The Broncos earned a 25-19, 23-25, 27-25, 25-15 victory Saturday at Bronco Gym to claim sole possession of second place in the Mountain West. Sarah Baugh recorded her 11th double-double of the season with 51 assists and 12 digs, while Sierra Nobley tallied 24 kills and 11 digs for her eighth double-double for BSU (15-7, 7-3 MW).
COLLEGE OF IDAHO VOLLEYBALL: The Coyotes dispatched Multnomah 25-17, 25-8, 25-20 in Caldwell for their sixth straight win. Sierra Porter had 32 assists and 13 digs, Kylie Porter had seven kills and Emilee Chapman added six digs for the C of I (16-9, 14-3 Cascade).
BSU MEN’S TENNIS: Thomas Tenreiro and Lewis Roskilly lost 6-4, 7-5 in the semifinals of the USTA/ITA Mountain Regional in Albuquerque, N.M.
C OF I MEN’S SOCCER: Northwest beat the Coyotes 4-2 in Kirkland, Wash. Joao Cardoso and Ryan Geist scored for the C of I (7-6-0, 6-6-0 Cascade).
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C OF I WOMEN’S SOCCER: The Coyotes (12-3, 8-2 CCC) lost to Northwest 1-0 in Kirkland, Wash.
C OF I SWIMMING: The men’s team won 8-of-11 events and hit 14 NAIA national marks in 130-72 season-opening win over Biola in Oakland, Calif. The women beat Mills 171-31 and lost to Biola 106-98 while notching 13 NAIA qualifying marks.
NORTHWEST NAZARENE VOLLEYBALL: The Crusaders won their eighth straight, beating Simon Fraser 25-15, 25-11, 17-25, 25-20 in Burnaby, British Columbia. Taylor VanValey had 15 kills and five blocks for NNU (13-7, 10-2 GNAC), which also got 13 kills and 10 blocks from Madi Farrell.
NNU WOMEN’S SOCCER: Concordia beat NNU 2-1 in Nampa. Sarah Jenkins scored for the Crusaders (5-9-1, 2-7-1 GNAC).
NNU MEN’S SOCCER: The Crusaders lost to No. 9 Seattle Pacific 2-1 in Nampa. Michael Mollay (Boise High) scored for NNU (10-5-1, 6-4-1 GNAC).
NNU CROSS COUNTRY: The men and women each placed seventh at the GNAC Championships in Bellingham, Wash. Isaac Mitchell earned all-conference honors with his eighth-place finish in the men’s 8,000-meters in 25 minutes, 25.20 seconds. Sierra Manzer (Melba High) was the top finisher for the women, taking 17th in the 6k in 22:44.60. Alaska Anchorage won both team titles.