The Stanford men's soccer team earned an at-large berth to the NCAA tournament in coach Jeremy Gunn's second season and will play host to Loyola Marymount on Thursday night at Cagan Stadium.
Fourth-seeded Cal (12-4-2) earned a first-round bye and awaits the winner of Northwestern and Bradley at 4:30 p.m. Sunday in Berkeley.
The Cardinal (9-6-3) will make its first tournament appearance since 2009 after upsetting No. 5 Cal 2-1 in the regular-season finale last week.
The winner of the first-round game plays Sunday at 15th-seeded Cal State Northridge. Stanford could have a possible rematch with No. 2 Washington in the quarterfinals.
San Jose State has signed Jeremiah Ingram, a 6-foot-8 forward from Colby Community College in Kansas, to a letter of intent, men's basketball coach Dave Wojcik announced.
"Jeremiah is a long, athletic and versatile player that can play multiple positions and can really score the basketball," Wojcik said in a release.
Landale, a 6-foot-11, 235-pound center, is the 14th Australian to join the Gaels since 2001. Fitzner, who is 6-10 and 215 pounds, attends San Diego's Francis Parker School.
Former professional bowler Billy Hardwick, who grew up in San Mateo and attended Hillsdale High, died this past Saturday in Florida at age 72.
Hardwick began bowling professionally shortly after his high school years in 1961. During the 1960s, he won 18 Professional Bowlers Association titles. He was named the PBA's Player of the Year in 1963 and 1969. In 2008, he was listed as No. 12 on the PBA's ranking of the "50 Greatest Players of the Last 50 years."
He was inducted into the Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame in 1990.
Staff writers Elliott Almond, Stephanie Hammon and Jeff Faraudo and wire services contributed to this report.