The BYU women’s rugby team captured their first-ever national title on May 4 with an overwhelming 48-0 win over Virginia Tech. The story for this game, however, is more than the final score. This game represented not only the 2019 roster but every athlete who has ever put on a rugby jersey representing BYU.

The BYU dunk team does look a little differently this year. That’s because, flying high with the team this year is its first-ever female member, Camdyn Roberts.

BYU hockey came one step closer to nationals in Tempe, Arizona, as the team shut out Grand Canyon University at the ACHA West Regional Tournament March 1.

The Cougars will receive a second chance at earning BYU hockey its first regional title when the team takes on GCU yet again on March 1.

BYU hockey came one step closer to nationals in Tempe, Arizona, as the team shut out Grand Canyon University at the ACHA West Regional Tournament March 1.

The Cougars will receive a second chance at earning BYU hockey its first regional title when the team takes on GCU yet again on March 1.

The Utah Grizzlies hosted a Grizzlies Fight Cancer event Feb. 15 and 16. The two-night event was dedicated to raising money for cancer research and giving back to local organizations that focus on cancer and illness.

The No. 7 BYU hockey team defeated Utah State 2-0 in Logan on Saturday, Feb. 9, capturing the Mountain West Collegiate Hockey League Championship (MWCHL) for the first time in the team’s history.

Dan Cole, a former BYU lacrosse player, is using his public relations degree from BYU in his job working for the United States Air Force.

In a monumental season, the BYU men’s lacrosse program reached their highest rank in the last four years while at the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA) tournament in 2018. They returned from the tournament ranked No. 3 in the league.

BYU lacrosse players put time and energy into competing at a high level, and Coach Matt Schneck of the men’s team and Coach Nikki Dabrowski of the women’s team know this better than anyone — they were each once players on their respective teams.

BYU hosts 21 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) varsity athletic teams, but there are six extramural teams that have seen a lot of success over the years. Here’s a list of six extramural teams sponsored by BYU and how long they have been around.

The BYU women’s rugby team captured their first-ever national title on May 4 with an overwhelming 48-0 win over Virginia Tech. The story for this game, however, is more than the final score. This game represented not only the 2019 roster but every athlete who has ever put on a rugby jersey representing BYU.

After growing up side-by-side in the rugby world, brothers Seen and Celcius Tarawhiti are making a name for themselves 7,678 miles away from their home country of Australia.

Amid the chaos of coaches’ play calls and rugby players being signaled by the whistle, the sidelines featured a new, less intimidating addition: Baby Bo Hebdon.

A new staff of young, former players aims to bring energy and passion back to the men’s rugby team after the resignation of David Smyth and his staff rocked the program this summer.

The BYU dunk team does look a little differently this year. That’s because, flying high with the team this year is its first-ever female member, Camdyn Roberts.

The men’s soccer program caps an undefeated regular season with an appearance in the Elite Eight and set sights high for next year.

The BYU Racquetball team may be a lesser-known competitive sport on campus, but it has brought many national titles to the university. 

BYU hosts 21 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) varsity athletic teams, but there are six extramural teams that have seen a lot of success over the years. Here’s a list of six extramural teams sponsored by BYU and how long they have been around.