Roundup: Katie Ledecky continues to break records
Dan D’Addona of Swimming World Magazine breaks down Katie Ledecky’s performance against Cal, breaking Cal’s pool record in the 1,000-yard freestyle as well as the 200-yard freestyle.
Colorado has delayed its approval of Mike MacIntyre’s contract extension while the university looks into his handling of the allegations of domestic abuse regarding former assistant Joe Tumpkin (Associated Press).
Oregon’s Sabrina Ionescu was named Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Player and Freshman of the Week after posting her fourth triple-double of the season (11 points, 10 boards and 10 dimes against UCLA). Nobody in Pac-12 history has had more than six career triple-doubles.
Andrew Nemec of The Oregonian/OregonLive reports that former Wisconsin and South Florida safety Austin Hudson will transfer to Oregon State after graduating in May, meaning he can play next season for the Beavs. Hudson was recruited by Oregon State head coach Gary Andersen at Wisconsin.
Washington State walk-on punt returner Kaleb Fossum will transfer to Nevada for financial reasons, he announced Monday. CougCenter provides some context for us.
Graham Hays of espnW spends a good chunk of his NCAA softball weekend rundown telling us about Taran Alvelo’s opening weekend with Washington, as the Husky pitcher got wins against No. 1 Oklahoma and No. 2 Auburn (not to mention a triumph over Nebraska sandwiched in between).
Former UCLA Bruin and current Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love is going to miss six weeks after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his left knee.
Meanwhile, Cal’s Maya Jansen was named Pac-12 Women’s Tennis Player of the Week, getting a couple of wins against nationally-ranked opponents to go along with a doubles victory against the No. 5 pair in the nation.
Arizona State baseball will shorten Phoenix Municipal Stadium next season, bringing in the fences by 15-17 feet to make the park more hitter-friendly. Jeff Metcalfe has the details.
Sean Miller is cool with Arizona being slotted behind Oregon in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament early seedings, Bruce Pascoe notes. After all, Arizona did get destroyed by the Ducks in Eugene.
Conquest Chronicles lets us know what incoming freshman defensive tackle Jay Tufele can bring to USC football. Dude is a top-50 recruit.
Lya Wodraska writes that Utah gymnastics is re-evaluating itself after losing to Oregon State in Corvallis, dropping a very close 196.550-196.525 decision to the Beavs.