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Catch episode 4 of "Between the Lanes" as theGolden Bears gear up for Winter Nationals.
Cal senior middle blocker Lillian Schonewise was named to the All-Pac-12 Team on Tuesday, the conference office announced.
Schonewise finished the regular season ranked sixth in the Pac-12 with a .374 hitting percentage. She was even better in conference matches, ranking fourth with a .385 clip.
Schonewise ranked second among Pac-12 middle blockers at 3.12 kills per set. Her 657 total attacks were the most among any Pac-12 player ranked in the top-10 in hitting percentage.
- Former Cal football players Andre Carter, Tony Gonzalez and Ed White were named to the Pac-12 All-Century Football Team revealed Tuesday night on the Pac-12 Networks television show Pac-12 All-Century: Football Team. Gonzalez was named the starter of Pac-12 All-Century team at tight end, while the Cal trio was among 50 players selected for the team from a pool of 125 chosen by an expert panel of former players, coaches and media members.
- National honors candidate Jared Goff and Kenny Lawler both earned first-team All-Pac-12 selections for the first time Tuesday when the conference announced the to the 2015 All-Pac-12 Football Team. A total of eight Cal players were recognized with six others including senior Stephen Anderson, Chris Borrayo, Kyle Kragen, Stefan McClure, Hardy Nickerson and Bryce Treggs picking up honorable mention honors.
National Football League
ENGLEWOOD - Neither snow nor cold nor New England Patriot could stop Denver Broncos running back C.J. Anderson on Sunday night.
After his walk-off, 48-yard touchdown run in overtime gave the Broncos a thrilling 30-24 victory against the then-unbeaten Patriots and amassing 153 yards overall rushing and receiving, Anderson was named the AFC's Offensive Player of the Week.
"I was just honored," Anderson said at his locker Wednesday. "It's a blessing. I'm proud about it and happy about it. It's not something where you're just, 'Hey, I'm going to try to go get it.' I just went out there and did my job. It feels good."
As far as just flat-out making throws, Aaron Rodgers is about as good as it's ever gotten in the history of the NFL. And I always thought I could make any throw that there is on the field.
BERKELEY - Tyrone Wallace scored 14 of his 17 points in the second half and California shook off a sloppy start to beat Seattle 66-52 on Tuesday night.
Trailing 44-41 with nine minutes left, Wallace started a 12-0 run with a thunderous dunk following a steal by Ivan Rabb and later added a pair of fast-break layups.
Jordan Mathews' 3-point play extended Cal's lead to 51-44 before Wallace added two more free throws and another layup.
Jaylen Brown added 11 points and seven rebounds while Mathews had 12 points for the Golden Bears (5-2), who bounced back after falling out of the Top 25 following back-to-back losses to San Diego State and Richmond last week.