The Earthquakes have added more than 500 seats to the design of a proposed soccer stadium that could open as early as next year, the team announced Tuesday.
The addition of 576 club seats and patio suites is the latest development for the 18,000-seat, privately funded stadium across the street from Mineta San Jose International Airport. Major League Soccer officials approved the design plan last month.
Quakes president Dave Kaval said in a recent interview that he hopes construction on the $60 million stadium will begin this year.
Contra Costa College linebacker Antoine Davis has committed to Cal, Comets coach Alonzo Carter confirmed.
Davis, who just finished his freshman year at Contra Costa, is a late addition to the 2012 class. He plans to enroll in summer school at Cal and participate in fall camp. A 6-foot-5, 230-pound Pinole Valley graduate, Davis will have four years to use his remaining three years of college eligibility.
Cal ranked third in the final polls by ESPN.com/USA Softball and USA Today/NFCA. National champion Alabama (60-8) took the No. 1 spot from Cal (58-7) for the second time this season after Cal had claimed the top spot in 13 regular-season polls this year. Oklahoma (54-10) finished second.
Staff writer Stephanie Hammon and wire services contributed to