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Snow College

FOOTBALL: Snow College improved to 7-0 with a 47-14 win over previous 10th-ranked Glendale Community College (Ariz.) Saturday and again owns the No. 1 ranking in this week's NJCAA/JC Football.com Poll. The Badgers have won 10 consecutive games dating back to last season and are first in the rankings for the fourth straight week. Snow received 102 total poll votes this week and five of seven first-place votes.

Utah

SOCCER: Utah junior midfielder Katy Reineke and senior defender Kiley Jones have been named Mountain West Conference women's soccer offensive and defensive players of the week, respectively. Reineke assisted on Utah's first goal and scored the team's second goal against UNLV. Jones led Utah to a 1-0 shutout victory at No. 14 BYU. It marked the Cougars' first loss of the season and only the third time they failed to score a goal.

Southern Utah

FOOTBALL: Defensive back Derrick Brown has been named Great West Football Conference defensive player of the week for the second time this season after his performance in the Thunderbirds' near-upset of No. 12 Youngstown State Saturday. Brown, a senior cornerback from Brigham City, tallied eight tackles, five solo, in the 23-22 loss.

CROSS COUNTRY: SUU's Mark Currell picked up his second Summit League athlete of the week award after a solid showing at the NCAA Pre-Nationals meet in Terre Haute, Ind. Currell finished in 24:14 — a course-record time for Southern Utah at the site of the 2007 NCAA cross country championships.

Weber State

FOOTBALL: The Big Sky Conference named Weber State punter Mike Snoy as its special teams player of the week. Snoy, a 6-foot-2, 170-pound sophomore from Layton, averaged 44.7 yards per punt, and made a 28-yard field goal and an extra point in Weber State's 23-0 league win over Northern Colorado. Snoy pinned Northern Colorado inside its own 20-yard line once and had a long punt of 51 yards.

Westminster

MEN'S BASKETBALL: The Griffins were picked as one of the top two teams in the Frontier Conference for the 2007-08 season. Westminster and Lewis-Clark State each received 45 points in a poll of the conference coaches. Westminster received three first-place votes. The Griffins return four starters from a 2006-07 team that went 21-12 and lost in the first round of the NAIA national tournament.

Utah Valley

VOLLEYBALL: Freshman Kayli Broadbent has been named the Division I Independent offensive player of the week after leading the Wolverines to a 2-1 mark. It's the third straight week that a UVSC player has won the weekly honor.

Utah State

FOOTBALL: Umbrellas are prohibited in Romney Stadium per athletic department policy, which will be enforced for Saturday's football game against Nevada at 1:05 p.m. at Romney Stadium. Dispensers are available to leave umbrellas at the gate to retain upon departure.