BYU men’s volleyball took on No. 1 Long Beach at home, splitting the weekend with a victory Friday night and a loss on Saturday.
No. 3 BYU volleyball defeated Princeton in four sets Tuesday night.
Sweeping No. 4 Hawaii on back-to-back nights has put BYU in a position to fight for the No. 1 national ranking against the country’s current No. 1 team, Long Beach State. The Cougars will play the 49ers on Friday and Saturday night.
The No. 3 BYU volleyball team swept No. 4 Hawaii on back-to-back nights behind record-setting performances.
“Eat ’em up Cougars!” A voice ripples through the crowded Smith Fieldhouse, breaking the silence of the customary pre-game prayer. It came from Martin Wright, a BYU volleyball superfan known as the “ace man.”
Conference season is winding down for the BYU men’s volleyball team and every game is critical. The next two weeks are arguably some of the most important of the season.