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State colleges: Freshman power BYU gymnastics’ home win
First Published Feb 08 2013 11:02 pm • Last Updated May 21 2013 11:32 pm

BYU 195.150, Southeast Missouri State 192.350 • Cougar freshmen won on vault and balance beam to help earn a season-high score in Provo.

Utah State 193.575, Air Force Academy 193.200 • The Aggies won all but one event title in Logan, with Sara Landes winning the all-around.

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Denver 196.400, Southern Utah 195.475 • The Thunderbirds posted a season high in their loss in Cedar City.

Men’s tennis

Utah State 5, Montana State 2 • The Aggies won in Logan, earning the doubles point and four singles matches. Senior Sven Poslusny won his singles match in straight sets and took a doubles win as well.

Women’s tennis

BYU 5, Nevada 2 • In Provo, the Cougars won their third straight match. Desiree Tran contributed to a doubles win and took a singles win.


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Softball

Utah 8, South Dakota 4 • The Utes poured in five runs in the first inning to win in St. George.

Utah 6, Loyola Marymount 3 • The Utes held the Lions scoreless after the first inning to nab their second win of the day.

BYU 10, Seattle 0 • The Cougars shut out the Redhawks in St. George, with Tori Almond giving up three hits on no walks and recording 13 strikeouts.

Nevada 14, BYU 6 • The Cougars lost their second game of the day as the Wolfpack scored seven runs in the first four innings.

Utah Valley 4, South Dakota 3 • The Wolverines won in eight innings after letting the Coyotes rally from a three-run deficit.

Utah Valley 3, Southern Utah 0 • In the second game of the day, Kylee Brinkerhoff gave UVU a 2-0 lead with a 2-RBI single in the second inning.

Arkansas 3, Southern Utah 2 • The Thunderbirds tied the game twice but couldn’t take the lead, falling to the Razorbacks in St. George.

Tennessee 10, Utah State 0 • The Aggies allowed six runs in the first inning en route to being shut out in their first game of the day in Logan.

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