Roundup: Quinn Dornstauder putting an exclamation point on her ASU career
Jeff Metcalfe opines that Quinn Dornstauder is closing out her career strong for the No. 19 Sun Devils. The senior center has two double-doubles in her last three games and fell just one rebound shy of being a perfect three-for-three.
New Oregon football coach Willie Taggart continues to compile his coaching staff, naming Joe Salave'a assistant head coach and defensive line coach. Salave'a spent the last five seasons coaching at Washington State and played in the Pac-12 at Arizona.
Coralie Simmons will make her Cal women's water polo coaching debut Saturday and CalBears.com has a nice introduction video for fans to get to know her.
Lauri Markkanen scored a career-high 30 points to lead Arizona men’s basketball past Arizona State 91-75 (Arizona Daily Star). The Wildcats are atop the Pac-12 with a 5-0 conference record, a half-game up on 4-0 Oregon.
Have yourself a game, young man – Bryce Alford went off for 37 points in UCLA’s 104-89 win over Colorado, going 9-of-14 from downtown as UCLA hit a school-record 19 3-pointers.
Kyle Goon lets us know that Mitt Romney was in the house to watch Utah men’s basketball beat USC 86-64 and see Devon Daniels hit three 3-pointers against the Trojans.
Oregon State forward Tres Tinkle will not play against Oregon on Saturday, reports Danny Moran. He is still recovering from that broken wrist, and there is no timetable for his return.
On our airwaves Thursday night, Stanford men’s basketball beat Washington State 84-54 behind a career-high 21 points from Robert Cartwright. First Pac-12 win of the season for the Card.
Paul Myerberg of USA TODAY Sports has USC at No. 5 in his 2017 preseason top 25 college football poll. He also has Washington at No. 7, Stanford at No. 15, Utah at No. 21 and UCLA at No. 25.
Chantel Jennings looks at the Washington secondary as a position of need for the Huskies in 2017 after losing three starters in the defensive backfield from the 2016 College Football Playoff season.
John Blanchette of The Spokesman-Review is of the opinion that Luke Falk’s return to Washington State could set the Cougars up for a big 2017 season. Falk officially announced that he’s returning on Wednesday.
Mile High Sports gives its Coach of the Year award to Colorado football coach Mike MacIntyre for the turnaround job he has pioneered in Boulder.