The seeding for the NCAA women's water polo tournament turned out to be quite accurate: The top-seeded Stanford Cardinal took home the 2014 NCAA championship with a win over No. 2 UCLA, and Pac-12 representatives finished in first through fifth place.
USC won the west regional and UCLA claimed the central regional as seven Pac-12 women’s golf teams advanced to the NCAA championships at the conclusion of regional play Saturday.
34 total Pac-12 players were selected in the 2014 NFL draft.
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The Cal and Washington softball seniors took the time to thank their moms during Saturday's game at Strawberry Softball Field in Berkeley.
The Pac-12 saw 11 former football players selected in the NFL draft on Friday -- six in the second round and five in the third -- to bring the conference total to 14 guys taken in the first three rounds. Through 100 picks, the Pac-12 has the fourth-most selections of any collegiate conference, behind the SEC’s 23, Big Ten’s 16 and ACC’s 15.
After the second round of the NCAA women's golf regionals Arizona State and USC are tied for the lead in the west regional and UCLA leads the central regional.
Oregon State's Brandin Cooks was just one of three players selected Thursday in the first round of the NFL draft, including UCLA's Anthony Barr and Washington State's Deone Bucannon.
University of Oregon administrators announced Friday morning that Damyean Dotson, Dominic Artis and Brandon Austin have been dismissed from the team.
An unusual baserunning error by the Washington Huskies allowed only two runs to score on an apparent three-run homer during a game Thursday in Berkeley.
Three former Pac-12 football players were selected in the first round of the NFL draft Thursday in New York, including UCLA's Anthony Barr, Oregon State's Brandin Cooks and Washington State's Deone Bucannon.