The week in social media photos: Dec. 9-15
Football season has come and gone, or at least drastically slowed as we await nine Pac-12 teams in bowl games. But all that really means is that things are heating up on the volleyball and basketball courts. The Conference of Champions also made a Late Night appearance. The week:
— Washington Huskies (@UWAthletics) December 12, 2013
Here's a UW volleyball throwback to its first NCAA tourney. On Saturday
the program clinched a spot in the Final Four.
— Stanford WBasketball (@StanfordWBB) December 15, 2013
'Tis the season, so if you are in the area, drop by with some gifts to help
out the Stanford women's hoops team in this toy drive.
— Oregon Pit Crew (@OregonPitCrew) December 16, 2013
In Portland, Johnathan Loyd took a second to help pump up what's always
a great Oregon crowd.
— Sun Devil Athletics (@TheSunDevils) December 15, 2013
These gentlemen of the gridiron sure cleaned up nice.
We are just one hour away from tip-off at Haas between Cal and Bakersfield. Are you on your way to Berkeley? pic.twitter.com/q0N9RkLzT1
— Cal Basketball (@CalWBBall) December 15, 2013
It was raining threes in Haas as the Bears set a new school record,
connecting eleven times from deep.
— Colorado Skiing (@cubuffsskiing) December 11, 2013
If you win enough championships (19), they just let you host the event.
— Arizona Basketball (@APlayersProgram) December 14, 2013
To be honest, he'd end up missing this shot. But he didn't miss this one.
— WSU Cougars (@WSUCougars) December 14, 2013
The price is right, Drew. Washington State makes TV appearances all the time.
— USC Trojans (@USC_Athletics) December 15, 2013
USC heads to Vegas Dec. 21 to face Fresno State in the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl.
— Utah Athletics (@utahathletics) December 15, 2013
The Utes got a big non-conference win against in-state rival BYU Saturday in SLC.
— UCLA Athletics (@UCLAAthletics) December 13, 2013
You win the 'ship, you get on Leno. Easy math.
— Oregon State WBB (@oregonstatewbb) December 14, 2013
Sydney Wiese had this big game against Hawaii. She's also second on
the team in scoring at 11.5 ppg.