Cal has called a news conference for today at AT&T Park at which it will announce that the football team will play its 2011 home games at the Giants' waterfront ballpark, a source confirmed Sunday.
The Bears will play the 2010 season at Memorial Stadium, their home venue for more than 80 years. The stadium will undergo a renovation and retrofit that is expected to be done by the start of the 2012 season. The project begins in June but isn't expected to impact the current season.
Cal has played in Memorial Stadium since 1923.
Track and field
Pac-10 decathlon and heptathlon championships: Oregon senior Ashton Eaton won his third straight decathlon title, scoring 8,154 points at Cal's Edwards Stadium, the best by an American this year and No. 2 in the world.
The total marked Eaton's career-best, wind-legal score. The two-time defending NCAA champion in the event had strong marks of 13.79 seconds in the 110-meter hurdles and 16 feet, 103/4 inches in the pole vault.
Cal's Michael Morrison, who had not trained for several weeks because of an ankle sprain, finished fourth with 7,218 points. Ranked seventh nationally, he already has qualified for the June 10-11 NCAA Championships in Eugene, Ore. His 184-6 in the javelin was his Cal career best.
Oregon junior Brianne Theisen won her second straight heptathlon with a score of 5,917 points. The Saskatchewan native had the best mark in five of seven events over two days.
Washington State 11, Cal 9: Mark Canha was 3 for 4 with two home runs and a career-best seven RBIs, but the visiting Golden Bears (27-17, 11-9 Pac-10) dropped their second straight to the Cougars (24-17, 8-9) in Pullman, Wash.
Long Beach State 10, Stanford 5: The visiting Cardinal (25-18) couldn't overcome the 49ers' five-run second inning and had a four-game winning streak snapped. Kenny Diekroeger's solo homer in the fifth extended his hitting streak to 17.
Pepperdine 5, Saint Mary's 4: Brian Humphries' two-run double in the 11th inning snapped a 3-3 tie, and the visiting Waves (17-24, 6-6 West Coast Conference) completed a three-game sweep of the Gaels (15-25, 6-9). Chris Murphy homered for Saint Mary's with two outs in the bottom of the 11th, but Shawn O'Brien popped out to end the game.
Saint Mary's 2-2, Cal State Bakersfield 9-1: The visiting Gaels (28-20, 14-4) clinched the Pacific Coast Softball Conference Coastal Division championship when Maryanne Cronin and Whitney Heuser hit back-to-back home runs in the bottom of the seventh to erase a 1-0 deficit in the nightcap. The Gaels will host Portland State in Moraga in the opening game of the PCSC championships on Friday at 2 p.m.
Cal 4, UCLA 2: Jolene Henderson pitched a one-hitter, and Shannon Thomas (Freedom High) had two RBIs as the visiting No. 15 Bears (38-17, 7-11 Pac-10) salvaged the final game of the their three-game series against the No. 6 Bruins (38-10, 12-6).
Washington 1, Stanford 0: Alissa Haber (Newark Memorial High) singled in the first, the only hit for the visiting Cardinal (33-17, 5-13 Pac-10) in their eight-inning loss to the top-ranked host Huskies (43-5, 15-3) and pitching ace Danielle Lawrie.
Wire services and staff writer Jeff Faraudo contributed to this roundup.