SOCCER HONOR: BYU forward Shauna Rohbock has been named Western Athletic Conference Mountain Division soccer player of the week. The senior tallied 10 points while leading the Cougars to victories over Colorado and Portland State.
WOMEN'S GOLF: Led by freshman Carrie Summerhays, BYU is fifth in a field of 14 teams after the first two rounds of the BYU Invitational at Hobble Creek Golf Course Monday.
Summerhays, daughter of Senior PGA Tour Professional Bruce Summerhays, fired rounds of 80-75 for a 36-hole total of 155 on the 5,920-yard, par-72 course.
With one round remaining, University of California leads the field with a two-round score of 597. Rounding out the top five are UTEP (606), Colorado (608), Pepperdine (611) and BYU (633).
Anne Walker of California leads all individuals with a two-over-par 146. She has a three-shot lead over teammate Eden Anderson who fired a 149.
Weber State finished round two in sixth place with a score of 318-316-634. They were led by Kami Whitehead who carded a 155.
WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL: Utah State was glad to leave the state of Florida after getting swept in three games by Central Florida in the Aggies last game on their Florida trip. Utah State fell by scores of 7-15, 7-15, 13-15, which extended the Aggies' losing streak to four, all in the state of Florida.
Central Florida held the Aggies to their lowest hitting percentage of the year, .087, recording eight aces while hitting at a .271 clip on its way to the win. Tiffany Kiltley was the only Aggie in double figures in kills, recording 10 and hitting .368 for the night. Heather Black and Lori Sargent each had eight digs to lead the Aggies defensively.
Utah State fell to 3-5 for the season, while Central Florida improved to 2-5.