Roundup: NCAA baseball season over for Pac-12
Cal baseball was eliminated by Texas A&M in a regional final Monday night, falling to the Aggies 3-1. Overall, the Pac-12 baseball season is over now that UCLA and Cal lost in regional finals. Jen Cosgriff breaks it down from a conference perspective.
UCLA was the final Pac-12 team to bow out when a ninth-inning rally came up short in a 2-1 loss to Maryland. Tough end to the season for the tournament's No. 1 overall seed.
Connor Letourneau looks at some superlatives in this Oregon State baseball season review. The Beavs were ousted in the Dallas regional last weekend.
USC men’s golf advanced to match play at the NCAA championships Monday for the first time since 2009. UPDATE – the Trojans advanced to the semis of match play Tuesday, while the Bruins were eliminated.
Staying on the links (golf and roundup-wise, I’m so clever), Washington’s Cheng-Tsung Pan finished in second for the NCAA individual championship. Best of luck to the departing senior in his future professional career.
Also, Arizona State’s Jon Rahm finished in the top 25 at the NCAA men’s golf championships, carding a 2-over 290 for 72 holes.
Take a look at kickoff times for five 2015 Oregon football games, along with other start times around the conference for selected games. And here are the first three weeks of Pac-12 football start times.
Let’s read about how Stanford soccer star Jordan Morris became the face of college soccer. Scoring against Mexico for USMNT will help in that department. Great stuff here from David Kiefer of Stanford Athletics.
Arizona basketball has hired former Drake head coach Mark Phelps as an assistant coach on Sean Miller’s staff. Phelps replaces the departed Damon Stoudamire, who is now an assistant coach at Memphis.
Utah women’s basketball added Clemson transfer Daneesha Provo (Salt Lake Tribune). The 14th Canadian hooper to suit up for the Ute women will sit out 2015-16 and have three seasons to play starting in 2016-17.
Sweet – former Washington State quarterback Jeff Tuel was claimed off waivers by the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Colorado women’s basketball is back to work for the summer grind, reports Brian Howell. The Buffs will have five new faces in 2015-16.