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)
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.

Haws and Collinsworth receive NABC All-District honors

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. – BYU guards Tyler Haws and Kyle Collinsworth were named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches All-District 9 Team Friday. The All-District teams were selected and voted on by member coaches of the NABC.

For the third-straight year, Haws has been named to the NABC All-District 9 First Team. Earlier this season he was named to the All-WCC and USBWA All-District VIII First Teams, also for the third-straight year.

Toreros continue stranglehold with 7-1 victory

Hayden Nielsen scored BYU's lone run in a 7-1 loss Thursday at the University of San Diego. (Photo by BYU Photo/Mark Philbrick)

SAN DIEGO—Perennial power San Diego continued its stranglehold over BYU baseball with a 7-1 victory Thursday night to start a three-game series.

No. 29 USD (14-9 overall, 6-1 in league), behind the nine strikeouts by David Hill (5-2), won a pitcher’s duel and padded its first-place lead in the West Coast Conference. The Cougars (11-14, 4-3) had runners in scoring position a couple times from their five hits during the game, but failed to capitalize like the Toreros.

Eyestone selected as coach for U.S. Junior Men's Team

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PROVO, Utah – BYU track and field coach Ed Eyestone will lead the United States Junior Men’s Cross Country team at the 41st IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Guiyang, China, March 28.

Dave Rose: A decade of excellence

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With the 2014-15 season in the books, BYU coach Dave Rose has completed 10 seasons as head coach of the Cougars. In his first season, Rose inherited a 9-win team that was picked to finish last in the Mountain West Conference in 2005-06. After leading that team to 20 wins and a second-place league finish, Rose has guided BYU basketball to the most successful decade in program history.

Offense gets last word in before scrimmage

BYU receiver Terenn Houk (BYU Photo/Jaren Wilkey)

PROVO, Utah – The offense stood out in Wednesday's continuation of spring practice as the receivers and quarterbacks were able to make several big plays.

"I'm really excited about what I saw offensively today," BYU head coach Bronco Mendenhall said. "Especially throwing the ball downfield, I think we're progressing nicely that way."

Utes win rain-shortened series opener, 9-3

Colton Shaver hit his fourth and fifth home runs, both solos, in a 9-3 loss at Utah. (Photo by BYU Photo/Mark Philbrick)

SALT LAKE CITY—Utah won a rain-shortened six-inning game 9-3 Tuesday night at Smith’s Ballpark in the first of three contests this season against BYU baseball.

Utah (8-15) won the game which was called over the Cougars (11-13) after coming from behind. The Utes took a 4-3 lead in the fifth inning, before a five-run sixth frame sealed the win after umpires walked off the field in what initially was to be a 30-minute rain delay.

Broderick and Bull tame Wildcats

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OGDEN, Utah – The pitcher-catcher duo of McKenna Bull and Sydney Broderick sparked BYU softball to an 8-0 victory over in-state opponent Weber State Tuesday afternoon.

Bull (19-5) picked up her 19th win of the season while Broderick drove in four runs, recording three or more RBI for the sixth time in her career as the Cougars (21-8) snapped the Wildcats' (22-11) seven-game win streak.

Cougars compete in NCAA regionals in California

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PROVO, Utah – BYU gymnastics will compete in the NCAA regional meet on Saturday, April 4, with hopes to earn a spot at the NCAA Championships.

"We're excited for the opportunity to compete in regionals again," BYU gymnastics coach Brad Cattermole said. "We've had a few bumps in the road this season with injuries, but the team has worked hard to get to where we are right now. We've worked hard to qualify and we'll be competing against a lot of great teams."

BYU Cougars Fought Hard Against Louisville Cardinals

BYU Cougars lost against Louisville Cardinals at the NCAA Tournament 53-86. The team is pressing forward to learn from this game despite the hard loss. Thank you BYU Women's Basketball Team for a good Year.