(Photo by Jaren Wilkey/BYU Photo)
PROVO -- After winning the Pac-10/Mountain West Challenge, No. 14 BYU (7-1-1) returns home this week, facing San Francisco (4-5-1) Saturday. Game time is slated for 8 p.m., at South Stadium.
Live stats will be available by clicking here. Fans can also tune into the game by watching the live video stream online through CSTV Online. Commentators will be Jarom Jordan and Jordan Feinauer. The package is available for $6.95/month or $49.95/year. Fans can sign up by clicking on the BYU Cougars All-Access icon located on the BYU Athletics homepage at www.byucougars.com.
Fans interested in watching BYU events on the internet that are produced for CSTV -- including football and men's basketball -- can subscribe to the comprehensive CSTV XXL package, which includes the entire array of All-Access broadband channels and more than 10,000 events. CSTV XXL is available for $14.95/month or $99.95/year and provides access to video streaming for more than 70 schools including all Mountain West Conference teams.
The Cougars played two games last week, winning 1-0 over Washington and tying Washington State, 1-1. Senior Brooke Bowman scored the game-winning goal against Washington, while sophomore Katie Fellows netted a goal late in the game to give the Cougars a tie with Washington State.
Katie Larkin leads BYU with three goals and eight points, while Katie Fellows has netted three goals of her own. Also scoring goals for the Cougars are Alyssa Vander Veur (2), Bowman (2), Kelsea Kakadelas (1), Amberlea Anderson (1) and Haylee Cuthbert (1). Carolyn Swenson leads BYU with three assists. Goalkeeper Erika Woodbury has accumulated 34 saves on the season.
Fiona O'Sullivan, scoring five goals on the season, leads San Francisco. Chelsea Hunt and Lauren Tweet each added three and two goals, respectively. Four different players have posted two assists apiece for the Dons. Keepers Kelly Pohle and Katie Hodgson have made a combined 53 saves on the season.
Saturday's game will be the first meeting between these two schools