Cal added three more entries, including former James Logan High star Ray Stewart, to the NCAA track and field championships on the final day of the West Preliminary meet in Austin, Texas.

Stewart had the fourth fastest time in the men's 110-meter hurdles at 13.65 seconds on Saturday.

Amanda Hunter went a wind-aided 42 feet, 8 inches in the women's triple jump, good for 10th place (top 12 advanced).

The men's 400 relay of Julius Travis, Tom Blocker, Dash Oliver and Stewart was the beneficiary of a disqualification. Needing to place in the top three in their heat to advance, Cal was fourth in 40.58. But Texas A&M's squad was disqualified for passing out of zone three.

Cal long jumpers Hammed Suleman (Deer Valley High) and Amanda Hunter qualified Thursday for the June 5-8 meet Eugene, Ore.

Suleman had trouble finding the board on in the men's triple jump Saturday and did not advance out of his flight.

  • Stanford's Nicole Gibbs, the defending women's singles champion, reached the semifinals of the NCAA tennis championships with a 6-1, 6-1 rout of Clemson's Yana Koroleva in Urbana, Ill. Gibbs, who helped the Cardinal to the team title, will play Breaunna Addison of Texas on Sunday.

  • Will Soto's RBI-double in the sixth inning broke a 0-0 tie, and Sacramento State went on to a 3-0 win over San Jose State at the WAC baseball tournament in Grand Prairie, Texas. The Spartans were 0-3 in round-robin play to finish at 17-41. "We just didn't play very well in this tournament," coach Dave Nakama said. D.J. Slaton (4-8) took the loss, allowing one earned run and six hits in 62/3 innings.

  • USA Rugby Magazine named its 2012-13 All-Americans that included Saint Mary's Nick Wallace, Jordan Bouey (De La Salle High) and Garrett Brewer. Selected from Cal were Seamus Kelly, Danny Barrett, Brendan Daly and Jake Anderson.

    Boxing

    Carl Froch (31-2) called out Oakland's Andre Ward after outpointing Mikkel Kessler (46-3) in a 12-round, super-middleweight title bout in London. Froch added Kessler's WBA title to his IBF crown. He lost to Kessler three years ago and now seeks revenge for his other loss. Ward won a unanimous decision in Atlantic City, N.J., on Dec. 17, 2011. Froch said he wants to meet Ward (26-0) on his home territory. "I went over to America and now let's get him over to England," Froch said.

    Horse racing

    Slim Pickins, a 5-year-old son of 2005 Kentucky Derby winner Giacomo, won the $31,486 allowance feature at Golden Gate Fields. Slim Pickins rallied to beat Sandor by a half-length. Slim Pickins ($12.80), trained by Keith Nations and ridden by Juan Hernandez, ran a mile on turf in 1:36.93.

  • Jockey Russell Baze won the first race with Bag's of Fun ($6.20), sixth with Olympic Blue ($5) and seventh with Fonz ($5.60).

    The Associated Press contributed to this report.