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Four BYU teams in the top 25

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BYU’s football and women’s soccer teams entered the top 25 of their respective polls to join women’s volleyball and men’s cross country and give the Cougars four ranked teams.

Stanford and Florida State are the only programs in the nation to currently have their men’s cross country, football, women’s soccer and women’s volleyball teams all ranked in the top 25. The Cougar teams are ranked as follows: men’s cross country (No. 3), women’s volleyball (No. 15), women’s soccer (No. 17) and football (No. 25).

At home on Thursday & Saturday

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PROVO, Utah - The No. 17/8 BYU women's soccer team finishes up its six-game home swing with two this week against Cal Poly on Thursday, Sept. 13, at 7 p.m. MDT and No. 23 Washington on Saturday, Sept. 15, at 7 p.m. MDT.

The Cougars are now 6-1 on the year and looking to extend their four-game winning streak after two more wins last week over Texas and then-No. 6 Penn State. BYU has recorded double-digit shots in its last six games. 

After storied rivalry moment, Andrew George, Max Hall will influence another meeting with Utah

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Weekly Rankings

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PROVO, Utah - After an upset over No. 6 Penn State last weekend, the BYU women's soccer team found itself ranked in every major Division I soccer poll for this week. 

In the NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division I Top 25 national poll, the Cougars are ranked at No. 17. Upcoming opponent Washington is ranked No. 23 in the same poll.

The NSCAA also releases regional rankings in which the Cougars are ranked No. 1 in their West Region

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Cougars head to D.C. for George Washington Invite

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PROVO, Utah—Still undefeated on the season, the No. 15 BYU women’s volleyball team takes to Washington, D.C., for the George Washington Invitational Friday and Saturday, the team’s final tournament before conference play.

The Cougars, now 9-0, are enjoying their highest ranking since 2007, when they finished the season at No. 12.

In the nation’s capital, BYU will face three East Coast schools—New Hampshire Friday at 5 p.m. EDT, Princeton on Saturday at noon EDT and host George Washington at 7 p.m. EDT.

Feature: Carlee Payne Holmoe

You know those people who just seem to have life all figured out? Well, the BYU women’s soccer team has one of those people on this year’s team and her name’s Carlee Payne Holmoe; senior soccer star, recently married to the man of her dreams, successful academic and athletic career, supportive parents, etc.

Braden Hansen: faith, family and football

Braden Hansen, senior offensive lineman, has started in every game of his career at BYU.

A 6-foot-6 senior offensive lineman from Sandy, Utah, Braden Hansen knew from a young age he wanted to play football for BYU, but what he didn’t know was how much his life would change from the experience.

“Since I was probably three or four years old, my grandpa had season tickets,” Hansen said. “He’d always bring me and my two brothers to the home games. Since I was a little kid I grew up coming to all the games. I’ve been trained since I was young to be a BYU Cougar.”

Head coach Bronco Mendenhall post-practice comments - Utah

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The following are comments from head coach Bronco Mendenhall's post-practice press briefing, along with comments from BYU's three captains, quarterback Riley Nelson, linebacker Brandon Ogletree and running back David Foote.

BYU at Utah Game Notes - Game 3

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BYU will hit the road for the first time in 2012 to take on the Utah Utes on Saturday, Sep. 15 in the Deseret First Duel rivalry game. Kickoff is set for 8:15 p.m. MT and will be broadcast live from Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on ESPN2 and KSL Radio 1160 AM, 102.7 FM and ksl.com.