Roundup: USC beach pair Kelly Claes and Sara Hughes thinking Olympics

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USC

Colin Becht of the Los Angeles Times writes that USC beach volleyball pair Kelly Claes and Sara Hughes are hoping to compete in the Olympics following graduation (well, three years after graduation, but you get it).

Utah

Check out the #GoonerGamer of Utah baseball beating USC on a walk-off homer from Wade Gulden. No defending the title this year but a thrilling finish in the SLC Monday night to cap off a sweep of the Trojans. Perhaps an outside shot for the Utes to make the NCAAs as an at-large?

California

Cal baseball salvaged its series against Stanford by defeating the Cardinal 5-3 Monday night in Berkeley after dropping the first two to the Fighting Mark Marquesses (Pac-12 Networks recap).

Stanford

Our Shayna Rubin tells us that Stanford men’s golf is leading its regional after the first day of the NCAA Men’s Golf Regionals, and she has the whole Pac-12 recap of the thing in the link.

Arizona State

Sweet- program career kills leader Macey Gardner is joining the Arizona State volleyball staff as an assistant coach, the school announced Monday.

Colorado

Pat Rooney lets us know that Colorado women’s lacrosse should continue to progress despite losing a lot of seniors off this year’s team. Great fourth season for the Buffs in making their first NCAA tournament.

Oregon

Mike Richman of The Oregonian/OregonLive reports that former Oregon hooper Dillon Brooks will work out for the Portland Trail Blazers alongside Cal’s Ivan Rabb and South Carolina’s Sindarius Thornwell on June 7.

Washington State

Jacob Thorpe writes that Washington State defensive back Grant Porter intervened in a possible suicide attempt last week. Click the link for more details.

Arizona

Michael Lev writes about how Arizona baseball is winning the “small ball” way in recent games.

UCLA

UCLA AD Dan Guerrero isn’t worried about LaVar Ball or the Big Baller Brand, writes Tania Ganguli of the Los Angeles Times.

Washington

Jeff Zillgitt of USA TODAY Sports writes about Isaiah Thomas playing through the pain of losing his younger sister in a car crash and the physical pain of a fractured tooth and two other shifted teeth suffered in the playoffs. Thomas helped lead the Boston Celtics into the Eastern Conference Finals after outlasting the Washington Wizards in seven games.

Oregon State

Kyle Bonagura gives us three offseason questions for Oregon State football, chief among them being the quarterback competition. By the way, congrats to Bonagura for signing the LOI with his wife recently.

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