Kyle Van Noy eager to live up to the hype

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Brandon Doman hoping Riley Nelson's senior-year moment matches that of prior QB senior starters

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Photo album from Relay for Life

Men's Basketball Blog | Aug 15, 2012 - Posted by Kyle Chilton at 9:47 am | Permalink

The BYU basketball coaching staff participated in Relay for Life 2012 at Provo High School last week. Relay for Life is the biggest fundraising event for the American Cancer Society and is held in cities throughout the world. BYU Photo was there to capture some of the action. Check out the album on BYU basketball's facebook page.

Ten players named WAC Scholar-Athletes

Carly Duckworth steps up to the plate.

PROVO- Ten BYU softball players have been named Western Athletic Conference Scholar-Athletes, with eight of the ten having also previously earned Academic All-WAC honors for the 2012 season.

Fall Camp Day Eleven

Catch up with senior QB Riley Nelson as he talks about the team's progress so far.

Women's volleyball preps for start of season

(Photo by Jeff Wood)

PROVO, Utah—Gearing up for another successful season, the BYU women’s volleyball team started fall practice Wednesday.

“This is always an exciting time of year for our team,” head coach Shawn Olmstead said. “I’m enjoying the work we have put into these practices and am enjoying even more the wonderful student-athletes we have in the gym. They are working hard and making changes as we progress each day.”

High-intensity on Day 11

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PROVO, Utah - In the second half of fall camp, the BYU football team conducted Day 11 of fall camp on Tuesday, with the defense standing firm, keeping the offense out of the end zone in practice-ending team sessions. 

Players' intensity is continuing to rise despite a no-hit policy at practice. 

"It's getting difficult to practice against each other," head coach Bronco Mendenhall said. "We're trying to make it through the scrimmage before we break up into scout team."

Four Gymnasts earn Scholastic All-America Awards

Megan Bain was one of four BYU gymnasts who were honored with a Scholastic All-America award from the NACGC/W (Photo by Jonathan Hardy/BYU Photo)

INDIANAPOLIS - The National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches/Women (NACGC/W) has announced both the team and individual Scholastic All-America award winners for the 2011-12 season with four BYU gymnasts earning individual honors.

Individually, student-athletes were recognized for attaining a year-long or cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher. Across all three divisions 471 student-athletes hit the 3.5 benchmark while 60 of those earned perfect 4.0 GPAs.