The West Coast Conference announced July 16 it is delaying competition in all fall sports until Sept. 24, pushing back the start date for BYU women's soccer, women's volleyball and both men's and women's cross country.
It is hard to pinpoint one defining moment for BYU Men's Volleyball in 2020 because the Cougars won 17 matches in a row, but the sweep at No. 1 Hawaii on March 5 to cap off the winning streak seems like a good place to start.
In March of this year, Gabi Garcia Fernandez broke the record for the most service aces at BYU. We are using visuals to take a deeper look at the serve BYUtv's Jarom Jordan called, "the most dangerous volleyball play in the game this year."
While all athletes were impacted by the cancellation of the spring season, BYU seniors, who were anticipating 2020 to be the final year of their college career, are now faced with the decision to either stay for an unforeseen fifth year or begin the next chapter in life.
There will always be questions of what could have been for the BYU men’s volleyball team this season, but what will never be questioned is the love this team had for each other. They were and still are family, a band of brothers.
No. 1 BYU men's volleyball traveled to Honolulu for two matches against No. 2 Hawaii on Thursday, March 5 and Friday, March 6 in the sold out Stan Sheriff Center. The matchup saw BYU sweep Hawaii on Thursday (25-15, 25-17, 25-20) and then fall to Hawaii in its second five-set match of the season on Friday (25-20, 25-22, 22-25, 23-25, 17-19).