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Weekend sports roundup


Center Konner Veteto scored a game-high 24 points on 9-of-11 shooting in Saturday's 77-43 win over Northern Arizona. The margin of victory was the largest for the Hornets against a Division I team in the University's Division I era (since 1991).

Here’s a quick look at how Hornet athletics teams fared this past weekend. Want more? Visit

Men’s basketball

Saturday: Defeated visiting Northern Arizona 77-43.

Record: 6-14, 1-8 in Big Sky Conference play. This week: 6:05 p.m. Thursday at Northern Colorado; 6:05 p.m. Saturday at Eastern Washington.

Women’s basketball

Saturday: Lost at Northern Arizona 94-56.

Record: 8-14, 3-6 in Big Sky Conference play. This week: 7:05 p.m. Thursday vs. Northern Colorado; 2:05 p.m. Saturday vs. Eastern Washington.

Men’s tennis

Friday: Lost  4-3 at No. 54 Arizona. Saturday: Lost 7-0 to San Francisco in Tucson, Ariz.

Record: 0-2. This week: No matches. 

Women’s tennis

Saturday: Lost 7-0 to No. 16 USC. Sunday: Lost 6-1 to No. 45 Texas Tech; both matches part of at ITA Kickoff Classic in Tempe, Ariz.

Record: 0-2. This week: Noon Saturday vs. Fresno State.

Track and Field

Friday and Saturday: Baiba Celma and Jesse Elvrom put themselves in the Hornet top 10 for pentathlon and heptathlon, respectively, at the University of Washington Multi in Seattle. Celma scored a career-high 3,456 points in the pentathlon, good for fifth in school history. Elvrom, who competed in his first career multi, tallied 4,517 points in the heptathlon, placing him sixth in the Hornet record book.

This week: Friday and Saturday at New Mexico Classic in Albuquerque.


Sunday: Defeated visiting San Jose State 194.750-193.000. Freshman Kalliah McCartney finished second in the all-around.

Record: 1-2. This week: 7 p.m. Friday vs. Southern Utah.