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BYU

Volleyball team wins

PROVO - The BYU men's volleyball team had five players with eight or more digs Saturday night in defeating UC-Irvine, 15-10, 10-15, 15-2 and 15-10.

A crowd of 1,374 gave the Cougars an average of 2,160, breaking the school record (1,432) for the second year in a row.

Brad Goldston led the Cougars with 12 digs Saturday night while Scott Larkin and Anthony Fenton had 10 each. Kevin Hambly finished with nine and Karl Van Reusen eight.

Hawaii and BYU became the first teams in 25 years of NCAA volleyball to average more than 2,000 fans during the regular season.

2 get provisional marks

WALNUT, Calif. - Cougar All-American tracksters Janeth Caizalitin and Amy Christiansen established NCAA provisional marks at the MT. SAC Relays Saturday.

Caizalitin, running in the Invitational 1500, clocked a 4:24.31 for her best time of the year, and Christiansen put the shot 49 feet 91/2 inches.

Weber State

Tennis teams win

Both Weber State's men's and women's tennis teams won the Pepsi Wildcat Invitational held Friday and Saturday at the WSU Edman Tennis Center and at Ogden High School. The format was shortened both days because of threatening weather.

The Weber State men's team defeated the University of Idaho 5-0 in straight sets Saturday and the WSU women's team defeated New Mexico State 3-2. The Men's MVP was Weber State senior Glenn Woodward and the women's MVP was awarded to freshman Ande Tulp.