Cougars sweep Pacific to gain WCC tournament berth

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PROVO, Utah – Senior Nicolette Poulsen and junior Savannah Ware led the BYU women's tennis team in a 4-0 victory over Pacific on Saturday's senior day match.

Bull's record-breaking game completes series sweep

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PROVO, Utah - In McKenna Bull’s ninth shutout of the season, BYU softball defeated the Saint Mary’s Gaels by a score of 1-0 to win the third of three West Coast Conferences games between the two teams this weekend.

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Rucker leads No. 20 BYU in 13-4 win over No. 25 Creighton

Junior righty Michael Rucker threw 7.1 innings of hitless ball in the 13-4 win over Creighton. (Photo by BYU Photo/Jaren Wilkey)

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PROVO, Utah – Junior righthander Michael Rucker kept No. 25 Creighton Bluejays flightless as No. 20 BYU cruised to a 13-4 win Friday night at Miller Park.

Thompson's perfect day leads Cougs to sweep Gaels in doubleheader

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PROVO, Utah – Ashley Thompson's three home runs on 7 for 7 hitting sparked BYU's doubleheader sweep (7-0, 13-2) Friday night at Gail Miller Field.

WCC success continues as Cougars sweep Gaels

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MORAGA, Calif. – With the regular season winding down, BYU men's tennis added another West Coast Conference victory with a 4-0 win at Saint Mary's on Friday.

Roberts and three players receive All-WCC honors

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PROVO, Utah — After one of the most successful seasons in program history and placing first at the West Coast Conference Championship, No. 36 BYU women's golf head coach Carrie Roberts and three players received All-WCC honors, Thursday.

Keaton Kringlen has emerged for BYU Baseball in his freshman season

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Kaufusi to play football and basketball in 2016-17

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PROVO, Utah – BYU basketball coach Dave Rose announced today that Corbin Kaufusi will play both football and basketball in 2016-17.

Kaufusi, a 6-foot-10, 255-pound athlete, will work out with both teams during the summer and transition full-time to football for fall camp in August where he will play on the defensive line. At the end of the football season, Kaufusi will join the basketball team for the remainder of the season.