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BYU Swimming heads to MPSF Championships

PROVO – After competing for seven weeks, the Brigahm Young University men’s and women’s swim teams will head into the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation championships in California on February 15th through February 18th. This is both teams’ biggest event of the year to date. So far this season, the men have had home wins over the...
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BYU women's volleyball set to host first round of NCAA tournament

PROVO – After taking home the conference crown, Brigham Young University’s 13th seeded Women’s Volleyball team is set to host the first round of the NCCA Tournament tonight. The Cougars have been almost flawless on the this season. They’re 14-1 at home on the year, and they’re looking to keep the streak alive tonight. The...
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Local clinic offers concussion treatment for athletes

PROVO – Brigham Young University football wide receiver Austin Collie broke season records for pass receptions, receiving yards, and touchdown passes caught. The accolades landed him a prized gig in the NFL — but multiple blows to the head landed Collie on the sidelines. “Unless you’ve been through a concussion, you never can quite describe...
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BYU football season comes to a close

PROVO – Winning seven of their last eight games, Brigham Young University football has wrapped another season. BYU felt triumph in some impressive victories, and heartbreak in extremely close losses. Through it all, there was a lot for Cougar fans to celebrate. Jamaal Williams jumped to the top of the BYU record books, setting new...
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Taysom Hill suffers fourth season-ending injury

PROVO – 19 Brigham Young University senior football players received a warm send off under the lights last Saturday, but four- year starting quarterback Taysom Hill did so with his arm in a sling. Hill strained his left elbow on one of his signature hurdles over an Aggie defender late in the fourth quarter. This officially...
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BYU super-fan cheers despite distance and injury

PROVO – High-schooler Austin Sumsion shows up to every Brigham Young University game–and he doesn’t even live in Utah. The Idaho native plans his week around the games to show his support for the Cougars. After every home game, he usually requires medical attention. “I was jamming out with the pom-pom, back and forth,” Sumsion...
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Cougar Club provides resources for BYU student-athletes

PROVO – BYU’s student athletes have plenty of great resources to help them perform at their best, and it takes a lot of donations to make this happen. But where does this money come from? It comes from the Cougar Club, and they fund everything from meal plans to uniforms. Nearly 6000 donors provide scholarships...
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Student-athletes work with tight schedules

PROVO – Fans get to relish the exciting displays that student-athletes put on during game-time, but they don’t often see what goes on behind the scenes. It takes a grueling schedule to be a high performing student-athlete. Life as a golfer consists of hours on the course, and that’s no exception for those who also...
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Reloading season for BYU men's hoops

PROVO – With Eric Mika’s double-double against Princeton, the Brigham Young University men’s basketball team is headed into a reloading year. Men’s basketball Head Coach Dave Rose said the team is faster, stronger, and more unified as a group now than they were after their first game. He added, however, that they still have some work...
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BYU Sports Information Staff works behind the scenes to make game day successful

PROVO – A lot of work goes into making game day successful at Brigham Young University–and not only from the players. The BYU Sports Information staff sets up the press box before the game, coordinates interviews with the media after the game, and many other things that go unnoticed. “It starts way ahead of the game. On...
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