Roundup: Triple crown complete for Oregon women's track & field team
The Oregon women won the NCAA outdoor track & field title Saturday, becoming the first women’s program to win the triple crown after taking home cross country and indoor titles earlier in the season.
Top-seeded Oregon State baseball is on to the College World Series after defeating Vanderbilt 9-2 Saturday night to complete a two-game sweep of the Commodores in Corvallis (The Oregonian/OregonLive).
Jacob Thorpe reports that former North Dakota forward Drick Bernstine has transferred to the Washington State men’s basketball team. As a graduate transfer, he can play immediately. Dude put up 20 points and 15 boards against Arizona in the NCAA tournament last year, so that’s a good sign for the Cougs.
Game 5 of the NBA Finals is Monday night, and Rob Mahoney writes about Kevin Love’s improving defense for the Cleveland Cavaliers. “Love” and “good defense” are not exactly phrases you see in the same sentence, but he did have a six-steal game in this series.
The MLB Draft begins Monday, so check out some highlights from Utah pitcher Riley Ottesen (Pac-12.com).
Nice – former Cal running back Marshawn Lynch led NFLShop.com jersey sales for May, notes Frank Schwab of Yahoo! Sports.
Check out my writeup on Stanford Hall of Famer and Pac-12 Men’s Water Polo Player of the Century Tony Azevedo playing in his farewell game at Stanford with Team USA.
Zack Rosenblatt of the Arizona Daily Star writes about Arizona football’s history of recruiting Hawaiian and Polynesian players, something that picked back up under Rich Rodriguez.
Dan Bickley of The Arizona Republic features new Arizona State offensive coordinator Billy Napier in this link. Really good story here, going into depth on Napier’s father, a high school football coach who has been diagnosed with ALS.
Brian Howell writes that Colorado linebacker Derek McCartney is ready to help the Buffs on the field again after missing the bulk of last year with an ACL tear.
Check out the USA TODAY Sports USC football 2017 season preview courtesy of Paul Myerberg. The Trojans are ranked fifth in the publication’s early top 25.
The folks at CBS Sports break down scouting tape of Markelle Fultz (as well as Duke’s Jayson Tatum).