With signing day a little over a week away, Cal football got three oral commitments this weekend, according to Scout.com.
The Bears picked up outside linebacker Ray Davison of Crespi High-Encino and defensive tackles Jacobi Hunter of Cypress Falls High-Houston and Marcus Manley of Santa Monica City College.
Davison is rated as a three-star prospect (out of five) by Scout.
Cal's oral commitments now stand at 28, with national signing day Feb. 6. Cal moved on to the final of the ITA Kick-Off Weekend by beating Fresno State 4-0 at Hellman Tennis Complex. Zsofi Susanyi, Tayler Davis (Archbishop Mitty High-San Jose) and Klara Fabikova posted singles wins after the Bears won the doubles point. On Monday, Cal will host Saint Mary's. The Gaels beat UNLV 5-2, as Jenny Jullien won at No. 1 singles. The Stanford wrestling team (5-12, 1-2 Pac-12) posted a 27-9 win over visiting Cal Poly (2-7, 0-2). Evan Silver gave Stanford the early lead with a 9-1 major decision at 125 pounds. Other Stanford winners were Timmy Boone, Bret Baumbach, Thomas Kimbrell, Ryan Davies, Michael Sojka and Dan Scherer. Davies beat Sean Dougherty (Las Lomas High-Walnut Creek) 7-4 at 184 pounds. The top-ranked Stanford women's water polo capped off a 5-0 weekend by beating CSU Bakersfield 20-3 and Loyola Marymount 14-8 at the UCSB Winter Invite in Santa Barbara. Melissa Seidemann (College Park High-Pleasant Hill) had six goals to lead Stanford on the day. Also, Alison Norris (Saratoga High) had four goals, leading Santa Clara (1-3) to a 11-9 win over Concordia.
Russell Baze raised his North American record victory total to 11,842 with three wins at Golden Gate Fields. On Friday, Baze became the first jockey in North American history to ride in 50,000 thoroughbred races.
Peter Sivak had two goals, including one in overtime, and the San Francisco Bulls won 3-2 over the Alaska Aces in Anchorage.
Wire services contributed to this report.