Roundup: Russell Westbrook ties NBA season triple-double record

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Russell Westbrook tied Oscar Robertson’s record of 41 triple-doubles in a season in the Oklahoma City Thunder’s 110-79 win over the Milwaukee Bucks Tuesday night, going for 12 points, 13 rebounds and 13 assists. Dude has a streak of seven straight triple-doubles going now; just crazy.


Stanford baseball coach Mark Marquess won his 1,600th career game Tuesday, fittingly against Cal, in an 8-4 triumph for the Cardinal over the Golden Bears. Per the school recap, Marquess is the fourth head coach in NCAA DI history to reach 1,600 career wins and the third to do it all at one school.


New Washington men’s basketball head coach Mike Hopkins has hired Dave Rice as an assistant coach, and Rice will join Will Conroy and Cameron Dollar on the Dawgs’ staff. Rice was formerly the head coach at UNLV.

Oregon State

Oregon State baseball has won 20 in a row after defeating Portland 4-3, and Danny Moran has the recap. This streak ties Missouri for the longest streak in college baseball this year.


Now that the season is over and his collegiate eligibility is exhausted, Arizona men’s basketball senior Kadeem Allen signed with Lil Wayne’s agency, Young Money APAA Sports & Entertainment. It’s Young Moola, baby!


Andrew Greif tells us that Oregon football will open three spring workouts to the fans in addition to the spring game April 29 at Autzen.


USC’s Kelly Claes and Sara Hughes were named Pac-12 Beach Volleyball Pair of the Week as the two went 8-0 to extend their winning streak to 99 matches (as you might expect, that’s a record).

Arizona State

ASU Now gives us a write-up of what went down at the NCAA symposium at Arizona State’s downtown Phoenix campus, timed in conjunction with the Final Four.


Melissa Yack of the Deseret News takes a look at Utah gymnastics’ draw at the NCAA Championships, needing to match wits with Oklahoma, UCLA, Denver, Washington and Oregon State.


Mike Lefkow of the Bay Area News Group looks at how new Cal football coach Justin Wilcox is doing on the Bay Area recruiting trail. The Golden Bears have a handful of early commits from the Bay.

Washington State

Jeff Collier of Coug Center goes in on the receiver position battle at Washington State spring practice. There are big shoes to fill at that position with Gabe Marks and River Cracraft gone.


David Lombardi looks at the best defensive players for the Colorado football team at each level of the defense.

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