The week in social media photos: May 19-25
What’s this, a social media photos blog post not penned by Adam Butler?! Don’t worry folks, @pachoopsab will be back next week (as far as I know, at least).
— Arizona Basketball (@APlayersProgram) May 20, 2014
One of the best three-point shooters in the history of the NBA will now be coaching one of the best three-point shooters in the history of the NBA. Next year should be fun in Golden State.
— UCLA Athletics (@UCLAAthletics) May 20, 2014
Look at what you’ve done, UCLA baseball, women’s soccer and women’s tennis; they’re going to have to build more trophy cases soon because of y’all!
— Sun Devil Athletics (@TheSunDevils) May 21, 2014
Arizona State baseball played its last baseball game at Packard Stadium Tuesday, beating Abilene Christian 4-2. It was the home to Sun Devils baseball for 40 years.
— Team @ KT Tape (@KTTape) May 25, 2014
Who said athletic tape can’t show school spirit? By the way, Lynn Chi is in the NCAA women’s singles championship Monday against Virginia’s Danielle Collins.
— Colorado Buffaloes (@cubuffs) May 22, 2014
Now you see it, now you don’t. Facilities upgrade sequence set to full blast in Boulder.
— Oregon Duck Softball (@OregonSB) May 25, 2014
Women’s College World Series baby! Here’s to hoping the Ducks get to OKC in time to catch Game 4 of the Thunder-Spurs series.
— Oregon State Hoops (@OregonStateMBB) May 22, 2014
What this blogger would do to see another one of Joe Burton’s hook shots or backdoor bounce passes… And oh yeah, there’s a new sheriff in town.
— Stanford Baseball (@StanfordBSB) May 25, 2014
Looks like Stanford baseball has snuck into a regional somewhere. Strong finish for the Card.
USC finished second as a team at the NCAA women’s golf championships, but nobody could slot her name above Doris Chen on the individual leaderboard.
This one’s for you, Adam Butler. Utah punter Tom Hackett as a kid on the left, Utah punter Tom Hackett doing what punters do on the right.
— UW Baseball (@UW_Baseball) May 26, 2014
Watch out for these guys in the postseason. Heck of a year for Dawgs baseball.
— WSU Cougars (@WSUCougars) May 25, 2014
Only right to end a post on Memorial Day with a war hero.