Roundup: A perfect ending to John Dunning's career

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espnW’s Mechelle Voepel writes that Stanford women’s volleyball coach John Dunning got the perfect end to his career, winning a national title and all.


Chantel Jennings reports that Arizona quarterback Anu Solomon will transfer to Baylor, where he can play immediately as a graduate transfer. 


Washington men’s basketball forward Malik Dime will miss 4-5 weeks with a broken pinkie finger on his right hand. Percy Allen notes that Dime is second in the Pac-12 with 39 blocks (2.6 per game).

Arizona State

James Harden became the fourth player in NBA history to put up 40-point triple-doubles in two straight games by going for 40 points, 15 rebounds and 10 assists against the Charlotte Hornets on Tuesday (Yahoo Sports).


Check out this Elliott Almond feature of Cal women’s basketball forward Kristine Anigwe, who has been lighting it up this year. Lindsay Gottlieb calls her the “most self-motivated player we’ve ever had here,” according to Almond.

Oregon State

Chantel Jennings opines that quarterback is the biggest “position of need” for Oregon State in the 2017 season. The Beavs started three guys at that position last season.


Brian Howell features Colorado defensive end Dante Sparaco, an incoming freshman who will enroll at Colorado next week and participate in spring ball with the Buffaloes.


Jen Beyrle of The Oregonian/OregonLive encourages Oregon football fans to get to know new Ducks defensive coordinator Jim Leavitt, who comes to Eugene via Boulder.

Washington State

CougCenter gives us a little primer on the Washington State spirit squad heading to the national championships in Orlando this weekend.


Brandon Judd of the Deseret News tells us all about Utah’s MyKayla Skinner earning Pac-12 Gymnast of the Week and Pac-12 Freshman of the Week honors after winning the all-around with a score of 39.550 (fourth best in the nation) in the season-opening win over Michigan.


Olympic gold medalist gymnast Madison Kocian was named UCLA student-athlete of the week by for winning the all-around, uneven bars, balance beam and floor exercise to help UCLA defeat Arkansas in its season opener.


USC’s Rico Hoey was named Pac-12 Golfer of the Month, and here’s a little write-up courtesy of the Conference of Champions.

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