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May 12, 2010
"These student athletes have shown a dedication to their sport and their academics and this award honors those achievements."
- Pac-10 commissioner Larry Scott after the 2010 winter scholar-athletes of the year were announced.
Spring at the Creek continues to be a good time of the year for the Pac-10 in 2010 as the conference currently has the nation's top-ranked teams in women's rowing, softball and women's water polo
The conference's scholar-athletes of the year for winter were announced.
The updated 2008-09 Director's Cup standings were released and 15-time defending champ Stanford, once again, continues their dominance during the run at their 16th consecutive title while four Pac-10 teams were in the Top 25.
Meanwhile, at NCAA HQ, the Stanford Cardinal captured the 2010 NCAA title in men's volleyball with their victory over Penn State.
In football, quarterback Peter Lalich was arrested and jailed in connection with a DUI case in northern California.
In track and field, Wazzu heptathletes Angela Jensen and Jasmine Johnson-McKeown and decathlete Kyle Schauble all scored points for the Cougars in the Pac-10 Combined Events Championships in Berkeley last week.
In baseball, Wazzu swept California to improve to 25-17 overall and 9-9 in conference play with an RPI of 47.
In men's golf, senior Kevin Tucker was invited to the NCAA Regionals as an individual and seeded eighth.
In football, Wazzu signed JC defensive lineman Steven Hoffart for the 2010 season.
In football, senior defensive lineman Christian Tupou is expected to miss the 2010 season due to a knee injury.
In men's hoop, Oregon hired assistant coach Brian Fish.
In women's hoop, redshirt junior guard JJ Hones was dismissed from the team for a reported team rules violation.
In football, Husky football player Andru Pulu was sentenced to six months in jail for his role in a campus fight in March.
In men's hoop, Ryan Reynolds was promoted to director of basketball operations.
In baseball, freshman outfielder Beau Amaral was named as the conference's player of the week.
In football, California will play their 2011 home games at AT&T Park while Memorial Stadium is being renovated.
In football, John Wrenn was named as the director of football operations for the Sun Devils.
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