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Brigham Young

WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL: A 2-0 lead in games and an 11-6 lead in the fifth and deciding game weren't quite enough for BYU's 23rd-ranked volleyball team as it lost 10-15, 10-15, 15-13, 15-12, 19-17 to 19th-ranked Texas A&M Friday night in Provo.

WOMEN'S SWIMMING: In its first meet of the season - a quad meet at Berkely, Calif. - BYU lost 155-143 to a powerful California squad but beat Oregon State 213-49 and Washington State 209-53. BYU's Cherrill Haws was a double winner in the 1000 (10:09) and the 500 (4:59).


MEN'S TENNIS: Top-seed Christian Svennson of Utah captured top honors at the Utah Intercollegiate Championship Friday, sweeping No. 2 seed Boris Bosnjakovic of BYU in straight sets, 6-4, 6-3.

In an all-Utah doubles final, Brad Hasna and Cory Dalos defeated Ryan Lazarus and Ben Coates, 4-6, 6-3, 7-5.

David White of BYU beat teammate Kengo Usui, 6-3,6-2, in the B-division singles final.

In singes consolation action, BYU's Jason Hardin defeated Chris Neddo of Weber State, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, while David Perry of Utah State took a default victory over Utah's Hasna.

Weber State

OGDEN - Montana State University won the team and individual titles today in the women's 5,000-meter race at the Wildcat Invitational.

MSU's Darcee O'Donnell won with a time of 17:46.44. Weber State's Summer Schenck finished second at 17:50.17.

Boise State won the men's five-mile run, and BSU's Josh Danielson won the individual race with a time of 24:31.01 for a new course record.


MEN'S SOCCER: The Parsons dropped a 5-1 game to the University of San Diego, with All-Americans Matt Smith and Todd Miller being held out of the game and other first-teamers played sparingly. Westminster plays U.S. International today, with the Parsons needing a win to qualify for the NAIA postseason.