After catching a morning flight to LAX, BYU softball arrived in Southern California ahead of its games against Loyola Marymount University in its final West Coast Conference series.
The Cougars shook the rust off at Smith Field on the beautiful LMU campus with some fielding and hitting work before the clouds gave way to rain.
Game one against the Lions will be streamed live Friday at noon PDT on The W.tv.
Traveling to Northern California
BYU softball departed Miller Park Thursday en route to Moraga, California, to face Saint Mary's in its first 2015 West Coast Conference series this weekend.
Prior to landing in Oakland, the Cougars flew on a plane that happened to be co-piloted by a former BYU football player.
The plane took off on time, avoiding the 5 p.m. no-fly zone before the President of the United States was set to land in Utah.
Broderick led BYU with a .365 average to go along with six home runs and 31 RBI. She was No. 84 in the country with three sacrifice flies and was the No. 65 toughest strikeout.
Bull finished the season with a 3.04 ERA and 191 strikeouts. Bull finished third in the country in saves and was 34th in strikeouts per seven innings.
PROVO, Utah – Sophomore Gordy Bravo was tabbed as the Field Player of the Year by CollegeSportsMadness.com in their preseason West Coast Conference awards.
Who We Played in the NCAA’s
PROVO, Utah--Senior shortstop JC Clayton and former Cougar outfielder and second baseman, Delaney Willard and Stacie Toney, were honored Tuesday at the men's basketball game for their All-American awards. The three players earned All-American accolades for their 45-win season in 2012, where they won the Western Athletic tournament championship and went onto the team's eight-straight postseason tournament.
The Cougar softball team received votes in the final polls released today after reaching the championship game of the NCAA Eugene Regional and finishing with a 45-15 record this past season.
In the USA Today/NFCA Division I Top 25 poll BYU garnered 12 votes to finish ranked No. 30 while getting four votes to finish tied for No. 37 in the ESPN.com/USA Softball Collegiate Top 25 poll.