Cal posted only one victory on the final day of the Pac-12 men's swimming and diving championships Saturday but came away with its second straight conference title in Federal Way, Wash.

Ryan Murphy won the 200-yard backstroke, helping the Bears amass 786 points in the four-day meet. Stanford was second at 661, followed by USC at 621.

The Cardinal had won 31 straight conference titles before falling last season to the Bears.

  • Bradley Zimmer went 2 for 4 with a solo homer, leading USF (7-6) to a 1-0 win over Cal (8-5) at the Cal Baseball Classic.

    Chris Viall allowed no earned runs in 4 2/3 innings, and the Stanford bullpen limited visiting Kansas to one earned run in a 5-4 win. The Cardinal (6-8) jumped out to a 5-0 lead.

    Santa Clara (7-9) scored twice in the bottom of the ninth for a 9-8 win over Pacific. Peter Summerville had an RBI double, and Casey Munoz had a walk-off run-scoring single.

    San Jose State (4-12) managed just five hits in a 5-2 loss to UC Davis.

  • Stanford wrapped up the final practice of its first spring session Saturday with a scrimmage dominated by the defense and -- not surprisingly -- no clarity at tailback. In injury news, nose tackle David Parry (torso) is expected to be available for the second session, which begins March 31, but cornerback Alex Carter (hip) and receiver Ty Montgomery (knee) won't participate.

    Six running backs combined to rush 26 times for 177 yards in San Jose State's first scrimmage of spring practice. Thomas Tucker (52 yards) and Jarrod Lawson (20 yards) led the way.

  • No 22 Stanford (21-6) beat BYU 7-5 and Portland State 9-1 at the Louisville Slugger Softball Classic. Kylie Sorenson, Erin Ashby and Kayla Bonstrom accounted for 13 of host Stanford's 20 hits.

    San Jose State (11-10) lost to Arizona State 10-1 in Fullerton.

    Santa Clara (3-13) beat Stony Brook 9-1 in six innings before falling to Fairleigh Dickinson 9-1 in five innings at the Cal Poly Mustang Classic. In the first game, Kelly Scribner went 3 for 4 with a homer.

  • Carol Zhao beat Denise Starr 6-3, 6-7 (6), 6-4 to clinch Stanford's 5-2 women's tennis win over Cal at Channing Tennis Courts. The No. 9 Cardinal is now 8-0, while the No. 16 Bears fell to 6-4.

  • Host Stanford finished first in a men's gymnastics meet that involved three top 10 teams. The No. 2 Cardinal had season-best 446.450 points, ahead of No. 4 Ohio State (441.150) and No. 10 Cal (432.450).

    Staff writer Jon Wilner contributed to this report.