The BYU women’s volleyball team went 2-1 at the Shocker Classic over the weekend in Wichita, Kansas, with wins against Wichita State (3-1) and Virginia Commonwealth University (3-1) but a loss against No. 3 Texas (1-3).
BYU continues its winning streak with a 2-0 win over Texas A&M, marking BYU’s first 5-0 start in nine years. This also marks the second time in less than a week that a BYU team has taken down an SEC team.
BYU football's season-opening loss to Utah seems almost like a distant memory as the Cougars took down Tennessee in an exciting double-overtime win in Knoxville on Saturday. The team now looks forward to its upcoming matchup with No. 24 USC.
It's easy to pull the plug on BYU football after a season-opening loss to Utah and assume the program is a sinking ship for the 2019 season, but there is a lot more than the final score to keep in mind.
Despite trailing by only 3 points entering the second half, BYU gave up 181 yards to Utah running back Zach Moss and turned the ball over three times and went on to lose 30-12. The loss extends Utah's winning streak in the rivalry to nine.
BYU football Head Coach Kalani Sitake started the More2Life foundation to give his players service opportunities outside of BYU athletics, and the charity has since sent BYU football players to Harlem, Compton and elsewhere to serve and mentor inner-city youth.