George Ivanov won the Most Outstanding Wrestler Award, two teammates added individual championships, and the Broncos (136.5 points) finished behind Oregon State (158). Ivanov won at 157 pounds, defeating Adam Fierro of CSU Bakersfield 5-1 in the semifinals and RJ Pena of Oregon State 3-2 in the final. Boise State's Jason Chamberlain won at 149 and Jake Swartz picked up the title at 184. Brian Owen (133) and J.T. Felix (285) each made appearances in their finals but lost by decision. All five will represent the Broncos at the NCAA Championships on March 21-23 in Des Moines, Iowa.
BSU WOMEN'S BASKETBALL FALLS AT COLORADO STATE: The Broncos lost 72-60 in Fort Collins, Colo., despite a career-high 29 points from Brandi Henton. Henton was 11-of-22 from the floor with a career-high six 3-pointers. Lauren Lenhardt added 10 points and nine rebounds for Boise State (11-16, 4-10 MW).
BSU SOFTBALL: The Broncos (8-10) split two games at the San Diego Classic, losing to No. 10/12 UCLA 5-4 in 11 innings before defeating San Diego 5-3.
BSU MEN'S TENNIS: The Broncos defeated Utah 6-1 and Gonzaga 7-0.
BSU WOMEN'S TENNIS: The Broncos (5-3) lost at Washington State 5-2.
BSU INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD: Sophomore Emma Bates ran the seventh-fastest 5,000 in the country Friday (a school-record 15:50.78), securing her first trip to the NCAA Championships.
COLLEGE OF IDAHO BASEBALL: The Coyotes swept Simpson 5-2 and 13-5 in Redding, Calif.
C OF I SWIMMING AND DIVING: The women's team finished 13th and the men finished 15th at the NAIA Championships in San Antonio.
NORTHWEST NAZARENE WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Junior guard Megan Hingston matched her career-high with 32 points to lead the Crusaders (19-7, 11-7 GNAC) past Seattle Pacific 82-67 in Nampa.
NNU BASEBALL: Central Washington swept the Crusaders (7-10, 1-3 GNAC) in Nampa, winning 6-1 in the opener and 5-4 in extra innings.
NNU SOFTBALL: Defending GNAC champ Montana State Billings beat the Crusaders 8-0 and 4-0 in a doubleheader in Nampa. It was the first two games of the GNAC season for NNU (5-10).