Former Sheldon High School football player Mansel Simmons, a redshirt freshman wide receiver at Washington State last season, was hospitalized with head injuries after being involved in an altercation early Sunday in Pullman, Wash.
Pullman Police Commander Chris Tennant said Simmons was knocked unconscious and reportedly suffered a skull fracture and concussion after he was struck by a man who police believe plays football at the neighboring University of Idaho. Police confirmed that Simmons regained consciousness Monday.
Tennant said Washington State and Idaho football players were kicked out of a party after they began arguing. "About 20" players, he said, gathered across the street in a church parking lot, where the alleged assault took place.
Howie Stalwick, Special to The Bee
Sacramento State's baseball team will play Fresno State today at 6 p.m. at Raley Field. Fans purchasing $10 tickets will receive a voucher for a 2013 River Cats game. Parking is free.
UC Davis sophomore guard Corey Hawkins earned one of 25 spots on the Lou Henson All-America team for the top mid-major players in Division I college basketball, UCD reported.
Sac State's Ryan Williams (70-75145) is tied for third, and the Hornets are fourth after two rounds of the Anteater Invitational in Laguna Niguel, according to Sac State's athletics website.
UC Davis is tied for ninth after the first round of the Anuenue Spring Break Classic in Lahaina, Hawaii, UCD reported.
Bee Sports staff