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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Every player in uniform for the University of Utah women's basketball team scored at least two points Saturday afternoon in a 98-45 exhibition victory over Albertson College at the Huntsman Center.

The Utes spread playing time around among their 12 players in uniform, with everyone playing at least 10 minutes. Four Utah players reached double-digit scoring. Marie Warner (junior, Hamilton, Ont.) led all scorers in the contest with 16 points. Morgan Warburton (soph., Helper) and Sasha McKinnon (soph., Langley, B.C.) each added 13. Heidi Carlsen (sr., St. George) tacked on 12. Lydia Whitehead (soph., Hyrum) pulled down a game-high 11 rebounds.

TENNIS:Zach Ganger of the University of Utah men's tennis team ended his time at the ITA National Indoor Championships on Saturday in Columbus, Ohio, after a loss in the consolation semifinals to Arnau Brugues from the University of Tulsa, 6-3, 6-1.

SWIMMING: The Utah women's swimming and diving team knocked off UNLV on Saturday 142-120, while the Ute men fell to the Rebels 166-115. The win on the women's side was the first one of the season in the Mountain West Conference race and the 100th in head coach Michael Litzinger's career in his women's coaching tenure.


VOLLEYBALL: Westminster College's volleyball team defeated Montana Tech 3-0 (30-21, 30-25, 30-23) to finish its regular season record at 18-0 overall and 12-2 in the Frontier Conference. The Griffins mark of 12-2 makes them Frontier Conference co-champions with the University of Great Falls.

SOCCER: The Westminster College men's soccer squad fell one game short of going to the national tournament for the first time as it lost in the Region I championship game, 2-1 to Concordia University from Portland, Ore.


BASKETBALL: Southern Utah finished its exhibition season 2-0 Saturday as the Thunderbirds downed a scrappy Mesa State squad, 71-53, in a foul plagued contest. MSC was playing its season-opener.

Brigham Young

TENNIS: The BYU men's tennis team proved Saturday at the Rebel Classic that it deserves its No. 2 ranking in the region after advancing two players to the final singles match in the top flight, another to the final singles match in the second flight and a doubles team to that finals match.