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WOMEN'S TENNIS: No. 22 BYU started strong but couldn't hold on in a 5-2 loss to No. 7 Vanderbilt (4-1) in the consolation round of the USTA-ITA National Team Indoor Championships in Madison, Wis.

Weber State

WOMEN'S TENNIS: Weber State fell to Boise State 7-0 on Friday at the Ogden Athletic Club. The defeat is the fourth in as many matches for the Wildcats during the 2006 spring season.

Southern Utah

WOMEN'S SOCCER: Southern Utah women's soccer coach Brian Stock announced the signing of five prep players to national letters of intent, including three Utahns. They are Laura Goodrich, a 5-7 midfielder from Alpine; Makell Hansen, a 5-4 forward/midfielder from Centerville; and Briana Bush, a 5-4 forward/midfielder from Sandy. Also signed were Jamie Miller, a 5-2 defender from Las Vegas, and Kristen Fronk, a 5-6 defender from Huntington Beach, Calif.


WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Westminster led most of the game Thursday night but Carroll College stole the game down the stretch, posting a 69-61 win. Jolene Fuzey hit two clutch 3-point baskets down the stretch that proved to be the difference. Westminster was led by Shalee Fackrell's 35 points on 14-of-18 shooting from the field and 7-of-8 from the free-throw line. Westminster plays tonight at home against Rocky Mountain.

Other colleges

MEN'S SOCCER: Woods Cross soccer player David Gates has signed to play at Oregon State. The three-year starter at Woods Cross also played club soccer with Inter FC Premier, which ranked in the top 25 nationally the last two years.

Utah Valley

SOCCER: The Utah Valley State College athletic department has announced the hiring of Brent Anderson as the new head coach of the Wolverine women's soccer program. Before coming to Utah Valley, Anderson was an assistant at Utah State for seven years.

WRESTLING: The Wolverines begin a stretch of three home duals in the next week when they host South Dakota State today in the Activity Center at 7 p.m. Then on Tuesday, North Dakota State comes to town before Portland State ends the week on Saturday afternoon.

South Dakota State and North Dakota State "will provide us with a tremendous challenge," said Utah Valley head coach Cody Sanderson. "They are both matches that could likely

come down to bonus points."

Utah Valley has won its last three duals, including a 24-15 win last week at Adams State.