It was the third set. BYU men’s volleyball was behind 14-9 when the Lybberts wandered into the Smith Fieldhouse for the first time on Feb. 12, 1993. The couple had recently moved into the area and were driving the streets in search of something to do. They saw something was going on in the Smith Fieldhouse and decided to check it out. The building was packed, but the Lybberts found seats on the upper level on the north side and settled in to see what all the excitement was about.
No. 4 BYU women’s soccer finished its regular season undefeated (17-0-1) after winning against LMU 8-1. The Cougars gained another WCC title and will move on to the first round of the 2019 NCAA Division I Women’s College Cup for the 20th time since joining the NCAA in 1995.
McKenna Miller has returned from injury to play out her final season for BYU women's volleyball. The road to recovery from an ACL injury that she sustained in November 2019 hasn't been easy, but she said she is excited to be back.
Ohio State defensive end Chase Young's four-game suspension has been dropped to two games leaving the Heisman Trophy hopeful eligible to play in the team's matchups against No. 9 Penn State and No. 14 Michigan. Ohio State announced the news on Nov. 13. The circumstances surrounding Young's suspension mirrors BYU forward Yoeli Childs', however, the NCAA chose to not lessen his.
Seven current BYU athletes, three former students and an adjunct professor are qualified for Olympic trials where they will compete to represent the U.S., Zimbabwe and the Dominican Republic in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic games. Meet BYU’s Olympic trial qualifiers.