Utah

MEN'S GOLF: The Utah men's golf team finished in 11th place at the USD/Ashworth Invitational with a three-round 916. John Owen led the Utes with a fifth-place finish. Owen's three-round total of 220 was good for six over par, four shots off the lead.

Jon Morgan also played well for the Utes, shooting a nine-over-par 225 for the tournament, placing him at 16th overall. Other participants for the Utah included Shawn Edwards (52nd), Jim McGregor (75th) and Chris Riding (94th).

UC Davis took the team championship by shooting 893, and its Doug Sager won individual honors at 218 .

WOMEN'S TENNIS: The No. 61 ranked Utah women's tennis team upset No. 51 North Carolina 7-2 in dual match play at the George S. Eccles Tennis Center. The Utes' No. 62 Anna Svedenhov downed No. 77 Jessica Zaganczyk in three sets, 4-6, 6-2, 6-4, at the No. 1 position. Linda Engblom won for Utah at the No. 2 spot, defeating Cena Hackler 7-6, 6-2. At the No. 3 position, sophomore Megan Payne won 7-6, 7-5 over the Tarheels' Courtney Zalinski.

Brigham Young

DIVING: Seven BYU divers will compete against divers from seven western states for slots at the National Championships at the NCAA Zone E Qualifying Meet Friday and Saturday in Colorado Springs. BYU will be represented by senior Cristina Conn, juniors Laurel Bisk and Jenny Rogers and sophomore Rachelle Smith. The BYU men are WAC freshman of the year Justin Wilcock, junior Matt Dahl and sophomore Devan Porter.

MEN'S GOLF: The BYU men's golf team struggled through rain and cold, shooting a final day 292 to finish in fifth place at the Oregon Duck Invitation at Emerald Valley Golf Course, Tuesday in Creswell.

The Cougars finished nine strokes off the leader, Oregon State who shot a 54 hole total of 862. Second place went to Nevada (865), who had a tournament best 279 for the final day.

BYU's Billy Harvey led the Cougars with a final-day 73 for a final score of 217 and an 11th-place finish.

BASEBALL: Troy McNaughton doubled to right field in the ninth inning Monday to give BYU the winning run Wednesday for a 6-5 victory over the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio.

BYU (12-9) plays Notre Dame Thursday night in a rematch, but this time it is in tourney play.

WOMEN'S GOLF: The BYU women's golf team finished 11th at the 11 team Spartan Invitational in Fort Ord, Calif., Wednesday.

The Cougars shot a 333, improving by one stroke over Tuesday's round and finishing the tournament at 1011. Arizona State, ranked second in the country, shot a final-round 301 to win the title with a 936.

Susanne Gillemo led BYU with an 82 Wednesday to finish 19th with a 54-hole total of 242.

MEN'S VOLLEYBALL: The BYU men's volleyball team remains the third-ranked team in the nation after winning three of four matches last week in California. The Cougars won two from UC-Irvine and split with UCLA handing the Bruins their first loss of the season.

The USA TODAY/AVCA Coaches Top 15 ranks UCLA first followed by Pepperdine and BYU, but the Cougar win over the Bruins has dropped them to second in the Volleyball Magazine poll with Pepperdine first and BYU third.

The Cougars will be at home this week for a single match against Arizona on Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Smith Fieldhouse.

WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS: The 10th-ranked BYU women's gymnastics team will meet 11th-ranked Oregon State for the second time this season Friday. The Jan. 23 meeting between the two teams, the first of the season for BYU, was a 191.8-187.625 win for the Beavers.

The OSU meet will be held in the Marriott Center. It will be shown tape-delay on KBYU Ch. 11 at 11 p.m.

MEN'S GYMNASTICS: BYU will prepare for the upcoming Mountain Pacific Sports Federation championship by traveling to Albuquerque to take on MPSF foe New Mexico on Saturday. This is the third time BYU has faced New Mexico this year. At the Rocky Mountain Open in January, the Cougars scored 226.0 to win the competition and New Mexico finished fourth (221.6). In a tri-meet at BYU, the Cougars were 226.95-221.85 winners over the Lobos.