ON THE MAT . . Stanford freshman Brandon Briones earned Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Gymnast of the Week after leading the Cardinal to a victory over California at the Cal Benefit Cup on Saturday. Briones, in his collegiate debut, won the all-around title with a score of 82.400, the second-best mark in the nation and first among freshmen. He won event titles on floor (13.750), rings (13.850) and vault (14.750). He added third-place results on pommel horse and parallel bars. Briones finished the week with the best vault score in the nation . . . Menlo College's Tiana Jackson, ranked first among NAIA women's wrestlers at 123 pounds, was named the NAIA National Women's Wrestler of the Week on Thursday, a few days after earning the Cascade Collegiate Conference's Red Lion Player of the Week award. She was honored for her performance at the 2020 U.S. Marine Corps/NWCA Multi-Division National Dual Meet over the weekend. Jackson won all three of her matches to help the Oaks win the team championship of the event.
ON THE COURT . . Stanford's Tyrell Terry and Haley Jones were each named Pac-12 Conference Freshman of the Week after both led the Cardinal basketball programs to a pair of conference victories last week.
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