BYU breaks ground on Marriott Center Annex

BYU broke ground on the Marriott Center Annex on Monday morning.

The new 38,000 square-foot building will directly connect to the Marriott Center’s east side and replace the road that currently runs between the arena and the BYU Broadcasting building. Among its many features the Annex will sport a replica of the Marriott Center floor with additional shooting areas, a strength and conditioning center, a training room with hydrotherapy, office suites, meeting rooms, team lounges, study area…

Kyle Collinsworth earns two player of the week honors

Kyle Collinsworth earned the CBS Sports Player of the Week and WCC Co-Player of the Week honors on Monday, Nov. 30 after his performance against Belmont Saturday night.

The senior guard is back at it after the NCAA reviewed his performance Saturday night and awarded him an offensive rebound that gave him the record-setting triple-double. Collinsworth struggled with some knee troubles prior to the season but seems to have put all those issues to rest.

The WCC also awarded Gonzaga’s Kyle…

BYU women's tennis signs three recruits for 2016-17

BYU women’s tennis coach Lauren Jones-Spencer announced the signing of a junior college transfer and two high school seniors.

“I’m very excited about our 2016-17 class,” Jones-Spencer said in a press release. “All three girls will make a great impact immediately for our program and I am really looking forward to working with these three players and helping them to develop their game.”

Junior college transfer Natella Nabieva will join the Cougars next semester while high school seniors …

BYU tennis signs two top recruits

Top Utah tennis player and Top 25 Californian player signed to play for the BYU tennis team.

Brocton Andrus of Lone Peak High in Alpine, Utah, and Garret Vincent of Alisa Nigel High School in Aliso Viejo, California, are top tennis recruits sure to have an impact on Cougar tennis.

“We’re excited to have Garret and Brocton join our team,” Men’s tennis coach Brad Pearce said in a press release. “They will be incredible assets and both will bring different strengths of play to the team. W…

Alexa Gray named WCC Player of the Week for fourth-straight week

Senior outside hitter Alexa Gray was named WCC Player of the Week for the fourth week in a row on Monday, Nov. 30. This is her fifth conference player of the week honor for this season and her eighth overall.

Gray has been a huge asset for the women’s volleyball team this past week.

Gray helped secure the Cougars’ win against Pepperdine last week, which secured the West Coast Conference Championship for the team. She made 29 kills, 12 digs and three block assists and scored 30.5 points…