Roundup: Former Colorado coach Ceal Barry a finalist for Women's Basketball Hall of Fame
Former head coach Ceal Barry, who now works for CU as a senior associate athletic director, was named one of 10 finalists for the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame on Thursday. She spent 22 seasons in Boulder and posted a 510-284 record in 26 total Division I seasons.
The Corvallis Gazette-Times' Steve Gress draws parallels between this year's Oregon State women's hoops team and the 2013-14 season. In the story, head coach Scott Rueck also says both teams have the same resolve.
Maite Cazorla, Oregon women's basketball's junior guard from Spain, is the Ducks' "rock" on the court, The Oregonian's Andrew Greif writes.
CalBears.com has a fun feature on Mikayla Cowling's family legacy in Berkeley. All told, the Cowling family legacy has spanned more than 35 years in that community.
WSU Athletics earned a No. 24 ranking in the Learfield Director's Cup fall standings released this week. It marks the athletic departments's highest fall mark since 2002.
Bleacher Report's C.J. Moore did a dive into ASU men's hoops guard Tra Holder and his ascent to standout status nationally.
Aaron Holiday was one of four Pac-12 athletes named to the Wooden Award midseason top-25 men's watch list, Thuc Nhi Nguyen reports.
De'Anthony Melton will not compete for USC men's hoops this season, the school announced Thursday.
Adam Jude writes that Washington football's defense, already tops in the Pac-12, could be even better in 2018. The Huskies return nine starters.
Allonzo Trier scored 21 points and the Wildcats outscored Oregon State in the second half, 41-31, on Thursday. Catch the Pac-12 Networks video recap.
Cardinal football head coach David Shaw announced the additions of Bobby Kennedy (wide receivers) and Kevin Carberry (offensive line and running game coordinator) to his staff. Lance Anderson also earned a promotion to associate head coach.
Utes starting cornerback Casey Hughes announced his intent to transfer this week. Lynn Worthy has the story.