ALL the News about
Mormons, Mormonism
and the LDS Church
Mormon News: All the News about Mormons, Mormonism and the LDS Church
For week ended November 14, 1999 Posted 24 Feb 2001
[an error occurred while processing this directive]
Most Recent Week
Front Page
Local News
Arts & Entertainment
·New Products
·New Websites
·Mormon Stock Index
Letters to Editor
Continuing Coverage of:
Boston Temple
School Prayer
Julie on MTV
Robert Elmer Kleasen
About Mormon News
News by E-Mail
Weekly Summary
Submitting News
Submitting Press Releases
Volunteer Positions
Bad Link?
Sports News

BYU Gets Trounced By Wyoming

BYU remains just one win away from clinching the first Mountain West Conference title in football, after loosing 31-17 to Wyoming in what can only be called a disaster. BYU's team simply was unable to hang on to the ball at key points in the game. The Cougars lost one of four fumbles at the Wyoming 1-yard line, threw an interception at the 8-yard line and failed to connect on a touchdown pass in the endzone.
Go to Article

BYU's Football Team wins 'Best Defensive Play' of the week (Minnesota Catch that May Cost Penn State Chance at National Title Earns the 'Compaq College Football Play of the Week' Honors)

An exciting play in BYU's 30-7 victory over San Diego State University last Saturday won the team the Compaq Best Defensive Play of the Week award. The play ended with a BYU touchdown and highlighted BYU's star linebacker Rob Morris.

Seasiders and Sea Warriors head for showdown

The confrontation is likely to happen next week in Laie when BYU-Hawaii is expected to host the Far West Regional. Just like last season, the two top teams in the country are from the islands. Only one team can go on to the NCAA national tournament, Dec. 2-4, in Battle Creek, Mich.

Go to Article

Cougars End Soccer Season With NCAA Loss

The Broncos took just four shots on goal during the game, but two of those shots, both by Mandy Clements, got into BYU's net. The Broncos dominated the game.

Go to Article

BYU Women face most difficult goal (BYU beats Cal, will face SCU)

BYU's women's soccer team defeated Cal 2-0 on Wednesday in the NCAA women's soccer tournament opener, leaving them next to face top-ranked Santa Clara University on Saturday. But while beating Santa Clara would get them past the most difficult opponent, the team would still have to face the difficulty of a tournament championship game that would be moved from a Sunday for their benefit.

Go to Article

BYU's cry: 'Don't give us Liberty'

The BYU Cougar football team is closing in on the first Mountain West Conference championship, giving it a return trip to the Liberty Bowl, formerly the bowl game for the Western Athletic Conference. But the Cougars aren't that excited about it because they think they deserve better. Unfortunately, the 14th ranked Cougars probably won't get anything better.

Go to Article

LDS RM to start at Duke (Christensen finally gets his chance)

LDS Returned Missionary Matt Christensen will start his first regular-season game for Duke University's basketball team on Thursday when the Blue Devils play Stanford at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Christensen was used occasionally at Duke during the 1995-96 season, before he left on a mission for Germany. Christensen redshirted last season.

Go to Article

Other Sports Articles

Copyright 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 Kent Larsen · Privacy Information