Roundup: Stanford women's golf playing for a natty
Stanford women’s golf advanced to the NCAA match-play final, knocking off Arizona and USC in the quarters and semis Tuesday. Baylor now stands in the way of NCAA glory for the Card (match started at 11:10 a.m. PT Wednesday with Golf Channel picking up coverage at noon).
Here’s the Arizona Daily Star report on Arizona women’s golf bowing out in the match play quarterfinals to Stanford 4-1.
Hey, do you wanna see Zach LaVine run routes and alley-oop footballs?! I do!! Just a ridiculous display of athleticism here (thanks, Karpinator).
Star swimmer Missy Franklin has left Berkeley to train in Colorado with her club coach Todd Schmitz, reports Elliott Almond of the San Jose Mercury News.
Oregon football is adding Notre Dame graduate transfer Matt Hegarty, an offensive lineman who will be eligible to play immediately. He’s played some center, so maybe he’s a potential replacement for Hroniss Grasu.
Steve Gress of the Corvallis Gazette-Times talks about how Oregon State baseball dealt with so many new faces in its lineup en route to an NCAA regional bid. The Beavs finished out the regular season 13-3-1 to finish second in the Pac-12 and get to the NCAA postseason.
The Salt Lake Tribune notes that USA Today’s database shows a 20 percent increase in Utah athletics revenue. Nothing wrong with making more money.
The Buffs4Life Fun Run has been renamed the Buffs4Life Kyle MacIntosh Memorial Fun Run to commemorate the former Colorado track athlete who passed away in January at the age of 23. The event will take place June 21.
USC women’s basketball signed two players from Australia Tuesday – Dainejla Milisic (6-4 center) and Khaedin Taito (5-11 guard).
Chantel Jennings notes that Washington State football led the Pac-12 in yards after catch in 2014, to be expected for an offense that throws it a ton and sets up receivers to do some work after getting the pigskin.
Time for a closer look at Arizona State’s 2015 football schedule, courtesy of The Arizona Republic.
We’re 100 days away from the start of the Washington football season, so UW Dawg Pound gives us a list of 100 things it can’t wait to see from the Huskies in 2015.