Friday, Apr 29
Men's Tennis W, 4-0 
(6) Air Force
Las Vegas, Nev.
Women's Track 1:00 PM PT
adidas/Steve Scott Invitational
Irvine, Calif.
Women's Tennis 4:00 PM MT
(2) New Mexico
Fort Collins, Colo.
Baseball 5:00 PM PT
Nevada (Susp. game completion)
Tony Gwynn Stadium
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Baseball 6:00 PM PT
Nevada
Tony Gwynn Stadium
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Softball 6:00 PM PT
Utah State
SDSU Softball Stadium
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Saturday, Apr 30
Women's Track 11:00 AM PT
Payton Jordan Invitational
Stanford, Calif.
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Women's Track 12:00 PM PT
adidas/Steve Scott Invitational
Irvine, Calif.
Baseball 2:00 PM PT
Nevada
Tony Gwynn Stadium
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Women's Water Polo 3:00 PM PT
(4) No. 22 LMU or (5) Santa Clara (Semifinal)
Aztec Aquaplex
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Men's Tennis 3:00 PM PT
TBD
Las Vegas, Nev.
Softball 6:00 PM PT
Utah State
SDSU Softball Stadium
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Women's Tennis TBA 
MW Championships
Fort Collins, Colo.
Women's Rowing All Day 
WIRA Championships
Lake Natoma
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Marla Runyan

Sport:
Women' s Track 1988-91

Marla Runyan

Hall of Fame Class of 2003

Former Aztec track standout Marla Runyan is now an international household name. Her career has evolved from high jumping to distances to the heptathlon and now she is one of America's best marathoners. She ran in the New York Marathon Nov. 2nd, 2003. Runyan accomplished the feat despite being legally blind. In 2000, when she finished eighth in the 1,500 meters, Runyan became the first blind athlete to participate in the Olympics.