Final WCC road trip takes Cougs to San Diego

(Photo by BYU Photo/Mark Philbrick)

Notes for game #27 at San Diego

PROVO, Utah —With a Thursday bye in West Coast Conference action, BYU women’s basketball (19-7, 11-4) takes its last road trip in regular season league competition.

Cougars at home Thursday to take on San Diego

(Photo by BYU Photo/Jaren Wilkey)

Game Notes: BYU vs. San Diego

After sweeping Saint Mary's and Pacific at home last week, BYU basketball will host San Diego on Thursday at 8 p.m. MST in the Marriott Center. The game will be televised live on ESPNU and broadcast live on the Cougar IMG Sports Network on KSL Newsradio 102.7 FM and 1160 AM.

Four-game Nebraska series in Arizona

Jeff Barker, Brennon Lund, Kolton Mahoney, Colton Shaver and Dillon Robinson help lead the Cougar charge in 2015. (Photo by BYU Photo/Mark Philbrick)

Nebraska is no longer ranked, but will provide stiff competition this week for BYU baseball when the two teams compete in Arizona.

The Cornhuskers (1-2) lost two of three games and their No. 23 ranking last week at UNLV, while BYU (0-4) is looking for its first win. The Cougars and Nebraska play a four-game series starting Thursday at the Peoria Sports Complex, site of the Seattle Mariners and San Diego Padres spring training camp.

Cougars announce spring schedule

PROVO, Utah – BYU women's soccer will play nine exhibition games this spring as it prepares for its 2015 fall season.

The Cougars will host two weekends worth of games with the first happening Saturday Feb. 28 in the Indoor Practice Facility. BYU will face Dixie State at 1:30 p.m. MST and Westminster at 5:30 p.m.

BYU Cougars Win Over Pacific Tigers

BYU Cougars win Saturday Night at the Marriott Center against Pacific Tigers 84-59. Coach Dave Rose expresses some thoughts about the teams commitment and dedication to becoming better players and better people.

One-on-One With Coach Rose (Webisode 11)

Why did Coach pull Kyle Collinsworth from the game only one assist away from another triple-double? Find out in this week's episode! Coach Rose and Greg Wrubell sit down to discuss: the team finding a groove in the 3-game win streak, front line progress, Josh Sharp's explosive contributions to the lineup, finally finding a combination that's successful, upcoming Senior Night against San Diego, Tyler Haws closing in on Jimmer's career scoring record, statistical analytics vs the unpredictabilities of basketball, and pulling Kyle Collinsworth one assist shy of his 6th triple-double of the season. Coach answers Twitter questions about foreign player development, Anson Winder's status, season closer at Gonzaga, and the rewarding aspects of coaching at BYU. Submit questions for next week's show using #Rose1on1

No. 5 Cougars return home to face No. 9 LBSU

(Photo by Savanna Sorensen/BYU Photo)

PROVO, Utah – No. 5 BYU men’s volleyball returns home to the Smith Fieldhouse this week to face off against No. 9 Long Beach State.


Heartbreaking 5-4 loss to No. 16 Gauchos

Freshman Colton Shaver scored twice in BYU's 5-4 loss at No. 16 UC Santa Barbara.

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — No. 16 UC Santa Barbara hung onto its ranking and a fourth victory, 5-4, on Monday afternoon over BYU baseball.

The Gauchos (4-0) retained their No. 16 ranking for the second week by Collegiate Baseball magazine, but got a scare in the final game against BYU (0-4).

The Cougars were trailing 5-2 before hanging a pair of runs against four Gaucho pitchers in the seventh inning and stranding the bases loaded.

Collinsworth and Cougars cruise past Pacific 84-59

(Photo by BYU Photo/Mark Philbrick)

BYU vs. Pacific Notes & Quotes

BYU vs. Pacific Box Score

BYU vs. Pacific Facebook Photo Gallery

PROVO, Utah – Kyle Collinsworth led BYU men's basketball to an 84-59 win against Pacific with a near triple-double Saturday night at the Marriott Center.

Ranked Gauchos sweep doubleheader, 6-0, 3-1

Brennon Lund scored BYU's only run in the doubleheader loss, but extended his hitting streak to four games. (Photo by BYU Photo/Mark Philbrick)

SANTA BARBARA, Calif.—Dominant pitching helped No. 16 UC Santa Barbara to a doubleheader sweep over BYU on Saturday, 6-0 and 3-1.

Most of that pitching was on behalf of the Gauchos (3-0), but the Cougars (0-3) had more of an opportunity in the nightcap. 

Game one began with a backdoor slider striking out Dillon Robinson to end the first inning with Cougars on the corners.