The Stanford men's basketball team signed Reid Travis of De La Salle High-Minneapolis, rated as the No. 7 power forward prospect by Scout.com, on Wednesday and is expected to assemble the nation's 11th-best recruiting class.

Previously committed to the Cardinal and expected to become official during the early signing period are point guard Robert Cartwright of Flintridge Prep and center Michael Humphrey of Sunnyslope High-Phoenix. All three players are top-100 prospects, according to Scout.

Cal announced the signing of Ahmaad Rorie, a Tacoma, Wash., native who's playing this season at Monteverde Academy outside Orlando, Fla. Rorie, who committed to Cal 18 months ago, is rated the nation's No. 13 point guard prospect by ESPN.com.

Santa Clara will bring in three new players, led by 6-9 forward Matt Hubbard of Colville, Wash. Also signing on with the Broncos were guard Stephen Edwards of Oklahoma City and small forward Evan Wardlow of Woodland Hills.

Saint Mary's and San Jose State announced no signings.

Women's basketball

The Bay Area's top two programs reloaded as Stanford signed three top-rated players, and Cal added two standouts from St. Mary's High-Berkeley.

The Cardinal class was rated ninth by espnW/HoopGurlz with signees Kaylee Johnson of Casper, Wyo.; Brittany McPhee of Des Moines, Iowa; and Taylor Rooks of Warren N.J.

The Golden Bears had the 13th-best class after signing St. Mary's teammates Mikayla Cowling and Gabby Green.

"Brittany, Kaylee and Taylor bring a variety of talents, as well as a lot of energy," Stanford coach Tara VanDerveer said.

Cowling and Green led St. Mary's to an 87-18 record in the past three seasons.

"I met Mikayla when she was a 9-year old, hanging around Haas Pavilion, watching her sister play," Cal coach Lindsay Gottlieb said in a statement. "It was easy to see she would be something special."

Green was a member of the 2013 under-19 World Championship team that won a gold medal.

"Gabby Green is simply one of the most unique and gifted players in the country," Gottlieb said.

USF signed Tiara Tucker, a 5-6 guard from Stockton-McNair High. Tucker scored a Northern California-record 73 points last season while playing for Brookside Christian.

Saint Mary's, San Jose State and Santa Clara didn't announce any signings.

College football

San Jose State starting left guard Ryan Jones will miss Saturday's game at Nevada after having surgery to place a screw in his broken left foot. The senior has played through the injury the past two games, but it finally reached a point where he needed the surgery. Coach Ron Caragher expects to have Jones back for the Nov. 22 game against Navy.

Also, tight end Billy Freeman (concussion) and defensive tackle Travis Raciti (ankle injury) are expected to play against the Wolf Pack.

Men's soccer

Aaron Kovar scored in the second minute of overtime as Stanford stunned fifth-ranked Cal 2-1 in the Pac-12 finale for both schools at Cagan Stadium.

Kovar's golden goal gives the Cardinal (9-6-3, 3-5-2, Pac-12) a chance to advance to the NCAA tournament. Selections will be announced Monday.

The Cardinal scored in the 19th minute when Kovar fed Jordan Morris on the left side. The striker charged into the box before slipping the ball to Zach Batteer, who scored his eighth goal of the year.

Cal (12-4-2, 6-3-1) tied it on Alec Sundly's penalty kick in 51st minute. The Bears were awarded the shot after a Stanford handball in the box.

Miscellany

Frankie Albert, Tara VanDerveer, Paul Child and Gary Cunningham make up the 2013 class of inductees of the San Jose Sports Hall of Fame. The 19th class will be honored Nov. 20 at SAP Center.

Albert was an All-America quarterback at Stanford and a Pro Bowler with the 49ers.

Stanford's VanDerveer is six wins shy of becoming the fifth NCAA Division I women's basketball coach to win 900 games.

Child was a star for the San Jose Earthquakes in the defunct NASL. Cunningham was Bellarmine College Prep's baseball coach for 21 seasons. For ticket information call 408-288-2936.

Staff writers Jeff Faraudo, Elliott Almond and Jimmy Durkin contributed to this report.