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New installments of “Pac-12 Unlocked,” featuring Arizona’s Adia Barnes and Trevor Volpe, are available now to all fans on and the Pac-12 Now app

Jul 28, 2020
Rebecca Sasnett
“Pac-12 Unlocked” gives fans an exclusive, inside look into the daily lives of student-athletes, coaches and leaders from around the Pac-12, all summer long
SAN FRANCISCO - Pac-12 Networks continues to take fans into the daily lives of Pac-12 student-athletes, coaches and leaders during the COVID-19 pandemic with new episodes of “Pac-12 Unlocked,” available now to all fans on and the Pac-12 Now app.
Pac-12 Unlocked” features exclusive video content filmed by the participants themselves as they adjust to a new version of daily life during the pandemic. Arizona women’s basketball head coach Adia Barnes talks about how she recruits and coaches virtually this offseason. Barnes also takes fans into her home, and shares how she balances work with family while preparing for the birth of her daughter.
Wildcat fans can also catch up with track and field sprinter Trevor Volpe, who shows how he’s stayed active and in shape while battling back from injury during the pandemic. Volpe also introduces his family, including his dad, Jon, who played football and ran track at Stanford.
Earlier this month, fans got to know Washington State football’s Renard Bell, California football’s Camryn Bynum, USC team dentist Dr. Lawrence Fung, Colorado women’s basketball player Zuzanna Kulinska, UCLA women’s basketball’s Charisma Osborne, Oregon women’s basketball incoming freshman Te-Hina Paopao and former Oregon State women’s basketball star Mikayla Pivec.
Future episodes will also include notable student-athletes, coaches and administrators from around the Conference of Champions, such as Arizona State hockey’s Johnny Walker, USC football’s Kedon Slovis, Utah women’s gymnastics’ MyKalya Skinner, and Washington softball’s Taryn Atlee.
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    • Episodes will be available on, the Pac-12 Now app, and previews of each episode can be viewed on the Pac-12’s social media channels, including Twitter, Instagram and Facebook
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