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Mary Lake sets new BYU women’s...

Mary Lake has accomplished a great deal during her volleyball career. She has become an All-American, played for the U.S. National Team and received three WCC Player of the Week nominations. Most recently, on Nov. 7, she surpassed the previous BYU women’s volleyball digs record of 1,793 career digs. Lake reached 1,794 in the match.

BYU athletes and alums seek to...

Seven current BYU athletes, three former students and an adjunct professor are qualified for Olympic trials where they will compete to represent the U.S., Zimbabwe and the Dominican Republic in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic games. Meet BYU’s Olympic trial qualifiers.

BYU volleyball superfans dedicate hours to...

It was the third set. BYU men’s volleyball was behind 14-9 when the Lybberts wandered into the Smith Fieldhouse for the first time on Feb. 12, 1993. The couple had recently moved into the area and were driving the streets in search of something to do. They saw something was going on in the Smith Fieldhouse and decided to check it out. The building was packed, but the Lybberts found seats on the upper level on the north side and settled in to see what all the excitement was about.

McKenna Miller’s comeback

BYU women's volleyball player McKenna Miller is back playing this season after an injury last year. Reporter...

McKenna Miller returns from injury to play...

McKenna Miller has returned from injury to play out her final season for BYU women's volleyball. The road to recovery from an ACL injury that she sustained in November 2019 hasn't been easy, but she said she is excited to be back.

BYU women’s volleyball continues winning streak...

BYU women’s volleyball defeated Pacific (22-25, 25-11, 25-12, 25-20) to continue their four-year winning streak over the Tigers.

BYU women’s volleyball team defeats St....

The BYU women's volleyball team defeated St. Mary's 3 sets to 0 last night in a Halloween-themed...

Women’s volleyball made better by Heather

Heather Gneiting was named national Freshman of the Year last season, a first for BYU. She also represented the United States in Japan at the Under-20 World Championships and tried out for the Olympics. She’s proved to be an integral part of the team with her 313 kills and 215 blocks.

No. 9 BYU women’s volleyball falls...

BYU women’s volleyball fell to San Diego in a back-and-forth matchup that extended to five sets. This loss ended the team’s 10 game winning streak.

A snapshot of BYU Homecoming Week...

A brief look into BYU's 2019 homecoming sporting events.

BYU women’s volleyball sweeps Santa Clara

BYU women’s volleyball continued its 10-game winning streak as it swept Santa Clara (25-16, 25-11, 25-10) on Saturday, Oct. 12.

50 facts for 50 years of...

50 years have passed since BYU started recording women's volleyball's stats. The team has been making history on and off the court ever since.
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