The countdown to the 2015 college football season has begun and Pac-12 Networks is excited to bring fans 17 live football games in just the first three weeks of the 2015 season, all beginning Thursday, September 3.
Washington men's crew and California rugby both won national championships over the weekend at the IRA national championship regatta and the Penn Mutual Collegiate Rugby Championship, respectively.
On a Sunday shortened by lightning strikes, USC and UCLA are primed to contend in Monday's championship round, with UW and Oregon on the fringe.
A recap of Pac-12 results, scores and storylines in the 2015 NCAA baseball regionals.
The Golden Bears led the NCAA rowing championships heading into Sunday's finals, but were bypassed by three-time champions Ohio State by day's end to finish as runners-up.
The Washington Huskies swept all five of their events at Sunday's IRA finals for the program's fifth consecutive national championship.
After three long days of competition in Austin, TX, the field is finally set for the 2015 NCAA outdoor track & field championships to be held June 10-13th at Hayward Field in Eugene. It was Oregon Ducks who ruled the roost of the Pac-12 schools, sending an astounding 45 student-athletes to nationals. In total, the Pac-12 is sending 138 individuals plus relay teams to the NCAA championships. Your team-by-team breakdown of the third and final day of events:
Day 2 of play is in the books at Concession Golf Club in Bradenton, Florida with the USC Trojans not conceding much of anything. The Trojans lead the field of 30 teams competing for the NCAA stroke play title after Saturday's round. Your team-by-team recap of the day's events:
The Pac-12 softball season is officially over now that Oregon and UCLA have been eliminated in the Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City. Both schools lost one-run affairs to SEC counterparts, with Alabama edging Oregon and Auburn sneaking by UCLA in a 10-inning instant classic.