Roundup: Katie Ledecky collects Honda Sport Award for swimming
Stanford freshman and Olympic gold medalist Katie Ledecky was named the Honda Sport Award winner for swimming and diving, it was announced Monday (Swimming World).
Mike Guardabascio of the Press-Telegram produced this feature on Cal softball player Alleah Laxamana getting the Pac-12 to unite around her father’s battle with cancer by teams wearing something lime green.
Mark J. Burns of Sport Techie has this follow-up story on Utah’s varsity esports program.
Graham Hays of espnW gives us the skinny on Arizona softball player Katiyana Mauga’s home-run surge, blasting four round-trippers against Stanford over the weekend to get to 83 for her career (tied for seventh in NCAA history, mind you).
Jeff Borzello of ESPN reports that UCLA basketball players Aaron Holiday and Thomas Welsh are entering the NBA Draft but are not hiring agents. Thus, the two can still return to school.
USC women’s water polo center Brigitta Games’ back-handed goal is your Opus Bank #12Best Play of the Week. The Trojans snapped a 52-game winning streak in the 12-8 loss to Stanford, but that was nice.
Oregon State baseball southpaw Jake Mulholland was named Pac-12 Pitcher of the Week after going 2-0 with 1.68 ERA and one save in a 4-0 week for the Beavs. Oregon State has won 23 in a row now and can tie the Pac-12 record set by Arizona State in 2010 by beating Gonzaga Tuesday.
David Lombardi breaks down Washington football’s three best offensive skill-position players – QB Jake Browning, RB Myles Gaskin and WR Dante Pettis.
Arizona State men’s basketball announced the Bobby Hurley basketball camp dates. For kids, basketball camps are fun. For the people who work, it's a grind (trust me, I know).
BuffZone.com features Colorado men’s basketball player Namon Wright. The Mizzou transfer is getting right after being hurt much of the year.
Geoffrey C. Arnold of The Oregonian/OregonLive lets us know that former Oregon defensive lineman Dion Jordan will sign with the Seattle Seahawks. The former No. 3 pick was cut by the Miami Dolphins last week.
Washington State men’s basketball head coach Ernie Kent hired Ed Haskins as an assistant coach.