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BYU culture makes positive impact on...

Non-member Keoni and Libby Almeida discuss their experience of their daughter, Madeline, getting baptized into The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and married all within 2019.

BYU-affiliated USTA women’s club teaches the...

The 16-women BYU-affiliated USTA team shares the secret to success, and it doesn't have to do with the final score.

BYU women’s coach turns her tennis...

BYU women's tennis head coach Holly Parkinson Hasler began the sport she loved at a young age, only to go professional as a freshman out of college. While her professional career was remarkable, the BYU alum found her happiness through the blessing of a broken wrist.

BYU Men’s Tennis Team Finishes Season...

The BYU Men’s Tennis team wrapped up their fall season last week with a final match at...

Jack Barnett finds brotherhood with BYU...

As a junior in high school, Jack and his parents made the decision to send him to Barcelona, Spain, where he would be able to practice and learn among some of the top junior players in the world. While this was a difficult decision to make, Jack’s mother, Janine, said she has always loved being able to aid her children as they worked towards their individualized goals.

Two Cougars take top spots at...

BYU tennis battled it out earlier this month at the ITA Mountain Regional Championship in Denver. Sean Hill and Mateo Vereau Melendez took first and second place respectively and secured two spots at the ITA National Fall Championships.

Women’s tennis makes a comeback with...

BYU women’s tennis head coach Holly Parkinson Hasler and assistant coach Dillon Porter are determined to push their team to its limit as they work towards being ranked for the 2019-20 season.

Women’s tennis player Leah Heimuli transfers...

Junior Leah Heimuli accepted the offer to play for the BYU women’s tennis team after three years playing at two different universities. BYU is her third.

Two new players, two completely different...

The BYU women’s tennis team has new weapons in its armory, including freshmen Emilee Astle and Emma Jewell.

BYU men’s tennis team members act...

The BYU men’s tennis team traveled to Taipei, Hong Kong, Beijing, and Xi’an only to discover lifelong lessons along the way.

Honor Code, school credibility motivate Helen...

Freshman Helen Jiao, originally from Xi’an, China came to BYU in May 2019 to pursue her dreams of becoming a highly competitive tennis athlete. Although not of the same faith as most students that attend BYU, Helen decided to accept the BYU offer and travel around the globe at the recommendation of her coach, Alan Ma.

BYU women’s tennis dominates Portland, narrowly...

BYU women’s tennis played two back-to-back home matches March 15-16, defeating the University of Portland on Friday while losing to the women of the University of Utah on Saturday.
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Photo Story: No. 23 BYU takes down No. 2 Gonzaga in historic event that spanned more than four days

The hype for the No. 23 BYU vs. No. 2 Gonzaga matchup could be seen all around Provo in the days leading up to the game itself. A stretch known as "tent city" emerged outside the Marriott Center doors on the night of Wednesday, Feb. 19, as students set-up camp in hopes to get the best seats when the arena doors opened four days later on Saturday. The trail of tents stretched from the Marriott Center doors to BYU's administration building with thousands of students waiting to get their seats.

No. 23 BYU upsets No. 2 Gonzaga in first-ever ranked matchup between the two squads

No. 23 BYU men's basketball overcame the pressure to hand No. 2 Gonzaga its second overall loss this season.
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