New San Jose State basketball coach Dave Wojcik had four scholarship vacancies when he was hired less than three weeks ago. After Wednesday's start of the spring signing period, Wojcik had six or seven potential spots to fill.

"Who's counting after four ... bottom line is there's a lot of holes," Wojcik said.

The Spartans didn't sign any newcomers Wednesday, but Wojcik promised that will happen soon. The spring signing period ends May 15.

SJSU's website showed six scholarship players on the team roster. Gone since Wojcik's arrival are Alex Brown and Louis Garrett -- by mutual agreement, the coach said. Xavier Jones' name also was absent from the team roster, but Wojcik, who had been an assistant at Boise State, said he believed Jones was still with the program.

  • Cal secured 7-foot Kameron Rooks of Mission Hills High-San Marcos. Rooks had orally committed to Cal on Jan. 1. Rated the nation's No. 22 center prospect by ESPN, Rooks is the son of former Arizona and NBA player Sean Rooks. Cal coach Mike Montgomery said Rooks "has an unlimited future." Rooks joins a strong four-man recruiting class headlined by Jabari Bird of Salesian High.

  • Nikki Owens, Nisa Ontiveros and Taylor Lee limited Santa Clara to just six hits, as the No. 10 Cal softball team (33-8) posted a 5-0 win over the visiting Broncos (6-35).

  • Brittany Sabatini (Livermore High) and Andrea Hazel hit solo homers, leading the Saint Mary's softball team (17-26) to a 5-2 win at No. 15 Stanford (28-13).

  • Saint Mary's won the WCC men's golf championships for the second year in a row. The Gaels posted a 4-over 292 to finish 54 holes at 8-over 872, two shots ahead of USF at Gold Mountain in Bremerton, Wash. Saint Mary's Ben Geyer and Jonathan De Los Reyes (De La Salle High) tied for seventh at 1-over 217.

    Soccer

    The Earthquakes are teaming with You Can Play Project in response to Alan Gordon's anti-gay remark during Sunday's 1-0 loss at Portland. The Denver-based You Can Play is devoted to ensuring equality among athletes of any sexual orientation. Gordon received a three-game suspension Tuesday for his comment to Will Johnson.

  • Goalie Brittany Cameron (Dublin High) was voted the National Women's Soccer League Player of the Week. She secured the league's first win as Sky Blue FC beat the Western New York 1-0 on Sunday. Cameron, currently the Dartmouth coach, had five saves.

    Staff writer Elliott Almond and wire services contributed to this report.