MEN'S BASKETBALL: Ron Selleaze of BYU and Tremaine Fowlkes of Fresno State on Monday were named the Western Athletic Conference players of the week. In the Mountain Division, Selleaze scored 56 points in two games last week, including a career-high 31 points against Nevada-Las Vegas. He also averaged 5.5 rebounds a game and shot .486 from the floor last week.
BASEBALL: The University of Nevada-Reno used a 21-4 victory over BYU Saturday as a springboard to win the championship of the Rawlings College Invitational.
WOMEN'S GOLF: The Cougars shot a 323 to finish the first 18 holes of the Pioneer Electric/Bruin Classic in a tie for 13th with host UCLA.
Living up to their nickname, the Oregon Ducks handled the soggy weather he best, coming in to the clubhouse with a 299 for the lead. Individually, senior Susanne Gillemo led the Cougars with a 76.
GYMNASTICS: It took season-highs on vault, beam and floor - and an off-night by the Aggies on bars - but Southern Utah University on Monday night claimed its first home victory over Utah State in 11 tries, edging the Aggies, 192.875-192.200.
Southern Utah had topped USU in Logan and at Boise State, but had never done it on its own floor until Monday. USU holds a 23-3 edge in the series.
Southern Utah again got outstanding performances from its freshmen, with Suzi Clark setting personal bests on vault (9.65) and beam (9.75) and Heather Slack hitting a career-high on floor (9.775), but it was the upper-classmen, who have struggled at times this season, who made the difference Monday night.
Kimberly Nomura had her best night of the year on both floor and in the all-around, while Dawn Kisselburgh and Tamara Turley were solid across the board.
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Utah guard Julie Krommenhoek and Rice guard Maria Brumfield have been named the Western Athletic Conference women's basketball players of the week for the Mountain and Pacific divisions, respectively.
MEN'S GOLF: Led by Todd Tanner's opening round of 72, Utah State's golf team opened its spring schedule by posting an opening round score of 299 (+11) for 18th in the John A. Burns Intercollegiate Tournament being played at the Kaneohe Klipper Golf Course.
Tanner's even-par 72 placed him in a tie for 25th place individually, while teammate Casey Beck carded a 73 to tie him for 47th.