Check out what the trio of Brittany Boyd, Layshia Clarendon and Reshanda Gray are doing in Week 4 of the WNBA Season.
Former Golden Bear Dani Holmqvist won her first career Symetra Tour title after claiming the Island Resort Championship by one stroke at the Sweetgrass Golf Club in Harris, Mich.
National Football League
Major League Baseball
Padres starter Tyson Ross recovered his top form with a six inning two-hit performance against the Diamondbacks. Ross led the Padres to a 4-2 victory against Arizona.
Manchester United v. San Jose Earthquakes
The July 21 match between one of the premier English Premier League sides and the Bay Area's MLS franchise has been moved from California Memorial Stadium to San Jose's Avaya Stadium.
FIFA Women's World Cup
Montreal (AFP) - US striker Alex Morgan described Tuesday's semi-final clash against Germany at the Women's World Cup as "almost like a final."
"It's the number one and the number two team (in the world). It's almost like a final in itself," said 25-year-old Morgan.
"Germany have had a great run in this tournament, we've done pretty good as well and have been continuing to get better and better.
"It's going to be a great game for the fans. We've been watching Germany this tournament a lot knowing that we could well meet them in the semi-final and the day has come, tomorrow, and we'll be ready."
Capping her Cal career with perhaps her greatest honor as a Golden Bear, Missy Franklin received the 2015 Honda Cup as the top female collegiate athlete in the country during a ceremony at the Galen Center Monday night.
Franklin is the second Golden Bear to earn the Honda Cup, joining fellow swimmer and multi-time Olympic medalist Mary T. Meagher, who was honored with the award in 1987.
"I can't even put it into words," Franklin said after she was presented the Cup. "I honestly did not expect this listening to these other women's stories and everything they have done. To be here and to receive such a prestigious honor, I'm so incredibly thankful. I couldn't have dreamt of anything more."