USC women's rowing coach Zenon Babraj explains the confident attitude his crew used to claim the Conference crown in the Varsity Eight event Sunday at Lake Natoma.
Washington's coxswain Seamus Labrum discusses his time at the University of Washington as a scholar-athlete balancing his athletic and educational commitments on the water and in the classroom.
Pac-12 Women's Rowing Scholar-Athlete of the Year Katie Dick discusses how she balances the demands of being both an excellent student and athlete at school and on the road.
Washington’s Seamus Labrum and Washington State's Katie Dick were named the Pac-12 Men’s and Women's Rowing Scholar-Athletes of the Year, the Conference office announced on Sunday at the 2013 Pac-12 Rowing Championships in Gold River, Calif.
Pac-12 Digital caught up with several rowing coaches to learn what they're telling their teams on the eve of Sunday's Pac-12 Championships.
Oregon advanced to the super regionals and five other Pac-12 teams advanced to the regional finals in NCAA regional softball action. Arizona State, Cal, Stanford, UCLA and Washington have a chance to advance to the super regionals tomorrow, while Arizona and Oregon State were eliminated from the postseason.
The Pac-12 has one constituent remaining in the NCAA Men's Tennis Championships after UCLA advanced to the semifinals and USC fell just short in quarterfinal action. The men's tennis Final Four will begin Monday at 11 a.m. PT in Urbana, Ill.
Cal and UCLA won their regionals and five Pac-12 teams clinched a spot in the NCAA men's golf championships in Atlanta May 28-June 2 with regional play wrapped up across the country on Saturday. Washington, USC and Arizona State will join the Golden Bears and Bruins at the Capital City Club, Crabapple Course later this month, while the season has come to a close for Arizona, Colorado, Oregon, Oregon State and Stanford.
Pac-12 Networks' Ashley Adamson shows how Washington freshman Eleni Englert has prevailed over a congenital vision condition that's left her partially blind to compete at the highest levels of rowing.
Talk about a looooooonng day for the folks in Urbana, Ill. Stanford and Cal took a combined nine hours to advance to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Women's Tennis Championships with Round of 16 victories Friday, while UCLA didn't get on the court until 11:25 p.m. local time, more than four hours after its scheduled start with Michigan. Eventually, the Bruins joined the Cardinal and Golden Bears in the Elite 8 of women's tennis, giving the Pac-12 three teams in the quarterfinals on Sunday.