Defensive tackle Greg Gaines of La Habra High committed to the Broncos on Saturday. He's the fourth commit in the 2014 recruiting class. Gaines (6-foot-1, 290 pounds) also had offers from Colorado and Nevada. "I've been thinking about it for a while," he said. "I was thinking about doing it last weekend. I thought I'd wait a little longer and I decided it was the place for me. ... Everything seems like the right fit for me. I can go hunting and fishing - everything I want to do."
BSU MEN'S TENNIS: The Broncos defeated UNLV 4-0 in Colorado Springs, Colo., to advance to the championship of the Mountain West Tournament. BSU will attempt to defend its title against New Mexico on Sunday in a rematch of last season's final. The Broncos swept New Mexico earlier this season at home.
BSU WOMEN'S GOLF: The Broncos took second place at the Mountain West Championships in Rancho Mirage, Calif., finishing with a 52-over 916 on the Dinah Shore Tournament Course at the Mission Hills Country Club in California. The squad tied the school record for three-round total at a conference tournament, and the Broncos' final-round 302 tied the school record for a single-round score at a conference championship. Senior Hayley Young tied for seventh at 11-over 227 and was named second-team All-Mountain West. UNLV (904) won the team title.
BSU MEN'S GOLF: Senior T.K. Kim finished 13th at the PING Cougar Classic in Provo, Utah. The Broncos finished fifth in their final tune-up before the Mountain West Championships. Kim finished at 1-under after closing with a 2-over 74.
BSU SOFTBALL: Pitchers Lela Work and Kenzie Cole limited Colorado State to three hits in a 5-2 win at Dona Larsen Park. BSU (21-23-1, 5-6 MW) scored five runs in the third inning.
BSU TRACK AND FIELD: The Boise State women's 4x100 relay team broke its own record at the Idaho-Utah Border Clash at Dona Larsen Park. The team of Destiny Gammage, Mackenzie Flannigan, Taryn Campos and Heather Pilcher clocked a time of 45.49. The Broncos claimed 11 event titles on the final day of competition.
COLLEGE OF IDAHO BASEBALL: Cole Shidaki went 5-for-9 with three RBIs to help Concordia sweep a doubleheader from the Coyotes 8-1 and 12-8 in Caldwell.
C OF I TRACK AND FIELD: Three school records fell at the Idaho-Utah Border Clash: triple jump (Hailey Bull, 37-1.75), pole vault (Lexis Lange, 10-0) and women's 400 meters (Hillary Holt, 57.55).
IDAHO STATE SPRING FOOTBALL: The Bengals' defense forced three turnovers and had six sacks in the 2013 Dave Kragthorpe Classic at Holt Arena. Junior quarterback Justin Arias was 22-of-32 with 199 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Redshirt freshman Broc Malcolm had eight receptions for 107 yards and one touchdown. "It was a lot of fun," coach Mike Kramer said. "I think we see what's happening is that we have a lot of young players who can make plays. I thought Arias played very well and our defense played well against the run. All in all, our good guys played good and our young guys showed their potential."