Alex Boone, the 49ers' starting right guard since 2012, may skip voluntary offseason workouts in search of a new contract, ESPN first reported.

Boone has two years remaining on a contract he signed in December 2011, when he was primarily an extra blocker on short-yardage plays and on special teams.

The 49ers, who began offseason training activities Monday, have several starters entering the final seasons of their respective contracts: quarterback Colin Kaepernick, wide receiver Michael Crabtree and left guard Mike Iupati.

Boone has been with the 49ers since going undrafted out of Ohio State in 2009. He's scheduled to make $2 million in base salary this season, $1.2 million in 2015.

The 49ers offensive line returns mostly intact aside from center Jonathan Goodwin's exit as a free agent. Daniel Kilgore, Adam Snyder and Joe Looney are top reserves and all are capable of playing guard.

Earlier this month, the 49ers used third-round draft picks on USC center Marcus Martin, who said he's also learning both guard positions, and Clemson's Brandon Thomas, who'll likely miss his rookie season recovering from April knee surgery.

Of the 49ers' 12 draft picks, Martin is the only one unsigned. Wide receiver Bruce Ellington, a fourth-round selection, signed his four-year contract Tuesday.

College


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Cal seniors Brandon Hagy and Joel Stalter were named Division I First-Team All-Americans by the Golf Coaches Association of America. Both were named to the GCAA's First-Team All-American team for the first time in their career after being second-team selections in 2012-13.

  • The Cal women's tennis program finished 10th and the men's team was 16th in the last ITA poll of the season. The Bears women's team (20-5) reached the NCAA championship round of 16, won the Pac-12 title and produced the NCAA singles runner-up in sophomore Lynn Chi.

    The men's team ended with a 17-8 record, including a 4-3 mark and a fourth-place finish in the Pac-12. The Bears reached the round of 16 in the NCAA championship, ending with a 4-1 loss to ninth-seeded Texas.

    Basketball

    Salesian High senior and Louisville signee Mariya Moore was selected to the USA basketball under-18 women's national team and will compete at the FIBA Americas tournament in August.

    Miramonte sophomore Sabrina Ionescu was named to the under-17 team as an alternate.

    Staff writer Stephanie Hammon contributed to this report.