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Brigham Young

MEN'S VOLLEYBALL: The BYU men's volleyball team suffered its second straight loss of the young season Saturday to the Pepperdine Waves, 15-8, 15-9, 11-15 and 15-11, dropping the Cougars to 3-2 on the season.

Ryan Millar had a sensational match with 31 kills and eight blocks and freshman Shane van Beest added 19 kills and 14 blocks for the Cougars.

The BYU team could not overcome the performances of Pep-perdine All-America George Roumaine and teammate Scott Wong, who each registered 34 kills.

BYU will be at home Friday night against Southern California. The match will be at 7 p.m at the Smith Fieldhouse.

TRACK & FIELD: BYU sent full track teams to the Mountain States Games at Idaho State on Saturday, and although team scores were not kept, the BYU women won eleven of the events while the men won four and finished second in two others.

Individually for the women, All-American Amy Christiansen won both the 20-pound weight (67-05.25) and the shot put (55-04.75).

Cougar All-American Tiffany Lott had an NCAA qualifying mark in her first 55-meter hurdles race of the year, running a best-in-the-nation 7.41. She was also second in the 55-meter dash at 6.99.

Windy Jorgensen won the two sprints, the 55-meter dash (6.93) and the 200-meters (24.62); Kristen Barnes won the mile (5:07.25); Dixie Williams the 400 meters (56.94); Melinda Hale topped the high jumpers (5-11.00), a provisional mark; Kristel Be-rend-sen won both the long jump (20-06.50) and the triple jump (43-00.50); Tara Haynes won the mile Invite (4:53.92); Treva Bryant the 800-meters (2:11.09); and Marsha Mark had a provisional mark for the long jump at 19-11.

For the men, Felix Andam won the 55-meter dash (6.27) and the 200-meter dash (21.54) in an NCAA provisional time; Neil Jensen was 2nd in the pole vault (16-08.00); Marek Samseli won the triple jump (49-11.50); and freshman Daniel Arrhenius was second in the shot put at (53-07.25).

Utah State

WOMEN'S TENNIS: The Aggies fell short in a tight 5-4 loss to Idaho State on Saturday in Pocatello, Idaho. The Aggies are now 0-3 on the season.

Junior Mindy Nelson picked up her first straight-set win of the season as she defeated Jennie Vas-ter-ling 6-3, 6-4 at No. 3 singles.

Utah State also earned victories at No. 5 and No. 6 singles from sophomore Jackie Ellis and junior Tiffany Bullock, respectively. The Aggies also earned their first doubles point of the season as Ellis teamed up with junior Heather Grass at No. 3 doubles to defeat the Bengals tandem 8-1.