Alexa Gray put down 22 kills and seven digs to help the 11th-ranked BYU women's volleyball team to a 3-1 win over No. 7 North Carolina in the second match of the Women of Troy Baden Invitational in Los Angeles on Saturday.
Jake Heaps, a Sammamish, Wash., native who started his college career at BYU before stops at Kansas and Miami (Florida), was released by the Jets to make room for veteran journeyman signal caller Josh Johnson.
Patrick Kinahan, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Aug 26th - 10:58am
Coming off three unfulfilling seasons of football, BYU fans have reason to tone down expectations for this season. But should the fans be beaten down, considering the results on the field and not being in a Power 5 conference?
Alexa Gray still can't believe this day has come. Not only is she entering her senior season with the BYU women's volleyball team, but she's also coming off the Cougars' run to the NCAA championship game.
On today's podcast, the hosts talk about the newly released Associated Press Preseason Top 25 and the ranked teams slated to play the local teams this season. Also, we debate whether Utah should be happy with an 8-4 season or take a gamble.
BYU's first practice of the third week of fall camp following Saturday's scrimmage showed plenty to work on. Head coach Bronco Mendenhall said he likes the overall state of his team, even if Monday wasn't perfect.
Fifth-year senior Adam Hine ran the ball five times for 73 yards and two touchdowns, including a 53-yard touchdown early in the 11-on-11 session to help move the BYU offense forward at Saturday's scrimmage.
Elena Medeiros scored a goal in the ninth minute to help the 19th-ranked BYU women's soccer team shut out No. 18 Cal, 2-0, in the opening match of the Outrigger Resorts Soccer Classic on Friday night in Waipahu, Hawaii.
BYU football hit the 11th day of fall camp Thursday with a refreshed outlook following its first day off to ridee inner tubes down the Provo River on Wednesday afternoon. It was a good day to take off, reaping immediate benefits.
On today's show, Josh, Sean and Parker talk about more than 15 players potentially out between BYU and Nebraska for the season opener. They also opine on Utah's new helmets and Utah State's closed-scrimmage policy.