BYU selected to play No. 3 Oregon in the Eugene Regional

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PROVO, Utah—No. 3 Oregon hosts BYU's softball team in the Cougars' ninth-straight postseason appearance and second-straight year at the Eugene Regional.

“We’re excited to be part of the NCAA tournament for our ninth-straight year," head coach Gordon Eakin said. "Oregon is a great program and we enjoyed our time there last year in the Regionals. They took great care of us and we’re looking forward to the opportunity to go back and compete there again."

Victor Weirich wins pole vault at ECAC/IC4A Championships

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PRINCETON, N.J. – Victor Weirich led the BYU men’s track & field team Saturday with a first-place finish in the pole vault, becoming only the second BYU track athlete to win an ECAC/IC4A Championship.

Weirich finished the meet clearing 5.45m (17-10.59), which ranks him fourth overall on the BYU all-time outdoor record board in the pole vault.

Teammate Braydon Bringhurst place eighth overall with a mark of 4.95m.

Carlisle leads distance runners with fourth-place finish in 1,500m

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PRINCETON, N.J. – Candace Eddy Carlisle led the BYU distance runners Saturday with a fourth-place finish and a personal-best performance in the 1,500 meters during the ECAC/IC4A Championships. Carlisle finished with a time of 4 minutes 22.35 seconds.

Law leads BYU to 6-4 win over USF with two-run triple

Jerseys were retired for former BYU coaches No. 20 Glen Tuckett and No. 1 Gary Pullins prior to the 6-4 defeat of San Francisco. (Photo by BYU Photo/Jonathan Hardy)

PROVO, Utah – Adam Law led BYU to a 6-4 win over San Francisco going 5 for 5 at bat in addition to hitting a two-run RBI triple in the bottom of the eighth to win the series.

Regular season ends with 4-2 Deseret First Duel victory

Arnold smashed her second home run of the season to start the fourth for BYU. (Photo by Jonathan Hardy/BYU Photo)

PROVO, Utah – Fueled by two solo shot home runs, BYU defeated Utah 4-2 in the Deseret First Duel at Gail Miller Field Saturday afternoon, concluding their regular season schedule.

Pitcher Tori Almond had a strong effort in the circle and recorded the victory for the Cougars (33-13) to improve to 12-6 on the season. BYU finished with 12 hits, while Utah (24-30-1) added seven of their own. Ute pitcher Mariah Ramirez dropped to 10-13 with the loss.

Walk-off homer tops San Francisco

Jacob Hannemann went 2 for 5 with a three-run homer and a triple on Friday vs. San Francisco. (Photo by Mark A Philbrick/BYU Photo)

PROVO, Utah – Kelton Caldwell hit a walk-off homer, lifting the BYU baseball team 10-9 over San Francisco in a back-and-forth thriller Friday night at Larry H. Miller Field.

BYU launches Cougar Fan Fest

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BYU Athletics is hitting the road with its inaugural Cougar Fan Fest presented by Sprint. Beginning on Saturday, May 18, in St. George, BYU athletes, coaches, Cosmo and the spirit squad will travel the state and conduct three Cougar Fans Fest events.

Each event will be similar to the annual Cougar Kickoff held in Provo each year. Cougar Nation will have the opportunity to interact with student-athletes including getting autographs and taking photos.

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Dons stay red-hot in 10-1 victory

Bookend plays fielding and homering by Adam Law in the first and ninth innings fell short in a 10-1 loss to San Francisco. (Photo by Mark A Philbrick/BYU Photo)

PROVO, Utah – Red-hot San Francisco beat BYU’s baseball team 10-1 Thursday night at Larry H. Miller Field.

The Cougars (24-19, 10-9 West Coast Conference) avoided their first shutout of the season, as Adam Law’s home run to left field spoiled the Don’s (31-19, 15-7 WCC) blanking. The first-pitcher solo shot which led off the ninght, was Law’s second home run of his career.