It's been a good week for Cal basketball coach Mike Montgomery, who landed his second top-100 recruit for his class of 2013.
Jordan Mathews, a 6-foot-3 guard from Santa Monica High, said Sunday that he gave the Bears an oral commitment during his official campus visit.
"It was a no-brainer," he said of choosing Cal over Kansas State, Wake Forest and Marquette.
The son of former USF coach Phil Mathews is rated as the nation's No. 85 prospect by rivals.com. He lived in San Francisco until the age of 10 and said, "I feel really comfortable in the Bay."
On Wednesday, Cal got word Jabari Bird, the No. 20 prospect from Salesian High, intends to sign with the Bears. Commitments aren't binding until the letter-of-intent signing period begins Nov. 14.
SMC's Jonathan De Los Reyes (De La Salle High) tied for eighth with a three-round total of 9-over 222. Teammate Mac McClung (Irvington High) finish 10th at 224. Virginia's Denny McCarthy was medalist at 216.
Los Gatos High grad Shirley Reilly got her gold medal on the final day of the London Games. After earning silver and bronze medals on the track, she won the women's wheelchair marathon in 1 hour, 46 minutes, 33 seconds. Reilly, who lost the use of her legs as a result of being born six weeks prematurely, edged Shelly Woods by one second. Bronze medalist Sandra Graf and Amanda McGrory were another second back.
Three Terrapins -- Chelsea Cheanault (Carondalet High), Justin Lynch (home school) and Ryan Barsanti (Heritage High) -- qualified for the USA Swimming National Junior Team for the 2012-13 swim year.
Brad Valois was medalist at the U.S. Mid-Amateur with a 36-hole total of 1-under 141 in Lake Forest, Ill. The low 64 scorers advanced to match play. Pleasant Hill's Jeff Murphy (74-75-149) tied for 46th, while Piedmont's Drew Olson (79-77-156) didn't advance.
Staff writer Elliott Almond and wire services contributed to this report.