Freshman Allie Ostrander won the Junior World Mountain Running Championships on Saturday, becoming the second American in history to claim the individual title. Ostrander finished the 4.7-kilometer race in 19 minutes, 44 seconds — 39 seconds ahead of the second-place finisher.
BSU VOLLEYBALL: The Broncos defeated UC Riverside 19-25, 25-12, 25-13, 25-13 at the Grand Canyon University Invitational in Phoenix. Sierra Nobley had 21 kills and a career-high six blocks to lead Boise State (7-4).
BSU WOMEN’S TENNIS: Teal Vosburgh lost to Washington State’s Donika Bashota in the championship match of the BYU Invitational in Provo, Utah.
BSU MEN’S TENNIS: The Broncos went 6-1 in singles Saturday. In Midland, Texas, Lewis Roskilly advanced to the consolation championship at the Racquet Club Collegiate Invitational. In San Francisco, Kyle Butters advanced to the consolation semifinals at the Battle in the Bay Classic.
COLLEGE OF IDAHO VOLLEYBALL: The Coyotes defeated Northwest 25-21, 25-20, 25-14 in Caldwell. Abbey Fenton had 17 kills for the C of I (6-8, 4-2 Cascade).
NORTHWEST NAZARENE VOLLEYBALL: The Crusaders beat Montana State Billings 25-14, 25-22, 25-17 in Billings. Kendra Bodine had 19 kills for NNU (4-6, 1-1 GNAC).
NNU MEN’S SOCCER: Northwest Nazarene shut out Concordia 3-0 in Nampa. Abraham Placito, Ebu Camara and Michael Mollay scored for the Crusaders (5-1, 1-0 GNAC).
NNU WOMEN’S SOCCER: The Crusaders fell to Montana State Billings 2-0 in Billings. Goalkeeper Daniele Ortiz had two saves for NNU (3-3).
NNU CROSS COUNTRY: The Crusader men took 10th and the women finished 14th at the Sundodger Invitation College Open in Seattle. Isaac Mitchell took 12th in the men’s 8-kilometer race (24:48.25), and Sierra Manzer finished 27th in the women’s 6-kilometer race (22:21.16). Trinity Western won the men’s event and Western Washington won the women’s.
NNU MEN’S GOLF: The Crusaders shot 60-over 912 to finish 11th at the St. Martin’s Invitational in Olympia, Wash. Jack Strickland and Keynan Fanslow tied for 40th at 15-over 228. British Columbia won the event at 4-over 856.