Roundup: Ben Wetzler is back
Ben Wetzler was dominant in Oregon State's 3-0 win over Washington, receiving Pac-12 Pitcher of the Week honors for his performance. The Beavs took two of three against the Dawgs in Corvallis and are now two games ahead of the Huskies for first place in the Pac-12.
Yahoo!'s Jeff Eisenberg thinks that former UCLA guard Zach LaVine was a winner from the NBA draft combine. He really impressed with his quickness.
Stanford golfer Patrick Rodgers won the Ben Hogan Award and is the first Hogan winner in Stanford history. Kudos, good sir.
No surprise here: Oregon ruled the Pac-12 Track & Field Championships – again. With the sweep, the men have now won the Pac-12 title eight straight years, while the women have won it six times in a row.
Also no surprise here: Washington men’s rowing won its fifth straight Pac-12 championship. Stanford won it on the women’s side – first ever, too).
Back to the track for a moment, because the Washington State Cougars honored coach Rick Sloan at a retirement send-off. Sloan is stepping down after more than four decades at Wazzu as either an assistant or head coach.
Here are highlights of Arizona softball escaping LSU to advance to the super regionals. Oregon, UCLA and Washington also will represent the Pac-12 in the super regionals.
Former USC quarterback Max Wittek won’t graduate until December, meaning he can’t play at another FBS school until the 2015 season (though he could play at an FCS school in 2014).
Spring is an important time in the world of college soccer, and Arizona State women’s soccer has picked up speed but lost experience. The Forks got a chance to play the NWSL champs (Portland Thorns) in addition to hosting the U.S. men’s national team for practice before a friendly with Mexico in Glendale.
Kyle Ringo writes that the Folsom facilities project is the first of many tasks for Colorado. One thing is true, though: That man Rick George knows how to raise money.
This should be fun: Marshawn Lynch will star in his own biopic entitled “Family First.”
Former Swingin’ Ute C.J. Cron is mashing it in the majors for the Angels. Through Sunday, Cron is hitting .317 in 41 at-bats with two homers and six RBI.