With the exit of two USC players in Friday’s round of 16, the Pac-12 is completely out of the NCAA men’s tennis individual championships. The Pac-12 accounted for seven singles players and three doubles teams in the 64-player and 32-team brackets, respectively.


Three singles players and three doubles teams have advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA women’s tennis individual championships with victories Friday in Waco, Texas. The three singles players are the second most of any conference behind the ACC’s four in the quarterfinals, while the three doubles teams match the SEC’s total for the most doubles teams remaining by conference. All three doubles teams have earned All-America status via advancing to the quarterfinals, while all three singles players were named All-Americans by advancing to the Sweet 16 Thursday.


Oregon is one of three Pac-12 softball teams in super regional play this weekend and Tyson Alger previews the Ducks' super regional series against NC State.

In Thursday's NCAA women's tennis action, seven singles players and seven doubles teams advanced to the round of 16 in Waco, Texas. 

While all three of the Pac-12 doubles teams fell on Thursday, USC's Yannick Hanfmann and Jonny Wang adavanced to the NCAA men's singles round of 16 in Waco, Texas.

The Arizona Republic's Doug Haller ponders whether Arizona State running back, and now wide receiver, D.J. Foster is a Heisman Trophy contender.


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