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“Mike believes all of the schools have their strong points in regards what can separate themselves from the others. His personal relationship with Nigel Williams-Goss at UW, the chance to play a national schedule at Gonzaga and the chance to play at home with Oregon. So, this is going to be a very difficult decision for Mike to make.”

“MSU is trying to put together a doubleheader to be played Dec. 7 at Spokane Arena in Spokane, Wash., featuring the four programs that are tied to Jud Heathcote, Hollis said today. MSU would play Gonzaga in one of the games, and Montana and Washington State would play in the other.”


“BYU looked every bit like the tournament favorite in a dominating straight-set victory over Penn State in the NCAA semifinals at Pauley Pavilion on the campus of UCLA on Thursday night.”

“BYU, 22-17 overall and 8-7 in the WCC, faces Loyola Marymount, 21-23 and 9-9, in a three-game series starting Thursday that could determine the Cougars’ qualifying for the WCC tournament the end of this month.”

Santa Clara

“Santa Clara women’s water polo fell short of making a trip to the NCAA Tournament, finishing third in the Western Water Polo Association’s conference tournament.”

“Things did not come as easily for No. 1 Duke against Santa Clara as the team expected, which set the stage for Seth Curry to have one of his most memorable games as a Blue Devil.”


“Coming off a successful road trip, theUniversity of San Francisco Diamond Dons (26-19,11-7 WCC) beat the San Jose State Spartans, 4-2 in a Bay Area match up Tuesday at Benedetti Diamond.”


“Pepperdine scored five runs in the first two innings and Cal Poly couldn’t recover as the 24th ranked Mustangs lost at Pepperdine 5-3 in a non-conference game on Wednesday.”

“Pepperdine won the firstAmerican Volleyball Coaches Association Collegiate Sand Volleyball National Championship Tournament last year. The Waves would like to make history again by winning the second one this weekend in Gulf Shores.”


“Sam’s Slam The top five LMU sports moments of 2012-13″

“LMU announced the signing of Jackson, a 6-2 guard from Ardmore, Okla. who attended Kingdom Christian Academy in Georgia this year, on Wednesday afternoon and from a talent standpoint the Lions are getting a steal.”


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