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Posted: Monday, April 30, 2007 4:50 am | Updated: 5:38 pm, Fri Oct 7, 2011.

Arizona State track and field distance specialists Amy Hastings and Aaron Aguayo set school records Sunday at the Payton Jordan Cardinal Classic in Palo Alto, Calif.

Hastings clocked in at 32:30.37 in the 10,000-meter run, claiming an 11th-place finish overall and second among college athletes.

Aguayo’s time of 13:37.71 in the 5,000 meters earned him an eighth-place finish overall, also second among college competitors.

TRACK AND FIELD

• The ASU men’s and women’s teams both beat Arizona and Northern Arizona on Saturday in their final home meets of the season, the annual Double Dual at Sun Angel Stadium.

The ASU women defeated Arizona, 115-80, while knocking of NAU, 133-57.

The men handled the Wildcats, 110-86, while downing the Lumberjacks, 134-59.

The Sun Devils won 13 men’s events and 11 women’s events, with one woman and three men winning two events each.

Sarah Stevens captured the hammer and discus. Domenik Peterson won the 100-meter and 200-meter dashes and Marquis Profit captured the 110 and 400 hurdle events. Matt Turner cleared over 25 feet to win the long jump and also won the high jump with a clearance of 2.21 meters (7-foot-3).

SOFTBALL

• No. 7 Arizona State outhit California 6-3 but lost 2-1 to the Bears in a softball game at Berkeley, Calif.

Kristen Miller hit her eighth home run of the season in the top of the sixth inning for ASU (45-13, 9-6 Pac-10) to cut the Cal (30-27, 4-11) lead to 2-1.

WATER POLO

• The 2007 season came to a close on a down note for ASU as the eighth-seeded Sun Devils (14-14) dropped a 9-8 decision to seventh-seeded California (12-11) in the ninth-place game of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation championships in Tempe.

TENNIS

• The final two ASU players alive fell in the Pac-10 finals at Ojai, Calif., with Laila Abdala losing in the singles invitational, as well as in the doubles invitational with partner Rebecca Rankin.

Cal scored a 8-3 win over the Sun Devils to take the title.

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