Roundup: Missy Franklin named top collegiate female athlete for 2015
Nice way to cap off a collegiate career – Cal’s Missy Franklin won the Honda Cup, which is given to the nation's top female collegiate athlete.
Former UCLA quarterback Asiantii Woulard says he is transferring to South Florida. He originally committed to USF before Skip Holtz was fired.
Colorado basketball’s Josh Scott was invited to the Team USA training camp for the Pan Am Games squad that will play July 21-25 in Toronto. He is one of only three Buffs all-time with more than 1,000 points, 600 boards, 100 blocks and 60 thefts. Kaleb Tarczewski will also be at the training camp.
Speaking of which, Brian Hamilton of Sports Illustrated pens a piece on how Kaleb Tarczewski is embracing the big expectations at Arizona; he’s ready to lead, yo.
Stanford athletics lists all the Stanford athletes competing at the World University Games in South Korea (July 3-14). Twenty-five athletes and four coaches will put it down for Nerd Nation in Gwangju.
Dirk Facer of the Deseret News writes that Delon Wright is “ready to get started” with the Toronto Raptors, which took him 20th overall in Thursday’s 2015 NBA Draft. He’s gonna get to keep rocking No. 55 with Toronto.
Of course it did – the Washington State flag flew on the SportsCenter set as the show was broadcasting live from Hoopfest in Spokane on Sunday.
Arizona State basketball coach Bobby Hurley is embracing the rules changes, Cronkite News’ Cuyler Meade explains in this special for FOX Sports Arizona. Hurley likes to play fast so the drop to a 30-second shot clock shouldn’t impact the Forks much.
Gina Mizell dissects the race for the Oregon State starting quarterback job. It’s between true freshman Seth Collins and redshirt frosh Nick Mitchell.
Familiarize yourself with Oregon football’s season-opening opponent, Eastern Washington, thanks to the knowledge dropped by Andrew Greif.
Who has to fill in some big shoes for USC football in 2015? David Lombardi has the answer in this link.
Washington volleyball’s Krista Vansant was among the "12 Best” athletes of the year in the Pac, and this video explains why.