Stanford women's basketball coach Tara VanDerveer headlines the 19th class of the San Jose Sports Hall of Fame, which will be inducted in a ceremony Wednesday night at HP Pavilion.

Also being inducted are Frankie Albert, Paul Child and Gary Cunningham.

VanDerveer has led Stanford to two NCAA titles and 10 Final Fours. She also coached the United States to the Olympic gold medal in 1996. She is three victories shy of 900 for her college career.

Albert was an All-American at Stanford in 1940 and '41 and was football's first T-formation quarterback. He also is credited with inventing the bootleg. Albert died in 2002.

Child played for the original San Jose Earthquakes in the North American Soccer League. He was a two-time All-Star and in 1974 led the NASL in scoring with 15 goals and six assists.

Cunningham coached baseball at Bellarmine College Prep for 21 years and won 526 games. He retired in 2008.

To be eligible for the San Jose Sports Hall of Fame, an inductee must have developed his or her skills in Santa Clara County, played or coached for a county team or school, represented the county as an individual athlete or contributed in some extraordinary way to the greater San Jose community in a sports-related program or project.

Men's soccer

Stanford forwards Zach Batteer and Jordan Morris and midfielder JJ Koval and Cal defenders Steve Birnbaum and Christian Dean were named to the first-team All-Pac-12.

Cal's Stefano Bonomo, Seth Casiple, Alec Sundly and Justin Taillole were second-team selections, along with Stanford's Brandon Vincent.

The Bears earned the fourth overall seed in the NCAA tournament play host to either Northwestern or Bradley on Sunday at 1:30 p.m.

Stanford, making its first NCAA appearance since 2009, plays host to Loyola Marymount at 7 p.m. on Thursday.

Women's soccer

Jeff Leightman resigned as San Jose State's head coach.

SJSU went 43-61-12 in six seasons under Leightman, including 3-14-1 this season. The Spartans reached the WAC tournament in each of his first four seasons and won regular season titles in 2009 and 2010. He was named the conference coach of the year in 2010. The Spartans finished in 10th place in the Mountain West Conference this season and haven't had a winning season since 2010.

Miscellany

Stanford captured the Big Sail title with 1-0 victories over Cal in the masters, young alumni and varsity divisions at the St. Francis Yacht Club in San Francisco.

The regatta, which took place between the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz, was originally scheduled as a best-of-three race format but was shortened to a winner-take-all competition due to light winds.