Brooke Pahukoa hit a career-high seven 3-pointers on her way to a team-best 25 points to lead the women’s basketball team to an 81-60 victory over New Mexico on Saturday afternoon. Pahukoa was one 3-pointer short of tying the school record as she finished the day with her eighth 20-plus point game of the year. The Broncos (14-6, 7-2 MW) won their sixth straight, opening the game on a 22-3 run.
BSU GYMNASTICS: The No. 10 Broncos (5-0) took down BYU for the second-straight weekend 196.400-195.100 late Friday night at CenturyLink Arena. Sandra Collantes won the all-around with a 39.475. Krystine Jacobsen won the uneven bars by tying a career-high 9.95, Ann Stockwell shared the vault title (9.85), and Maddie Krentz and Collantes shared the victory on floor (9.95). BSU starts the season 5-0 for the third time in school history (2010 and 1988).
BSU INDOOR TRACK & FIELD: Allie Ostrander took second in the women’s 5,000 meters at the UW Invitational in Seattle late Friday. Ostrander’s time of 15 minutes, 21.85 seconds shattered the school and Mountain West records held by former Bronco Emma Bates (15:50.78). Her time is below the 2016 United States Olympic Trials qualifying time of 15:25.00, making her eligible to compete in the U.S. Olympic Trials in Eugene, Ore., in July. On Saturday, David Elliott set the school record in the men’s 3,000 meters in 7:53.15.
BSU MEN’S TENNIS: Virginia Tech shut out BSU 7-0 in Blacksburg, Va.
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BSU SWIMMING: The Broncos won their 21st straight meet, beating Oregon State 150-104 in the regular-season finale at Boise West YMCA.
COLLEGE OF IDAHO MEN’S BASKETBALL: Aitor Zubizarreta poured in 45 points and grabbed nine rebounds as the Coyotes (14-10, 9-6 Cascade) beat Evergreen State 100-85 in Olympia, Wash.
C OF I WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Petra Lumpert scored 16 points to lead four Coyotes in double figures, and the C of I (6-15, 5-10 CCC) beat Evergreen State 75-66 on the road.
C OF I SWIMMING: The Coyotes beat Soka University in Aliso Viejo, Calif., to cap the regular season The men (4-1) won 132-59 behind three victories from Matthew Kahlig (200 freestyle, 500 free, 200 butterfly), while the No. 6 women (5-1) won 162-78 as three individual won two races — Mckayla Stevens (100 backstroke, 500 free), Kirby Roberts (100 breaststroke, 200 IM) and Quin McLaughlin (50 free, 100 fly).
C OF I SKIING: The Coyotes swept the individual and team titles at 49-Degrees North Ski Area in Chewelah, Wash. Mary Totten (Borah High) led the women in 2 minutes, 6.23 seconds, just ahead of teammates Anna Granhed (2:06.32) and Elyse Burandt (2:07.66). Anton Waller won the men’s title in 1:57.42. William Franzen placed second (1:58.27), Elias Holmlund was third (1:59.86) and Lucas Underkoffler fourth (1:59.96).
C OF I BASEBALL: The Coyotes (4-0) beat Arizona Christian 11-4 and 3-1 in a doubleheader to finish off a four-game sweep in Phoenix.
C OF I SOFTBALL: The Coyotes opened the season with a 5-1 victory over Holy Names in Kentfield, Calif.
NORTHWEST NAZARENE MEN’S BASKETBALL: Concordia topped NNU 72-70 in Portland. Detwon Rogers scored 25 points for the Crusaders (7-11, 3-9 GNAC).
NNU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: The Crusaders beat Saint Martin’s 74-69 in Lacey, Wash. Taylor Simmons led NNU (8-10, 6-6 GNACC) with 24 points.
IDAHO WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: The Vandals tied a school record, hitting 17 3-pointers in a 94-65 win over Portland State on the road. Taylor Pierce hit four of those 3s, finishing with 18 points for Idaho (15-6, 7-2 Big Sky), which had a season-high 32 assists.
ISU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Northern Arizona edged the Bengals 63-62 in Flagstaff, Ariz. Freya Newton led ISU (10-9, 3-5 Big Sky) with 15 points.