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  Women's Soccer Scores Another Conference Win, Blank Air Force 4-0
A dominating first-half performance helped the 15th-ranked BYU women's soccer team beat Air Force, 4-0, Thursday afternoon. The win helped BYU remain unbeaten in conference play.

  Nina Puikkonen Named Mountain West Conference Volleyball Player of the Week
Junior middle blocker Nina Puikkonen (pronounced PWEEK-a-nen) from BYU was named the Mountain West Conference Volleyball Player of the Week Monday, marking the second time this season and the fourth time overall Puikkonen has earned the award.

  BYU's Rohatinsky and Thomsen Earn Conference Honors as Cougars Continue Climbing in the Polls
Brigham Young University freshman Josh Rohatinsky and Brigham Young University sophomore Lindsey Thomsen have been selected as the Mountain West Conference men's and women's cross country athletes of the week, respectively.

  Senior Night ends with BYU win over UNLV, 5-0
In the last regular season home game of the year, the 17th-ranked BYU women's soccer team shutout UNLV 5-0 Saturday. Eight Cougar seniors, six who were regular starters throughout the season, were honored in pregame ceremonies.

  BYU Cruises to Win over New Mexico
BYU mixed a potent offensive attack with one of its best defensive efforts of the year to sweep New Mexico 15-6, 15-1, 15-0 Saturday at the Smith Fieldhouse. The 17th-ranked Cougars improved to 13-5 overall and 5-2 in the Mountain West Conference while the Lobos fell to 7-10 and 3-4.

  Errors Costly in BYU loss at No. 9 Pepperdine
Even though the No. 16-ranked Cougars topped No. 9 Pepperdine in nearly every statistical category, BYU's unforced hitting errors were too much to overcome in a 10-15, 16-14, 12-15, 9-15 loss to the Waves Wednesday in Malibu, Calif. BYU is now 13-6 overall while Pepperdine improved to a 16-3 record.

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