The week in social media photos: Feb. 3-10
As we draw nearer to the end of the winter season (we still have the glorious basket-month of March to come), the next season is taking shape. Softball got under way this weekend and baseball is soon to follow. We even have some tennis and golf mixing in.
Of course, not to be lost amongst these budding seasons is the tragic loss of Ted Agu. His passing is mourned by the conference and the Cal community. It's with a heavy heart that we present The Week:
— Cal Basketball (@CalWBBall) February 8, 2014
Cal's women's basketball team will remember Ted on their sleeves.
The Beavers are ready for a tandem beam event.
USC's Winter Olympian, Jung-Hwa Seo, a South Korean freestyle mogul skier, is still competing despite a scary crash. pic.twitter.com/PMqrGhU5Fb
— USC Trojans (@USC_Athletics) February 7, 2014
The Winter Olympics include this aerial Trojan.
We made an exception to our "Never ever ever try to hit off the lava" rule for Pereira on this one. Got it to fringe. pic.twitter.com/C0ozNIp4My
— UW Men's Golf (@UW_MGolf) February 8, 2014
Playing off of lava is a rare but arguably awesome problem to have.
— Arizona Softball (@UA_Softball) February 5, 2014
I told you softball season started. Love the fresh-cut grass, the aesthetic of a ball field.
— ASU Softball (@ASUSoftball) February 6, 2014
Always a big fan of teammate pics and this is a good one.
— Oregon Duck Softball (@OregonSB) February 6, 2014
That's some real good sock game.
— UCLA Softball (@UCLASoftball) February 6, 2014
I've never actually been to Hawai'i, but because seemingly each sport has
sent teams there, I might have to pay a visit.
Guys wearing whiteout today in honor of those in the snow and cold weather back home. pic.twitter.com/30cdoCcEwj
— Colorado Men's Golf (@CUBuffsMGolf) February 6, 2014
This is a different take on "dressing for the weather."
This is about as awesome as having a giant buffalo deliver you flowers.
— Utah Athletics (@utahathletics) February 8, 2014
No one ever said making weight would be easy.
The Conference Turns 100!