Kristina Doerr's outstanding play over the weekend helped BYU remain undefeated in MWC action. (Photo by Mark Philbrick/BYU Photo)
The Top Performers of the Week feature highlights the top athletes of each sport currently in play. Check back each week to see which athletes are standing out in Cougar sports.
Kristina Doerr -- Women's Tennis -- Sophomore -- Alpine, Utah
Kristina Doerr's outstanding play over the weekend helped BYU remain undefeated in Mountain West Conference action as the Cougars traveled to take on Air Force, Colorado State and Wyoming. Against Air Force, No. 87 Doerr quickly put the Cougars up 2-0 by defeating Christine Abayan 6-3, 6-4 in the first singles match of the day. On Friday, Dolly Chang and Kristina Doerr clinched the doubles point for BYU when they pulled out a close 9-8 (3) win against CSU's Hilary Tyler and Lauren Strasburger. In singles, No. 65 Anastasia Surkova defeated Tyler in straight sets (6-3, 6-2), which No. 87 Doerr soon mimicked in her own match against Laura Neal. Doerr's winning streak continued, as she recorded her fifth consecutive singles match win by defeating Rebecca Berger (6-4, 6-3) on court two.
Brandon Relf -- Baseball -- Sophomore -- Sandy, Utah
Brandon Relf, a 5-10, 200-pound sophomore infielder, had a batting average of .750 for the week with a slugging percentage of 1.000 with 5 RBI and 12 total bases. His home run in the third inning of game three at UNLV put the Cougars on the board. He got an RBI in each of his four at bats in game three at UNLV. Relf's younger brother, Tyler, is an infielder for the University of Utah. Brandon raised his batting average last week from .193 to .290.
Bob Low -- Men's Track and Field -- Junior -- Provo, Utah
Bob Low placed first in his section of the pole vault at the Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays with a MWC-best jump of 17 feet 6.5 inches. His mark ties him for the third-highest jump in the country, according to trackshark.com, and qualifies as his lifetime-best outdoor jump. Low won his section, which included 20 athltes from around the country, by 6.5 inches and also qualified for regionals.
Angela Wagner -- Women's Track and Field -- Sophomore -- South Africa
Angela Wagner placed fourth among collegiate runners in the A section of the women's 3000-meter steeplechase at the Stanford Invitational with a time of 10:23.64. Wagner's time is a regional qualifying mark and leads the MWC after clocking a better time than six other MWC athletes in the event at Stanford.
In her first-ever 3000-meter steeplechase, Wagner has the fifth-best time in the country, according to trackshark.com. (after adding the other times from the Stanford Invite that aren't yet recorded on trackshark.com)
Juli Erekson - Women's Golf - Senior - Chicopee, Mass.
Juli Erekson's phenomenal play at the BYU Dixie Classic, in St. George, Utah, helped her win her first collegiate tournament. Erekson shot a 71-68-76--215 to set up, not only her individual win, but a team win for BYU. The Dixie Classic was held at the par-72 Entrada at Snow Canyon Golf Course.