The Stanford men's and women's basketball teams both will be hosting the 2014 NCAA champions next season.
The Connecticut women will visit Maples Pavilion for a Nov. 17 game. The 6 p.m. tipoff will be shown on ESPN.
Connecticut's men's team will play the Cardinal on Jan. 17. It also will be shown on ESPN with a tip time to be announced.
The Stanford and Connecticut women's teams have met 10 times over the past seven seasons, including four times in the Final Four. The Cardinal ended the Huskies' NCAA-record 90-game winning streak on Dec. 30, 2010, at Maples.
The Stanford's men's team defeated Connecticut 53-51 last December in Hartford. That was the Huskies' only nonconference defeat in their championship season.
She is Stanford's second recipient of the award since its inception in 2006. Cross country and track and field standout Arianna Lambie earned the honor in 2008. The Pac-12 Woman of the Year award honors a graduating student-athlete who has distinguished herself throughout her collegiate career in the areas of academic achievement, athletics excellence, community service and leadership.
As the Pac-12 Woman of the Year recipient, Ogwumike has been nominated for the NCAA Woman of the Year award.
In field event finals, Stanford's three-time Pac-12 women's javelin champion Brianna Brain placed ninth with a top throw of 171 feet, 9 inches, and freshman Dylan Duvio was 17th in the men's pole vault, clearing 17-23/4.
Three Stanford 800-meter runners -- Claudia Saunders (personal best 2:02.68) and Amy Weissenbach among the women and Luke Lefebure among the men -- advanced to the finals.
The Cal men's 4x100-meter relay team of Dan Davis, Tom Blocker, Dash Oliver and Khalfani Muhammad posted a time of 40.17 seconds and did not qualify for the final.
The four-day meet continues Thursday with four Stanford athletes in action: Lucas Rowley in the men's hammer throw trials and final, Valarie Allman in the women's discus trials and final, Michael Atchoo in the men's 1,500 semifinals and Rebecca Mehra in the women's 1,500 semifinals.
Neither Cobbs, formerly of Cal, nor Saint Mary's Holt is projected to be taken in the NBA draft, but this was one more opportunity for exposure on their whirlwind tours through the league.
"I am enjoying it," said Cobbs, the biggest name among six players who got an hour on the court at the Warriors practice facility. "It's something I'm not accustomed to yet -- flying on planes, different cities, different nights."
The Warriors were the eighth team to get a look at Cobbs. He left Oakland on Wednesday afternoon for Washington, D.C., and will work out for the Wizards on Thursday. He has at least four more workouts scheduled before the draft.
"A lot of travel," he said.
Nearly the same pace for Holt, who made the Warriors the fourth club for which he's shown his skills. He was headed to Cleveland immediately afterward for a Thursday session.
"Just getting my feet wet as far as traveling," Holt said. "Going through the process like everyone else. It's been enjoyable, making new friends and trying to make a name for myself."
San Jose Giants
After Kendry Flores pitched seven shutout innings, the San Jose Giants allowed three runs in the eighth and lost 3-1 to the Stockton Ports in a California League game at Municipal Stadium.
Flores allowed five hits and one walk and struck out eight.
The Giants (33-34) scored in the fifth inning when Shawn Payne drew a two-out walk, went to second on a balk and came home on a single by Ben Turner.
The teams play the second game of the four-game series at 7 p.m. Thursday.
Staff writer Jeff Faraudo contributed to this report.