The SaberCats announced a shake-up at quarterback, signing free agent Russ Michna and putting Aaron Garcia on recallable waivers. Garcia, 42, an Arena Football League legend, was signed in the offseason after Mark Grieb retired.

In four games, Garcia threw 13 interceptions, including five Saturday in a loss that dropped the SaberCats' record to 2-2.

Michna, 32, spent his previous five AFL seasons with Chicago, finishing second in the league in passer rating in 2011.

Colleges

New San Jose State basketball coach Dave Wojcik got commitments from two high school backcourt prospects last weekend, according to multiple media reports.

Headed to San Jose are point guard Jalen James of Chicago and shooting guard Rashad Muhammad of Las Vegas. Both are rated as three-star prospects by ESPN.com.

  • The top-ranked Cal men's golf team will be represented by three players at the Palmer Cup, matching the top collegiate golfers from the U.S. and Europe in a Ryder Cup-style event, June 7-9 at the Wilmington Country Club in Wilmington, Del.

    Michael Kim and Michael Weaver were selected to the 10-man U.S. squad, and Joel Stalter, a native of Amneville, France, was chosen to the European team.

  • San Jose State, in search of its fifth consecutive Western Athletic Conference women's golf title, finished two shots behind Denver after the first round at Longbow Golf Club in Mesa, Ariz. The Spartans are tied for second with UT San Antonio at 297.

    San Jose State's Regan De Guzman is second after a 2-under 70, two shots behind Denver's Tonje Daffinrud.

  • Stanford first baseman Brian Ragira has been named Pac-12 Player of the Week. He batted .444 (8 for 18) with four extra-base hits -- including two home runs -- eight RBIs and six runs scored as the Cardinal went 3-1 on the week.

  • San Jose State's Amanda Pridmore has been named the Western Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week after going 2-0 with a 0.00 ERA and 14 strikeouts last week.

    Boxing

    Luis Molina, the only boxer from San Jose to compete in the Olympics, had died. He was 74.

    Molina, who is credited along with his cousin, Bob Santos, with discovering six-time world champ Robert "The Ghost" Guerrero, fought in the 1956 Olympics and won his opening-round lightweight bout. Considered a top contender, he was a big drawing card in San Jose and around the Bay Area during a career that spanned from 1959-66. His biggest victory arguably came against former world champ Joe Brown in an outdoor bout at Municipal Stadium in 1962.

    In all, Molina posted a 32-10-0 record.

    A memorial service is scheduled for 5 p.m. on Saturday at Victory Outreach Church.

    Basketball

    The Santa Cruz Warriors will host the Rio Grande Valley Vipers for Game 1 of the best-of-three NBA D-League Finals series Thursday at 6:30 p.m.

    Staff writer Jeff Faraudo contributed to this report.