7:00 PM: After losing to Serena Williams in the final, Caroline Wozniacki reportedly left this year's U.S. Open without picking up her $1.45 million prize money check.
6:45 PM: The University of Michigan said there was a "miscommunication in the approval process" that allowed campus convenience stores to give away two tickets to Saturday's football game against Minnesota with the purchase of two Coca-Cola products. The football tickets are valued at $75 each.
6:15 PM: U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati said on Monday that the organization "stands by our decision" to let goalie Hope Solo continue playing for the U.S. women's team as she faces domestic violence charges.
6:00 PM: Central Michigan University running back Thomas Rawls was reinstated to the team Tuesday after he reached a plea deal on charges of stealing a woman's purse & credit cards from a casino near Mount Pleasant.
5:45 PM: Mississippi State center Dillon Day has been suspended one game by the SEC for stomping on LSU players during last Saturday's game. Day will miss the Bulldogs' October 4 game against Texas A&M.
5:00 PM: Former UConn athletic director John Toner died Tuesday at the age of 91. Toner had hired Huskies basketball coaches Jim Calhoun in 1986 & Geno Auriemma in 1985 and chose to have UConn join the Big East Conference in 1979.
4:45 PM: Three soldiers of Afghanistan's national army who went missing during training exercises at Camp Edwards in Massachusetts were discovered trying to cross the border into Canada, but not before visiting a Cape Cod strip club first.
12:45 PM: Milwaukee Public Schools issued a proposal Tuesday that if millions of public dollars is used to build a new arena for the Bucks, then a few million more should also be earmarked for improving school & public recreational areas in Milwaukee County.
12:30 PM: Minnesota Wild goalie Josh Harding, who hasn't played since December 31 due to issues with his multiple sclerosis medication, is out indefinitely after suffering a fractured right foot.
12:15 PM: Simona Halep joined Serena Williams & Maria Sharapova in qualifying for the end-of-year WTA Finals tournament to be held in Singapore next month.
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