BYU Fan Fest brings fans together for third year straight

BYU fans gathered in Lehi for a stop on the third annual BYU Athletics Fan Fest tour on May 28. Parents, children, and fans of all ages lined up to meet their favorite BYU athletes and get autographs.

BYU Athletics estimates they had over 1,000 fans in attendance at their first stop in Irvine, California. “Instead of always trying to get fans to come to us, we decided to go to them in their hometowns,” BYU Athletic Marketing Director David Almodova said.

Fans met and interacted with BY…

Now I Can Foundation gives hope to disabled children

A 14-year-old freshman at Provo High is one of the newest members of the JV cheer team. This would be no extraordinary feat, except that she has Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy.

Colby Anne Christensen was diagnosed with the disease when she was a baby. It affects the right side of her body.

The first four years of Christensen’s life were full of weekly physical therapy sessions, but none seemed to do the trick. Her parents, heard of an intensive physical therapy program in Poland specific to…

Real Salt Lake loses to LA Galaxy 1-0

Real Salt Lake began its two-game road trip in disappointing fashion by losing to the LA Galaxy 1-0 in Los Angeles Wednesday night. RSL had tied the Galaxy at home earlier this month and had hoped to continue the good form it displayed at home against New York City FC on May 23.

The lone goal of the night came from a penalty kick that Galaxy player Vitor “Juninho” Junior converted in the seventh minute. RSL repeatedly attacked the goal but only had one shot on goal. Head coach Jeff Cassar…

BYU university rankings

BYU University Rankings
By Victoria Wilkins

#62 Best National University
#6 Least Debt
#14 Best Value School
#34 Undergraduate Business Programs
#2 Accounting Specialty
#12 International Business Specialty
#16 Entrepreneurship Specialty
(US News and World Report)

#4 College for Entrepreneurship for 2015 Undergrad
Source: Princeton Review

#7 College for Entrepreneurship for 201…

Former RSL stars return, lose on the field but win with fans

Jason Kreis is the stereotype for stoic sports coaches who don’t say much. He showed a rare bit of emotion when speaking about Real Salt Lake. “It was definitely odd,” he said Kreis, “to be on the other side of the field, to look at the players as opponents and not my players.”

The former head coach of RSL now coaches New York City FC, a team that also fields former RSL defender Chris Wingert and former midfielder Ned Grabavoy, as well as training and assistant coaching staff from Salt La…