1. Former USC assistant women's coach Laura Janke pleaded guilty
in biggest college admissions scheme ever prosecuted and faces a sentence
of 27-33 months in jail. She agreed to cooperate with prosecutors and pay a nearly $135,000 forfeiture judgment. Janke, 36, is accused of helping make bogus athletic profiles to get applicants
admitted to universities as recruits for sports they didn't play or play at the levels described in the profiles. Janke is the fourth coach to plead guilty in "Operation Varsity Blues." Former USC
women's coach Ali Khosroshahin and former UCLA men's coach Jorge Salcedo pleaded not guilty.
2. The USA moved into
the knockout stage at the Concacaf Beach Soccer Championship
with a 11-2 win over Antigua & Barbuda in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Tanner Akol led the USA with five goals. Alessandro Canale and
Nick Perera scored two goals apiece. The USA will close out group play on Thursday against Bahamas. 3. LAFC named Porsche as
its official premium luxury automobile partner
and granted the German carmaker naming rights of the directors box at Banc of California Stadium. LAFC's ability to sell and leverage its luxury
boxes is considered one of the ways it has separated itself from most of its MLS rivals with their soccer-specific stadiums.