BYU Baseball Hosts First Pitch Dinner

BYU Baseball held the second annual First Pitch Dinner Jan. 25 at the Nuskin Ballroom.

The fundraising event helps the team meet any financial needs through the upcoming season. “This is about the BYU family supporting BYU and especially the baseball program,” head coach Mike Littlewood said.  Attendants also met players and coaches of past and presents. Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Jeff Kent was the keynote speaker at the event.

A silent auction took place at the beginning of t…

BYU freshman stars on Cougar basketball and volleyball courts

BYU freshman Alohi Robins-Hardy has shown the potential to be a threat on both basketball and volleyball courts.

With Jennifer Hamson ending her collegiate sports career in Dec. 2014 by leading the BYU women’s volleyball team to the National Championship game, it seemed like it would be a few years before BYU saw another multi-sport star. But while Hamson has made her way out, Robins-Hardy has just arrived.

“Get food, keep snacking, and eat throughout the day, because you’ll die if you d…

Super Bowl XLIX social media smack talk

There’s less than one week until Super Bowl XLIX, and the smack talk between fans of the opposing teams is in full force. Here are some of the top memes fans are throwing around the web.

Let’s start with the Patriots first.

 And now on to how the Seattle Seahawks fans responded…

You can judge which fans are winning. Oh and if you’re needing a laugh today, check out this bad lip reading of the NFL 2015 Season.


BYU Basketball's Nate Austin potentially out for season

BYU head coach Dave Rose said Monday that senior forward Nate Austin may be done for the year. The speculation came during “One-on-One with Dave Rose,” KSL’s weekly radio show.

Austin has been limited to 10 games in 2014-15 due to a torn right hamstring he suffered in the opening moments of BYU’s Dec. 10 loss to Utah. Austin reinjured his hamstring in practice last Wednesday. The team had hoped that Austin would be ready to return f…

Cougar baseball team winds up for 2015 season

The Cougars are primed to bounce back in 2015.

With returning players like pitcher Kolton Mahoney, shortstop Tanner Chauncey and first baseman Dillon Robinson, this year’s baseball team has raised expectations following a disappointing 22–31 record last season.

Mahoney was drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 23rd round of the 2014 MLB draft but elected to return for another year of baseball as a Cougar. Mahoney threw the seventh no-hitter in BYU history last year in a 5–0 win again…