Roundup: Lauren Holiday retires from USWNT
Former UCLA soccer player Lauren Holiday is retiring from the United States women’s national team, the Bruin alum announced Tuesday. She wants to focus on starting a family with husband and former UCLA hooper Jrue Holiday.
Mike Vernon of the San Francisco Chronicle reports that former Cal safety Damariay Drew has been re-admitted to Cal and could walk on to the football team this year.
Utah football center Siaosi Aiono is on the Rimington Trophy watch list. As the Salt Lake Tribune notes, he is one of eight Pac-12 centers on the list.
Tyson Alger of The Oregonian details former Oregon offensive lineman Andre Yruretagoyena’s decision to retire from football.
Wanna get tickets to watch a Colorado football game from the new rooftop terrace at Folsom Field? Get ‘em on StubHub if you can, because Kyle Ringo reports that the limited number of game-day passes for the terrace sold out in just 31 minutes.
IMG College announced that Matt Chazanow will be the new play-by-play broadcaster for Washington State football, men’s basketball and baseball. He replaces the legendary Bud Nameck.
What are the five exclamation points for 2015 Arizona State football? Doug Haller has the answer.
David Lombardi dives into USC’s 2015 football schedule.
How ‘bout another Lombo joint? In this link, we learn about how Stanford’s new faces on defense are trying to reestablish its identity as a hard-nosed fortress. According to Phil Steele, Stanford is 112th in the nation in experience, and that’s including an offense that returns a bevy of starters.
Some more schedule talk – Daniel Berk of the Arizona Daily Star notes that Arizona football opens with three familiar faces – UTSA, Nevada and Northern Arizona. Less than two months away from the start of the season…
Oregon State is hosting a women’s football clinic on Aug. 6, the athletic department announced earlier in the week. All net proceeds from the event will go towards providing screenings for breast and cervical cancer.
Mason Kelley of GoHuskies.com features former Husky Detlef Schrempf’s charity foundation, which raised more $900,000 this year at his celebrity golf event.