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Cougars break indoor track records in New Mexico

Several BYU track and field athletes had record-breaking performances at the New Mexico Classic Invitational over the weekend.

Alyssa Monteverde-Dalton moved up to fourth on the BYU all-time list with time of 8.28 in the 60-meter hurdles.

“She looked really good. It was the fourth all-time mark in BYU history and she looked excellent. She’s just running a whole new level now. She’s competed extremely well,” head coach Ed Eyestone said.

Her twin sister Anginae almost cleared 14’1″ in…

Women's lacrosse opens season as an official extramural sport

BYU women’s lacrosse defeated Utah State 16-6 in their first home game as an official BYU extramural sport.

“We had this extra energy because this is the first,” said BYU head coach Nikki Dabrowski. “And firsts are always so exciting.”

A large crowd gathered to support the women’s team on Saturday. Fans lined the walls of the indoor practice field  to cheer on friends and family members. Whitney Sieverts, who led the Cougars tonight with 4 goals, said the fans made a big difference in …

Broncos D dominates Panthers in 24-10 Super Bowl win

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — A reborn Orange Crush might have sent Peyton Manning into retirement with a Super ending to his career.

Von Miller and the impenetrable Denver defense harassed Panthers quarterback Cam Newton all game Sunday, and the Broncos made enough big plays for a 24-10 victory, Manning’s 200th and perhaps his last before retirement.

He wasn’t the star of Super Bowl 50 — game MVP Miller seemingly was everywhere on every Carolina play — but Manning really hasn’t been the headl…

BYU gymnastics gets first win of the season

The BYU women’s gymnastics team secured their first win of the season and set an all-around season-high score as they beat the University of Alaska Anchorage 195.575-191.100 Saturday night at the Alaska Airlines Center.

“This was a good trip for us,”BYU  head coach Guard Young said. “UAA had a brand new facility to host a meet and we had a great LDS crowd come out and support our team, which made a huge difference.”

The Cougars performed strong on the uneven bars in the first rotation….

BYU men's tennis goes 1-1 on Denver road trip

The BYU men’s tennis team defeated Air Force (5-0), but finally lost their undefeated record, falling to the University of Denver (3-4) this weekend in Denver.

BYU head coach Brad Pearce said it was a “good win” for the team and added that Air Force is “always a very spirited team and competes well.”

The Cougars secured the doubles point after a 6-4 win from doubles team Jeremy Bourgeois and Shane Monroe and a 6-4 win from Andrey Goryachkov and Jacob Sullivan.

The team was able to carry…

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