher, were coming off their best season in years. Read the whole story
Bayern Munich took command in the Bundesliga race with a 1-0 win at Borussia Dortmund in which Canadian Alphonso Davies was again a star. Read the whole story
The 30-year-old German-American who played 29 times for the USA in 2011-16 volleyed home the equalizer in a 3-3 tie with Freiburg. Read the whole story
*Alabama-Huntsville (D2 M/W). Men: ice hockey, tennis; Women: tennis.
Appalachian State (W). Men: soccer, tennis, indoor track & field.
Akron (M/W). Men: cross country, golf; Women: tennis.
Bowling Green (M/W). Men: baseball.
Brown (M/W): Men: Cross country, fencing, golf, squash, indoor and outdoor track & field; Women: Equestrian, fencing, golf, skiing, squash.
Central Michigan (W). Men: indoor and outdoor track & field.
Cincinnati (W). Men: soccer.
East Carolina (W): Men: swimming, tennis; Women: swimming, tennis.
FIU (M/W). Men: indoor track & field.
Furman (M/W). Men: baseball, lacrosse.
Old Dominion (M/W). Men: wrestling.
Wisconsin-Green Bay (M/W). Men: tennis; Women: tennis.
*Men's ice hockey was only Division I sport.
Note: M=sponsors men's soccer; W=sponsors women's soccer.
Germany (Bundesliga) John Brooks, Wolfsburg, 81 minutes (4-1 at Bayer Leverkusen)
-- Timmy Chandler, Eintracht Frankfurt, sub-10 minutes, 1 goal (3-3 vs. Freiburg)
-- Gio Reyna, Borussia Dortmund, sub-19 minutes (0-1 vs. Bayern Munich)
-- Josh Sargent, Werder Bremen, 72 minutes (0-0 vs. Bor. M'Gladbach)