WOMEN'S SOCCER: BYU hosts in-state rival Weber State at 7 p.m. tonight at South Stadium in the eighth meeting between the two schools, with the Cougars holding a 7-0 lead in the series.
Over the last seven matches, the Cougars have outscored the Wildcats 26-2, including five shutouts and six wins at South Stadium.
BYU (6-3-1) is coming off a tough home loss in overtime Saturday to No. 2 Florida. Weber State (2-4-2) defeated Southern Utah 1-0 last week.
FOOTBALL: Utah's Oct. 11 home game against San Diego State has been set for a 5 p.m. kickoff, with the game to be televised live on KJZZ, Ch. 14.
WOMEN'S SOCCER: Freshman goalkeeper Ashley Mason has been named Mountain West Conference women's soccer defensive player of the week, helping the Utes to a 1-0 upset of then-No. 2 Florida Sunday at Ute field and tallying her career complete-game shutout.
Utah is 19th in the NSCAA/adidas rankings this week — the first time the Utes have cracked that poll, despite being ranked in other Top 25 polls.
WOMEN'S SOCCER: USU players Megan Mills, Melissa Baggaley, Elizabeth Masson and Nicole Feuz were named to the all-tournament team of the Soccer Etc. — Nike Invitational, which USU won last weekend with wins against Northern Colorado and Northern Arizona.
Mills, a junior goalkeeper, recorded two shutouts over the weekend and lowered her season goals-against average to 0.59. Feuz, a junior forward scored the game-winning goal in both USU wins, while defenders Baggaley and Masson helped shore up the Aggie defense.
The Aggies (6-4) open Big West Conference action this week as they host CS Northridge Friday at 3 p.m.
FOOTBALL: Defensive end Brady Fosmark has been named the Big Sky Conference's defensive player of the week, with 10 total tackles and six tackles for losses in Weber State's 35-23 road win at Eastern Washington.
Playing in just his second game of the season Fosmark had three sacks for -19 yards, the most by a Weber State player since the 2001 season. The sophomore also recorded a fumble recovery as the Wildcats moved their overall record to 4-1.
BASEBALL: Salt Lake Community College head baseball coach Bill Groves — the Bruins' only head coach since the baseball program's inception in 1996 — has resigned to pursue other professional opportunities, announced athletic director Norma Carr.
Assistant D.G. Nelson has been named interim head coach.
"Bill was very instrumental in bringing baseball to Salt Lake Community College," said Carr. "We appreciate all he did to establish the program and get it to the level that it is. We wish him well in his future pursuits."
Groves played a significant leadership role in establishing temporary practice facilities and eventually baseball's permanent home at Cate Field.
The Bruins have averaged 36 wins the past four seasons, appeared in the 2002 NJCAA western regional, won the SWAC in 2002 and finished runner-up in the league in 1999 and 2000. Finishing with a 208-168 overall record, Groves received the Western Regional Coach of the Year award in 2002, while his 2003 team was ranked No. 19 in the preseason poll.