Roundup: Oregon State clinches share of Pac-12 baseball title
Oregon State baseball clinched a share of the Pac-12 title by beating Oregon 6-1 Thursday night (The Oregonian/OregonLive). Pat Casey got win No. 999 in the process.
Sam Laird of Mashable tells us about all the money raised for Cal rugby player Robert Paylor’s recovery. More than $245,000 has been raised on GoFundMe, with a goal of $1 million.
Arizona State women’s tennis begins its NCAA tournament run Friday against Florida State at Auburn University, so check out the match notes from ASU athletics communications. Other Pac-12 women’s tennis teams in the NCAAs are Stanford, Cal, USC, UCLA, Oregon and Washington.
Meanwhile, USC women’s lacrosse will play Jacksonville in the first round of the NCAA tournament Friday at 1 p.m. PT, and you can catch the recap on pac-12.com afterward by ya boy.
Rob Moseley of GoDucks.com fame writes that Oregon men’s tennis is looking to take the next step as a program by winning two regional matches for the first time. The Ducks will play Memphis Friday morning and are joined in the NCAA field by USC, UCLA, Cal, Stanford and Washington.
Michael Hull of the Daily Bruin features UCLA women’s water polo star Maddie Musselman, who won a gold medal with Team USA in Rio last August before she took her first class in Westwood. The Bruins are the top-seeded team in the NCAA Women’s Water Polo Championships and play its quarterfinal game against Wagner on Friday.
Arizona softball seniors Katiyana Mauga and Danielle O’Toole were named USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year finalists, it was announced Wednesday. They are the Wildcats’ first finalists for the award since Kenzie Fowler back in 2010.
Check out this Washington Post feature of Stanford women’s soccer star Andi Sullivan, who is making her way back from an ACL tear. Props to Nick Eilerson for the story.
Adam Jude gives us five questions for the Washington football offense this offseason.
Brian Howell reports that Colorado women’s basketball assistant coach Jeff Cammon has accepted the head coaching position at Long Beach State. Cammon was an assistant at The Beach for five seasons before heading to Cal for two and Colorado for one.
Amy Donaldson of the Deseret News writes that Utah softball is playing with confidence as it hosts Washington in the final weekend of the regular season. Hopefully the Utes didn’t lose too much confidence after getting rocked 12-1 in the series opener Thursday night.
Jeff Nusser of CougCenter highlights Washington State’s solid APR scores in this post.