TRACK AND FIELD: BYU's women's track and field team remained solidly in the Top 15 of the U.S. Track Coaches Association Top 25 poll this week - coming in at No. 11 in the May 8 list. For the first time this season, the men's squad joins its counterpart in the poll, grabbing a spot at No. 24.
TRACK AND FIELD: Janeth Caizalitin Alder was named WAC Women's Track and Field Athlete of the Week for her weekend performance at the UCLA tri-meet. The distance specialist from Latacunga, Ecuador, hit an NCAA provisional qualifying time of 4:21.18 in the 1500-meter run, finishing third in a race that featured some of the top runners in the nation.
SOFTBALL: Behind Tammy Alcantar's sixth-inning grand slam, USU picked up a 7-2 win to open a doubleheader sweep Wednesday of Long Beach State. The Aggies won three of the four games during two-day series.
In Wednesday's second game, USU scored twice in the seventh to win 4-2, with the game-winning RBI coming on a Rhealee Thorn sacrifice fly.
The Aggies (31-24 overall, 17-15 Big West) close the regular season Friday with a 1:30 p.m. doubleheader against Southern Utah at Willow Park Sports Complex in Logan.
FOOTBALL CLINIC: The Weber State University football team, in conjunction with the Marshall White Center in Ogden, is sponsoring a two-hour football clinic. It will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Marshall White Center (222 28th Street in Ogden).
Members of the Weber State football team and coaching staff will be on hand to demonstrate and instruct the youth on basic football skills.