BYU Announces Upgrades to Marriott Center

(Photo by Jaren Wilkey/BYU Photo)

PROVO, Utah (April 13, 2012) — Brigham Young University announced today plans to upgrade three areas of the Marriott Center beginning summer 2012. The lower-bowl bench seating on the north side of the arena will be replaced with prime chair seating. In addition, a new sound system will be installed in the arena and the men’s and women’s basketball locker rooms will be renovated.

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Steed Returns for 2012-13

Senior point guard Haley Steed will return for the 2012-13 season. (Photo by Jonathan Hardy/BYU Photo)

PROVO, Utah—Senior women’s basketball player Haley Steed has decided to take her final year of eligibility and will return for the 2012-13 season.

Due to three torn ACL surgeries in three-consecutive seasons, the NCAA granted point guard Steed two extra years of eligibility following her true senior year in 2010-11. Steed announced her return to the team Thursday night.

Twin Bill Sweep Over Seattle

Kelton Caldwell scored BYU's first run of the nightcap on Thursday at Seattle and scored another run, both as a result of his doubles. (Photo by Mark A Philbrick/BYU Photo)

SEATTLE—Two-out rallies by BYU in both games of Thursday’s baseball doubleheader led to a Cougar sweep over Seattle University, 6-3 and 9-3.

BYU (16-12) took the lead in the four-game series and a 3-1 advantage with two games remaining with the Redhawks (15-14) in Seattle.

Wes Guenther got RBI singles in both games, but his third inning poke through the right side was the game-winner in the opener. That run Guenther produced in game one was the only of six runs that did not score after two outs.