BYU gymnastics lost to the Boise State Broncos 196.275–194.750 at a meet in Idaho on Friday.
The loss marks the Broncos’ second triumph over the Cougars this season, as the two teams competed previously in Provo on Feb. 27.
“Overall, we just didn’t have our best meet,” BYU head coach Brad Cattermole said. “With only a few meets left, we have to figure out how to be better.”
The Cougars struggled right out of the gate on the uneven bars, which was their lowest-scoring event of the ni…
BYU men’s volleyball gave fans an entertaining game to cheer for as they beat the Ball State Cardinals 3-1 in Provo Feb. 27.
The No. 4 BYU Cougars started out completely in sync with well made sets and strong team blocking to take the first few points of the set. Joe Grosh with back-to-back kills and Michael Hatch with an ace to follow had BYU leading 8-4.
Josue Rivera chased a ball into the crowd but fell short giving the Cardinals a chance to catchup trailing 9-7. Rivera dove again off t…
Tyler Haws was cut from the basketball team in third grade. His dad, former BYU star basketball player Marty Haws, used the moment to teach an important lesson: work as hard you can and good things will happen.
Now nearing the end of his collegiate basketball career, Tyler Haws has proved to be more than just good. He now stands among the ranks of the best basketball players in BYU history.
Haws came out firing in the Cougars’ Feb. 26 game against Portland. After six minutes of play he…
PORTLAND — Tyler Haws saw an opening and cut down the lane. Ryan Andrus passed the ball, Haws split two defenders and put in the lay up. The shot gave Haws eight points and solidified him as the all-time scoring leader in BYU history.
Haws needed only seven points to pass Jimmer Fredette as BYU’s top career scorer.
A large crowd of BYU fans were on hand to cheer on the Cougars, making the 82-69 win feel less like a road game despite being in Portland. Fans came to see “Hawstory” and w…
BYU women’s basketball downed the Portland Pilot’s on a last second basket Feb. 26.
Morgan Bailey led all scorers with 17 points and 12 rebounds despite getting injured in their game last week against San Diego. “I hurt my ankle last week, but I was feeling good so coach kept me in,” Bailey said.
BYU’s bench players were key to the win. Cassie Broadhead brought four points and scored the game winning point for the Cougars. Kristine Fuller and Alohi Robins-Hardy each had three points.