Roundup: UCLA women's basketball claims WNIT crown
Two days after the Stanford men claimed the NIT championship, UCLA women’s basketball won the WNIT by beating West Virginia 62-60 in the title game on Saturday. Jordin Canada scored a career-high 31 points to pace the Bru Cru on the road.
Arizona State baseball rallied to beat Utah Saturday (6-5 in 10 innings) and take the weekend series two games to one. The Sun Devils are one game behind UCLA for first place in the Pac-12.
USC baseball beat Arizona 10-9 Saturday to sweep the Wildcats in Tucson, erasing a 5-1 deficit in the process. The Trojans are now 25-6 and 7-2 in conference play.
Kurt Kragthorpe ponders how Utah basketball should feel about Duke playing in the national championship game. The Utes have given the Blue Devils their toughest game in the tourney thus far.
Who will step up for Stanford basketball next year with Chasson Randle, Anthony Brown and Stefan Nastic all departing? That’s the question posed by Tom FitzGerald.
Daniel Berk of the Arizona Daily Star writes that Rich Rodriguez is happy with the retooled offensive line at Arizona.
Cal football likes its running back depth, reports Jeff Faraudo. When you have a 1,100-yard back returning in Daniel Lasco alongside promising sophomores like Vic Enwere and Tre Watson, not to mention a freshman who could get some PT next year, what’s not to like?
Let’s learn a thing or two about Oregon State football cornerback Larry Scott, who idolized Randy Moss growing up and has Adele’s music on repeat.
Despite primarily being a shotgun team, Washington State football will go under center occasionally next season, reports Jacob Thorpe. Mike Leach says it might happen as often as one-fourth of the time.
Let’s watch the first episode of “The Starting Line,” produced by Washington football. Pretty tight hype video here.
The Oregon women’s lacrosse team used its sticks as shovels to help clear out the mess left behind by a hailstorm during the Ducks’ 18-8 victory over Cal on Sunday. Play was delayed for nearly 90 minutes as a result of a lightning advisory… and then the hail came. Check out the video, y’all.
Sticking with the sport, Colorado women’s lacrosse fought hard but lost to No. 13 Stanford 16-14. That’s the game recap from Michael Kelly of BuffZone.