Roundup: Kevon Looney declares for NBA draft
UCLA basketball forward Kevon Looney declared for the NBA draft Monday. He averaged 11.6 points and a team-high 9.2 rebounds as a freshman this season.
At 4 PT this afternoon, 'Cats coach Sean Miller and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson will discuss the sophomore's future during a live streamed press conference. Also, Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports reports that Stanley Johnson has not made a decision yet.
USC women’s basketball legend Lisa Leslie was named to the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame Class of 2015. She won four gold medals with Team USA and was a three-time WNBA MVP.
Staying on subject, good feature from WSUCougars.com on former Washington State basketball coach George Raveling, who was also named to the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame.
Great video feature from J.B. Long and the Pac-12 Networks crew about Arizona State baseball alum Cory Hahn finding a different path to the MLB. The former Sun Devil was paralyzed on the field but now works in the Arizona Diamondbacks organization.
Some unfortunate news from over the weekend – Utah sophomore running back Troy McCormick injured his knee, and coach Kyle Whittingham called it “pretty severe.”
Chantel Jennings looks at the receivers who need to step up for Oregon – Byron Marshall, Dwayne Stanford, Bralon Addison and Alex Ofodile.
Uncle Ted writes that now that he’s no longer the new guy in Seattle, Chris Petersen can focus on establishing a culture at Washington.
One more trip down the ESPN Pac-12 Blog rabbit hole… Stanford secondary coach Duane Akina is developing versatility in Stanford’s young secondary, notes David Lombardi.
Former Oregon State defensive end Obum Gwacham writes about his visit with the Philadelphia Eagles in his latest NFL draft diary entry.
Brian Howell discusses the upcoming road trip for Colorado lacrosse as it tries to make a postseason push. The Buffs start a four-game roadie with USC and San Diego State on Friday and Sunday, and both the Trojans and Aztecs are undefeated in MPSF play.
The Associated Press keeps us abreast on Cal’s search for a new athletic director with this brief post.