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BYU basketball notebook: Win against BYU a big one for Pacific

Considering everything that has gone against Pacific this season, it's easy to understand why emotions ran high for Tiger...

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WCC This Week | February 6, 2016

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Eric Thompson's Blocks Push Pacific Over BYU

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BYU tennis: Cougars drop home opener to No. 69 Denver

In the first home match of the season, BYU women's tennis fell, 4-3, to Denver on Saturday at the BYU indoor courts.

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BYU basketball: Pulsipher's 26 lifts Cougars past Gaels

Makenzi Morrison Pulsipher’s game-high 26 points led BYU women’s basketball to a 21-point victory, 65-44, over...

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M Basketball - Tigers hand Cougars first home loss of the season

(Photo by BYU Photo/Jaren Wilkey) BYU vs. Pacific Notes and Quotes BYU vs. Pacific Photo Gallery BYU vs. Pacific Box Score PROVO, Utah – BYU basketball suffered its first home loss of the season in a 77-72 setback to Pacific Saturday afternoon in the Marriott Center.read more

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FINAL: Pacific 77, BYU 72

That's why they play the game, I guess.

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M Basketball - BYU vs. Pacific Postgame Notes and Quotes

(Photo by BYU Photo/Jaren Wilkey)

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W Tennis - BYU drops home opener to No. 69 Denver

(Photo by BYU Photo/Jaren Wilkey) BYU vs. Denver Box Score PROVO, Utah – In the first home match of the season, BYU women's tennis fell 4-3 to Denver Saturday at the BYU indoor courts.read more

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Pacific snaps BYU's 17-game home conference win streak

T.J. Wallace scored 15 points, including the go-ahead 3-pointer with just over three minutes remaining, to lift Pacific to the upset win at BYU, 77-72, snapping the Cougars' 17-game in-conference winning streak Saturday afternoon in Provo.

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M Basketball - BYU loses first game at home 77-72 to Pacific

BYU scored five unanswered points at the beginning of the second half. A three from Jakob Hartsock and a bucket from Nick Emery put the Cougars up 41-36 with 16:57 to play. After an inbound play that led to an easy layup for Kyle Davis, BYU went cold, going scoreless from the field for six minutes.

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BYU basketball: Cougars struggle offensively, home winning snapped in 77-72 loss to Pacific

Chase Fischer scored 23 points and Kyle Davis added 21 more, but the Cougars struggled offensively in the second half,...

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W Basketball - Pulsipher's 26 lifts Cougars past Gaels

(Photo by Todd Fierner) Box Score MORAGA, Calif. — Makenzi Morrison Pulsipher’s game-high 26 points led BYU women’s basketball to a 21-point victory, 65-44, over Saint Mary’s to seal its 12th conference win, Saturday afternoon.read more

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BYU's Harvey Unga to assist Jamaal Williams' attempt to break his rushing record

New BYU football coach Kalani Sitake has added the school's all-team leading rusher to his staff as a graduate assistant...

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NFL draft profile: Devon Blackmon

Cougar wide receiver Devon Blackmon is hoping to take his talents to the next level and play in the NFL. Here are his strengths and weaknesses as he seeks to go pro.

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BYU tennis: Cougars sweep Air Force to remain undefeated

BYU defeated regional opponent Air Force, 5-0, on Friday to remain undefeated and extend the season win streak to seven.

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M Volleyball - Another Day, Another Sweep for MVB Team

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M Volleyball - Another Day, Another Sweep for MVB Team

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BYU volleyball team dominates at the net in straight-set win over UC Santa Barbara

When the BYU men’s volleyball team asserts its physicality at the net there are few teams nationally that can withstand...

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No. 3 BYU sweeps No. 10 UC Santa Barbara after long road trip

Ben Patch had a match-high 16 kills and nine digs, and Jake Langlois added 13 kills — including the match-winner — to give No. 3 BYU a 25-20, 25-16, 26-24 sweep of the No. 10 Gauchos for its third-straight sweep of the season.