Riley Nelson receives fourth FBS Independent Player of the Week honor

Riley Nelson set career highs at Hawaii in completing 25 of 37 passes for 363 yards, while his three touchdown passes tied a career best. (Photo by Mark Philbrick/BYU Photo)
FOOTBALL BOWL SUBDIVISION INDEPENDENT PLAYERS OF THE WEEK NAMED
 
BYU quarterback Riley Nelson, Navy linebacker Matt Warrick and Navy placekicker Jon Teague have been named FBS Independent Players of the Week, for games from Nov. 26 through Dec.

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Women's tennis releases 2014-2015 schedule

Meghan Sheehan-Dizon (Photo by Jaren Wilkey/BYU Photo)

PROVO, Utah – BYU women’s tennis released its schedule for the upcoming season Thursday. The schedule features five tournaments in the fall to warm up for regular season matches beginning in January.

The Cougars will open play this year hosting the annual BYU Invitational Sept. 18-20. BYU will then play in the Cal Nike Invitational at UC Berkeley (Sept. 25-27), Utah State Hidden Duel (Oct. 3-4), ITA Regionals (Oct. 15-19) and the Arizona State Invite (Nov. 7-8).

Bronco On-The-Go Webisode 1

The first installment of the Bronco Mendehall On-The Go webisode series with host Greg Wrubell.

Tennessee, Baylor await Cougars in Week 2

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PROVO, Utah – No. 23 BYU women's soccer continues its season looking for its first victory after consecutive ties as the Cougars go on the road at Tennessee and face Baylor at home on Labor Day.

BYU tied both its games in the opening weekend. A 1-1 tie at Cal State Fullerton on Friday was followed by a scoreless draw in the regular season home opener Monday against Washington State.

Week 1 in Review

Women's Soccer Blog | Aug 27, 2014 - Posted by knielsen at 2:14 pm | Updated: August 27, 2014 2:23 pm | Permalink

PROVO, Utah – The season finally kicked off last weekend, but the Cougars are still sitting on the fence waiting for either a first win or a first loss in their upcoming games against Tennessee and Baylor. BYU tied Washington State and Cal State Fullerton over the weekend and played an extra 40 minutes of soccer along the way. The two draws didn't do too much damage as BYU only slipped from 22nd to 23rd in this week's coaches' poll.

New LED video displays added in Smith Fieldhouse

Women's Volleyball Blog | Aug 26, 2014 - Posted by Royce Hinton at 11:07 am | Permalink

In preparation for the upcoming 2014 women’s volleyball season, BYU has installed three new LED video displays around Elaine Michaelis Court at the Smith Fieldhouse.

The main scoreboard at center court has been replaced with a 9 feet by 16 feet, 6 mm LED display. Two new 3 feet by 12 feet, 10 mm displays have been added to the baselines. BYU partnered with YESCO Electronics, a digital signage solutions company out of Salt Lake City, on the production and installation of the new displays.

BYU Touchdown Club prepares for 2014

PROVO, Utah – Entering its fourth year, the Touchdown Club is a way for Cougar fans to celebrate BYU’s success on the field by making a donation for each touchdown BYU scores this season. One hundred percent of all donations are used to provide scholarships – primarily for former BYU walk-on football players who have earned a place on the team.

Perhaps more than any program in the nation, BYU has attracted and cultivated great walk-on players, including many who turned down scholarships from other schools to play for the Cougars.

BYU announces new tailgating options for the 2014 football season

(Photo by Bella Torgerson/BYU)

PROVO, Utah — BYU today announced revised tailgating plans for the 2014 home football season. In an effort to improve the tailgating experience at BYU, the new plan combines the RV lot with the regular tailgate parking (Lot 20) located directly north of the BYU Broadcasting Building.