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Around the Hill: Your latest Ute and Pac-12 news

Gymnastics competes for Super Six birth, softball wins, baseball loses, a football player is trying to follow in his dad's footprints, and some news around the Pac-12.


The spring game is tomorrow, gymnastics is coming to a close, thus means the school year is coming to an end. However, there is still Ute news happening, and here are some quick bites of what's going on!

Gymnastics begins run at NCAA title

If you are hanging out by your computer at around 6pm Mountain time tonight, you can check out the live stream of the Red Rocks at nationals! You can watch it out at this link.

Our very own Kelsey Price will be running an updating story here on Block U, as well as live tweeting on the Block U twitter account! So if you can't watch it live, say tuned to Block U for all the updates!

Softball downs Stanford

Man, it feels good to beat Stanford, at anything. That's just what the softball team did last night rallying to a 12-7 victory over the Cardinal.

Baseball falls to UCLA

In a heartbreaker, the Pingin' Utes lost in the 9th inning on a two run home run, after taking the lead in the 7th inning and not allowing UCLA to score a run until the 8th.

Football player trying to follow in his dad's footsteps

Filipo Mokofisi is trying to pave his own path 30-years after his father laced them up for the Utes, and was named the 1984 WAC defensive player of the year.

Around the Pac-12

Cal has a new coach, that they took from SEC country

Here is a great statistical breakdown around Cal's new basketball coach, Cuonzo Martin.

UCLA getting a stud back in basketball next year

Jordan Adams, the player who possibly broke Utah's back down in LA this year, is returning to school next year for his junior season.

That's it for this morning! Make sure to check for the continuous updates around the Red Rocks and their run for the NCAA title, and any spring football news here on Block U!