Roundup: Oregon wins another NCAA title for the Pac
Props to Oregon men’s golf for winning the NCAA title, defeating Texas 3-2 in the finals thanks to Sulman Raza's title-clinching putt on the 21st hole. The men’s golf team is the third UO athletics program to win an NCAA team title this year.
Need some listening material while perusing the roundup? Check out The Vertical Podcast with Woj featuring Golden State Warriors GM Bob Myers, a former Bruin hooper.
In an interview with Sports on Earth, Barry Bonds said he regrets the way he treated others while he was a major-leaguer. The former Sun Devil was not known for being the nicest guy.
Brenda Tracy penned an open letter to Baylor for Sports Illustrated, suggesting that the school needs to become part of the solution regarding sexual assault on college campuses. Tracy was a victim of sexual assault nearly two decades ago, with two of the alleged suspects being Oregon State football players.
Kickoff times were announced for four more USC football games in 2016. Read the Pac-12 press release for kickoff times across the conference.
Former Buffs Eric Bieniemy and Rashaan Salaam are on the College Football Hall of Fame ballot, notes Brian Howell.
Kyle Goon features Utah baseball coach Bill Kinneberg as his Pac-12 champion Utes get ready for the NCAA tournament. He’s reportedly “the nicest guy in baseball.”
Michael Lev features Arizona baseball pitcher Nathan Bannister, who has become the Wildcats’ ace in his senior season. He’s rocking a 9-2 record with a 2.72 ERA heading into NCAA Tournament regional play.
California Golden Blogs updates us on Jaylen Brown’s NBA workouts and mock draft projections. Looks like NBA.com has him going to the Suns.
Mason Kelley details the Washington football team’s meeting with the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office to talk about sexual assault and domestic violence.
There will always be offers or rumors of him getting NFL head coaching opportunities, but David Shaw reiterated his intentions to stay at Stanford in a recent interview. Ted Miller has the deets.
Washington State volleyball player Tani Stephens will compete in the AVP Seattle Open beach tournament Thursday-Sunday, partnering with Lauren Sieckmann (a former sand player at USC and Pepperdine).