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BYU Women's Soccer FAQ


How has BYU fared since 1999?

The Cougars won seven conference tournament titles and six regular season titles in the Mountain West Conference. The Cougars also received 39 All-Conference First Team awards. In the two seasons since joining the West Coast Conference, BYU has won a regular season title and received four All-Conference First Team awards.  Head coach Jennifer Rockwood has been honored with three Coach of the Year awards since 1999.

How has BYU fared nationally?

In 2003, the Cougars advanced to the "Elite Eight" for the first time in the history of the program, losing 3-1 to a taleneted Connecticut team in Storrs, Conn. BYU defeated Villanova in the "Sweet Sixteen" with the first-ever shootout victory in BYU's ten-year history. It was BYU's seventh straight appearance in the NCAA Women's College Cup Championships. In 2012, the Cougars earned a No. 2 national ranking and returned to the "Elite Eight." The BYU women's soccer team has earned 35 All-America honors since 1995.

How can I buy tickets?

Visit BYU's online ticket office at, or call the Marriott Center Ticket Office at 378-BYU1 or 1-800-322-BYU1. General admission tickets are available at the facility entrance generally one hour prior to game time. Cougar Cards and Student All-Sport Passes are valid for general admission.

How do I get to the game and where can I park?

BYU women's soccer game are played at South Field, located directly south of the Smith Fieldhouse at 1050 North 150 East in Provo. Parking is available in the lots just south of the tennis courts and northwest of the Fieldhouse. For more information and maps to the venue, visit and click on the Venues link on the left menu.

How long has the women's soccer program existed at BYU?

The women's soccer program was recognized as an official Divison I varisty sport in 1995 at BYU. Since then, the Cougars have earned a nationally-recognized place in the soccer world. They are consistently ranked in the top 20 nationally and compete regularly in the NCAA Women's College Cup.

How can I buy a media guide?

Media guides are now available online through in the media guide section on the right hand side of the site. Additional questions can be answered by contacting the Athletic Media Relations office at (801) 422-8948.