Roundup: Pac-12 claims crew, rugby national titles
Washington men’s crew won its fifth consecutive IRA national championship Sunday, sweeping all five events. The Dawgs are the first program to win five straight natties in men’s crew.
Cal rugby won the 7s national title with an OT thriller over Kutztown Sunday in Philly.
Our very own Tyson Winter informs us that USC men’s golf is in second at the NCAA championships after play was cut short Sunday due to lightning. The Trojans and Bruins are sure things to make the top-15 cut for the fourth and final round of stroke play, while the Huskies are tied for 15th.
UCLA baseball beat Maryland 4-2 Sunday night (highlights) to force a do-or-die Game 7 in the Los Angeles regional. Check out closer David Berg slipping on the mound on the very last pitch of the game. Our own Jen Cosgriff tells us that UCLA and Cal are the only Pac-12 teams remaining in the NCAA baseball postseason.
Arizona State baseball ended its season with a 7-4 loss to Pepperdine Sunday. The Sun Devils finished the season 35-23.
Oregon baseball was eliminated in an 11-inning heartbreaker to Iowa, squandering multiple chances to score in a 2-1 loss.
Washington State women’s crew finished eighth at the 2015 NCAA rowing championships Sunday at Lake Natoma in California.
Arizona baseball players reflect on their time playing for now-retired coach Andy Lopez in this link provided to us by the Arizona Daily Star.
Oregon State president Ed Ray said the AD search is in the “information-gathering stage”, according to Gina Mizell as of last Friday.
With the NBA Finals right around the corner, let’s read this feature on former Stanford basketball player Ros Gold-Onwude as a sideline reporter for the Golden State Warriors. She’s got Pac-12 Networks on her resume as well. A rising star, this one.
Matthew Piper of The Salt Lake Tribune features former Utah football player Parker Erickson, who is working in D.C. as a staffer for Rep. Jason Chaffetz.
Nicole Auerbach of USA Today writes about what Colorado football coach Mike MacIntyre and Colorado State coach Mike Bobo agree on (slowing down the recruiting process).