San Jose State's David Fales capped his college career with another efficient -- and winning -- performance at the Senior Bowl on Saturday in Mobile, Ala.

Fales, the first Spartans quarterback to participate in the event, completed 6 of 7 attempts for 104 yards and a touchdown in the South's 20-10 win over the North in the annual all-star game. Fales' only incompletion was an interception.

Fresno State's Derek Carr also threw a touchdown pass for the South. The Bulldogs star completed 7 or 12 attempts for 45 yards.

Fales entered the game with 10:16 left in the second quarter and hit Colorado State's Crockett Gillmore for a 23-yard gain on his first pass attempt. After three straight running plays, Fales and Alabama's Kevin Norwood connected on a 24-yard touchdown.

  • Cal lost a top recruit when Koa Farmer, a four-star safety/linebacker from Notre Dame High-Sherman Oaks, announced via Instagram that he has flipped to Penn State.

    Soccer

    The Earthquakes signed defenders Brandon Barklage and Shaun Francis, who were selected in the MLS re-entry draft last month. San Jose also signed Bryan Meredith as its third goalie.

  • Former Stanford star Kelley O'Hara has returned to the U.S. women's team after an ankle injury sidelined her in the fall. She's one of four Bay Area players named to a 24-woman roster for a three-week trip that opens Jan. 31 against Canada. Nicole Barnhart, Christen Press and Julie Johnston also were named to the team.


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    Swimming

    Cal's No. 1 women's swimming and diving team closed out its home season with a 190-109 rout of No. 10 Arizona before more than 1,500 fans at Spieker Aquatics Complex. Bears freshman Missy Franklin won the 100- and 500-yard freestyle events and 100 backstroke. The Olympic gold medalist took the 200 and 500 freestyles and 200 backstroke against Arizona State on Friday.

    Stanford beat visiting Arizona State 148-68 behind two wins each by Felicia Lee (200 IM, 100 freestyle) and diver Stephanie Phipps.

  • San Jose State (8-2) celebrated Senior Day with a 156-140 win over Nevada.

  • The Stanford men's team (5-0, 2-0 Pac-12) beat Arizona State 135-101 behind two wins each by Thomas Stephens (100 and 200 freestyles) and Max Williamson (200 IM, 200 breaststroke), while No. 4 Cal (5-0) routed No. 5 Arizona 206-92.

    Staff writers Jeff Faraudo and Elliott Almond contributed to this report.