Roundup: UCLA men's basketball's Ike Anigbogu hires agent
UCLA men’s basketball’s Ike Anigbogu has signed with an agent, thus eliminating any chance he might return to school for his sophomore season.
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Steve Gress of the Corvallis Gazette-Times reports that Oregon State women’s basketball forward Breanna Brown will transfer to Georgia Tech as a graduate student and be eligible to play next season.
Jonathan Hawthorne of the Daily Emerald reports that Oregon women’s basketball guard Megan Trinder is retiring after suffering two ACL tears and being hospitalized with an infection after the second surgery. She had one year of eligibility remaining.
Bruce Pascoe writes about Lorenzo Romar’s move to Arizona men’s basketball assistant coach and how he wound up in Tucson after getting fired at Washington.
Sweetness – former Sun Devil guard and current Indiana Fever pro Briann January has been named an assistant coach at Arizona State, and it sounds like she’ll be continuing her WNBA career for the time being as well.
Check out the 2017 Washington State football uniforms. Sweet threads, as announced by the university on Wednesday.
Jon Wilner updates us on Cal quarterback Davis Webb’s NFL Draft prospects. Sounds like he can go anywhere from late in the first round to early in the third.
USC cornerback Adoree’ Jackson visited the Houston Texans recently, reports Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle. He has also visited the Eagles, Browns, Cowboys, Titans and Buccaneers.
Our Shayna Rubin whipped up this Utah-Arizona Thursday Night Baseball preview for your reading pleasure. The game hits our airwaves at 6 p.m. PT/7 p.m. MT Thursday night.
Check this out – former Stanford reliever Drew Storen struck out three batters on nine pitches in the ninth inning to close the door on a 9-3 Cincinnati Reds win over the Baltimore Orioles.
Ted Miller writes that Washington football is hoping to transition from upstart program to established powerhouse after making a College Football Playoff appearance last season.
Pat Rooney puts together this feature story on Colorado lacrosse’s Sarah Brown, who has made the transition from prolific goal scorer to stout defender in helping the Buffs rank second in the nation in scoring defense.