Olympic swimming star Missy Franklin has orally committed to attend Cal.
"Committed to swim at Cal Berkeley! I am officially a baby Golden Bear," Franklin tweeted Saturday.
Cal coach Teri McKeever directed the women's team in the London Olympics, where Franklin won the 100- and 200-meter backstroke events, relay golds in the 400 medley and 800 freestyle, and a bronze in the 400 freestyle relay.
Franklin is a senior at Regis Jesuit High-Aurora (Colo.). She had earlier recruiting visits to Georgia and Texas.
She plans to swim collegiately for her first two years and will turn pro in 2015, ahead of the 2016 Rio Olympics, according to Swimming World.
Cal can't comment on the commitment until Franklin signs a letter of intent.
Megan Anders had 25 kills, leading host Santa Clara (16-7, 5-3 WCC) to a 31-29, 20-25, 25-21, 13-25, 16-14 victory over No. 16 BYU (19-2, 7-2).
The San Francisco Bulls lost 2-1 in a shootout at Bakersfield despite Justin Bowers' third-period goal.
The Stanford women's golf team was tied for fifth at the Stanford Invitational after shooting 290 for an 11-over 579 total. USC led at 571 at Stanford Golf Course. San Jose State (298-601) was 15th, one place ahead of Cal (298-605). USC's Kyang Kim was the top leader at 4-under 138. Pepperdine's Grace Na (Alameda High) was tied for fourth at 140 after posting a 68. Lauren Kim (Los Altos High) shot a 72 and was tied with Stanford teammate Mariah Stackhouse (74) at 144. Cal's Jacqueline Williams (75) was at 148, along with the Spartans' Regina De Guzman (73) and Cha Cha Willhoitte (71).
The Cardinal was at 19-over 595 -- 15 shots behind leader UCLA at Golf Club of Georgia in Alpharetta. Stanford's Patrick Rodgers (72) shared fourth at 2-under 142, three shots behind leader Talor Gooch of Oklahoma State.
Stanford led 4-3 after the first period behind three Alex Bowen goals and a Connor Cleary goal. But Cal outscored Stanford 4-0 in the second period to take a 7-4 lead into halftime.
Wire services contributed to this report.