Roundup: Ivan Rabb declares for NBA Draft
In an open letter posted on CalBears.com Wednesday morning, Ivan Rabb has decided to forgo his remaining NCAA eligibility and declare for the NBA Draft. The Oakland native expressed gratitude to the "Cal family" for the opportunity to be a Golden Bear and remained committed to earning his degree.
While the women’s basketball team has been taking many of the Beaver headlines, you should know that Oregon State baseball is ranked No. 1 in a couple of national polls. Danny Moran has the deets.
The USC women's golf team claimed its second straight SDSU March Mayhem tournament title on Tuesday. The Trojans had to win four matches in 36 hours, taking down Fresno State (3.5-1.5) in the semis and BYU (4.5-0.5) in the final.
Tom FitzGerald writes about Stanford women’s basketball’s Final Four chances. The Cardinal will have to go through Texas in the Sweet 16 and possibly Notre Dame in the Elite 8, though the Irish will be without its leading scorer and rebounder due to a torn ACL.
ESPN’s Kevin Pelton spends this article telling us about Kelsey Plum being the key to Washington’s success against Oklahoma in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Jeff Eisenberg of Yahoo Sports believes that UCLA-Kentucky is the best Sweet 16 matchup in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.
You know it’s spring football when you’re hearing about Washington State coach Mike Leach appreciating Marcellus Pippins’ dance moves (thanks for the link, Chantel Jennings).
Quoted here by Mile High Sports, our very own Yogi Roth thinks that Colorado quarterback Steven Montez is “knocking on the door” of elite Pac-12 QB status.
Longtime friend of the roundup Anthony Gimino, now writing for AllSportsTucson.com, breaks down what Arizona first baseman Jessie Harper did to be named Pac-12 Softball Player of the Week.
And here’s a video for Utah’s Miranda Viramontes being named Pac-12 Pitcher of the Week. She tossed a complete game on Friday to lead the Utes to their first-ever win at UCLA.
Gabriel Baumgaertner of Sports Illustrated discusses the challenges facing first-year head coaches like Willie Taggart at Oregon and Justin Wilcox at Cal, among others.
Arizona State and adidas will honor former Sun Devil Barry Bonds before the UNLV game on March 28. ASU will also be donning some sharp throwback unis that day as well.
— Sun Devil Baseball (@ASU_Baseball) January 5, 2017