BYU at Portland: Game Notes and Quotes

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Cougars Swept by Stanford

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PROVO, Utah – The No. 1 BYU men’s volleyball team fell 3-0 (33-35, 23-25, 22-25) to the No. 7 Stanford Cardinal Saturday at the Smith Fieldhouse, marking the first time the team has been swept in a match this season.

"That's a really good Stanford team out there," said BYU head coach Chris McGown. "They were playing with a lot of confidence tonight. One thing, for us, is that we're trying to support whoever is on the court one hundred percent, and I think the guys have been great about that."

BYU Breaks Records, Finishes Second in New York

NEW YORK CITY – Nachelle Mackie and Christen Guenther had record-breaking performances to lead the BYU women’s track and field team to a second place team finish at the prestigious New Balance Invitational.

Cougars Get Their Revenge

Jennifer Hamson scored a season-high 18 points against Saint Mary's. (Photo by Jonathan Hardy/BYU Photo)

PROVO, Utah –Coming off just its second conference loss this season the No. 22 BYU women’s basketball team dominated from start to finish en route to an 83-47 victory over Saint Mary’s at the Marriott Center Saturday afternoon.

Cougars Come Up Short Against Broncos

Senior Natalie Eyre-Pickard scored a 9.875 on both vault and bars for the Cougars. (Photo by Jaren Wilkey/BYU Photo)

February 4, 2012 – In a close scoring meet against Boise State (3-2), BYU (1-3) came up just one point short with the final score at 195.750 to 194.750 Saturday afternoon in the Smith Fieldhouse.

New starter Winder winds up Cougars in big win

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No. 52 BYU dominates Friday's doubleheader

Junior Spencer Smith recorded two doubles wins and a singles victory during Friday's doubleheader. Smith owns the best dual singles record on the team at 5-2. (Photo by Jaren Wilkey/BYU Photo)

PROVO, Utah – The No. 52 BYU men’s tennis team put on an impressive show for Cougar fans Friday at the BYU Indoor Tennis Courts, cruising past Idaho State, 7-0, and Montana State, 6-1. 

“I thought our week of practice really paid off,” BYU coach Brad Pearce said. “We took the intensity up a few notches with morning and afternoon practices. I was really pleased to see such immediate results. I think getting two wins under our belts really helps to get the bad taste of losses out of our mouth.”

BYU Defeated By Stanford At Home

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PROVO, Utah – The No. 1 BYU men’s volleyball fell to No. 7 Stanford at home on Friday night 3-1 (21-25, 25-20, 20-25, 18-20) in the Smith Fieldhouse. The Cougars were playing without sophomore standout Taylor Sander, who watched from the bench with a broken hand, but had senior middle blocker Futi Tavana back on the court after sitting out for the first seven matches this season.