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State colleges: No. 20 Utah routs No. 10 UCLA in softball

Published March 18, 2017 10:43 pm
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Utah's Katie Donovan carried a no-hitter into the seventh and Hannah Flippen smashed a grand slam as the No. 20 Utes defeated No. 10 UCLA, 7-2, in a Pac-12 softball game Saturday in Los Angeles.

Utah went ahead in the fifth inning, when Alyssa Barrera hit and RBI single and Anissa Urtez added a two-run single for a 3-0 lead.

Weber State 2, Quinnipiac 1 • In Northridge, Calif., Tatiana Su'esu'e and Kirtlyn Bohling combined for a school record-tying 11 strikeouts as the Wildcats edged Quinnipiac on the second day of the Matador Classic.

Weber State (14-10-1) has won seven in a row. The Bobcats fell to 6-12.

Su'esu'e (6-1) allowed four hits and one run with a career-high seven strikeouts. Bohling picked up her third saven, allowing just one hit and one walk in the final 2 2/3 innings.

Utah State 6, UNLV 2 • In Logan, Sydney Hart and Sarina Jaramillo hit home runs as the Aggies (18-5, 2-0 Mountain West) topped the visiting Rebels (16-11, 0-2).

April Brown pitched the first six innings for USU, tallying four strikeouts, and Kellie White retired the Rebels in order in the seventh.


Mountain Rim Championships • In Logan, host Utah State came in second to 11th-ranked Boise State. The Broncos finished with 197.050 points, while the No. 23 Aggies tallied 196.100.

No. 19 Southern Utah (196.075 was third, followed by BYU (194.675).


BYU 10, Connecticut 9 • In Provo, Brennon Anderson's sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth scored Casey Jacobsen and gave the Cougars (9-9) the clinching win in the three-game series with thye Huskies (9-8).

Jacobsen led off the inning with a double down the left field line and advanced to third on a wild pitch.

Washington 3, Utah 1 • In Seattle, DeShawn Keirsey Jr., led off Game 1 of a doubleheader with a homer that accounted for all the Utes' scoring in the loss.

Utah's Jayson Rose took the loss, allowing three runs on seven hits and two walks in six innings. He struck out seven.

Utah Valley 2-5, Creighton 3-6 • In Omaha, Neb., Utah Valley University (4-14) jumped out to a five-run lead but the Blue Jays rallied to take Game 2 of the doubleheader, 6-5. Creighton (3-11) won the first game, 3-2.

Men's Tennis

BYU 4, Pacific 3 • In Provo, Aidan Carrazedo battled back in a third-set tie break for a 5-7, 6-4, 7-6(12) victory over Ross Watson to clinch the win for the Cougars (10-8, 3-0 West Coast Conference). Pacific fell to 8-9, 1-1.

Utah 5, Loyola Marymount 2 • In Los Angeles, Slava Shainyan teamed with Azat Hankuliyev for the clinching win in doubles and then added a 6-2, 6-1 victory in singles as the Utes defeated the host Lions.

Women's Tennis

Sacramento State 4, Weber State 1 • In Sacramento, Calif., Devi Hasan picked up a 6-4, 6-0 victory at No. 6 singles, but that was it for the Wildcats (1-10, 1-2 Big Sky). The Hornets improved to 5-9, 3-2).

Women's swimming and diving

Utah at NCAA Championships • In Indianapolis, Utes diver Amanda Casillas placed 33rd on the platform with a total score of 218.00.

Genevieve Robertson took 34th in the 200 breaststroke, touching in at 2:11.68.

Stina Colleou finished 55th in the 200 breaststroke with a time of 2:13.36.

BYU's Bennion at Western Region Four Corners Speedo Championship Series • In Lewisville, Texas, Brighma Young's Natalie Bennion concluded her junior season with a seventh-place finish in the 100 butterfly. She set a personal record in the event with a time of 55.69 seconds.

Men's golf

Southern Utah at Grand Canyon University Invitational • In Phoenix, Ariz., junior Fidel Concepcion posted his sixth top-10 finish of the season, finishing tied for ninth with a three-round total of 209.

The Thunderbirds finished 13th, shooting a combined 877 (291, 296, 290). Duke (829) won the team title, and Grand Canyon's Billy Comeaux (203) was the top individual.




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