BASKETBALL: Southern Utah women's basketball dropped its final road decision of the season at Oral Roberts on Monday night in a 71-42 defeat. The loss leaves the Thunderbirds winless on the road for the second year in a row and with a 6-21 record for the year (4-12 in conference play). Oral Roberts moved to 16-11 and 10-6 in the Summit League.
TENNIS: The BYU men's tennis team lost a tough 4-3 match to Denver late Saturday. With the loss, the Cougars fall to 6-3 on the season, while DU improves to 9-1. The Pioneers clinched their sixth straight win by securing the doubles point and three consecutive singles matches. The Cougars will be back in action this weekend at Arizona and Arizona State.
SOCCER: BYU junior forward Katie Fellows led all strikers at the Fourth Annual BYU Indoor Tournament last Saturday with four goals in three matches as BYU beat Idaho State (4-0), Wyoming (4-0) and Utah State (1-0) at the BYU Indoor Practice Facility.
LACROSSE: The Cougars used a seven-goal first quarter to defeat the Simon Fraser Clan on Saturday in Provo. Elliot Grow and Justin Hier led the way for the Cougars with seven points each. BYU takes the field next Saturday against the University of Michigan at 1 p.m.
BASEBALL: Extra innings in consecutive days didn't turn out as well for BYU as it dropped a Saturday doubleheader to the University of Portland, 12-1 and 8-7. The Cougars, now 1-2, won an 11-inning game on Friday, 4-2.
TRACK: Whitney Neves and Chris Little, part of BYU's No. 5 ranked men's track and field team, tied for first in the pole vault at the Wildcat Indoor Open on Saturday, clearing 17-05.50.
Both athletes set national provisional marks, with Little setting a career best.
Utah Valley St.
BASEBALL: At Berkeley, Calif., the finale of a Saturday doubleheader ended in a tie, due to darkness, between Utah Valley and California. It's the first tie that the Wolverines (0-3-1) have secured in five seasons at the NCAA Division I level. Cal won the opening game 12-1. Utah Valley is scheduled to play five in-state games this weekend, three at Southern Utah and two at Dixie State beginning on Thursday in Cedar City.
TRACK: The Weber State men's and women's indoor track and field teams captured nine titles and posted 10 seasonal bests Saturday at their only home meet of the season. The WSU men's squad won seven events, led by senior Lucas Eddy's career-best high jump mark of 6-11. On the women's side, the Wildcats won two events.
TRACK: Josefin Berg and Haley McAllister won the weight throw and long jump, respectively, to lead the Utes at the Wildcat Indoor Open in Ogden. Berg won the weight throw with a toss of 54 feet, 10 3/4 inches. McAllister had a leap of 18 feet, 5 1/4 in the long jump. Whitney Wellington set a new school record in the 55-meter dash, running it in 7.22 in the preliminaries and 7.20 in the finals. She finished third overall.
TENNIS: Utah swept Utah State in women's tennis on Saturday, 7-0. Singles winners were Evgenia Kyruchkova, D. Nelson, Emily Kwok, E. Monson, Leigh Walsh and Andrea Maughn. The Utes also won the doubles point.
Salt Lake CC
SOFTBALL: Salt Lake Community College (12-2, 4-0 SWAC) pulled out the brooms in a four-game sweep of Snow College. Lindsey Palmer improved to a perfect 8-0 with an 11-2 win in the first game. The Bruins won the final game 10-4.