BYU slugger Brock Hale was named the West Coast Conference player of the year, as announced by the conference Tuesday, becoming the first Cougar to receive such an honor since BYU joined the league in 2011.
Several hours after the No. 24 Cougars’ 3-1 win over Santa Clara in the regular-season finale, BYU added an outright West Coast Conference regular-season championship to the trophy case Saturday night.
The Corner Canyon product carded back-to-back scores of 7-under-par 63 to take top individual honors, and the Cougars finished second in the Pullman regional to qualify for the upcoming NCAA national meet.
Just a few weeks after former Lakers assistant Mark Madsen was named men’s basketball coach at UVU, the university announced BYU women's basketball assistant coach Dan Nielson as the Wolverines' next women's coach.
The Cougars have a combined 3.51 ERA, .249 opponent’s batting average, and allow just 4.07 runs with 3.09 walks per game — the best marks in program history in the modern era, or at least going back to 1969.
Tim Booth, Associated Press | Updated May 8th - 9:45pm
The Seattle Seahawks are addressing one of their biggest offseason needs as veteran defensive end Ezekiel Ansah has agreed to a one-year deal with the team, according to a person with knowledge of the deal.
Patrick Kinahan, KSL.com Contributor | Posted May 8th - 11:31am
The Honor Code at BYU has drawn plenty of attention recently, some of it coming in the form of protests and demonstrations. Critics and supporters alike are calling for a review of the way Honor Code issues are discussed and punishment is handed out.
The university announced the addition of the 6-foot, 219-pound tailback from Sumter, South Carolina on Monday, the same day that former Lehi prep hoopster Blaze Nield announced his intentions to transfer to BYU from USU-Eastern.
Not all stories are overnight successes. Not all basketball tales end with Hoosier-like glory, game-winning shots and magical NCAA Tournament runs. BYU assistant coach Nick Robinson has learned that the hard way.
Patrick Kinahan, KSL.com Contributor | Posted May 1st - 11:28am
Twenty-three years after a controversy that involved basketball and religion, Roger Reid and Chris Burgess came together last week for the first time since Reid said Burgess was letting down Latter-day Saints by choosing Duke instead of BYU.
The Fresno, California native earned back-to-back WCC golfer of the year honors, the league announced Monday. Kuest, who finished tied for eighth at the WCC championships, is the second-straight BYU golfer to win top individual honors.