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Weekend sports roundup


After opening with a loss, Hornet softball ripped off four consecutive wins to bring home the Fresno State Kickoff championship.

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

Men’s basketball

Saturday: Lost to visiting Montana 67-58.

Record: 9-15, 4-9 in Big Sky Conference play. This week: 7:05 p.m. Wednesday at Portland State; 7:05 p.m. Saturday vs. San Jose State.

Women’s basketball

Saturday: Won at Montana State 77-76.

Record: 9-17, 4-9 in Big Sky Conference play. This week: 1:05 p.m. Saturday vs. Portland State.


Friday: Finished second in three-school meet at UC Davis that also included meet winner No. 9 Oregon State. Freshman Kalliah McCartney finished fourth in the all-around with a score of 39.075.

Record: 2-3. This week: 6 p.m. Friday at Utah State.


Won Fresno State Kickoff. Friday: Lost to Long Beach State 4-2; defeated UC Riverside 2-0. Saturday: Defeated Fresno State 2-1. Sunday: Defeated North Dakota State 1-0; defeated UC Riverside 9-4.

Record: 4-1. This week: No games.

Men’s tennis

No matches.

Record: 0-3. This week: 9 a.m. Saturday vs. Weber State; 3 p.m. Saturday at St. Mary’s; 1 p.m. Sunday vs. UC Davis. 

Women’s tennis

Saturday: Lost at No. 28 Washington 6-1; won at Washington State 5-2.

Record: 2-3. This week: 9 a.m. Friday vs. Portland State; 1:30 p.m. Friday at UC Davis.

Track and field

Friday through Sunday:  Chris Romo, Reesey Byers, Rachel Mitchell and Moira Robinson set school records, leading 15 competitors who registered top 10 marks in Hornet history at the Flotrack Husky Invitational in Seattle. Romo established a school record in the men’s 3k Friday at 8 minutes, 23.99 seconds; Byers broke it the next day with a time of 8:11.25. Mitchell’s 9:48.86 in the women’s 3k set the mark, and Robinson posted a record triple jump of 41 feet, 5¼ inches. On Sunday, Milan and Anthony Williams won individual titles for the Hornets, who posted 13 more top 10 marks. Milan won the shot put with a throw of 58-0¼, and Williams cleared 6-10¾ in the high jump, third-best in school history.

This week: Idle.