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McKenna Bull breaks strikeout record

PROVO, Utah – Brigham Young University softball has a new strike out leader. Senior pitcher McKenna Bull said breaking the strike out record is something she has wanted to do since her freshman year. Bull finally broke that record in the sixth inning against Ohio’s Miami University. She had a total of 11 strikeouts, a season...
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BYU Men's Volleyball takes new serving approach

PROVO, Utah – The Brigham Young University men’s volleyball team is hoping to keep its nine-game streak alive. Head coach Shawn Olmstead said they knew something needed to change after the team lost to Ohio State in the NCAA Championship match last season. The players have since changed their strategy when it comes to serving....
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BYU Men's Basketball WCC Tourney Preview

PROVO, Utah – March will be the last chance for Brigham Young University men’s basketball to make a run to the NCAA Tournament. Coming off one of the biggest upsets in program history- their win over Gonzaga – the Cougars beat Loyola Marymount University 89-81 in Vegas on March 4, but lost to St. Mary’s...
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BYU Basketball Helps Fulfill Former Player's Dreams

PROVO, Utah – Jeff Judkins is all about making people’s lives better – especially after hearing former Brigham Young University basketball player Melanie Pearson Day’s heartbreaking story. “She was one of the best all around players that I’ve coached here at BYU,” Judkins. the BYU women’s head basketball coach, said. Day battled game in and...
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BYU softball freshman standing out

PROVO, Utah – The 23rd ranked Brigham Young University softball team has started 6 and 3 with the help of its underclassmen. Freshman pitcher Kerisa Viramontes set a BYU record by throwing a no-hitter in her first game. She also received WCC pitcher of the week. “I didn’t even know I was throwing a no-hitter,” Viramontes...
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BYU'S Ashley Hatch sets sights on U.S. national team

PROVO, Utah – Many soccer fans, especially those living in Provo, know the name Ashley Hatch. As a senior this past fall, she led the Brigham Young University women’s soccer team to the Sweet 16 in the NCAA tournament. She scored a total of 47 goals during her career at BYU, and 19 of those goals...
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BYU basketball shows off new Marriott Center annex

PROVO, Utah – The Brigham Young University basketball program has a new home, right next door the Marriott Center. Ground broke in November 2015 after the athletic department pushed for years to build an annex. Men’s basketball coach Dave Rose said he’s glad it’s finally here. “(We can) stick our flag in the ground and...
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BYU celebrates National Girls and Women in Sports Day

PROVO, Utah – Brigham Young University soccer player Cassidy Smith has always looked up to BYU athletes. “All the games, all the autographs, I have the posters like still in my room,” Smith said. Now, as one of the athletes, she feels honored to help so many people celebrate National Girls and Women in Sports...
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BYU women's soccer welcomes new assistant head coach

PROVO, Utah – Former Utah Valley University women’s soccer Head Coach Brent Anderson is moving across town, accepting a job as an assistant head coach for the Brigham Young University women’s soccer team. BYU women’s soccer Head Coach Jennifer Rockwood  faced a tough decision last December when her assistant, Christ Watkins, left to coach the...
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NLRB ruling may change athlete speech rights

PROVO, Utah – For years Brigham Young University has regulated what athletes can say to the media, but a recent memo from the National Labor Relations Board could make it illegal to restrict athletes from speaking to the media. The NLRB’s ruling says that athletes at several private universities may be considered employees with legally...
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