Utes off to California
The University of Utah softball team (15-12 overall, 6-2 Western Athletic Conference) travels to Fresno and Sacramento this weekend for doubleheaders against Fresno State (35-9, 7-3) and Sacramento State (27-7, 7-3) Friday and Saturday.
The weekend is a showdown between the second team in the WAC (Utah) and the two teams tied for third. Cal State Northridge leads the league with an 11-3 mark.
Cougs blank Wildcats
For the second time in three months, the BYU men's tennis team blanked Weber State 7-0, Wednesday in Ogden.
A scrappy Wildcat team played a closer match than the score indicated, but the Cougars still managed to record the shutout.
The most exciting match at number one singles saw BYU's Boris Bosnjakovic outlast Glenn Woodward 6-7, 6-3, 7-6. Bosnjakovic improved his record to 16-9 with the victory.
BYU netter honored
LITTLETON, Colo. - In recognition of her stellar performance last weekend, BYU's Michelle Domanico was named WAC Tennis Player of the Week Wednesday.
Domanico, a junior from Las Vegas, Nevada, was a vital contributor in the 20th-ranked Cougars' victories over University of Houston and No. 36 Texas A&M.
Y. off to track meet
BYU's men's and women's track teams are en route to the Mt. SAC Relays in Walnut, Calif., where they will seek NCAA qualification in various events Thursday night through Saturday afternoon.
The enormous, annual week-long meet, which includes youngsters, prepsters, collegians and open competitors, is conducted by Mt. San Antonio College.
LITTLETON, Colo. - BYU sophomore Tiffany Lott was named WAC Female Track and Field Athlete of the Week for placing first in the heptathlon at the Texas Relays April 5-6.
In accumulating 5515 points in the two-day event, Lott established a personal best score, the third-best score in BYU history and qualified automatically for the NCAA championships next June.
Track teams scattered
OGDEN - Weber State's men's and women's outdoor track and field teams scatter throughout Idaho, Oregon and California this weekend, participating in various meets.
Selected athletes from both teams are heading to Eugene, Oregon for the University of Oregon Invitational. Others are going north to Rexburg, Idaho for the Ricks College Invitational. Only decathlete Billy Schuffenhaur is headed to Walnut California for the Mount SAC Relays Thursday and Friday.
Tennis meet planned
Weber State University will host the annual Pepsi Wildcat Tennis Invitational this Friday through Sunday at the Edman Varsity Courts on the Weber State campus.
Play starts each day at 9 a.m. followed by matches at 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.
Weber State volleyball player Annette Hill, a 6-0 sophomore outside hitter and 1994 Big Sky Top Newcomer of the Year, has been invited to try out for the 1995 Olympic Festival Volleyball Team.
Tryouts will be held on April 14-16 at Cal. State-Bakersfield in Bakersfield, California. Forty-eight athletes from across the country will be selected from tryouts being held at four different throughout the nation.
Davis signs with UNLV
ST. GEORGE - Dixie College point guard, Chancellor Davis has signed to play basketball at UNLV for the remaining two years of his college eligibility.
Davis played one year at Dixie where he was named to the 1995 SWAC All-Region Team. He led the SWAC in assists with 7.9 per game and shot 80 percent from the free-throw line, also among the top ten. He averaged 10.5 points per game from the point guard position with a season high 27 points against Snow College. His season high in assists was 18 against Colorado Northwestern.