TV broadcast and online viewing information for the 2014 Pac-12 Track & Field Championships.


By Steve Langsam, special to Pac-12.com
Updated May 22, 2014

In Oregon's' 5-1 victory over California on Thursday night at PK Park in Eugene, the Ducks freshman A.J. Balta tumbled home for a run.


Three Pac-12 singles players and two doubles teams advanced Thursday on to the round of 16 in the 2014 Pac-12 NCAA men's tennis championships in Athens, Ga.


Day three of the NCAA DIV. 1 Women's Golf Championships in Tulsa, Okla. at the Tulsa Country Club saw the Duke Blue Devils take over the top spot on the leaderboard heading into the final round of competition.


Half a dozen Pac-12 women's singles players advanced Thursday in Athens, Ga., as part of the 2014 NCAA tennis championships, while Stanford and USC each adavanced a doubles team into the round of 16. 


By Kevin Danna, special to Pac-12.com
Updated May 22, 2014

Congrats to former Oregon head coach Mike Bellotti, who was named to the College Football Hall of Fame Thursday morning. Other Pac-12 representatives in the 2014 class are Tony Boselli (USC), Darrin Nelson (Stanford) and John Sciarra (UCLA).


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By David Lombardi, special to Pac-12.com
Updated May 22, 2014

Eight Pac-12 teams are set to play on Pac-12 Networks in the final weekend of the regular season, including the nation's No. 1, 13 and 15 teams.


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Three of the finest football players and one of the most legendary coaches in Pac-12 history will receive college football's ultimate honor this December.


The Pac-12 will have four representatives in the second round of the NCAA men’s tennis singles championships, with UCLA’s two remaining players leading the way. Overall, Pac-12 men’s tennis players went 4-3 in the first round with one player withdrawing before competition began.

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A wildly successful opening round for the Pac-12 at the 2014 NCAA women’s tennis singles championship saw 15 players from the Conference of Champions advance to the round of 32, including five from Stanford and four from UCLA. Overall, the Pac-12 went 15-3 in the first round of the women’s singles championships and is sending the most tennis players into the second round of any conference (the ACC has the second-most players into the round of 32 with nine).


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