Both Oregon and Stanford women's basketball collected top-10 wins on Tuesday.

Oregon’s 2019 class is from all over the country, from California to Tennessee to Florida. In fact, only one player announced during the wee hours of the Early Signing Period is actually from Oregon.

But that one player is a pretty big one: Patrick Herbert, little brother of the big man on campus, quarterback Justin Herbert.


Stanford running back Bryce Love will not play in the Sun Bowl against Pitt, instead opting to prepare for the NFL Draft. Michael Shapiro of Sports Illustrated has more on the story.


Stanford volleyball's NCAA title marks the eighth national title in program history and extends the Stanford Athletics streak of winning at least one team national title to 43 years.

Get a look at five storylines to follow in the Pac-12 this football early signing period.


Stanford women’s volleyball outside hitter Kathryn Plummer was named espnW Player of the Year for the second year in a row.

Oregon State

The honors keep rolling in, as Oregon State running back Jermar Jefferson was named an ESPN Freshman All-American (first team, no less). He’s also been named a first-team Freshman All-American by The Athletic and 247Sports.

TopDrawerSoccer announced Tuesday it has named Stanford women’s soccer forward Catarina Macario its Player of the Year.

Utah's Megan Huff won Pac-12 Palyer of the Week honor this season. Utah's Dru Gylten was named the Pac-12 women's basketball freshman of the week. Pac-12 women's basketball players of the week for December 10, 2018. 


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