Kris Olugbode and Jerrel Brown combined for 162 yards and six touchdowns, and new head coach Paul Petrino was pleased with what he saw Saturday in Moscow. "We're getting tougher. It was good to see some big plays made on both sides of the ball," he said. "There were some great efforts out there. There was some good hitting going on." Redshirt freshman quarterback Chad Chalich was 21-of-32 passing for 299 yards and two TDs, while senior Taylor Davis was 15-of-25 for 186 yards and one score. Junior college transfer Marc Millan had 11 tackles at linebacker.
TRACK AND FIELD: The College of Idaho's Hillary Holt set the NAIA's best time of the season (2 minutes, 9.37 seconds) en route to victory in the 800 meters at the Stanford Invitational. Also in Palo Alto, Calif., Idaho State's Bradi Hutchison set a school record in the women's 10,000 (35:03.25) to finish 11th. Boise State competed in the UVU Collegiate Invitational, its fifth meet of the weekend and had five winners - Matt Post (men's hammer throw; 202 feet, 9 inches), Lacie Rasley (women's shot put, 47-9), Kimberly Miller (women's triple jump, 38-3), Lauren Lucas (women's 1,500; 4:40.55) and Wyatt Diderickson (men's 1,500; 3:59.23).
BOISE STATE WOMEN'S TENNIS: The Broncos (10-5) defeated Lewis-Clark State 7-0 at the Appleton Tennis Center to improve to 8-0 at home this season.
NORTHWEST NAZARENE BASEBALL: The Crusaders (14-15, 8-8 GNAC) rallied twice to sweep Saint Martin's (3-27, 1-14) in a league doubleheader 8-6 and 9-8 in Nampa. NNU scored five runs in the seventh to win the opener, then tallied seven in the seventh to win the nightcap.
NNU SOFTBALL: Western Washington (16-14, 8-8) swept NNU (5-28, 0-18) in a GNAC doubleheader 16-6 and 8-0 in Nampa. The visiting Vikings scored 16 runs in the sixth inning of the opener.
COLLEGE OF IDAHO BASEBALL: After knocking off No. 7 Lewis-Clark State on Friday, the Coyotes (17-14, 8-7 NAIA West) were swept 17-3 and 11-7 the next day in Caldwell. The "Gem State World Series" concludes Sunday.