Duston Gragg set a pair of Fresno Pacific diving records as the Sunbirds swept UC Santa Cruz 182.-95.5 in men's action and 189-106 on the women's side at Sunnyside Aquatics Center on Saturday.
Gragg set the 1-meter diving record after scoring 309.3 and became the record holder in the 3-meter dive with a score of 337.28. The Sunbirds' previous record was 302.4 in the 1 meter and 309.9 in the 3 meter.
Michelle Moreno, who was one of 10 Sunbirds seniors honored during their final meet in Fresno, anchored the women's side with four victories. She finished first in the 100 backstroke (1 minute, 2.71 seconds), 50 free (24.89), 200 backstroke (2:18.03) and 100 butterfly (59.28).
Men's basketball: Losing streak reaches 10
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Fresno Pacific fell in overtime 88-85 to visiting Hawaii Hilo in PacWest men's basketball play -- the Sunbirds' 10th striaght loss.
The Sunbirds (5-12, 1-9) let a lead as great as 16 points slip away as the Vulcans (9-8, 5-6) stormed back behind Tre Johnson's double-double of 25 points, 16 rebounds and six blocks at Special Events Center.
Fresno Pacific led 36-22 at the half while holding the Vulcans to 29% shooting. But Hawaii Hilo answered with 60.6 % shooting and 56 points in the second half to force overtime, where the Vulcans jumped out on a 7-2 run.
Trevon Clayton led the Sunbirds with his sixth double-double of the season with 14 points and 12 rebounds. Bobby Barnes added 18 points and Jeff Amazan finished with 17 points and five assists. The Vulcans' Vandyon Lockett led all scorers with 31 points.
Women's basketball: Sunbirds miss out on last shot, lose
The Fresno Pacific women's basketball team missed its chance to make something happen in the final seconds, failing to launch a shot and instead committing a turnover with 0.2 seconds left en route a 60-58 loss to Hawaii Hilo in PacWest action.
The Sunbirds (2-13, 2-8), who owned a 34-27 advantage at halftime Saturday and led for most of the second half, dropped their seventh straight game.
Fresno Pacific's Jenay Herring scored a game-high 23 points. Keairra White added 14 points and Dakota McLarnan had 11. The Sunbirds had a chance to win it on the final possession after two missed Vulcan free-throws. But Herring's pass to White under the hoop went off her fingertips.