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BYU falls to No. 18 Stanford despite strong performance

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BURLINGAME, Calif. – Despite strong performances in both singles and doubles, the BYU men's tennis team fell to No. 18 Stanford in a close 4-3 match on Saturday at the Broadway Tennis Center.

Mika records seventh-straight double-double in road win over Pacific

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BYU vs. Pacific Postgame Notes

STOCKTON, California – BYU basketball put together its best defensive effort of the season to come away with a 62-47 against the Pacific Tigers at Alex G. Spanos Center on Saturday.

Broadhead’s 23 points propel BYU past Pacific

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PROVO, Utah — Cassie Broadhead’s 23 points propelled BYU women’s basketball past Pacific 68-50 at the Marriott Center Saturday afternoon. 

Worthington helps No. 3 Cougars beat No. 14 Matadors in four

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NORTHRIDGE, Calif. – Libero Mitchel Worthington’s defense helped No. 3 BYU men’s volleyball beat No. 14 CSUN in four sets (26-24, 25-15, 22-25, 26-24) Friday night at the Matadome.

“We had another great team win tonight,” BYU head coach Shawn Olmstead said. “Each one of these guys showed a ton of heart and fight. I'm proud of the way they battled back to take the first and fourth sets.”

Despite season-best performance, Cougars fall to Aggies at home

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PROVO, Utah – While earning the highest team score of the 2017 season, BYU gymnastics fell to Utah State by a score of 195.300 to 195.200 on Friday night at the Smith Fieldhouse.

“We really held our own tonight; our performances were great and we’ll take the score and we’ll move forward,” BYU head coach Guard Young said. “I love that we were able to bring in a lot of different players, give them experience and let them compete.”

Cougars hit the road to face Pacific

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BYU Game Notes

Coming off a dominant home win over Pepperdine, BYU basketball hits the road to take on Pacific in the Alex G. Spanos Center Saturday at 3 p.m. PST. Saturday's game will be televised live on CSN Bay Area, Spectrum SportsNet and ROOT Northwest and broadcast live on the Cougar IMG Sports Network, 102.7 FM/1160 AM and BYU Radio – Sirius XM 143. A live video stream will also be available on

Nacua, Brown, Eide set to compete in NFLPA Collegiate Bowl

PROVO, Utah (Jan. 20, 2017)—Three BYU players—Kai Nacua, Algernon Brown and Andrew Eide—will play in the sixth annual NFLPA Collegiate Bowl on Saturday at the StubHub Center on the campus of California State University Dominquez Hills in Carson, California. The game will be nationally televised at 4:15 p.m. ET/2:15 p.m. MT on Fox Sports 1.

In a tie for first place in the WCC, BYU women host Pacific Saturday

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PROVO, Utah— After Thursday’s road win at Pepperdine, BYU women’s basketball (11-7, 5-2) is now tied with Gonzaga for first place in the latest West Coast Conference standings.

This Saturday, January 21, the Cougars host Pacific (8-10, 4-3) in a 2 p.m. MT tip. The contest between the Cougars and Tigers will be carried live on BYUtv and simulcast on BYU Radio.

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Men's Basketball - Pepperdine Highlights

Highlights from the Men's Basketball team win over Pepperdine.

Season-high 14 three's lift Cougars over Waves

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MALIBU, Calif. — Behind an incredible first half of outside shooting and 19 points from Makenzi Pulsipher, BYU women’s basketball cruised past Pepperdine for the 73-47 win at the Firestone Fieldhouse on Thursday night.