Athletics News
    April 20, 1998

    The Week in Review / Preview

    Sport                   Record  Conf. Record   National Rank       Last Week
    Baseball                 32-12     17-7        5th (Base. Amer.)   lost to Loyola Marymount, 12-6
                                                                       3-0 vs. California
    Men's Golf                                   19th (Mastercard)   t3rd at Stanford Invitational
                                                                       t10th at ASU Thunderbird Invitational
    Women's Golf                                 16th (Mastercard)   none
    Women's Rowing                                                  2nd in Varsity 8 at State Championships
                                                                       3rd in Novice 8 at State Championships
    Men's Tennis             17-6       6-1        8th (Rolex)         lost to Stanford, 7-0
                                                                       def. California, 4-3
    Women's Tennis           11-10      3-5        21st (Rolex)        def. Oregon, 6-0
                                                                       lost to Stanford, 8-1
                                                                       lost to California, 5-4
    Men's Track and Field     6-1                 5th (Trackwire)     competed at Mt. SAC Relays
    Women's Track and Field   7-0                 7th (Trackwire)     competed at Mt. SAC Relays
    Men's Volleyball         11-14      7-11       14th (AVCA)         lost to Long Beach State, 3-0
    Women's Water Polo       16-13      3-6        (5th)6th (USWP)     none
    
    Season Complete            Record   Conf. Finish   National Finish       Notes
    Men's Basketball               9-19      5-13 (8th)                     Spanich All-Pac-10 Newcomer 1st team
    Women's Basketball             12-15     7-11 (6th)                     Kristin Clark All-Pac-10 1st team
    Women's Cross Country                   6th                            Penc 11th at District VIII Meet
    Football                        6-5      4-4 (t5th)                     Kelly, Claiborne All-Pac-10 1st team
    Women's Soccer                 16-3-1    7-2 (2nd)   21st (Soccer Buzz)  Kim Clark All-American 3rd team
    Men's Swimming and Diving       5-2      2-2 (2nd)     5th               Krayzelburg four-time All-American
    Women's Swimming and Diving     8-1      4-1 (2nd)     5th               Benko four-time All-American
    Women's Volleyball             23-6     13-5 (t2nd)    9th (AVCA)        Marinkovic All-American 1st team
    Men's Water Polo               21-7      5-3 (1st)     2nd               Cimerman All-American 1st team 
    
    
    This Week
    Monday:     Women's Golf, hosting Pac-10 Championships, Tijeras Creek Golf Course, through Wednesday
    Tuesday:    Baseball, at San Diego State, 5 p.m.
    Thursday:   Men's and Women's Tennis, at Pac-10 Championships in Ojai, through Sunday
    Friday:     Baseball, at UCLA, 7 p.m.
                Women's Water Polo, at West Regionals, at Stanford, through Sunday
    Saturday:   Baseball, vs. UCLA, Dedeaux Field, 1 p.m.
    Sunday:     Baseball, at UCLA, 1 p.m.
    

    Athletes of the Week
    Jerome Davis, Men's Track
    Davis, a junior, upset the second-ranked quarter-miler in the world and won the 400m at the Mt. SAC Invitational in a time of 45.35.

    Justin Dumais, Men's Diving
    Dumais, a freshman, competed at the U.S. Spring National Diving Championships and took fourth in the platform, seventh in the 3-meter and 12th in the 1-meter. He qualified for the Goodwill Games in a synchronized diving event.

    Seth Etherton and Seth Davidson, Baseball
    Etherton, a senior righthander, had a no-hitter for 7 2/3 innings en route to an eight-inning, one-hit, 11-strikeout performance in a 10-0 victory over Cal on Friday night. Davidson, a freshman shortstop, batted .750 (9-for-12) with two home runs and six RBI against the Bears.

    Grazyna Penc, Women's Track
    Penc, a junior, won the 1,500m at the Mt. SAC Invitational in a time of 4:15.13, one of the best times in the country this season.