Roundup: Summer League invites for Stanford's Randle, WSU's Lacy

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Stanford

After going undrafted, Stanford alum Chasson Randle will play for the Golden State Warriors’ Summer League team. Randle has a very good shot of making an NBA training camp roster and definitely has the potential to snag an opening-day spot.

Washington State

Tight – former Cougar DaVonté Lacy will play for the Indiana Pacers’ Summer League team in Orlando, and the folks at CougCenter are looking at Lacy’s chances to make the Pacers for next year.

Utah

While Delon Wright is busy prepping for Summer League with the Raptors, Utah men’s basketball is in “summer conditioning mode,” writes the venerable Kyle Goon.

Oregon

Oregon’s Jenna Prandini won the U.S. women’s 200-meter title Sunday at the USATF outdoor championships, becoming just the second collegiate runner to accomplish the feat.

Washington

Martin Rogers of USA Today writes that USWNT goalkeeper Hope Solo will be challenged by Germany in Tuesday’s FIFA Women’s World Cup semifinal. The former Husky has barely had to work thus far thanks to defensive dominance from her teammates, but Germany is the top-ranked team in the world.

Arizona

How ‘bout this for a career change – first former ASU tight end Chris Coyle is trying to play pro rugby in Australia, now former Arizona basketball player Matt Korchek is playing Aussie Rules Football.

Arizona State

Formerly the interim head coach, Missy Farr-Kaye was named the full-time Arizona State women’s golf head coach on Friday. She had spent well more than a decade on the staff before this promotion.

California

Sports Illustrated’s Chris Johnson features Cal quarterback Jared Goff as he tries to lead the Golden Bears to their first bowl game under Sonny Dykes in 2015.

UCLA

David Lombardi fills us in on who will be the major replacements for UCLA football in 2015.

USC

What’s the toughest three-game stretch for USC football? Kyle Bonagura thinks it’s Sept. 19 vs. Stanford, Sept. 26 at Arizona State and Oct. 8 vs. Washington.

Colorado

Brian Howell writes that Colorado defensive coordinator Jim Leavitt is “encouraged” by his options at defensive line despite the team losing Josh Tupou.

Oregon State

Gina Mizell previews Oregon State football’s season-opener against Weber State, because you can’t just stare at a wall until football season gets here. These FCS Big Sky teams have been tricky for the Beavs in the past.

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