BYU

MEN'S TENNIS: The Cougars ended the Utah Tennis Fall Classic on top Saturday in Provo as sophomore Thomas Shubert earned the singles title. The all-Cougar doubles final was postponed because of time constraints.

Coach Brad Pearce and former player Jonathan Sanchez will compete against sophomores Shubert and A.J. Young Monday to determine this year's doubles winners.

The team will continue its fall season in October at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association's All-American Championships.

CROSS COUNTRY: All-American Kyle Perry paced the BYU men's cross country team to the No. 1 finish at the Aztec Invitational in San Diego on Saturday.

"Once again, we performed well," said BYU men's head coach Ed Eyestone. "We came together as a team against some stronger competition than last week, and we beat some very good teams. We ran within ourselves and were successful."

Beating out two highly ranked teams, Northern Arizona (No. 6) and Minnesota (No. 17), the Cougars (No. 26) proved their potential and fight as they took first with 32 points; NAU came in second with 96 points followed by Minnesota in third with 103 points.

BYU's top five runners included Kyle Perry, who placed third overall, Brandon Hebbert, fifth, Stephan Shay, sixth, Richard Nelson, eighth, and Nathan Ogden, who finished it off in 11th.

The women, who did not compete this week, will travel to Eagle, Idaho, for the Bob Firman Invitational on Sept. 20.