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BYU Baseball Policies


Player and coaches interviews must be scheduled through Ralph Zobell in the Athletic Media Relations office at (801) 422-8948. Interview requests must be made 24 hours in advance. Interviews for breaking news will be granted as soon as possible. Telephone interviews must be arranged through the Athletic Media Relations office.

Media Services

A weekly release will be issued via e-mail and will be available at Notes, season statistics, rosters, programs and media guides will be provided to working media prior to each home game. Official statistics will be made available after each game. Post-game interviews will be held after each game with BYU coach Vance Law and requested players.

Media Work Room

The press box at Miller Park serves as a media work room. An analog phone line is available for filing stories. Collect or credit card calls can be made from the line.

Broadcast Phone Lines

Phone lines for live broadcasts will be installed only upon special request. Radio line requests must be made at least two weeks prior to the match.

BYU on the Internet

The weekly release, most up-to-date news, statistics and information is available 24 hours a day on BYU's official athletics website - To receive the weekly release and post-event recaps via email please contact the media relations office.

Credential Requests

Requests for press, broadcast and photo credentials for home games should be made in writing. Requests should be directed to:

Ralph Zobell

BYU Athletic Media Relations

30 Smith Fieldhouse

Provo, Utah 84602

Fax: (801) 422-0633


Reporters representing papers with daily or next-day editions, national magazines, wire services, live television and radio broadcasts and television and radio stations covering for nightly news shall be given priority. Spouses, dates, non-workers and children are not allowed in the working media areas.


Parking is free. No parking permit is required. Parking is available in the lot directly north of Miller Park. Parking in that lot can be limited during graduation and occasional other events conducted at the nearby Marriott Center.