The Fresno State swimming and diving team is in third place with 179.5 points after day one of the Bulldog Invitational.
Sophomore Kelly Simmons swam the Bulldogs' best race on Friday -- a personal-best 5 minutes, 5.91 seconds in the 500-yard freestyle for a fifth-place finish.
Hannah Prigge scored 289.925 for second place in the 3-meter dive and freshman Shelbie Holden was fourth with 233.925.
The Bulldog Invitational wraps up Saturday, starting at 10 a.m.
Fresno State sweeps Spartans in volleyball
Fresno State swept San Jose State, 25-18, 25-21, 25-19, in a Mountain West Conference volleyball match at the Save Mart Center on Friday night.
Holly Franks had five aces and nine kills for the Bulldogs and Marissa Brand led Fresno State with a double-double with 13 kills and 12 digs.
The Bulldogs controlled much of the three sets and never trailed the Spartans until early in the third.
Fresno State (9-8, 3-2) next hosts Nevada (2-15, 0-5) at 7 p.m. Saturday.
Myers' overtime goal lifts Bulldogs in soccer
Shonice Myers scored the winning goal in overtime to lead Fresno State to 1-0 victory against Utah State at Bulldog Stadium on Friday night.
Myers found the net in the 94th minute, heading in a pass off a throw-in from Ariana Holmes.
The Bulldogs (6-7-1, 3-2) had eight shots on goal and held the Aggies (6-5-2, 2-2) to just four shots. Fresno State goalie Katie DeVault had four saves.
The Bulldogs continue conference play at noon Sunday when they host Boise State.
Two Fresno State pairs reach tennis semis
The Fresno State women's tennis team won all four doubles matches and dropped just one of its singles matches at the St. Mary's Invitational in Moraga.
Aishwarya Agrawal and Claire Yang had two doubles victories on day one and will play Stanford's Ellen Tsay and Taylor Davidson in today's red bracket semifinals.
Anne Susdorf and Anneka Watts won their two doubles matches as well and will play today in the white bracket semifinals.
In singles, three Bulldogs -- Agrawal, Yang and Watts -- reached today's round of 16.