Roundup: Chasson Randle sets school scoring record
Chasson Randle set the Stanford basketball scoring record as the Cardinal defeated Old Dominion 67-60 in the NIT semifinals. Stanford will face Miami in the championship game Thursday.
Like Jameis Winston, Marcus Mariota doesn’t plan to attend the NFL draft. Rather, Mariota will be with family and friends in Hawai'i. Don’t worry, you can still see his reaction to getting drafted; camera crews will be with him in the South Pacific.
USC athletic director Pat Haden is boycotting the CFP committee meeting in Indiana due to the state’s new religious freedom law. Haden has a gay son.
UCLA is focusing on replacing Brett Hundley as it begins spring practice, writes Dan Greenspan of the Associated Press. Jim Mora says Jerry Neuheisel has the advantage right now, but five-star quarterback Josh Rosen figures to state his case. Also, UCLA women’s basketball plays Michigan in the WNIT semifinals Wednesday night (4 p.m. PT, click the link for live stream details).
Brett McMurphy of ESPN reports that Tucson, Arizona, will apply for a 2015 bowl game (along with Little Rock, Arkansas). He also reports that the Pac-12 is considering adding a bowl game in Australia for the 2016 season (I’ll start my Kickstarter campaign to head down under shortly).
You can see the full feature of this on Pac-12 Sports Report next Monday, but here’s a little snippet of former Utah gymnast Kristina Baskett talking about being a Hollywood stuntwoman. That’s pretty tight.
The Arizona State baseball team extended its win streak to four games Tuesday night with a 7-3 win over New Mexico State. Also, the school announced Tuesday that Dorsey Tierney-Walker had been relieved of her duties as the Sun Devils head swimming coach.
Gina Mizell discusses how the Oregon State football coaching staff spent the extended break from spring practice. The Beavs got a couple of weeks off from the field after their first six spring practices.
Mason Kelley of GoHuskies.com says Washington football is seeking improvement in spring practice.
On the other side of the state, competition is the focus of Washington State spring football, writes Jacob Thorpe.
Brian Howell features Colorado volleyball player Joslyn Hayes, who has just made a full recovery from a stress fracture in her tibia that kept her out of the last two-plus months of the season. She expects to play in a scrimmage against Colorado State Thursday night.
Watch this video on a 6-year old with cystic fibrosis spending a day with Cal football.