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May 23, 2007"I am speechless."
- California head women's tennis coach Jan Brogan, after the Bears upset second-ranked Georgia to become one of three Pac-10 squads in the Final Four of the NCAA women't tennis championship tournament.
Subtle conference domination continued at the Creek as three of the Final Four in the women's tennis championship were Pac-10 teams and three more Pac-10 teams in softball advanced to the Super Regionals in the NCAA playoffs.
Meanwhile, at NCAA HQ, members of the Oversight and Monitoring Group met this week to begin the process of streamlining the financial procedures of collegiate athletics. Arizona president emeritus Peter Likins, current Pac-10 commissioner Tom Hansen and a member of the Arizona Board of Regents are involved in the group.
In softball, the Sun Devils beat BYU and advanced to the NCAA Super Regional where they will play LSU
Junior pitcher Brian Flores was named as the conference's pitcher of the week in baseball.
The Cardinal received a verbal commitment from offensive lineman David DeCastro.
Former Arkansas quarterback Mitch Mustain officially enrolled at USC while defensive lineman Chris Barrett was ruled academically ineligible and running back Michael Coleman has elected to transfer.
In men's hoop, junior guard Gabe Pruitt decided to forego his final year of eligibility and will sign with an agent for the NBA Draft.
The Wildcats received a verbal commitment from receiver Derick Barkum.
In men's hoop, Arizona snagged an oral commitment from point guard Brandon Jennings.
In men's hoop, director of basketball operatioons Yasir Rosemond was promoted to assistant coach.
In women's hoop, the Ducks signed 6-4 center Ellyce Ironmonger from Australia.
ESPN announced they will make their first GameDay appearance of the season at the September 1 game in Berkeley between California and Tennessee.
In women's hoop, assistant coach Kim Hairston left to become an assistant at Georgia and was replaced by Stanford assistant Charmin Smith.
Oregon State lost to Louisville and Michigan to be eliminated from the NCAA softball playoffs.
Assistant coach Ken Greene was dismissed for conduct issues and running back Derrell Hutsona and defensive back DeWayne Patterson were ruled academically ineligible. Offensive lineman Reed Lesuma signed a letter of intent with Wazzu.
In women's hoop, head coach June Daugherty suffered an apparent heart attack and was in critical condition. Mo Hines was hired as an assistant coach.
The Cougars ended their conference season in baseball with a series win over UCLA to finish 10-14 in conference play and 27-24 overall with a non-conference series against UC-Davis remaining.
The Bruins beat Stanford to advance to the NCAA finals in women's tennis - but lost to Georgia Tech, 4-2.
In softball, Washington beat Georgia to advance to the NCAA Super Regional, where they will face Alabama.
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