Roundup: Chiney Ogwumike to be full-time ESPN analyst while playing in WNBA
This is pretty tight – former Stanford basketball star Chiney Ogwumike will be a full-time analyst for ESPN while still playing in the WNBA with the Connecticut Sun. Good thing she plays for the Sun with ESPN being in Bristol and all (Bleacher Report).
UCLA men’s volleyball defeated Harvard in four sets to advance to the NCAA semifinals. The Bruins will next take on BYU at 7:30 p.m. PT on Thursday night at Pauley Pavilion.
Ryan Thorburn of the Register-Guard writes that Sabrina Ionescu and Oregon women’s basketball have the Final Four on their minds as they do offseason workouts. A nice revisiting of a group of Ducks winning the USA Basketball 3x3 tournament in here as well.
Utah men’s tennis is in the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1997 and will face 14th-seeded Oklahoma in the first round on Friday. The Utes are one of seven Pac-12 men’s tennis teams in the NCAAs.
On the other end of the spectrum, Arizona State women’s tennis is going to the NCAA Tournament for the 31st straight year and will take on Wake Forest in Athens, Georgia, in the first round.
Cal baseball beat BYU 1-0 Tuesday night in Berkeley thanks to a walk-off hit by Max Flower (Pac-12 Networks recap).
Meanwhile, Oregon State baseball got past Oregon 4-3 Tuesday in Eugene, improving to 4-0 against the Ducks this season. Our very own Rich Burk and Donnie Marbut break it down for us.
Nothing like pre-preseason hype – Washington football is No. 4 in USA Today’s post-spring rankings, Adam Jude notes. Only Clemson, Alabama and Wisconsin are above the Dawgs in this poll.
Former Washington State quarterback Luke Falk met with the media in Nashville, where of course he is now one of the signal callers for the Tennessee Titans (CougCenter).
Let’s peek ahead to next year and see some potential Colorado football 2019 NFL Draft hopefuls, thanks to Brian Howell.
Joey Kaufman lets us know how USC football looks after spring practice.