Roundup: Arizona State athletics announces 2017 Hall of Fame class
Arizona State announced its 2017 Hall of Fame class on Monday, and it includes former NFL quarterback Andrew Walter.
Oregon wide receiver Darren Carrington has been kicked off the team after being arrested and charged with driving under the influence of intoxicants earlier this month. Carrington led the Ducks in receiving yards last season.
Over the weekend, USC alumnae Kelly Claes and Sara Hughes took home bronze medal Saturday in the Long Beach President's Cup, defeating reigning Olympic gold medalists Laura Ludwig and Kira Walkenhorst.
Lonzo Ball has the Los Angeles Lakers one win away from a 2017 Las Vegas Summer League Title, but one of the bigger headlines surrounding him is why Ball isn’t wearing his own shoe during games, and Dan Devine of Yahoo Sports dives deep into this question in this article.
Team Colorado is on to the Super 16 of The Basketball Tournament after it defeated Broad Street Brawlers 111-95 in the second round Sunday (Buffzone.com). The group of former Buffs will only get stronger next weekend when it adds Josh Scott to the fold.
Schweet – Washington volleyball player Courtney Schwan was named MVP of the European Global Challenge in helping lead the U.S. Collegiate Team to gold (The Seattle Times).
For The Win points out that Tiger Woods’ world ranking dropped to 1,005 on Monday ahead of the upcoming British Open. Here’s to hoping he can make it back.
Cal inside linebacker Devante Downs was named to The Butkus Award watch list Monday (nation’s top LB at high school, collegiate and pro levels).
Along these lines, Oregon State linebacker Manase Hungalu is also on The Butkus Award watch list (The Oregonian/OregonLive). Hungalu was second on the Beavs with 83 tackles last year and will represent Oregon State at Pac-12 Football Media Days next week.
Lynn Worthy of The Salt Lake Tribune tells us about the Utah spirit squad’s upcoming trip to China to perform and help out at a summer camp teaching young cheerleaders and dancers.
Matt Norlander of CBS Sports has Arizona at the top of his Pac-12 men’s basketball power rankings. Putting DeAndre Ayton alongside Allonzo Trier, Rawle Alkins and Parker Jackson-Cartwright makes for a formidable foe.
The folks at CougCenter are reliving Washington State football’s 2016 conference season, and in this link, they dive into the Cougars’ 42-16 win at Stanford.
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