Roundup: National titles for USC beach volleyball and Cal rugby
USC beach volleyball won the NCAA title by knocking off Pepperdine 3-2 in a hotly-contested championship match. It’s the second straight NCAA title and third consecutive natty for the Trojans.
Cal rugby repeated as Varsity Cup national champions, defeating Arkansas State 43-13. It’s the 28th in program history.
Arizona softball won the Pac-12 title by beating UCLA 7-2 Sunday. It’s the first conference title for the ‘Cats since 2007 (highlights).
Colorado women’s lacrosse earned its first NCAA Tournament bid and will face Massachusetts in a first-round game on Friday in Philadelphia. USC also made the tourney from the MPSF/soon-to-be-Pac-12.
With the NCAA Men’s Golf Regionals getting underway next week, Daniel Uthman of USA TODAY Sports tells us how former PGA Tour golfer Casey Martin turned Oregon into a golf power.
UCLA hoopers Ike Anigbogu, TJ Leaf and Thomas Welsh will participate in the NBA Draft Combine this week in Chicago (May 9-14). Lonzo Ball was invited to the combine but elected to not participate.
Kyle Goon reports that Utah football scheduled a home-and-home series with Wyoming for 2020 (Laramie) and 2025 (Rice-Eccles).
Oregon State baseball swept Cal over the weekend, improving to a whopping 38-4 and 21-3 in Pac-12 play. The Beavs are on pace to set a program record for best regular-season record.
Washington State baseball knocked off Oregon 6-5 thanks to Justin Harrer’s walk-off two-run double (highlights).
It’s been a rough season for the Sun Devils, but Arizona State baseball snapped Stanford’s 11-game win streak by besting the Cardinal 9-6 Sunday.
Olympic gold medalist sprinter Usain Bolt laughed off John Ross’ challenge to a 40-yard dash, saying the former Husky would have no chance of beating him.
Pete Thamel of Sports Illustrated catches up with Stanford football coach David Shaw to talk NFL Draft and the upcoming season for the Cardinal.
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