Aaron Garcia, the Arena Football League’s career passing leader, retired after the 2014 season and now is the head coach of the Las Vegas Outlaws, who will open their inaugural season Monday against the San Jose SaberCats at the Thomas & Mack Center.
Seattle Mariners pitching prospect Victor Sanchez has died in Venezuela from injuries sustained in a boating accident in his home country in February, the team announced.
UNLV will need to win the Mountain West baseball tournament to advance to a regional for the second year in a row. The Rebels needed to win at least two of three from first-place San Diego State this weekend, but the Aztecs clinched the series with a 7-6 victory Saturday.
For the second straight year, the Dodgers will open the season with games on their pay-TV channel, Time Warner Cable’s SportsNet LA, blacked out in 70 percent of Los Angeles-area households and all households in Southern Nevada, where TWC isn’t available.
Do you see the photo of Northern Arizona basketball coach Jack Murphy? It shows Murphy calling out a play, exhorting his team — and one can see a fire extinguisher on the wall of the gymnasium.
Freshman Yvette Sanchez saw eight pitches to open the game Saturday, singling up the middle on the last pitch to start a three-run rally, and the fourth-ranked Rams held on for a 5-2 softball victory at Bishop Gorman.
Joey Logano will start from the pole position for Sunday’s STP 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Martinsville Speedway in Martinsville, Va.
Britain’s Heather Watson is beaten by Germany’s Angelique Kerber in a rain-delayed second-round match at the Miami Open.
The Nevada Athletic Commission met for six hours Friday to discuss how to deal with athletes who test positive for steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs, and its solution was simple — bigger fines and longer suspensions.
Gary Russell Jr. knocked down Jhonny Gonzalez three times inside of 37 seconds in the fourth round to score a technical knockout and win the World Boxing Council featherweight championship at the Palms. Russell dominated from the outset, using his superior hand speed and energy to beat Gonzalez.