Two El Cerrito High football stars have changed their college plans.
Wide receiver Jalen Harvey told the Bay Area News Group by text on Monday that he orally committed to Arizona State and that he has talked to the Cal coaches about the news. He announced Monday morning on Twitter that he had de-committed from Cal.
Outside linebacker D.J. Calhoun texted the Bay Area News Group that he has de-committed from USC and that he has not committed to Arizona State.
Calhoun and Harvey both took official visits to Arizona State this past weekend. Calhoun is a four-star player and Harvey a three-star, according to rivals.com.
Harvey said in a phone interview later Monday afternoon that he had been trying to get his SAT score up and qualify for Cal academically.
"It was starting to stress me out. I didn't want that to keep stressing me out, so I had to make a move. I had to do what's best for me," said Harvey, who said he's going to take the SAT again. "I didn't want to let them down."
Adarius Pickett, another highly-recruited senior from El Cerrito, tweeted Monday that he is still 100 percent committed to UCLA.
Defending individual champion Sydney Babiak of Bentley shot a 5-over 77, as she tied for first place after 18 holes but lost in a playoff to Kathleen Scavo of Justin-Siena.
Cal's Nov. 2 home football game against Arizona has been set for a 12:30 p.m. kickoff, the Pac-12 Conference office announced. It will be broadcast on the Pac-12 Networks.
Jullien, a senior who is the reigning West Coast Conference Player of the Year, became the first Gael to reach the singles final of an ITA regional event. She'll take on Stanford senior Kristie Ahn in Tuesday's final at 12:30 p.m. Ahn advanced with a 6-0, 6-1 win over top-seeded Zsofia Susanyi of Cal.
Staff writers Stephanie Hammon and Jeff Faraudo contributed to this report.