From the time Arizona sophomore Hallie Wilson made contact, it was a "no doubter." Her three-run blast won the game and launched the dedicated crowd into a frenzy Thursday night as the Wildcats walked off in dramatic fashion against UCLA in the bottom of the 10th inning. Here's the video:
The game seemed to be slipping away from the Bruins as they found themselves down 5-1 in the fourth inning Thursday night. That was the case until B.B. Bates walked up to the plate. With the bases loaded and two outs, Bates crushed a Shelby Babcock pitch over the outfield wall for a grand slam. Check out the video:
The Pac-12’s eight men’s teams and 11 women’s teams travel to Ojai, Calif. Wednesday April 24-Sunday April 28 to decide the league’s women’s singles and doubles champions in addition to the men’s team champion.
Pac-12 play is hitting overdrive as we hit the halfway mark of the 30-game sprint. Both Oregon schools are tussling for the driver's seat at the top, but four other teams are still within legitimate striking distance of the title. Three of those contenders are featured on Pac-12 Networks this weekend.
Junior Nicola Rossler looks to guide California to back-to-back Pac-12 titles at the Valencia Country Club in Valencia, Calif.
- Arizona Women's Golf
- Arizona State Women's Golf
- California Women's Golf
- Colorado Women's Golf
- Oregon Women's Golf
- Oregon State Women's Golf
- Stanford Women's Golf
- UCLA Women's Golf
- USC Women's Golf
- Washington Women's Golf
- Washington State Women's Golf
- Arizona State
- Oregon State
- Washington State
- Women's Golf
It's not quite the November bonanza or February frenzy, but the spring signing period started yesterday and there was quite a bit of work done in the Conference of Champions. For starters, Arizona officially inked Aaron Gordon, the No. 4 recruit in the country according to ESPN. Can't beat his hops, five-star ranking, or the fact that he's from San Jose.