BYU swimming and diving is preparing to kick off the 2019-20 season in an annual exhibition relay meet against Utah on Friday, Sept. 20. The men's and women's teams have a combined 14 incoming freshman who are preparing to compete in 2019.
The Olympics often seem like an unachievable dream for most athletes no matter the sport. But after winter swim nationals, BYU swimmers Brynn Sproul and Payton Sorenson are one step closer to competing in Tokyo in 2020.
Wispy strands of steam waft from the surface of the outdoor pool at the Riverside Country Club in Provo, not because the water is particularly warm, (though it is heated), but more so because the surrounding air is incredibly cold, freezing even.
Gonzales described her nine month recovery process following a torn ACL as "the smoothest physical recovery." However, the road back to the court presented unexpected mental and emotional challenges for the redshirt sophomore.