Roundup: Arizona men's basketball back in the top 10
Arizona men’s basketball is back in the top 10 of the AP Top 25 poll, sitting at No. 9 in the newest poll released Monday morning (Arizona Daily Star). Arizona State is No. 25, while USC is still unranked (come on, now; how ‘bout a lil’ more love for the Trojans?).
She did it again – Sabrina Ionescu posted her ninth career triple-double in leading No. 7 Oregon to a 84-68 win over Utah on Sunday in Salt Lake City, going for 19 points, 13 assists and 10 rebounds (Associated Press).
Tiger Woods was “very pleased” with his return to the PGA Tour, carding a 3-under at the Farmers Insurance Open in San Diego over the weekend. Steve DiMeglio of USA TODAY Sports has the story.
From last week – Arizona State unveiled plans for a $160 million renovation of Wells Fargo Arena and creation of a new hockey venue (The Arizona Republic). About $80 million going to each project.
Cal women’s water polo All-American Dora Antal tied the school’s all-time scoring record in the Golden Bears’ 19-6 win over Fresno State. She now has 216 goals to match Emily Csikos.
Here are the highlights of Washington men’s basketball’s 80-62 victory over Washington State Sunday in Seattle. How ‘bout dem Huskies? 15-6 overall and 5-3 in Pac-12 play. BIG weekend coming up with the ‘Zona schools coming to town.
As seen on our airwaves, USC men’s basketball pulled away from Cal 77-59 Sunday in LA. Jonah Mathews had 16 to help the Trojans to their sixth consecutive win.
Brian Howell features new Colorado defensive line coach Kwahn Drake and how he found his way to Boulder.
Following a loss to Oregon in the Civil War on Saturday, Oregon State men’s basketball is “tired of learning lessons,” writes Danny Moran.
Thuc Nhi Nguyen notes that UCLA men’s basketball defeated Stanford with ease Saturday night, pulling away from the Cardinal at the end of the first half and never looking back.
After a hard-fought one-point loss to the Wildcats in Tucson, Lynn Worthy tells us that Utah men’s basketball feels like it should have defeated Arizona and come away with a road sweep.
Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times has this story on Tyler Hilinski’s funeral service in La Verne, California, on Saturday.