Former Cal star Alex Morgan, U.S. national team teammate Abby Wambach and five-time winner Marta of Brazil are the finalists for the women's FIFA Ballon d'Or soccer award.
Morgan and Wambach are seeking to become the first American winner since Mia Hamm got the 2002 award.
The U.S. gold medal-winning team at the London Olympics could dominate the women's awards at FIFA's annual ceremony Monday in Geneva. Former U.S. coach Pia Sundhage is favored to be selected best coach ahead of two male rivals: Norio Sasaki of silver-medalist Japan and Bruno Bini of France.
Barcelona and Argentina forward Lionel Messi is the overwhelming favorite to win the men's award for a record fourth time.
No. 8 Stanford (2-0) posted the top time in each event en route to a 159-92 men's swimming win over visiting Pacific. David Nolan, Mason Shaw, Jack Lane and Aaron Wayne (Deer Valley High) won the 200-yard medley relay in 1 minute, 28.52 seconds to start the day. Nolan, Wayne, Andrew Saeta and Sean Duggan won the 400 freestyle relay in 2:59.59 to close the meet. Wayne also won the 50 freestyle in 20.43 seconds.
Trainer John F. Martin saddled
Tony Mitchell led seven Fort Wayne players in double figures with 21 points, and the Mad Ants (7-10) cruised 118-90 over visiting Santa Cruz (9-4). Travis Leslie had 17 points for the Warriors.
Wire services contributed to this report.