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Brigham Young

VOLLEYBALL: BYU sophomore middle blocker Lindsy Hartsock earned Mountain West Conference Volleyball Player of the Week — her first career award. Hartsock, an Inkom, Idaho, native, led BYU to a 3-0 record last week, including conference wins over San Diego State and UNLV. She put away 37 kills in 53 attempts for a .660 efficiency. Her 16 kills against UNLV are a new career-high.


MEN'S TENNIS: Utah's tennis duo of Zach Ganger and Miron Mann defeated Colorado State's Peter Bjork and Chad Tsuda (8-6) to win the doubles finals at the Utah Invitational on Saturday. In the singles finals, Ganger fell to Nils Klemman of Boise State (7-6(6), 7-5). Previously, Ganger defeated Mann (7-6(4), 6-4) in the semifinals.

Utah State

VOLLEYBALL: Utah State (4-10, 1-6) will host Weber State (2-16) tonight at 7 in the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum. The Aggies return to Big West play on Friday and Saturday at Cal State Fullerton (9-7, 2-5) and UC Riverside (9-8, 1-6). USU is 26-18 all-time against Weber State and has won five straight matches.

SOCCER: Utah State (4-7-1) plays its fourth and fifth home matches of the season as Long Beach State and UC Irvine come to Logan. The Aggies meet the 49ers at 3 p.m. on Friday and play the Anteaters at noon on Sunday.

SOCCER: Senior forward Nicole (Feuz) Gooch recorded her second hat trick this season, and just the eighth hat trick in school history, to lead Utah State soccer to a 3-0 triumph against Idaho on Sunday. For her efforts she was named the Big West Soccer Player of the Week for the second time in her career.

Weber State

WOMEN'S SOCCER: Weber State scored the most goals since the 2001 season on Saturday as it claimed a 5-2 win over Utah Valley State at St. Joseph's High School. Kacey McDonald, Cassidy Williams, Rochelle Hoover, Shelli Gough and Ashley Wood scored for the Wildcats.

FOOTBALL: Weber State middle linebacker, Eric Jones has been named the Co-Defensive Player of the Week in the Big Sky Conference. Jones shares the honors with Portland State defensive lineman, Chuck Jones (6-4, 290 Sr.).

Jones, Eric that is, set a new WSU single game record for most unassisted tackles with 17 solo stops in WSU's 20-17 loss at Montana State Saturday.

Utah Valley State

GOLF: The Utah Valley State golfers improved 15 strokes from the first round to the second round, and currently sit at fifth place in the Bronco Roundup on Monday at Falcon Crest Golf Club.

The tournament format was designed to play 36 holes on Monday, and will finish with a final round of 18 holes on Tuesday.

Southern Utah

FOOTBALL: Punter Trevor Ward has been named the Great West Football Conference's Special Teams Player of the Week. Ward, a 6-foot-4, 215-pound freshman from Ogden punted five times for 245 yards, a 49.0 yard average. He earned the weekly honor along with Cal Poly defensive back Karl Ivory, who intercepted a pass late in the game to preserve the Mustangs' 24-17 win over SUU.

S.L. Community

WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL: The Bruins dropped their first conference match of the season, losing to Southern Idaho in three games, 20-30, 22-30, 28-30. Kara Hollingsworth led the Bruins with 7 kills and 1 block.