College roundup: Late rally lifts Oregon Ducks baseball over Utah Utes

Published: Saturday, March 24 2012 10:33 p.m. MDT

1,500m - 8. Hannah Williams, 4:35.34; 10. Kim Quinn, 4:39.61; 14. Stephanie Burt, 4:43.30; 16. Brittany Bushman, 4:43.85

4x100m - 4. Utah State, 48.69 (Bailee Whitworth, Aubrie Haymore, McKenzie Johnson, Shaleen Richardson)

High Jump - T-4. Mariah Thompson, 1.65m (5-05.00); T-4. Rachel Orr, 1.65m (5-05.00); 6. Jodi Williams, J1.65m (5-05.00)

Long Jump - 11. Bri Campbell, 5.10m (16-08.75); T-13. McKenzie Johnson, 4.97m (16-03.75)

Triple Jump - 5. Julia Stewart, 11.24m (36-10.50)

Pole Vault - 3. Sonia Grabowska, 3.86m (12-08.00); 6. Rachelle St. Jeor, 3.56m (11-08.00); Amber Thompson, NH

Shot Put - 1. Spela Hus, 14.63m (48-00.00); 3. Lindsey Spencer, 13.94m (45-09.00); 7. Keeley Eldredge, 12.73m (41-09.25); 8. Melanie Heslop, 12.43m (40-09.50)

Discus - 2. Lindsey Spencer, 51.39m (168-07); 9. Keeley Eldredge, 38.87m (127-06); 10. Spela Hus, 38.81m (127-04); 12. Melanie Heslop 34.62m (113-07)

Javelin - 5. Aubriann Bosen, 35.91m (117-10)

MEN

100m - 3. Nic Bowens, 10.69; 10. Will Henry, 10.93; 14. Silas Pimentel, 11.11; 15. Xavier Martin, 11.12

110m Hurdles - 6. AJ Boully, 14.75; 12. Jordan McMurray, 15.88; Jon Goble, FS

200m - 2. Nic Bowens, 21.54; 9. Will Henry, 22.39

400m - 6. Landon Watts, 49.12; 13. James Allred, 50.49

400m Hurdles - 5. AJ Boully, 53.11

800m - 7. Tyler Killpack, 1:52.60; 10. Chio Lopez, 1:55.77

1,500m - 4. Daniel Howell, 3:54.51; 5. Aaron Clements, 3:54.87; 14. Eric Shellhorn, 3:59.84; 25. Nick Bolinder, 4:09.75

4x100m - 5. Utah State, 41.31 (Xavier Martin, Nic Bowens, Silas Pimentel, Will Henry)

Triple Jump - 6. Travis Johnson, 13.90m (45-07.25); 8. Reagan Ward, 13.59m (44-07.00); Kenny Hamlett, Foul

Pole Vault - T-12. Dallas Singley, 4.40m (14-05.25); T-12. Jason Allred, 4.40m (14-05.25)

Shot Put - 8. Joe Canavan, 16.15m (53-00.00); 16. Jon Goble, 11.90m (39-00.50)

Discus - 6. Bryce Hall, 48.39m (158-09); 22. Jordan McMurray, 30.12m (98-10)

Javelin - 2. Devin Wright, 56.93m (186-09); 4. Jordan McMurray, 50.82m (166-09); 6. Jon Goble, 50.09m (164-04)

BYU WOMEN'S TENNIS: At Provo, the Cougars posted their first West Coast Conference win, topping the University of San Francisco, 4-3.

"Doubles didn't go very well for us," said BYU coach Lauren Jones-Spencer. "It was hard to play today without our senior and captain (Megan Price). We had to have new doubles teams today because of it. We had opportunities where we were up 7-4 but stopped playing aggressive and gave those matches away. I told them to play their game going into singles and they did that. They played really well and tough, they didn't give up."

With Price out taking the MCAT, freshman Meghan Sheehan-Dizon teamed up with sophomore Desiree Tran for the first time this spring to form the No. 1 doubles team for BYU (5-10, 1-1 WCC). The Cougars took a quick 4-1 lead before the Dons (2-8, 0-2 WCC) brought the match within one (4-3). Sheehan-Dizon and Tran held on to take the last four games to earn an 8-3 win over Julia Wartenburger and Blair Reed.

On Court 3, juniors Aubrey Paul and Andie Young fell behind early and went on to drop an 8-5 decision to Alana McMahon and Melinda Akerbrant.

Despite taking a 7-4 lead, freshmen Morgan Anderson and Lisa Waldron lost three straight sets to San Francisco on Court 2 to allow the Dons to tie the match, 7-7. Yurie Hashiguchi and Milica Hadzi Tanovic went on to win the tiebreaker, earning San Francisco the doubles point.

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