The week in social media photos: Oct. 7-13
You know it's been a wild week when students wind up on the field, which was the case in Salt Lake City Saturday night. What's more, 14,500 people showed up for a basketball practice in Tucson and we caught some fish out of water. The week:
— RMHC Central Valley (@RMHCCenValley) October 11, 2013
Aaron Bright and some other Stanford hoopsters brightened some days at Packard Children's Hospital.
— Roxy Bernstein (@roxybernstein) October 13, 2013
The Utes outscored the Cardinal and so the students said, "Let's all hang out on the field and call it Upset City."
— UCLA Gymnastics (@uclagymnastics) October 12, 2013
Big congrats to Sharon and Mohini on their HoF inductions. But just look at all those titles in the background!
— Arizona Basketball (@APlayersProgram) October 13, 2013
It's a player's program and Aaron Gordon seems pretty FIRED up about it as Arizona basketball got under way with its annual Red-Blue Game.
— Oregon Duck Lacrosse (@OregonWLAX) October 13, 2013
DUCKS FLY TOGETHER!
— Cal Women's Soccer (@CalWomensSoccer) October 13, 2013
Cal's women's soccer got a little love from professional soccer's Bay Area Breeze. Things weren't so breezy, however, as Cal dropped the match, 1-0, to the Bruins.
— ASU Swimming&Diving (@ASUSwimDive) October 13, 2013
These fish got caught out of water but for a cause, supporting runners in the local Race for the Cure.
— Beaver Rowing (@beaverrowing) October 12, 2013
This is a beautiful picture but an even better Twitter handle. I just love it.
Staying on the rowing theme, have you ever hammered out a few thousand if not hundred meters on one of these things? Good on you, Cougar rowing. Tough.
— USC Volleyball (@USCmensvolley) October 11, 2013
And we shall call it: Cross training.
Practice is underway! Hope you are excited about the season as we are! pic.twitter.com/1DBB5SDLMw
— CU Women's Hoops (@CUBuffsWBB) October 9, 2013
Do you like basketball? I like basketball. The CU Buffs women's team likes basketball and appears pretty excited to start playing.
— UW Husky Softball (@UWSoftball) October 7, 2013
Really big fan of the panaroma function as well as softball fields next to lakes.