The Earthquakes put their single-game tickets on sale Friday for all of the 2013 regular-season home games except a June 29 date at Stanford Stadium.

The season opens March 3 at Buck Shaw Stadium against Real Salt Lake.

Tickets can be purchased at www.sjearthquakes.com or by calling 800-225-2277. Tickets for the marquee match against the Los Angeles Galaxy on June 29 go on sale to the public Jan. 31.

The Quakes open training camp Monday.

Colleges

Former Stanford receiver Jamal-Rashad Patterson had eight catches for 80 yards in a losing effort as the National team routed the American team 34-0 in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl in Carson.

  • Sophomore quarterback Turner Baty (Menlo-Atherton High) is leaving Kansas and returning to City College of San Francisco after not getting into a Jayhawks game last season. Baty said he and coach Charlie Weis both were open to him returning to Kansas after next season.

  • The Cal rugby team began its spring season with three shutouts at UCLA. The Bears beat UC Santa Barbara (34-0), UC Davis (45-0) and UC San Diego (57-0). Newcomer Alex Quimson (Aragon High-San Mateo) notched the first score of Cal's season against UCSB.

  • Victoria Smith scored five times as No. 9 San Jose State split two women's water polo matches in Ann Arbor. Mich. The Spartans (1-1) beat No. 14 Indiana 12-10 but fell to No. 7 San Diego State 10-9.


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  • Alyssa Wisdom (54 feet, 1¼ inches) and Geoffrey Tabor (56-7½) gave Stanford a sweep in the shot put events at the season-opening Cherry & Silver Invitational in Albuquerque, N.M.

    Swimming

    Olympian Missy Franklin won the women's 200-meter backstroke after taking the 200 freestyle at the Austin (Texas) Grand Prix, with Nathan Adrian winning his second title of the meet. Franklin, who is committed to Cal, set a meet record in the 200 back, touching in 2 minutes, 7.31 seconds. Earlier, Franklin won the 200 free in 1:57.69. It was her third title in three days. Adrian, a former Cal star, won the 50 free in 21.70 seconds to go with his earlier title in the men's 100 free. Fellow Olympians Anthony Ervin and Jimmy Feigen both touched in 22.43.

    Staff writer Elliott Almond and wire services contributed to this report.