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Fall BYU Olympic sports canceled with...

The West Coast Conference announced Aug. 13 it is postponing all fall competition due to COVID-19 risks, canceling all BYU fall sports but football.

West Coast Conference delays start of...

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.

Top 7 BYU multi-sport athletes

The Universe takes a look at nine of the most successful multi-sport athletes to step foot on the BYU campus within the last 50 years.

Current and former BYU stars explain...

Former Cougars who have turned their collegiate careers into professional accolades say the key to their success has come through sacrifice and passion for their sport.

Rivalry results — BYU tops Utah,...

Because of a national title in men's cross country, a second place finish in women's cross country and a fifth place finish in soccer, the Division I Learfield IMG College Director's Cup has BYU athletics ranked fourth in the country behind Virginia, Michigan and Stanford. Boise State comes in at No. 23 in IMG Director's Cup results and ranks second among the four rivals, while Utah sits at No. 43 and Utah State ranks No. 66.

BYU women’s volleyball flies to round...

No. 14 seeded BYU women’s volleyball will move on to the second round of the NCAA Tournament after defeating New Mexico (25-7,25-23,25-19) in its eighth-straight NCAA tournament appearance. The team has 22-straight wins at home tournament games in the last 25 years.

BYU defeats Pepperdine and finishes regular...

BYU women’s volleyball finished its regular season 25-4 after defeating Pepperdine in five sets (25-15, 25-19, 20-25, 20-25, 15-3).

BYU women’s volleyball earns 14th sweep...

BYU women’s volleyball earned its 14th sweep of the season (25-25, 25-24, 25-17) in its match against Portland on Nov. 21.

Volleyball standout Madelyn Robinson not taking...

It’s 8 p.m. in Provo. While most students are doing homework or heading out for the night, Madelyn Robinson is getting some much-needed rest before she wakes up the next morning at 4:30.

BYU women’s volleyball falls to San...

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.

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.
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