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Jauhiainen to play for Finland's national team

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KARLOVY VARY, Czech Republic – Current BYU men's volleyball middle blocker Miki Jauhiainen has been selected to play for the 2017 Finnish National Team this summer. 

Jauhiainen will join 14 teammates in trying to advance Finland to the final round of next year's FIVB Men's Volleyball World Championship in Italy and Bulgaria.

BYU’s Errol Seaver named National Video Coordinator of the Year

BYU's Errol Seaver presented the 2017 Bob Matey Award by (left-right) CSVA President Christopher Luke, Director of Football Video and Technology at the University of North Carolina, and 2016 Bob Matey Award winner Joe Harrington, Sports Technology Coordinator at the University of Tennessee.

PROVO, Utah — The Collegiate Sports Video Association has named BYU’s Errol Seaver the 2017 Bob Matey National Video Coordinator of the Year.

White records top-20 finish at NCAA Championships

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SUGAR GROVE, Ill. — Alexandra White fired a 74 in the third round of the 2017 NCAA Division I Golf Championships on Monday to record a 14th-place individual finish in her final tournament as a Cougar.

"I am so proud and impressed with Alex and her play this week," BYU head coach Carrie Roberts said. "The conditions were extremely difficult and she was so tough. She managed herself and the golf course very well. It was a great way to end her career."

No. 27 LMU is foe in WCC tourney on Thursday

Hale is one of five Cougars named honorable mention to the All-WCC Academic and is ranked No. 16 in the NCAA for runs per game at 1.12 and No. 17 in slugging percentage at .681. (Photo by BYU Photo/Jaren Wilkey)

No. 27 Loyola Marymount is BYU baseball’s foe in Thursday’s opening round of the West Coast Conference Tournament at Stockton, California.

BYU (33-18) won a second-consecutive tri-championship title, tying with LMU and Gonzaga with 20-7 league marks. The trio is joined by Saint Mary’s College in this week’s WCC tourney, with the winner getting the automatic berth for next week’s NCAA Tournament.

Koroma named to Rimington Trophy Watch List

NEW YORK - The Rimington Trophy Committee has named BYU center Tejan Koroma to its 2017 spring watch list released on Monday.

With his selection, Koroma becomes a three-time watch list honoree for the Rimington Trophy, which recognizes the most outstanding center in college football.

No. 18 BYU shares WCC title with 6-2 loss

For the second year in a row BYU tied for the WCC regular season title following a 6-2 loss on Saturday at Gonzaga. (Photo by Nate Edwards/BYU Photo)

SPOKANE, Washington—A respectable appearance Saturday on national TV went the way of Gonzaga, 6-2, as it tied BYU for the regular season league baseball title.

With a late-evening ESPNU TV audience watching, the No. 18 Cougars battled back from a 5-0 deficit as they sought to win an outright West Coast Conference crown. In the end, the two teams tied with 20-7 WCC records.

Season ends for No. 21 BYU after 14-0 loss to No. 16/17 Utah

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SALT LAKE CITY – No. 21 BYU softball’s season ended in a 14-0 loss to No. 16/17 Utah in six innings in the NCAA Salt Lake City Regional on Saturday.

BYU (46-13) ends one of its most successful seasons in program history with the loss to in-state rival Utah (36-14). The Cougars allowed 14 runs on 17 hits, both season-highs for an opponent. The loss was BYU's largest margin of defeat since falling 22-5 against Oregon State in 2012.

Comeback puts Gonzaga over BYU, 10-4

Nate Favero knocked a two-run homer in the second inning for a 3-0 lead in a game won by Gonzaga, 10-4, on Friday in Spokane. (Photo by BYU Photo/Jaren Wilkey)

SPOKANE, Washington—A  10-4 come-from-behind victory by Gonzaga over BYU Friday night forced a showdown Saturday on national TV for the No. 1 seed of the league tournament next week.

While the No. 18 Cougars, 33-17 overall, have a share of the West Coast Conference title with a 20-6 record, they still can win it outright with a win in front of an ESPNU TV audience on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. PDT.

But first, BYU must solve its own woes, which continued Friday in Spokane.

Cougars bounce back after loss, stay alive in NCAA Regionals

Ashley Thompson against Utah (Photo by BYU Photo)

SALT LAKE CITY – After falling 3-2 against No. 16/17 Utah in the first game of the day, No. 21 BYU softball kept its postseason hopes alive with a decisive 12-1 run-rule win against Fordham in the NCAA Salt Lake City Regional on Friday.

Gray selected for Canada's national team

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OTTAWA, Ontario – Former BYU women's volleyball All-American Alexa Gray was named to Volleyball Canada's 2017 Women's National Team roster, the organization announced this week.