CRIMSON CLUB HALL OF FAME: The University of Utah Crimson Club has announced four inductees into its Hall of Fame. Annette Ausseresses, Bill Marcroft, Bruce Summerhays and Stuart Vaughn will be honored May 18 at the DoubleTree Hotel.
The banquet is open to the public. Cost is $27 per person. The seniors from all the Ute athletic teams will also be honored that evening. The social hour begins at 6 p.m. with dinner scheduled for 7 p.m. Reservations need to be made by May 11 by calling Kiku Watanabe, 585-8837.
Ausseresses was an All-American softball player, and Marcroft has been doing play-by-play for Ute basketball and football for almost 30 years. Summerhays was an All-American golfer for the Utes and has been a successful Senior PGA touring pro. Vaughn led the country in pass receiving as a Ute football player.
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Joe Legerski, an assistant coach with the University of Utah team for the past seven years, has been promoted to associate head coach. The announcement came from coach Elaine Elliott on Tuesday.
TRACK & FIELD: In the Utah State Championship meet Tuesday featuring the state's top four track teams, BYU won the men's competition, and Utah State and BYU tied for top honors in the women's events.
Each school could enter only two athletes per event, with only one from each school scoring on a 4-3-2-1 arrangement.
On the men's side, BYU scored 48, Weber State 34 and Utah State 28. For the women, BYU and Utah State each scored 54 while Weber had 42 and Utah 24.
WOMEN'S GOLF: A solid fifth-place finish in the tough WAC and a win at the Mike Farrell/Wildcat Invitational secured BYU's women's golf team a spot at the NCAA West Regional tournament Thursday through Saturday at Stanford.
The 20-team, 54-hole West Regional Championship is one of two tournaments used to determine the 19 teams that will make up the NCAA Championship tournament in Madison, Wis., May 20-23.
Eleven teams will qualify from the West and eight from the East.
FOOTBALL TICKETS: Football season-ticket renewal began Monday at BYU and continues through June 3.
Renewal applications have been mailed out, and last year's ticket holders have first priority on getting more season tickets. The Cougar Club has expanded its levels of participation and also has more options for different seating priorities.
Season tickets are $120 for sidelines, $72 for end zone and $54 for faculty and staff. After the deadline, customers lose their seating priority. The 1998 home season opens on Sept. 12 when the Cougars host Arizona State.
Renewals and new orders will also be taken over the phone at 1-800-322-BYU1 or 878-BYU1.
BIG WEST HONORS: Utah State University softball player Sandy Millard has been named the Big West Conference's co-Field Player-of-the-Week.
The sophomore hit .500 (10-for-20) last week in six games for Utah State, driving in the game-winning run in three of the Aggies four wins during the week.