Men's Basketball - Saint Mary's Highlights

Highlights from the Cougars 70-59 win over Saint Mary's.

BYU vs. Saint Mary's Postgame Notes and Quotes

PLAYER NOTES

Kyle Collinsworth finished with 17 points, 9 rebounds and 7 assists. It was his his 87thcareer game in double-figure scoring and 22nd this season. With 17 points, Collinsworth upped his total to 1,504 career points, moving into 16th place at BYU. He is the only player in the NCAA in the last 20 years with at least 1,500 career points, 900 career rebounds and 600 career assists. He also started his 118th game to tie Danny Ainge for No. 7 in BYU history.

Cougars complete halftime comeback to surge past first-place Gaels 70-59

Men's Basketball Blog | Feb 04, 2016 - Posted by Royce Hinton at 8:56 pm | Permalink

An inbounds layup from Kyle Davis helped BYU tie the score at 39-all coming out of the first timeout of the second half.

Kyle Collinsworth later completed an old-fashioned 3-point play to give his team the 44-41 advantage, the first Cougar lead since the 3:27 mark of the first half.

Cougars down 37-33 at the half

Men's Basketball Blog | Feb 04, 2016 - Posted by Preston Brown at 7:52 pm | Updated: February 4, 2016 7:54 pm | Permalink

BYU and Saint Mary’s traded baskets to start the first half, with the Cougars going up 5-2 on shots from Kyle Collinsworth and Chase Fischer with a minute gone.

A deep 3-pointer from Jakob Hartsock gave the 10-6 lead back to the Cougars at the 15 minute mark.

After two quick Saint Mary’s baskets, Fischer hit two jumpers, including a shot from deep, that put BYU up 15-12 with 14 minutes to play in the first.

Four soccer standouts sign to play at BYU

PROVO, Utah – BYU women’s soccer signed four recruits on Wednesday who will join the team this fall for the 2016 season. The group includes three players from Utah and one from California. The four players will be joined by four return missionaries to replace the three seniors the Cougars lost this past season.

BYU Football announces 2016 recruiting class

BYU football head coach Kalani Sitake (Photo by BYU Photo/Jaren Wilkey)

PROVO, Utah – Head coach Kalani Sitake today announced BYU’s 2016 football recruiting class, consisting of 23 high school signees and two junior college transfers.

In addition to the 25 signees, BYU welcomes back six scholarship players returning from LDS missions.

“We are excited to announce our 2016 recruiting class,” Sitake said. “We got better across the board, adding speed, size and length. We can’t wait to get this new group here and get to work."

BYU Named 2016 WCC Softball Favorites

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BYU voted to finish first in WCC preseason poll

PROVO, Utah – BYU softball was voted to finish first and four players were recognized in the West Coast Conference preseason poll released on Wednesday.

After winning two-consecutive WCC championships, the Cougars were picked in the preseason to repeat for a third time. BYU received five first-place votes to put them at the top, while Pacific and Loyola Marymount were voted to finish in second and third, respectively.

Collinsworth's BYU career rebounding mark a feat for the ages

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