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April 7, 2010
"They took the bull by the horns in the postseason and said 'we're going to make the most of it'."
- California head women's hoop coach Joanna Boyle after the Bears won the WNIT championship over Miami [Ohio] last week.
Hoop season is over at the Creek but baseball season is just beginning conference play and four teams are in the top 25 in the pseudo-RPI's while seven are in the Top 20 of the women's rowing national poll.
Meanwhile, at NCAA HQ, there is ongoing consideration for expanding the men's basketball championship tournament to 68 or 96 teams. The official deadline to opt out of their current television contract with CBS is July 31.
In women's hoop, the Bears defeated Miami [Ohio] in the WNIT championship game.
In track and field, junior Marissa Tschida broke the school record in the women's javelin while junior
In baseball, Wazzu won one game from rival Washington but lost two others as well as a game to BYU to drop to 15-10 overall with an RPI of 64.
In tennis, the Cougars lost to Oregon to fall to improve to 9-11 overall and 1-4 in Pac-10 play.
In rowing, Wazzu is ranked 14th in the latest national poll.
In men's golf, the Cougars finished 14th at the Thunderbird Invitational.
In women's hoop, the Huskies fired assistant coach Judy Spoelstra.
In men's tennis, senior Jason McNaughton was named as the conference's player of the week.
In men's hoop, freshman guard Demetrius Walker has asked for his release from the team.
In baseball, the Beavers defeated Portland to improve to 19-6 overall.
In men's hoop, sophomore forward D.J. Shumpert has elected to transfer from the program.
In administration, state officials continue to investigate the resignation and $2.3 million buyout package for former athletic director Mike Bellotti.
In women's hoop, the Cardinal lost to Connecticut in the NCAA title game.
In men's hoop, freshman guard Brendan Lane is expected to miss five months after ankle surgery and forward Mike Moser is transferring.
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