Weekend sports roundup

Equestrian

The women’s equestrian team wrapped up its season this weekend with a No. 4 overall finish at the 2010 Varsity Equestrian National Championships, its highest overall finish in program history.

The Hunt Seat squad recorded a sixth place finish after dropping its final competition to Oklahoma State 2-4. The Western squad finished at No. 4, beating Oklahoma State 6-2.

Georgia won the overall title and Hunt Seat title, and Texas A&M clutched the Western title.


Baseball

The No. 11 Horned Frogs improved to 27-7 overall after sweeping a weekend series against BYU. They finished their third game in 11 innings with a final score of 6-5.

This was the Frogs’ second straight sweep of the season on the road. They advanced to 8-3 in conference play.

Monday’s game against Dallas Baptist University was canceled. Next up for the Frogs is a game against the Oklahoma Sooners tonight in Norman, Okla.


Track

The Flyin’ Frogs hosted the 11th annual TCU Invitational this weekend, racking up 15 first-place finishes.

Skye Dawson, Mychal Dungey, Charles Silmon and Mark Barnes started the competition off right bringing in a No. 1 finish in the men’s 4×100 with a time of 40.14 seconds.

For the women, freshman Larissa Matthews recorded a first-place finish in the 100-meter hurdles with a seasonal best time of 13.55 seconds.

The Frogs will return to the track Thursday at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia.


Women’s Tennis

The women’s tennis team concluded Mountain West play over the weekend, completing its regular season with a 7-16 overall record, 4-4 in conference.

The team began weekend competition by dropping a match to BYU on Saturday 3-4. The team claimed three single match points with wins by Idunn Hertzberg, Kayla Duncan and Katariina Tuohimaa.

Sunday’s doubleheader resulted in split decisions for the Horned Frogs. They dropped their first match to the Utah Utes 3-4 after failing to earn the doubles point and recording another three single match wins by Hertzberg, Duncan and Nina Munch-Soegaard.

The team came back in its MWC and regular season finale to defeat the New Mexico Lobos 6-1.

Next up for the women’s team is the 2010 MWC Championships in Las Vegas from April 28 to May 1, when they will defend their title.


Men’s Tennis

The men’s tennis team finished its home season Friday with a 7-0 win over Air Force. The team wrapped up Mountain West play Sunday, dropping a match to New Mexico 1-6.

The Frogs dropped to 9-11 on the season, and 3-3 in the MWC. Their regular season concludes Friday in a rescheduled match with Texas A&M in College Station.