Roundup: Oregon men's golf returns to defend NCAA crown
The Reigning NCAA men's golf champs punched their ticket to the final round at the Rich Harvest Farms Golf Club, with Wyndham Clark leading the way for the Ducks.
USC's head women's rowing coach Zenon Babraj is resigning after 15 seasons with the Trojans.
The Sun Devils added an impressive resume to their athletic department, hiring former United States commanding officer Natesh Rao as Senior Associate Athletics Director. Learn more about his impressive career in this article from TheSunDevils.com.
Excited to welcome Senior Associate Athletics Director Natesh Rao to our team. #GoDevils
— Sun Devil Athletics (@TheSunDevils) May 17, 2017
Cal baseball is gearing up to face TCU in Berkeley starting Thursday night in its final home series of the regular season.
Ricky O'Donnell of SB Nation writes that it should be a no-brainer for the Celtics to take Markelle Fultz as the No. 1 overall NBA Draft pick. He's a guy they can build around in Boston.
The Bruins will induct yet another stellar class into their UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame on October 20, and will honor all nine inductees at halftime of the UCLA-Oregon football game on Oct. 21.
The second-seeded Wildcats begin their quest to the Women's College World Series on Friday night. Arizona will host the Tucson Regional all weekend.
After an impressive season, three Buffs - Sarah Brown, Darby Kiernan, and Paige Soenksen - earned 2017 Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association All-American Honors.
Beaver baseball has been No. 1 in the nation for eight straight weeks, due in large part to their stellar pitching. Luke Heimlich and Jake Thompson were named semifinalists for the Dick Howser Trophy after combining to go 19-1 for OSU so far this season.
The Cardinal are getting their big man back. Reid Travis was granted an extra year of NCAA eligibility after missing the last 22 games of last season due to a leg injury.
Utah softball joins Arizona (and six other Pac-12 teams) in postseason play this weekend. The Utes will host a regional for the first time in program history starting on Thursday night.
— Utah Athletics (@utahathletics) May 18, 2017
After finishing fourth at the Pac-12 Rowing Championships, No. 14 Washington State women's rowing has earned a selection to the NCAA Championships for the fifth-straight year.
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