Former Stanford golfer Notah Begay will return to his broadcasting job next week, a month after suffering a heart attack.
Golf Channel said Wednesday that Begay will serve as an on-course reporter at the NCAA men's golf championship, with coverage starting Monday (2-5 p.m.). The tournament, which will feature Cal and Stanford, runs from Friday-May 28 at Prairie Dunes in Hutchinson, Kansas.
"So long as I've got a golf cart to get me from one point to the next, I'll be OK," Begay, 41, said.
Stanford was at 26-over 586 and in seventh place after two rounds of the NCAA women's championship, while Cal was 21st at 41-over 601. Oklahoma held a three-shot lead at 15-over 575 at Tulsa (Oklahoma) Country Club. Stanford's Lauren Kim shot a 1-over 71 and shared second at 2-under 138, three shots behind Oklahoma's Alexandra Kaui. Cal's Nicola Rössler (75) was 24th at 145.
Leon Bahner, a 6-foot-11 center who is a 2013 graduate of CJD Konigswinter in Bonn, Germany, signed a letter-of-intent to play at San Jose State starting with the 2014-15 season. Bahner played the past year for the RSV Eintracht Stahnsdorf U19 team in Berlin.
Cal's Ben McLachlan upset Illinois' Jared Hiltzik 7-5, 4-6, 6-3 in the men's championship in Athens.
The Earthquakes' fourth-round match of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup will be June 11 at Kezar Stadium. The match, set for a 7:30 p.m. start, pits the Quakes against the winner of a May 28 match between Sacramento Republic FC and Fresno Fuego.
Staff and wire services contributed to this report.