MADSEN, BROCKBANK TABBED: Weber men's golf coach Mac Madsen and BYU's Bruce Brockbank have been selected to serve on the NCAA Men's Golf Advisory Committee for 1995-96. The committee selects the six teams and one individual to represent District Seven in the West Regionals in May at Stanford.
WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL: With three weekends of WAC play left, and in a three-way tie for second place in the league, BYU steps outside the conference this weekend to play nationally ranked Texas A&M in an important intersectional match 7:30 p.m. Friday at Smith Fieldhouse.
A win would help solidify an NCAA tournament bid for the Cougars, who are ranked 23rd in the USA Today/AVCA poll.
SWIMMING: With most of last year's WAC championship squad still intact, swimming coach Stan Crump and diving coach Keith Russell take their women's swimming and diving team to California for the season opener Friday. The four-team meet University of California-Berkeley includes Washington State and Oregon State.
MEN'S GOLF: BYU finished eighth at the 10th USF Collegiate Invitational Tuesday in San Francisco. Playing at the famed Olympic Club, the Cougars shot 907 for the three-day event with scores of 305, 307 and 298. Todd Pence tied for fourth with a three-round 219 total, five behind winner Tag Riddings of Arkansas.
WOMEN'S TENNIS: Eight BYU All-Americans will reunite this weekend in an alumni tournament as part of homecoming activities. The doubles tournament is 2 p.m. Friday at the outdoor courts.
WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL: Utah improved to 12-9 with a 15-11, 15-10, 15-8 sweep of Idaho State Wednesday night at Crimson Court.
The Utes were led by seinor Rene Maggard and freshmen Maria Moen and Sara Shakula. Maggard hit .684 - the fourth-best single-match attack percentage in school history - and had game-highs in kills and digs . Moen hit .643, with nine kills and nine digs, while Shakula tallied 10 kills and a .563 percentage.
Utah hosts No. 19 Texas A&M at 7 p.m. Saturday.
MEN'S BASKETBALL: The annual Night With the Runnin' Utes will be held Saturday at 5 p.m. in the Huntsman Center. Utah coach Rick Majerus will introduce the 1995-96 Ute basketball team. Admission is free.
MEN'S GOLF: Utah finished seventh of 11 teams at the Red Raider Intercollegiate Tournamentat Texas Tech. With an individual score of 220, Ute John Tagge finished sixth, his best this season.
WOMEN'S SWIMMING: Utah opens its season facing Nevada in Reno at 6 p.m. Friday. The Utes logged their first-ever win against Nevada, 125-115, to close last season.
WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL: Hawaii-Hilo, the seventh-ranked team in Division II, defeated Utah State 15-6, 8-15, 15-3, 15-12 in Hilo Wednesday night. USU dropped to 0-22 and faces Hawaii - ranked second in the NCAA - Friday and Saturday nights in Honolulu.
CROSS COUNTRY: Weber hosts the Wildcat Cross Country Invitational Friday at Schneiter's Riverside Golf Course in Riverdale. The women's 5,000-meter race starts at 3:30 p.m., followed by the men's five-mile at 4 p.m.
WOMEN'S GOLF: The Wildcats fly south this weekend to compete in the San Diego State Fall Classic. The 36-hole tournament will be played Monday and Tuesday at the Carmel Mountain golf course in San Diego.
MEN'S GOLF: The 12-6 Parsons must win Saturday at U.S. International University to obtain the final berth in the NAIA Far West Independent Conference playoffs Nov. 4 at Santa Clarita, Calif.