Roundup: Arizona won't play nice under Adia Barnes
Read Greg Hansen’s piece on Adia Barnes as head coach of Arizona women’s basketball. Don’t expect the Wildcats to play nice, yo.
It’s time for some much-needed rest for Kelsey Plum, writes Adam Jude. Washington’s all-time leading scorer played every minute of every NCAA Tournament game (and didn’t have a whole lot of time off last offseason due to getting ready for and playing in the Pan American Games), so it’s time for a lil’ R&R.
Jonny Locker provided some late-game heroics with a game-winning, two-run homer as the Cardinal stunned Cal in a non-conference game in Berkeley last night. Stanford was down to its final8 strike before mounting a three-run rally in the ninth.
UCLA running back Steven Manfro has retired due to shoulder injuries, according to multiple media reports (first reported by Santa Clarita Valley TV).
Kevin Gemmell provides us with this article about former USC football players setting up a football camp in China this summer with the help of other Pac-12 and Big Ten football alums. There’s one field in all of China that is dedicated to American football.
Cal beach volleyball defeated Stanford 3-2 on Pac-12 Network Tuesday afternoon on The Farm. Here’s the recap from Anne Marie Anderson and Holly McPeak.
Take a look at the Colorado men’s basketball year-end honors, courtesy of Pat Rooney. Josh Scott was named team MVP for the third straight year.
In one of our most recently-produced centennial moments, we take a look back at Oregon men’s basketball winning the first national championship in 1939, defeating THE Ohio State University 46-33 in the finals.
Good read from Chantel Jennings on how Washington State wide receiver Gabe Marks is taking care of his body better during the offseason. It’s easy to get wrapped up in a Harry Potter book, but you gotta catch your z’s, Gabe.
David Lombardi features Devontae Booker’s replacement, Utah running back Joe Williams, who is a self-described “home-run hitter.”
Arizona State spring football practice report from Monday night from Doug Haller.
It sounds like the defense for Oregon State football is making progress… most of the time, at least. Gina Mizell brings us the spring practice report from Tuesday. Back to football for Gina after covering the women’s team’s run to the Final Four.
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