Tour de France star Bradley Wiggins and some of cycling's other big names have entered the Amgen Tour of California, race organizers announced Monday.

The field of 128 cyclists features 10 world champions and three of the world's top 10-ranked riders. The 720-mile race starts Sunday in Sacramento and ends eight days later in Thousand Oaks.

Joining Wiggins are Omega Pharma—Quick-Step's Mark Cavendish and Cannondale's Peter Sagan, who holds the record for the most California stage victories at 10.

Wiggins, the first cyclist to win an Olympic gold medal and the Tour de France in the same year (2012), is one of the race favorites while leading powerful Team Sky. Cavendish, who has 25 Tour de France stage victories, is expected to challenge Sagan in the sprint stages.

Earthquakes

Earthquakes defender Victor Bernardez was called to Honduras' World Cup camp and is expected to be Los Catrachos starting center back in Brazil.

Bernardez, 31, is available for the Quakes' two-game homestand starting Wednesday night against the Colorado Rapids at Buck Shaw Stadium. After that, he will be on national team duty probably until Honduras is eliminated from the World Cup.

College

Georgetown sophomore Stephen Domingo announced he will return home to the Bay Area and continue his basketball career at Cal.

Domingo, who starred at St. Ignatius High in San Francisco, totaled 29 points in 39 games over two seasons at Georgetown. Scout.com rated Domingo as a four-star (out of five) prospect his senior year in high school.

The 6-foot-6 wing, who must sit out next season as a transfer, said he is excited to play for new Cal coach Cuonzo Martin.

"Georgetown was just not the right basketball opportunity for me," Domingo said in a phone interview. "I'm going forward, and Cal will be a place I can flourish and show what I can do."

Domingo is the second player Martin has added to the Cal roster since being hired last month. A week ago, he signed incoming freshman Kingsley Okoroh, a 7-1 center from England.

  • Cal's Brandon Hagy was named the recipient of the Byron Nelson Award, given annually to a graduating senior who excels not only on the golf course but also in the classroom and community.

    Ranked among the top 10 in both the World Amateur Rankings and Golfstat's individual rankings, Hagy has won four times during his career with the Golden Bears. He will represent the United States at this year's Palmer Cup. He is the first Cal player to win the award. Teammate Joel Stalter also was a finalist.

  • Stanford and Cal received top seedings for regional play in the NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championships. The Cardinal is the top seed for the Eugene, Oregon, regional at the par-70, 6,990-yard Eugene Country Club, one of six 54-hole regional tournaments that will take place May 15-17.

    The Bears will be the No. 1 seed at Sugar Grove Regional hosted by Northern Illinois at the par-72, 7151-yard Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove, Illinois.

    San Jose State's Cody Blick (Danville) was invited as an individual to compete in the Eugene regional.

  • Stanford junior Aisling Cuffe was named USTFCCCA National Women's Track and Field Athlete of the Week after her performance in the 5,000 meters Sunday night at the Payton Jordan Cardinal Invitational. Cuffe clocked 15 minutes, 11.13 seconds, to become the third-fastest collegian of all-time and No. 2 ever among American collegians. She shattered her personal record by more than 42 seconds.

    Synchronized swimming

    Five Bay Area swimmers were named to the 10-woman U.S. junior national team for synchronized swimming after trials in Pleasant Hill and Lafayette last weekend. Three represent the Santa Clara Aquamaids: Claire Barton of Los Gatos, Isabel Malcolmson of San Jose and Karensa Tjoa of San Jose. From the Walnut Creek Aquanuts: Gillian Brassil of Moraga and Sandra Ortellado of Walnut Creek. Amanda Urke of Aquamaids was named the replacement swimmer.

    Staff writer Jeff Faraudo and wire services contributed to this report.