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  • UCLA, USC open play Thursday in Pac-12 women's basketball tournament

    UCLA, USC open play Thursday in Pac-12 women's basketball tournament
    The playground in Pac-12 Conference women's basketball has long belonged to Stanford. But not this season. For the first time, the Cardinal isn't entering the conference tournament as regular-season champion. Stanford had won or shared every...
  • UCLA players remain optimistic about chances of making NCAA tournament

    UCLA players remain optimistic about chances of making NCAA tournament
    Norman Powell knows his days at UCLA could be numbered. The Bruins' NCAA tournament chances are uncertain. Powell, the team's only senior in the regular rotation, will play his final two games at Pauley Pavilion on Sunday and Wednesday, against...
  • College Update: Rodriguez shines in first CSUN start

    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Angel Rodriguez (Glendale Community College, 2014) Cal State Northridge baseball junior: An ace with the Glendale Community College staff and a junior college All-American, the right-...
  • It's bad news all around for the Trojans

    It's bad news all around for the Trojans
    USC has lost in many different ways in this nightmare of a basketball season. There have been blowouts and a string of close losses. Recently, there have been suspensions and fights. There have been low points and even lower points, but perhaps no night...
  • At Arizona State, Miley Cyrus impersonators, clowns and missed free throws

    At Arizona State, Miley Cyrus impersonators, clowns and missed free throws
    Swim caps peek out from behind a door a short jog away from the basketball court. It’s nearly showtime, and three synchronized swimmers, young men wearing only trunks and fake beards, await their cue. When called, they are to scramble to a spot...
  • Short-handed USC loses a close one to Arizona State, 64-59

    Short-handed USC loses a close one to Arizona State, 64-59
    For about 35 minutes against Arizona State on Sunday, USC, again, had played well enough to win. The Trojans, who were missing four players, held the Sun Devils under 33% shooting. They received a career-best performance from Kahlil Dukes. In the second...
  • Boys' basketball: Milan Acquaah of Cathedral commits to Washington State

    Junior guard Milan Acquaah of L.A. Cathedral has committed to Washington State. He becomes the third player on Cathedral to commit to a Pac-12 school. Junior Lucas Siewert has committed to Arizona State and junior Kobe Paras is committed to UCLA....
  • Cubs among several teams represented at TCU-ASU game

    Cubs among several teams represented at TCU-ASU game
    MESA, Ariz. -- As one National League scout best described it, there was "plenty of heat'' at Friday night's Texas Christian-Arizona State game at  Phoenix Municipal Stadium. Jason McLeod, the Chicago Cubs' senior vice president of scouting and player...
  • UCLA falls, 68-66, in seesaw battle with Arizona State

    UCLA falls, 68-66, in seesaw battle with Arizona State
    The lead was passed back and forth Wednesday, from Arizona State to UCLA and back again. Seventeen times the game swung, and each time the Bruins knew their season swung with it. The Bruins knew it because they had discussed the importance of this trip,...
  • Football: Lineman Nathan Smith of Murrieta Mesa keeps picking up offers

    It's a dead period for college football recruiting, but lots of schools are keeping track of offensive lineman Nathan Smith of Murrieta Mesa. The 6-foot-7, 275-pound senior-to-be keeps picking up scholarship offers. UCLA, Oregon, Washington State,...
  • State colleges strong at first day of Virginia Duals

    HAMPTON — The 35th Virginia Duals started Friday at Hampton Coliseum, and several local high school and college teams showed off their wrestling skills against some of the best teams in the nation. In all, grapplers from three high school and two...