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BYU Cougarettes competing for first world...

The BYU Cougarettes have won a national championship 19 times. That’s right — the all-female dance crew that often entertains the crowd during breaks at BYU basketball and football games has been crowned the nation's top dance squad 19 times, including twice this year.

Cougarettes win double national championship

The BYU Cougarettes clinched the National Dance Alliance National Championships in the hip hop and jazz divisions April 5-6 in Daytona, Florida, winning their 18th and 19th national titles.

BYU cheer and STUNT team ranked...

The BYU cheer and STUNT team was ranked fifth in the nation for Division I schools after its first season competing in STUNT. STUNT is currently...

BYU athletes talk Black History Month

Students discuss their experiences as black athletes at BYU in reflection of Black History Month.

BYU celebrates Girls, Women in Sports...

Female athletes gathered at the Marriott Center on Saturday, Feb. 3 to showcase the positive role athletics can play for young girls prior to the women’s basketball game against Gonzaga.

Senior cheerleader honors late father at...

BYU cheerleader Anna Richey has been rooting for the Cougars since before she was even born. While competing at US Nationals in 2015, Anna got the call that her father had passed way. She decided to stay as a tribute to him.

BYU cheerleaders on the road

The BYU Spirit Squad travels during the year for tournaments, games and various competitions. They are always there to support the Cougars, no matter how far from Provo.
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BYU men’s volleyball punches ticket to national championship game with victory over Lewis

The No. 2 BYU men's volleyball team advanced to the national championship game with a 3-1 victory over Lewis in the NCAA tournament semifinals on Thursday night at the Covelli Center in Columbus, Ohio.

Matt Haarms will not return for extra year with BYU men’s basketball

Multiple BYU sports insiders reported on Thursday that BYU men's basketball center Matt Haarms will not be returning to Provo for his extra year of eligibility.
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