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Roundup: Alex Morgan scores twice for USWNT in win over Mexico

Apr 6, 2018
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Former Cal soccer star Alex Morgan scored two goals to lead the U.S. Women’s National Team to a 4-1 win over Mexico in a friendly Thursday night (Stars and Stripes FC).


Sam Darnold flew back to Los Angeles from Ohio to throw at Ronald Jones’ and Deontay Burnett’s pro day at USC, and Frank Schwab of Yahoo Sports believes this will paint Darnold in a positive light to NFL scouts.


Jay Hart of Yahoo Sports writes that Tiger Woods’ first round at the Masters was a mixed bag. Woods shot 1-over on Thursday and enters the second round seven strokes back of the leader, Jordan Spieth.

Arizona State

Some Arizona State football players tell Doug Haller and The Arizona Republic that they aren’t upset about Herm Edwards’ threat to cut players from the roster if they don’t perform up to snuff.

Oregon State

Gary Horowitz of the Statesman Journal writes that head coach Jonathan Smith is bringing hope to the Oregon State football program.


As the Red Rocks get ready to host NCAA Regionals, Trent Wood of the Deseret News features Utah gymnast MyKayla Skinner, a 13-time All-American and five-time Pac-12 champion.


Graham Hays of ESPN takes a closer look at the Oregon-Arizona softball series. ‘Twill be a clash of top-10 teams in Eugene this weekend.


Michael Lev takes a look at Arizona baseball’s big weekend series against Oregon State in Tucson beginning Friday night.

Washington State

Larry Stone of CBS Local Sports gets us up close and personal with Washington State defensive lineman Hercules Mata’afa as part of CBS Local Sports’ “My Life As” series. Mata’afa is getting ready for the NFL Draft.


Mike Jones of USA TODAY Sports gives his opinion on Jim Mora’s labeling of Josh Rosen as a Millenial. This talk has been all the rage recently.


Ryan S. Clark of The News Tribune gives us a Washington offensive line outlook.


Likewise, Brian Howell tells us how the Colorado football offensive line is looking.