UCLA and USC join Cal and Stanford as the four teams representing the Pac-12 in the round of 16 at the 2015 NCAA women's tennis championships following their second-round victories Sunday, while Arizona State lost a hard-fought battle with Oklahoma State in the round of 32.
UCLA and USC won their second-round matches while Cal and Stanford lost in the round of 32 in NCAA men's tennis tournament play Saturday.
The 2015 NCAA women's water polo championship match will be a dual between Pac-12 foes (1) UCLA and (2) Stanford, a rematch of the 2014 championship contest.
The NCAA Regionals wrapped up on Saturday, and the Pac-12 will be well-represented in the championships later this month. The Conference of Champions had six teams and three individuals qualify for the next level. For complete results, visit golfstatresults.com.
The Pac-12 women's tennis teams went undefeated agains on Saturday, advancing Cal and Stanford to the round of 16 on Sunday.
After day two of the NCAA Women's Golf Championship regionals, at least six Pac-12 teams are in championship contention. USC, Stanford and California are currently 1-2-3 in the St. George regional, with the top six teams in each regional advancing to the national championship. For complete results, visit golfstatresults.com.
St. George Regional (Entrada at Snow Canyon Country Club – St. George, Utah)
The Pac-12’s fearsome foursome of Cal, Stanford, UCLA and USC has advanced to the semifinals of the 2015 NCAA women’s water polo championship hosted by Stanford University. UCLA and Cal will match wits in the first semifinal Saturday at 3:30 p.m. PT, while Stanford and USC will square off in the nightcap at 5:15 p.m.
Pac-12 teams were a perfect 4-0 Friday in the first round of the NCAA Men’s Tennis Championships, with all four California schools taking care of business. Cal, Stanford, UCLA and USC will all be in action in the second round on Saturday.
The Bay Area schools kicked off the 2015 NCAA women’s tennis championships in style as both Cal and Stanford swept their first-round opponents on Friday. Cal and Stanford will play their second-round matches Saturday, while Arizona State, UCLA and USC kick off their tournament campaigns Saturday as well.
California officially named Michael Williams its full-time Director of Athletics Friday morning. The Golde Bear alumnus had been working in that role on an interim basis the last 10 months.