Pac-12 alums and current athletes tore up every inch of the track at day 3 of the 2014 USATF Outdoor Championships at Hornet Stadium, including Colorado alum Emma Coburn and former Bruin Dawn Harper.

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Pac-12 athletes dominated at every corner of the track at day 2 of the 2014 USATF Outdoor Championships at Hornet Stadium. Former Washington State standout Bernard Lagat claimed his seventh U.S. title with a crushing win in the final of the men's 5,000m, and 22 Pac-12 athletes and alums qualified for the next round of competition. 

Here's a full breakdown of Friday's action in Sacramento featuring athletes with Pac-12 connections:

By Kevin Danna, special to
Updated June 27, 2014

Former Arizona guard Aaron Gordon headlined the Pac-12's 2014 NBA draft class on Thursday in Brooklyn, while Sandy Barbour announced Friday she was stepping down from her role as Cal's director of athletics. 

The Cal athletics department will announce a change in leadership during a press conference Friday on Pac-12 Networks at 1 p.m. PT and streaming at

Pac-12 Networks' Ashley Adamson called out The Duck for charity – and Oregon's mascot responded.


Current and former Pac-12 athletes dominated day one of the 2014 USATF Outdoor Championships Thursday at Hornet Stadium here in Sacramento. 

By Kevin Danna, special to
Updated June 26, 2014

Plenty of Pac-12 players have the potential to be taken in Thursday's NBA draft, but the one that seems ti be gtting most of the attention is Arizona's Aaron Gordon. 

Pac-12 Networks’ summer schedule begins Tuesday, July 1 at 7:00 p.m. PT with Pride of the Pac, a one-hour special honoring the 24 winners of the prestigious Tom Hansen Conference Medal. The programming slate also includes the return of Timelines, two final episodes of The 12 Best and Under Center, plus season two of Varsity Days.


Arizona women's basketball coach Niya Butts explained Wednesday how the Cold Water Challenge began and reacted to how widespread the viral video campaign has become.

By Kevin Danna, special to
Updated June 25, 2014

Utah quarterback Travis Wilson has been medically cleared to resume playing football this fall. The junior was sidelined after a concussion last November revealed he also had an injury to an intracranial artery. 


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