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State colleges: Freshman power BYU gymnastics' home win

Published February 8, 2013 11:02 pm
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BYU 195.150, Southeast Missouri State 192.350 • Cougar freshmen won on vault and balance beam to help earn a season-high score in Provo.

Utah State 193.575, Air Force Academy 193.200 • The Aggies won all but one event title in Logan, with Sara Landes winning the all-around.

Denver 196.400, Southern Utah 195.475 • The Thunderbirds posted a season high in their loss in Cedar City.

Men's tennis

Utah State 5, Montana State 2 • The Aggies won in Logan, earning the doubles point and four singles matches. Senior Sven Poslusny won his singles match in straight sets and took a doubles win as well.

Women's tennis

BYU 5, Nevada 2 • In Provo, the Cougars won their third straight match. Desiree Tran contributed to a doubles win and took a singles win.


Utah 8, South Dakota 4 • The Utes poured in five runs in the first inning to win in St. George.

Utah 6, Loyola Marymount 3 • The Utes held the Lions scoreless after the first inning to nab their second win of the day.

BYU 10, Seattle 0 • The Cougars shut out the Redhawks in St. George, with Tori Almond giving up three hits on no walks and recording 13 strikeouts.

Nevada 14, BYU 6 • The Cougars lost their second game of the day as the Wolfpack scored seven runs in the first four innings.

Utah Valley 4, South Dakota 3 • The Wolverines won in eight innings after letting the Coyotes rally from a three-run deficit.

Utah Valley 3, Southern Utah 0 • In the second game of the day, Kylee Brinkerhoff gave UVU a 2-0 lead with a 2-RBI single in the second inning.

Arkansas 3, Southern Utah 2 • The Thunderbirds tied the game twice but couldn't take the lead, falling to the Razorbacks in St. George.

Tennessee 10, Utah State 0 • The Aggies allowed six runs in the first inning en route to being shut out in their first game of the day in Logan.

Colorado State 4, Utah State 3 • The Aggies and Rams traded leads throughout the second game of the day, but USU freshman Noelle Johnson ended with the first loss of her career.

Loyola Marymount 6, Weber State 0 • The Wildcats were shut out in St. George, managing only four hits.

Oklahoma State 2, Weber State 1 • The Wildcats' second game of the day went into eight innings but ended in defeat.

Salt Lake Community College 11-16, North Idaho College 5-0 • MaCauley Flint had seven strikeouts to lead the Bruins to their first win of the day in St. George, and Kailey Christensen struck out nine in game two.


North Dakota State 18, Utah Valley 15 • The Wolverines matched the Bison with five bout wins each, but a forfeit made the difference in the loss.


Miles Havlick won the 10K classical race at the Utah Inviational in Midway, and Einar Ulsund and Rose Kemp each finished third in their events.




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