No. 12 Cougars head to Oklahoma City for Final Four

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PROVO, Utah – No. 12 BYU women’s volleyball travels to Oklahoma City this week to play in the national semifinals of the NCAA tournament.

The Cougars will first face off against No. 2-seed Texas. With a win, BYU would advance to play either No. 1-seed Stanford or No. 5-seed Penn State.

Last week, the Cougars won a four-set thriller against No. 6-seed Florida State before sweeping No. 14-seed Nebraska to advance out of the Seattle regional.

No. 2 Texas

Koroma named ESPN True Freshman All-America

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PROVO, Utah–Freshman center Tejan Koroma was named to the ESPN True Freshman All-America Team Monday.

Koroma is the only player from a non-Power 5 school named to the 22-player list.

Out of Allen, Texas, Koroma dominated on the field, grading out as BYU's top offensive lineman and most consistent game-to-game performer with more than five flat-back blocks per game. He was the only true freshman in the FBS this year to start every game at center while playing the most snaps of any player on the BYU offensive line.

BYU Advances to Final Four with win over Nebraska

With a win over Nebraska the BYU Women's Volleyball team advances to the NCAA Volleyball Final Four where the Cougars will face Texas on Dec. 18. Video created by NCAA.com.

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Jennifer Hamson in pursuit of NCAA championship

Jennifer Hamson has made several appearances in the NCAA Sweet 16 in basketball and volleyball, but is now headed to the Final Four. (Photo by Jaren Wilkey/BYU Photo)

This story was originally published in the BYU-Virginia football game program on September 20, 2014

When you’re 6-foot-7 most people expect you to be good at sports. Luckily for two-sport All-American Jennifer Hamson, a career in athletics has always been in the picture.

Mac's Gift Children's Cancer Foundation party set for Wednesday

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PROVO, Utah – BYU basketball will continue its tradition of helping bring joy to families of children with cancer at the annual party for the Mac’s Gift Children’s Cancer Foundation on Wednesday, Dec. 17.

The foundation, formerly known as the Children with Cancer Christmas Foundation, was renamed Mac’s Gift last year in honor of Mac Boyter, the organization’s founder. Boyter passed away in October of 2013.

BYU advances to Final Four with upset of Huskers

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SEATTLE Alexa Gray led No. 12 BYU women's volleyball to a sweep (25-21, 25-20, 25-21) against No. 14-seed Nebraska in Washington to advance to its second-ever NCAA tournament national semifinals.

Neilson scores career high in victory over Wildcats

BYU vs. Weber State Notes and Quotes

BYU vs. Weber State Box Score

OGDEN, Utah – Freshman Isaac Neilson scored a career-high 15 points in a 76-60 victory over Weber State Saturday night at the Dee Events Center. 

BYU beats Utah 60-56 in Deseret First Duel

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SALT LAKE CITY – Morgan Bailey’s double-double led BYU women’s basketball to a 60-56 victory over Utah in the Huntsman Center on Saturday.

Hamson and BYU rally past Florida State for Elite 8 berth

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SEATTLE Jennifer Hamson led No. 12 BYU women's volleyball to a four-set (25-20, 25-19, 19-25, 26-24) victory Friday night at Alaska Airlines Arena to advance to the regional finals of the NCAA tournament.

Women's volleyball prepares for battle with No. 6 Florida State

Women's Volleyball Blog | Dec 11, 2014 - Posted by Royce Hinton at 9:34 pm | Updated: December 11, 2014 9:36 pm | Permalink

BYU women's volleyball began their first full day in Seattle by studying for finals and viewing film on their opponent. The Cougars then headed over to Alaska Airlines Arena for a press conference and practice. Coach Shawn Olmstead, junior outside hitter Alexa Gray and senior opposite Jennifer Hamson addressed the media and fielded questions.