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.

It was a rough weekend Pac-12 men's and women's basketball as teams from Arizona, Arizona State, Stanford, UCLA and Utah were eliminated from their respective NCAA tournaments. 

Baseball and softball fans in Tucson were treated to quite the double dip on Sunday.

Vote for this week's Leader of the Pac and tune in to Monday night's Sports Report (7 p.m. PT on Pac-12 Networks) with Ashley Adamson and JB Long to see who wins.


Arizona basketball star Rondae Hollis-Jefferson appeared at the Wildcats' baseball game Sunday versus Oregon.

If you were watching Saturday night's 9-5 win by the Arizona baseball team over Oregon on Pac-12 Networks, you might have noticed a red and blue blur going between the mound and the dugout.

But that wasn't Superman. It was Arizona pitcher Robby Medel.

The Oregon softball team was penalized for celebrating a home run in Friday's 8-0 win vs. Washington but redeemed themselves with a walk-off win.

Arizona has advanced to the Elite Eight, while Utah and UCLA try to complete the trifecta. 

Arizona redshirt senior T.J. McConnell and his head coach Sean Miller share a unique bond that includes their shared roots in Pittsburgh.

The Utah Runnin' Utes are crediting Navy SEAL training at the start of the sason for helping in the team's run to the Sweet 16.


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