This week's Leader of the Pac nominees include two championship teams plus a potential NCAA champion. Who do you think was the best performer in the Conference of Champions?

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The Oregon women's lacrosse team shoveled off their field after a hailstorm interrupted Sunday's contest against Cal.

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The Oregon State Beavers will also be headed back to the NCAA championship after missing it in 2014. A score of 197.625 gave them second place at the Norman regional on Saturday, and sophmore Madeline Gardiner captured the all-around title with a 39.350. Taylor Keeker also helped boost the Beavers' score with a third place finish on the vault.

Updated April 3, 2015

Stanford men's basketball claimed its second NIT title in four years with a 66-64 win over Miami in overtime Thursday night.

Former Arizona State basketball player James Harden scored a career-high 51 points Wednesday night for the Houston Rockets in a game against the Sacramento Kings.

With the madness of March coming to a close, Pac-12 Networks returns to the gridiron, giving fans a glimpse of how their favorite football team is shaping up for fall. Pac-12 Football Weekly returns on Tuesday, April 7, just in time for the Networks’ live telecast of the remaining 11 Spring Games from across the Conference, which begins Friday, April 10.


Chasson Randle became Stanford's all-time leading scorer as the Cardinal defeated Old Dominion 67-60 Tuesday night to advance to the NIT title game Thursday in New York.

Name the campuses that Pac-Man is exploring, as seen Tuesday on Google maps.

Updated March 31, 2015

Police announced Monday Cal freshman soccer player Eloi Vasquez was found dead after possibly being hit by a car on a Los Angeles freeway.

California men's soccer player Eloi Vasquez passed away this past weekend in Los Angeles, the school's athletic department announced Monday.

Vasquez, 19, had just completed his first season with the Golden Bears and had a 3.35 GPA as a freshman. He disappeared after attending a party early Saturday morning at the University of Southern California.

Cal Associate Athletic Director Wesley Mallette expressed his and the school's deep mourning for their peer and teammate, saying that the entire program was heartbroken and devastated upon hearing the news of Vasquez's death.


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