The late edition of the morning papers...
- As we mentioned in the spring coverage post, bring your radios or earpieces to the game Saturday to listen to ESPN 710 as they broadcast from the Coliseum from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.. Mark Willard will host his show from 9 to Noon at the Coliseum and then join Pete Arbogast and Harvey Hyde for the game broadcast. They will call the game amongst the fans atop the lower tunnel in section 7.
- After two big wins to close the regular season, USC men's volley star Tony Ciarelli was honored as the AVCA National Player of the Week.
- Click to download ESPN Radio's latest USC scholar athlete honoree women's water polo player Joelle Bekhazi.
KSPN 041511 60 USC SCHOLAR ATHLETE.mp3
- The Ventura County Star profiled Peter Daland as the swim legend celebrated his 90th birthday.
- We celebrate our own this week as the athletic department was given two awards. Football video coordinator Eric Espinoza was named the Collegiate Sports Video Association's Pac-10 Video Coordinator of the Year.
PAC-10 VC - Eric Espinoza.pdf
- Also, the sports information department was named in the "Super 11" by the Football Writers Association of America.
- Women's rower Laura Corrales-Diaz Pomatto took first prize for Most Innovative entry at the Undergraduate Symposium for Scholarly and Creative Work.
- Former USC QB Brad Otton is running a pizzeria chain in Las Vegas.
- Gary Klein noted that Matt Barkley has been more vocal this spring.
- Scott Wolf measures Barkley's frustration level with all the spring injuries.
- Michael Lev has some interesting observations on USC football's draft prospects this week.
- Pedro Moura takes a look at what we've learned from spring practice and what's left to be discovered.
- Finally, check out some highlights from USC women's golf Pac-10 championship double yesterday.