Oakland Tech/Cal/Celtics great: "Being selected to the Hall of Fame is truly a dream come true."
by: Michael Lev, Arizona Daily Star — The Arizona Republic 20 May
Donta Williams’ single and an ASU error gave Arizona a 10-9, series-clinching victory Saturday night in front of 6,165 mostly giddy fans on Saturday.
by: Leo Xie — The Daily Californian: Bear Bytes 20 May
These unsurprising NBA playoffs still overshadow the more unpredictable and electrifying Stanley Cup playoffs of the NHL.
by: Nik Jam — SB Nation: California Golden Blogs 20 May
Don’t forget that Cal women’s basketball players are beginning their pro play this week as the WNBA season started.
by: N/A — NCAA: Northwestern Athletics 20 May
ATHENS, Ga. – Adversity? Throw it the #B1GCats way. In what has become a theme for the season, Northwestern fought through it Saturday night in an NCAA Athens Regional elimination game with yet another seventh-inning comeback to defeat Cal, 4-3, and...
by: Ruey Yen — SB Nation: California Golden Blogs 19 May
Bears need to win, survive, repeat twice on Saturday
by: N/A — Journal & Courier 18 May
Backfield coach Chuck Mather and a "veteran" of one year, and Johnny Morris, left, try to help Pete Johnson, right, a rookie to gain a stronger grip on the ball when he's running. Both Johnson and Morris are halfbacks. Photo taken Aug. 11, 1959.
Golden Medals: Rugby 7s opens National 7s play today; Men & Women crew took 2nd at Pac-12 last weekend
by: Ruey Yen — SB Nation: California Golden Blogs 18 May
Barring a surprise deep run by Cal Softball, the three best chances for a 2017-18 team national championships are these next three weekends: rugby 7s this weekend, women’s crew next week, men’s crew in 2 weeks
by: Lawrence Zhao — The Daily Californian: Bear Bytes 18 May
The Warriors have set the standard for basketball greatness. What basketball fans don’t know is that they are looking to extend that greatness into esports.
by: Bob.Hille@performgroup.com (Bob Hille) — Sporting News 18 May
Former basketball player Layshia Clarendon, now in the WNBA, filed suit against Cal, triggering an investigation of Mohamed Muqtar.
by: Rusty Simmons — SF Gate 18 May
For most of the Cal softball players, Wednesday's agenda started at 2 a.m. - a wake-up call that allowed them to get to campus by 3:30, jump on a 6:20 flight to Atlanta and ride a bus through traffic for nearly two hours on the way to Athens, Ga. "I didn'