Natalie Coughlin and Anthony Ervin, Olympic gold medalists in swimming, are among the seven people in the Cal Athletic Hall of Fame's class of 2014.
The others are Grace Upshaw (women's track and field), Tom Beach (men's gymnastics), Sarah Huarte (women's golf), Ray Willsey (football) and Rick Cronk (Service Award).
The induction ceremony is Friday, Oct. 17, at the Greek Orthodox Church Conference Center in Oakland.
Coughlin, of Carondelet High, has won 12 Olympic medals (three golds), a record for U.S. women.
Lafayette's Upshaw had a personal-best long jump of 22 feet, 7 inches at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials to secure her spot on the team for Beijing. Stanford pitcher Cal Quantrill was named Pac-12 Freshman of the Year, and five Cardinal baseball players earned first-team all-conference honors. The five were Quantrill, third baseman Alex Blandino, first baseman Danny Diekroeger, pitcher John Hochstatter and outfielder Austin Slater. Cal's Devon Rodriguez was named first team as D.H. Quantrill is the son of former major league pitcher Paul Quantrill. On Friday, Stanford (30-23) plays Indiana State, and Indiana faces Youngstown State in the NCAA tournament's Bloomington Regional. The Saint Mary's women's basketball team added post players in Lisa Janko and Devon Brookshire, coach Paul Thomas announced. Janko, from Germany, will be a freshman in 2014-15. Brookshire is a junior transfer from Northwestern and will sit out the 2014-15 season. Amanda Augustus of Pac-12 champion Cal was voted the conference coach of the year in women's tennis. Also, Cal's Anett Schutting and Denise Starr and Stanford's Kristie Ahn were first-team choices. Cal's Ben McLachlan was named to the men's All-Pac-12 first team.
Former Piedmont High star Courtney Paris had 10 points on 5-for-5 shooting and 10 rebounds, but Tulsa (0-3) lost 82-79 to San Antonio (3-2).