WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL: In perhaps its most dominant performance of the season, the Utah volleyball team swept Western Athletic Conference rival SMU 15-12, 15-9, 15-9 on Thursday night at Crimson Court. The match took just one hour and seven minutes.
Jen Snow and Kalani Tonga each led Utah with a match-high nine kills.
Snow also hit .467 and Tonga had six blocks. Brenda Barton-Whicker and Sara Shakula each had eight kills. Barton-Whicker also posted a match-high eight digs and six blocks. Graciela Torres had 29 assists.
MEN'S GOLF: Utah finished 12th at the Wolfpack Classic Collegiate Tournament. John Owen led the way for the Utes, finishing in a tie for 29th with a three-round, seven-over 224. Jon Morgan and Shawn Edwards finished in a tie for 48th for the Utes.
WOMEN'S GOLF: With help from freshman Nicole Parry's final-round 75, BYU climbed from 11th to 10th at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational at the Sahalee Country Club near Seattle, Wash.
The Cougars finished the tournament at 932, five strokes ahead of California (937) and five behind Washington State (927). Tulsa won the team title with a tournament record 881.
WOMEN`S VOLLEYBALL: Amy Steele Gant had 14 kills and BYU hit over .300 in all three games to cruise to a 15-6, 15-3, 15-8 victory over Texas Christian Thursday night in Fort Worth. The sixth-ranked Cougars improved to 16-4 overall.
MEN'S TENNIS: Manuel Calvo and Damien Ward were unable to win the serve points and lost a tough three-set match in Thursday's ITA All-American Tournament. The BYU duo droppped their doubles match to the James/Westlin team from South Alabama 4-6, 7-5, 6-3.
MIXED TENNIS: Cougar singles players and doubles teams dominated the first day of play at the BYU tennis invitational Thursday in Provo. In four flights of singles playing one round and two flights of doubles playing two round, BYU won all but three of 16 matches.