Leon Fuller, Colorado State football coach, said Thursday that no disciplinary action will be taken against fullback Paul MacRenato until his case is resolved.
MacRenato, a former University City High School player, was arrested late Monday for suspicion of carrying a concealed weapon and suspicion of criminal impersonation. His case was to be reviewed by a Larimer County district attorney's screening officer, who will determine if charges will be filed.
Fuller said he has not decided whether MacRenato will make the trip Saturday to Salt Lake City for a game with Utah. Regardless, Fuller said, MacRenato will not start.
San Diego-based Athletes in Action pulled to within 4 points of Texas Tech with 1 minute 20 seconds remaining, but Texas Tech pulled away to defeat AIA, 87-79, in an exhibition in Lubbock.
AIA (1-3) took its first and only lead at the end of the first half, 40-39. Gib Hinz (17 points, 6 rebounds) and Jamie Dixon (13 points) led AIA. Sean Gray led all scorers with 18 for Texas Tech.
San Diego State has appointed Jayne Hancock to the position of associate athletic director. Beginning Dec. 1, Hancock will oversee non-revenue sports and coordinate facility scheduling and on-campus scheduling for the Aztecs. She replaces Marilyn Johnson as SDSU's primary women's administrator.
Gonzaga (14-10, 5-4) defeated the University of San Diego, 15-4, 15-10, 15-13, for its seventh victory in the past 8 matches. Suzanne LeSatz had 12 kills for USD (8-13, 2-6) in the West Coast Athletic Conference match.