BASEBALL: Southern Utah scored five unearned runs in the top of the ninth inning Tuesday to upset BYU, 17-12.
SUU led 9-1 through 31/2 innings, but the Cougars battled back to tie the score at 12-all going into the ninth in non-conference action.
The T-Birds used consecutive sacrifice bunts and three straight doubles in that ninth inning to record the first SUU victory over BYU in Provo since 1987.
The T-Birds improve to 20-18, while BYU is now 22-20.
MEN'S HOOPS RECRUIT: Silester Rivers, who starred at Utah Valley State College for two years, has committed to play next season at BYU. The 6-foot-7 power forward averaged 17.1 points and eight rebounds a game for the Wolverines and had been recruited by Fresno State, Virginia, Alabama, Providence and Kansas State.
WOMEN'S GOLF: BYU remained in fifth place for the second straight day with a 652 team total at the WAC Championships at Monterey, Calif. TCU leads with a two-round total of 610.
Individually, senior Catalina Navarro continues to pace the Cougars, adding an 82 second-round score to her 79 first-round tally for a total of 661 and a tie for 17th.