SOFTBALL: At Stanford, Calif., trailing by three runs for five innings of Saturday's game against Wisconsin, the Cougars put together an impressive streak of scoring in the last few innings to squeak by with the victory 4-3. The Cougars played an early game in the day against No. 5 Stanford and came up short 2-0.

BYU's offense against the Badgers came off the bats of Kristen Delahoussaye and Amanda Vance. Delahoussaye hit a solo home run in the sixth inning and Vance knocked in the two game-tying runs in the bottom of the seventh. The fourth run that the Cougars recorded came off a wild pitch.

WOMEN'S TENNIS: In Fresno, Calif., the No. 37-ranked Cougars (8-8) dropped its second match in as many days after falling 6-1 to No. 16 Fresno State on Saturday.


SOFTBALL: The Utes closed out the Judi Garman Classic with a 7-3 loss to No. 18 Washington at Fullerton, Calif.

Kristie Keller led the Utes with a 2-for-4 performance on the day, scoring a run. Sharee Fonoti and Kara Foster also had hits. Brittany Parker (6-8) got the loss.

MEN'S GOLF:The Utes turned in the second-best score of Sunday's final round at the Ron Moore Invitational in Goodyear, Ariz. The Utes took third-place finish at the 16-team, Denver University-hosted event.

Utah entered Sunday's play in eighth place, but Dustin Pimm fired a 5-under par 67 to lead Utah's charge into the top three on Sunday. Pimm finished the tournament 4-under par and in a tie for 14th place. Also tied for 14th for the Utes was Chance Cota.

Utah State

SOFTBALL: Nevada capped off a three-game sweep of the Aggies with a 7-2 win Saturday afternoon in Reno, Nev.

The Aggies lost their ninth straight in falling to 3-17 on the season and 0-3 in the WAC, while the Wolf Pack picked up its third consecutive win and fifth in last six games to improve to 23-11 overall and 3-0 in the league.

The Aggies have their home opener on Wednesday with a doubleheader against Utah, starting at 2 p.m. at Johnson Field.

TRACK: On the women's side, senior Stacie Lifferth (Dorius) took first place and posted an NCAA qualifying provisional mark in women's 3,000m steeplechase at the Arizona Willie Williams Classic in Tucson, Ariz. Junior Katie Thatcher won the 400m hurdles in 1:01.30, and freshman Camille Fehlberg took third with a time of 1:02.62. Sophomore Krista Larson also placed third in the hammer throw with a distance of 171-5.

Sophomore Steve Strickland won the 3,000m steeplechase for the men with a time of 9:16.50, and junior John Strang took third place in the high jump with a height of 2.00m. Senior Dasheek Akwenye placed third in the 400m and recorded a time of 47.24. The men's 4x100m relay team, which included Strang, Akwenye, freshman Silas Pimentel and senior Lamar Brown, finished second with a time of 41.35.

S. Utah

TRACK: The Thunderbirds gathered a total of 11 individual titles in its latest meet at UC Irvine over the weekend.

Shaka Richardson (100 meters, 200 meters), Nate Houle (800 meters), Mark Currell (5,000 meters), men's 4x400-meter relay, Jackie Stoddard (100-meter hurdles), women's 4x100-meter and Kristi Koplin (hammer), all finish in first place. SUU thrower Greg Watson tossed the hammer 203 feet 1 inch to break the school record.

MEN'S GOLF: The T-birds finished 12th at the Ron Moore Invitational. Matt McArthur was the low Thunderbird, in 19th place at 3-under par.


SOFTBALL: The eighth-ranked Bruins team took care of business at home beating College of Southern Nevada Coyotes twice (4-1, 4-3) Saturday at Bruin Field. The two wins take Salt Lake's record to 22-6 overall and 14-4 in SWAC play.

Lindsey Palmer stuck out 14 Coyotes on her way to her 15th win of the season. Jasey Jenson blasted a two run home run.

SLCC (22-6, 14-4) hits the road for a four game set against Snow College on Friday and Saturday.