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BYU athletic careers inspire Mitch, Madie...

The names of Mitch Mathews and Madie Lyons Mathews have often been mentioned in regards to BYU sports. Between Mitch’s football career and Madie’s soccer and track career, the Mathews were hard to miss. Both athletes have taken what they learned on the field to become successful entrepreneurs.

The Eppich relationship of two BYU...

Lyndie Haddock-Eppich created a legacy for herself during her time as a member of the BYU women’s volleyball team.

Track and Field receives multiple All-America...

BYU’s men’s and women’s track and field teams returned to Provo with six athletes receiving All-Americans at the NCAA Indoor Championships.

BYU sisters reunite on track team

Ellsworth sisters come together and break records with BYU Track and Field.

XC runner BYU’s first women’s WCC...

BYU cross country runner Erica Birk-Jarvis found out she was pregnant in 2017. After taking 20 months off running, Birk-Jarvis has made a remarkable comeback, making career best-times while balancing school, running and a family. 

Olympian, BYU stats professor fastest American...

  Jared Ward, a 2016 Olympian and BYU professor, didn’t know if he’d even be competing for the 2018 New York City Marathon due to...

BYU takes No. 2, No. 3...

The BYU men's and women's cross country team took the No. 2 and No. 3 spots as a team at the NCAA Mountain Regional...

Former Olympians find continued success as...

BYU is known for a variety of things such as its religious commitments, subsidized tuition, and athletic programs. Something that isn't often recognized about the university is the amount of Olympians who call BYU their alma mater.

BYU cross country wins WCC title

BYU men's and women's cross country teams took first place at the West Coast Conference (WCC) Championships at the East Bay Golf Course on Oct. 27.

‘Run for her:’ the motto BYU...

The BYU women's cross country team lives by these three words — "run for her."

BYU athletics participates in inclusion campaigns

BYU athletics participated in a five-day NCAA facilitated social media campaign to promote diversity and inclusion. The campaign ran Oct. 1–5 with the hashtag #NCAAInclusion. This hashtag was Twitter's eighth most trending topic in the nation the first day of the campaign, according to Yannick Kluch, a 2018–19 postgraduate intern in the NCAA Office of Inclusion. Each day of the campaign had a diversity and inclusion related theme.

BYU cross country to host WCC...

For the first time since entering the West Coast Conference in 2010, BYU cross country will host the WCC Championship at the East Bay Golf Course on Oct. 27.
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BYU women’s volleyball falls to San Diego for second time in the 2019 season

BYU fell to San Diego (18-25, 25-23, 24-26, 25-16, 9-15) in a five-set match between the top two teams of the West Coast Conference on Friday, Nov. 15. Before the game, the teams were tied, the Cougars at a 22-3 overall record and 13-1 in the WCC with the Toreros sitting a at 20-5 overall record and 13-1 in the WCC. San Diego now sits comfortably atop the WCC with the win and has a strong chance of capturing the WCC title.

No. 2 seed BYU women’s soccer beats Boise State 5-1 in first round of NCAA tournament

BYU advanced to the second round of the NCAA tournament with a big win over Mountain West champion Boise State. This marks the first meeting between the two programs and Boise State's first NCAA tournament appearance since 2009.
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