On Ainge’s Heels: WCC lead scorer M. Tyler Haws (’15) became the second Cougar to hit 1,000 career points in his sophomore season. Danny R. Ainge (BA ’92) was the first. Also in the 1,000-point club: Brandon J. Davies (’13), who is also in BYU’s all-time top 10 in rebounding.
Lifetime Achievement: R. LaVell Edwards (EdD ’78) received the 2013 Paul “Bear” Bryant Lifetime Achievement Award, given to extraordinary coaches who have displayed honor and sportsmanship throughout an acclaimed career.
Team USA: Senior defender Lindsi Lisonbee Cutshall (’13) now plays for the Under-23 Women’s National Team.
Track and Field
Conference Champ: Victor R. Weirich (’13) landed a first-place finish in pole vault at the MPSF Indoor Championships. More for Miles:Recent grad and NCAAtitle- and record-holder Miles B. Batty (BS ’12) received the NCAA Today’s Top 10 Award, which honors only 10 student athletes a year for achievement in sports, school, and service.
Swimming and Diving
Six Firsts:BYU notched six firsts at MPSF championships: diver Nicholas P. Suder (’15) in the 1 meter and 3 meter; Hailey J. Campbell (’15) in the 100 back and 200 back; Preston R. Jenkins (’16), Garret R. D. Beaman (’15), Brent E. Murray (’16), and Payton M. Sorenson (’16) in the men’s 400 free relay; and Jordan O. Fletcher (’14), Sorenson, Beaman, and Murray in the 200 free relay. Seven Cougars broke BYU records at the event.
Killing It: Freshman Benjamin M. Patch (’16) set a BYU rally-scoring record with 35 kills in a comeback win over no. 1 UC Irvine on the road. Junior Taylor L. Sander (’14) broke BYU’s all-time ace record when he reached a career total of 114 in the Cougar’s March 9 victory over Cal Baptist.