OGDEN -- Five Wildcats picked up semifinals wins on Saturday, and advanced to their respective finals of the Weber State Invitational on Saturday at Edman Courts.
"Our guys picked up today right where they left off on Friday," said WSU coach Brad Ferreira. "To have five of our players reach the finals is a tremendous accomplishment, especially considering that we are going up against three other quality teams of players."
Todd Fought led the list of Wildcats winning semifinal matches, as the sophomore scored a 7-5, 7-6 win over teammate Oliver Good to reach the A flight championship match for the second straight year. Fought will face off against Montana State's Diego Campos in today's final.
In the B flight, Sanjay Goswami reached the championship match, defeating Javier Martin-Morillas 1-6, 6-3, 7-5 in the semis.
The Wildcats guaranteed themselves a championship in the C flight, as both Ryan Garner and Landon Barlow won in the semis to set up an all-WSU final. Garner defeated WSU freshman James Smith 6-1, 6-3, while Barlow knocked off Utah State's Andrew Whiting 6-3, 6-3.
Good and Goswami will look to take the doubles championship after the pair teamed to defeat Schleuter and Morillas of Montana State 8-3 in the semifinals. Fought and Jakub Gewert dropped their semifinal doubles match, and will play for third.
* WSU SOCCER IN ACTION TODAY AT USU: With the beginning of the Big Sky Conference season just around the corner, the Weber State University women's soccer team takes aim at its final non-conference match of the season this afternoon.
The Wildcats will face in-state rival Utah State at 1 p.m. on Sunday at Bell Field, looking to get a burst of momentum ahead of next week's Big Sky opener against Montana.
Weber State is trying to complete its first winning non-conference season since 2005, while bouncing back from a disappointing showing in a 4-0 loss to Utah last Sunday in Salt Lake City.
Utah State and Weber State have met 15 previous times, with the Aggies holding a 9-5-1 lead in the series, which dates back to the Wildcats' inaugural season in 1996.
This will be the first match between the two in Logan since 2006, when Utah State claimed a 1-0 win in the final moments of double overtime. The last two meetings between the schools were at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, with the Aggies claiming a 1-0 result in the latest installment in both teams season opener for the 2011 season.
The Wildcats had into today's match with a 3-2-2 mark, while Utah State is currently 4-2-2 after losing 3-0 to Utah on Friday in Salt Lake City.
Sophomore forward Mackenzie Harrison leads Weber State in scoring with three goals and six total points, while Mackenzie Day is second with two goals and four total points.
Senior goalkeeper Ryann Waldman has a 1.19 goals-against average, with just nine goals allowed in seven matches.
Following today's match, Weber State will return home for the first time since Aug. 26 to take on Montana at Thursday afternoon. Kickoff is set for 3 p.m. at Wildcat Soccer Field.