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    NEWSLETTERS

    Cal Rugby Wins Title

     

    Cal Bears Snag Rugby Title

    The Golden Bears claimed their 26th title in program history on Saturday, defeating Brigham Young, 21-14 in the 2011 national collegiate championship game.

    Senior flyhalf James Bailes helped lead the Bears to victory, kicking three penalties and a coversion for 11 points.

    Here’s the scoop on Bailes performance and the Bears’ victory.

     

    SJSU Baseball to Open the WAC Tournament Against the Wolf Pack

    The fifth seed Spartans will take on the fourth seed Wolf Pack in the first round of the 2011 WAC Baseball Tournament.

    First pitch is slated for Wednesday at 3:00p.m. at Hohokam Stadium in Mesa, Arizona.

    SJSU has won the last three postseason meetings against Nevada, but the Wolf Pack lead the season series, 3-1.

    Here’s a glance at how the two teams match up.

     


    Stanford’s Own Elite Eight

    Eight student-athletes were named recipients of the Class of 2011 Award of Excellence.

    The award honors seniors that exemplify service, leadership, and dedication to the University.

    Shelly Alexander (women’s gymnastics), Sarah Flynn (lacrosse), Kim Hall (women’s water polo), Kelly Hill (women’s rowing), Grace Luczak (women’s rowing), Austin Quarles (wrestling), Greg Hirshman (men’s tennis), and Corrine Smith (synchronized swimming) were among the 100 chosen for the honor.

    Here’s more on Stanford’s own elite eight.

     

    SCU's Terry Named WCC Player of the Week

    Baseball’s Patrick Terry was named the WCC player of the week for his offensive explosion in his final home series as a Bronco.

    The Senior went 8-12 on the weekend, including a two-run home run and a two-run double in the final two plate appearances of his career.

    The Broncos will round out their season this weekend in Portland.

    By the numbers -  a look at Terry’s impressive weekend and season stats.
     

    Samantha Horn is a producer for NBC Bay Area Sports.