No. 30-ranked Cougars get WCC honors before league tourney

Keaton Kringlen was named West Coast Conference Freshman of the Year in addition to the WCC All-Freshman Team and Second Team All-WCC. (Photo by BYU Photo)

PROVO, Utah (May 24, 2016)—Accolades for No. 30 BYU, regular season tri-champion, were announced Tuesday by the West Coast Conference.

Topping the list for the Cougars (37-15) are Keaton Kringlen as WCC Freshman of the Year and Brennon Lund and Michael Rucker as First Team All-WCC selections.  Kringlen was also named to the WCC Freshman Team and was Second Team All-WCC.

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Lund of Tri-Champion BYU named Rawlings WCC Player of Week

Brennon Lund of the league Tri-Champion Cougars has been named Rawlings West Coast Conference Player of the Week for the second time this season. (Photo by BYU Photo)

PROVO, Utah (May 23, 2016)—Centerfielder Brennon Lund of BYU baseball has been named the Rawlings West Coast Conference Player of the Week heading into the league tournament Thursday.

Lund, of the tri-WCC champion Cougars, raised his batting average from .389 to .400 in four games played last week against Utah and Santa Clara.  He hit the game-winning RBI with a two-out single in the fourth inning of BYU's 8-2 victory over Santa Clara in the opener. Lund currently leads the team with a nine-game hitting streak.

Cougars complete play at NCAA Women’s Golf Championships

Dalton at NCAA Golf (Photo by Duff Tittle)

EUGENE, Oregon (May 22, 2016) — The BYU women's golf team wrapped up play at the 2016 NCAA Championships at Eugene Country Club, with a 10-over-par 298 in the third round.

To accommodate BYU’s longstanding policy of not competing on Sunday, the NCAA made provisions for the Cougars to play its Sunday round on Thursday afternoon. BYU’s team total of 298 from Thursday was factored into the tournament’s 54-hole totals on Sunday.

Cougars wrap up second-round play at NCAA Women’s Golf

Alex White shot a 2-over 74 on Saturday for a 36-hole total of 144. (Photo by Duff Tittle)

EUGENE, Oregon (May 21, 2016) — The BYU women's golf team struggled to find its rhythm in the second round of the NCAA Championships on Saturday at Eugene Country Club, posting an 18-over-par round of 306. The Cougars now find themselves in 24th place after two rounds of play. 

“We just couldn’t seem to get anything going today, “BYU head coach Carrie Roberts said. “Eugene Country Club is a tough layout and we struggled to find a groove.”

Anderson's bat helps Cougars complete sweep on Senior Night

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PROVO, Utah – Behind a power performance by junior Brennon Anderson, BYU completed the sweep on Senior Night with a 10–5 victory over Santa Clara Saturday at Miller Park.

Langlois and Sander to play on U.S. Men’s Pan American Cup Team

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PROVO, Utah — BYU men's volleyball outside hitters Jake Langlois and Brenden Sander are among 12 players who will represent the United States at the NORCECA Men’s Pan American Cup from May 21-26 in Mexico City.

The Pan American Cup will also include teams from Argentina, Canada, Chile, Cuba, Colombia, Costa Rica, Honduras and Mexico.

Schneemann wins it in bottom of the ninth for BYU

Freshman Daniel Schneemann's sacrifice fly completed the 9-8 comeback win in the bottom of the ninth for BYU over Santa Clara on Friday night. (Photo by BYU Photo/Mark Philbrick)

PROVO, Utah — Infielder Daniel Schneemann’s walkoff sacrifice fly rallied BYU baseball to a 9-8 comeback win over Santa Clara Friday night at Miller Park.

“Tonight we had to exercise patience because of the way the game started and hang in there hoping for the best,” BYU head coach Mike Littlewood said. “We grinded it out. It got us a victory.”