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BYU basketball signs Rylan Bergersen for 2017–18 season

Rylan Bergersen will join the Cougars for the 2017-18 season, BYU coach Rose announced Wednesday evening after Bergersen signed a National Letter of Intent. The 6-foot-6 guard from Boise, Idaho, prepped at Borah High School before reclassifying [...]

Utah Valley’s Olympian Jared Ward finishes 10th in Boston Marathon

The finish line is crossed, the stats are in and Utah Valley’s Olympian took 10th place overall in the 2017 Boston Marathon. Jared Ward, former BYU athlete and current BYU statistics teacher, ran the race in 2:15:28. He was the sixth [...]

BYU basketball assistant coach Terry Nashif leaving program for business endeavors

BYU assistant head basketball coach Terry Nashif announced Thursday that he will leave the program in order to pursue business opportunities. “Our time at BYU has been an amazing opportunity and experience for me and my family,” Nashif [...]

ESPN highlights second Jimmermania wave with ‘The Lonely Master’

Former BYU basketball star Jimmer Fredette gained fans across the country in 2011 with his long-range threes. That was the first wave on Jimmermania. Now, the second wave is hitting China, which ESPN documented in a video that premiered Sunday [...]

Gonzaga credits loss to BYU for success in NCAA tournament

As Gonzaga’s basketball team prepares for the NCAA championship game Monday night, they are grateful they aren’t going into the game undefeated, according to Yahoo! Sports. In February, the Cougars dished the then-undefeated Bulldogs [...]

Seljaas will return to BYU basketball for 2017–18 season

BYU basketball’s Zac Seljaas will return to the team for the 2017-18 season, announced BYU coach Dave Rose on Wednesday. The 6-foot-7 guard returned home early from his mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints earlier [...]

5 things we learned about BYU football during the 2017 spring scrimmage

Optimism reigns supreme for BYU. The gloomy conditions brought on by a rainstorm at Saturday’s annual spring scrimmage didn’t mirror the feeling on the sidelines or in the locker room. Several starters and experienced backups return [...]

BYU basketball’s Eric Mika intends to be drafted by NBA team

BYU basketball sophomore Eric Mika announced Wednesday that he will enter his name in the 2017 NBA Draft. However, he will not hire an agent so he can maintain his college eligibility. While Mika has chosen to forego having an agent, he wants [...]

BYU basketball’s Eric Mika entering name into 2017 NBA Draft

BYU basketball sophomore Eric Mika announced Wednesday that he will enter his name in the 2017 NBA Draft. However, he will not hire an agent so he can maintain his college eligibility. “I’m excited to declare for the NBA Draft and I’m [...]

BYU basketball’s Zac Seljaas returns home from LDS mission

For fans still disappointed with the end of the Cougars Men’s Basketball season, a glimmer of hope arrived in an Instagram post from BYU guard Nick Emery. Emery posted a photo welcoming home Zac Seljaas from his LDS mission. Freshman [...]

BYU basketball’s season of unfortunate events comes to a close

BYU basketball’s Wednesday night loss to UT Arlington was the perfect summary of the Cougars 2016-17 season: personnel problems, turnovers by the armful and the inability to defend the perimeter. The Cougars never led in the 105-89 loss [...]

BYU basketball earns No. 3 seed in NIT, will host UT Arlington

BYU men’s basketball team accepted an invitation to the 2017 National Invitational Tournament on Sunday evening. This is the 12th-consecutive season the Cougars have continued into postseason play. The No. 3 seed BYU (22-11) will host [...]

2017 Fab 40: Nikki Dabrowski

Age: 24 City: Cedar Hills Casting call Nikki began to cradle her love of lacrosse at Lone Peak High and continued through her BYU years. She’s now facing-off with her second season as head coach of BYU’s women’s team. The show must go [...]

2017 Fab 40: Reno Mahe

Age: 36 City: Lehi Casting call Reno is no stranger to headlines after a football career with the Philadelphia Eagles and a return to BYU as the running backs coach. But the headlines turned tragic when he lost his 3-year-old daughter in November. [...]

BYU basketball fighting discouragement as conference play closes

Following BYU’s loss to Saint Mary’s on Saturday, BYU freshman TJ Haws called the game “frustrating.” Now BYU coach Dave Rose is worried about discouragement. “The game the other night didn’t turn out the way [...]

‘Frustrating’ loss to Saint Mary’s won’t damper Cougars effort

BYU freshman TJ Haws described Saturday night’s loss perfectly: “frustrating.” “I feel like we are better than we showed tonight,” Haws said. “I think this team is going to stick together and I think we [...]

The return of Nick Emery: Cougars redeem themselves with win over San Diego

BYU fans found an old friend in the Marriott Center on Thursday night — a high-scoring Nick Emery. Emery led the Cougars with 26 points in BYU’s 82–70 win over San Diego and found his hot shooting hand from his freshman season in [...]

Cougars need to find identity, confidence in final weeks of conference play

BYU basketball coach Dave Rose says there are three essential tasks the Cougars need to accomplish in the final weeks of regular season play: find a team identity, gain confidence and become more consistent. With two weeks left in conference [...]

7 Valentine’s Day cards for the BYU sport fan

BYU sport fans are giving fellow fans a reason to chuckle this Valentine’s Day. Here are seven Valentine’s Day cards fans and athletes created for your holiday entertainment: From Jonny Linehan, BYU football punter:   Here’s [...]

Cougars hope to break away game curse in back-to-back road games

The Marriott Center has been good to the BYU basketball team in the 2016-17 season — other arenas have not. But the BYU basketball team is ready to break the road game curse.  Thus far this season, the Cougars (17–8, 8–4) have only [...]