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IMG BYU Basketball with Dave Rose-Feb. 11, 2014

Greg Wrubell and Dave Rose sit down for their weekly basketball chat. This week they cover two big home conference wins, and an upcoming trip to Pacific and St. Mary's.

Hatch garners MRGC Specialist of the Week

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CEDAR CITY, Utah – After scoring a 9.900 on the floor routine against Utah State, Raquel Willman Hatch was named the Specialist of the Week by the Mountain Rim Gymnastics Championship.

Hatch shares the honor with Boise State’s Ciera Perkins who also recorded a 9.900 on the floor routine. Moriah Martin from Denver received the MRGC Gymnast of the Week Award.

BYU's Nate Austin is Cougars' unsung hero

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Oft-criticized Carlino drives Cougars when others struggle

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McKenzie St. Clair named inaugural WCC Player of the Week

St. Clair hit .667 with two homeruns and seven RBIs. (Photo by Jaren Wilkey/BYU Photo)

SAN BRUNO, Calif. – The West Coast Conference has named redshirt freshman McKenzie St. Clair its Softball Player of the Week for February 10, 2014.

In the first action of her career, St. Clair led the Cougars in almost every statistical category in the Red Desert Classic. She finished the weekend hitting .667 with two home runs, seven RBIs, seven runs, a .714 on base percentage and a 1.250 slugging percentage in five games. She was responsible for 14 of the 33 runs scored by BYU.

Hamson garners second straight Player of the Week honor

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SAN BRUNO, Calif. –The West Coast Conference has named senior center Jennifer Hamson its Women’s Basketball Player of the Week for February 10, 2014. The honor is the second straight and the third this season.

For the second straight week, the 6-foot-7 senior center from Lindon, Utah, and Pleasant Grove High School, recorded back-to-back double-doubles and lifted the Cougars to WCC Bay Area road sweeps over Santa Clara and San Francisco.