Roundup: Cal hoops coach Lindsay Gottlieb gives birth to baby boy

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Cal women’s basketball coach Lindsay Gottlieb gave birth to a baby boy on Sunday. Congrats to Gottlieb and her fiancé Patrick Martin! The boy’s name is Jordan Peter.


Former Washington men's basketball star and NBA coach George Irvine died of cancer at the age of 69, reports Adam Jude of the Seattle Times. He was a head coach for the Indiana Pacers and Detroit Pistons and was a two-time all-Pac-8 selection at U-Dub.


Nathan Fenno of the Los Angeles Times goes inside the plans for renovations to the Coliseum, which are supposed to be completed in 2019. USC has raised $225 million for the $270-million project, according to the article.

Oregon State

Oregon State baseball is the consensus No. 1 team in the country for the seventh straight week after sweeping Cal over the weekend. Danny Moran gives us more info in the link.


Matt Norlander of CBS Sports takes us behind former Colorado basketball stud Derrick White’s rise from D-II player to NBA Draft prospect. White did not have a single D-I offer coming out of high school but was a monster in his lone year with the Buffs.


Arizona outfielder Cal Stevenson was named Pac-12 Baseball Player of the Week after going 8 for 14 with a homer and six RBI over the previous week.


Stanford women’s golf is in second in the NCAA Albuquerque Regional after 18 holes, three shots behind Pepperdine heading into Tuesday’s round. Top six make it to the NCAA Championships next week.


Dirk Facer of the Deseret News tells us that Utah football is adapting to no longer being able to have two-a-days in fall camp after the NCAA passed the rule change in April. Kyle Whittingham says he was a fan of two-a-days, so it’ll be an adjustment for the Utes.


Graham Hays of espnW breaks down Oregon softball’s sweep of Florida State in Eugene over the weekend. Huge weekend for the Ducks in taking all three from the second-ranked 'Noles.

Washington State

Another from-over-the-weekend story, as Washington State’s Alissa Brooks-Johnson won her second Pac-12 heptathlon title Sunday in Corvallis, scoring a season-high 5,638 points to best Oregon State’s Kara Hallock (second place at 5,551).

Arizona State

Roundup sub and all-around legit reporter Kevin Zimmerman writes about the potential for an Arizona State men’s basketball breakout in the 2018-19 season (Arizona Sports). You might have to wait one more year, 942 Crew.


Some of you may be happy to know that Russell Westbrook is back on speaking terms with Kevin Durant, according to former Oklahoma City Thunder teammate Kendrick Perkins (Yahoo! Sports).

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