Brigham Young

GOLF: As the temperature dropped at the William H. Tucker Invitational in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the BYU men's golf team saw their scores rise.

After two rounds, BYU is in 12 place at 611. Weber State played steady golf and is tied for fourth place, while Utah is in 14th place. Everyone is chasing UNLV, which blistered the course with a 571 score, 13 strokes ahead of second place Oregon State.

"The weather's been very cold," said BYU coach Bruce Brockbank. "The high this morning for the morning round was 44 degrees. In the afternoon it warmed up a little bit, but that didn't do much for our scores."

The cold weather along with some difficult playing conditions made it a long day for the Cougars.

"Just very, very average from all five guys," Brockbank said. "The rough is really long, and it seemed like every time we missed a green we didn't get up and down. Our short games were very suspect. "We're all a little bit discouraged."

Lonnie Damon (Bend, Ore.), named to last year's All-WAC second team, had consistent round of 74 and 75 to finish tied for 19th in the tournament. David Summerhays of Farmington fired an even par in his second round to keep himself in contention, joing Damon and five others at 5-over par.

Utah State

VOLLEYBALL: San Jose State defeated Utah State in a 15-8, 15-4, 15-9 sweep in the Aggies' home opener Friday night. USU falls to 0-11, 0-3.

Weber State

MEN'S GOLF: The Weber State men's golf team is tied for fourth place after two rounds today with a team total of 601 at the Tucker Invitational held at the Championship Course at the University of New Mexico.

Brik Nelson of Oregon State leads the field with a three-under 141, followed by Chris Riley and Gilberto Moales of UNLV, at 142. Weber's Rich DeRond and Ted Oh of UNLV are tied for fourth place at 143.

WOMEN'S GOLF: The Weber State women's golf team defeated Idaho State today in a dual golf match held at Eagle Mountain Golf Course in Brigham City.

Weber State's Nichole Jensen took individual honors with a two-over 73 followed by teammate Aimee Aardema and ISU's Aimee Oliphant, each with 75.