2012–13 BYU Cougars men's basketball team

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2012–13 BYU Cougars men's basketball
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NIT 3-seed, Semifinals
Conference West Coast Conference
2012–13 record 24–12 (10–6 WCC)
Head coach Dave Rose (8th year)
Assistant coach Terry Nashif
Assistant coach Tim LaComb
Assistant coach Mark Pope
Home arena Marriott Center
Seasons
« 2011–12 2013–14 »
2012–13 West Coast Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
#1 Gonzaga 16 0   1.000     32 3   .914
Saint Mary's 14 2   .875     28 7   .800
BYU 10 6   .625     24 12   .667
Santa Clara 9 7   .563     26 12   .684
San Francisco 7 9   .438     15 16   .484
San Diego 7 9   .438     16 18   .471
Pepperdine 4 12   .250     12 18   .400
Portland 4 12   .250     11 21   .344
Loyola Marymount 1 15   .063     11 23   .324
2013 WCC Tournament winner
As of April 5, 2013; Rankings from AP Poll

The 2012–13 BYU Cougars men's basketball team represented Brigham Young University during the 2012–13 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. It was head coach Dave Rose's eighth season at BYU and the Cougars second season in the West Coast Conference. The Cougars played their home games at the Marriott Center. The Cougars finished the regular season at 21–11, good for third place in the WCC. The Cougars accepted an invitation to the NIT, where they lost in the semifinals to eventual champion Baylor. The Cougars finished with an overall record of 24–12, one win away from what would have been a seventh consecutive 25-win season.

Before the season[edit]

Departures[edit]

Name Number Pos. Height Weight Year Hometown Notes
Austin Nelson 3 G 6'0" 160 Freshman Henderson, Nevada LDS mission (returning in 2014-15)
Jaren Sweeney 15 G/F 6'5" 190 Freshman Mesa, Arizona LDS mission (returning in 2014-15)
Damarcus Harrison 24 G 6'5" 190 Freshman Provo, Utah Original plan to serve LDS mission;[1] Transferred to Clemson[2]
Michael Boswell 35 F 6'9" 215 RS Freshman Aloha, Oregon
Noah Hartsock 34 F 6'8" 230 Senior Bartlesville, Oklahoma Graduated- Signed contract in Euroleague Basketball with Belgium's Generali Okapi Aalstar[3]
Charles Abouo 1 G/F 6'5" 215 Senior Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire Graduated
Nick Martineau 14 G 6'0" 170 Junior Fruit Heights, Utah Graduated Early[4]
Chris Collinsworth 41 F 6'10" 215 RS Sophomore Provo, Utah Retired after 3rd surgery in 3 seasons[5]
Stephen Rogers 21 F 6'8" 195 Junior Mesa, Arizona Retired Due to Continual Knee Problems[6]

Recruiting[edit]

Through the course of the fall and spring letter of intent days, the Cougars would bolster their lineup. On November 11, Coach Rose announced that Cory Calvert and Jordan Chatman had signed letters of intent to play for BYU. He revealed then that both Calvert and Chatman planned to serve church missions before joining the team, meaning they wouldn't become part of the BYU team until the 2014–15 season. Freshman Cooper Ainge, son of former BYU great Danny Ainge, announced he would walk-on at BYU. He plans to play for 1 year before departing on a mission. The spring national Letter of Intent Signing Days began on April 10, 2012 and ran through May 16. On the first day of eligibility, Raúl Delgado and Agustín Ambrosino signed letters of intent. Both will come in as juniors and have two years of eligibility.[7] On April 20, it was announced that Cory Calvert would play one season before going on his mission, just as Ainge is doing, because he wouldn't have time to get into playing shape for the 2014–15 season after his mission.[8]

2012–13 Return Missionaries[edit]

BYU would also get a boost from 2 return missionaries in the form of Tyler Haws and Kyle Rose. Haws would return to BYU on April 18, 2012 to get ready to play. In Haws first season at BYU (2009–10), Haws would average 11.3 points and 4.2 rebounds a game while helping BYU to a 30–6 record. Rose is the nephew of head coach Dave Rose and will be playing his first regular season for BYU after redshirting the 2009-10 season. [13]

2012–13 media[edit]

Television information[edit]

On the April 30 episode of True Blue, it was announced that fall practice would begin October 12. The Blue-White Scrimmage took place on October 24, and the Cougars had their first scrimmage on October 26. BYUtvsports.com and BYUtv provided coverage of the inter-squad match and the scrimmages. All home games and conference road games aired on BYUtv or on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, or ROOT.

Media Day[edit]

BYU Basketball Media Day was held Wednesday, August 10 from 8:30 AM– 2:30 PM. Jarom Jordan recapped the 2011-12 season and then interviewed every player on the 2012-13 BYU Basketball roster. The day ended with a Dave Rose press conference and then player interviews with various media organizations.[14]

It was also announced on Media Day that BYUtv Sports would carry all home broadcasts that ESPN had not picked up while BYUtvsports.com would exclusively carry the 2012 Cougar Classic.[15]

BYU Radio Sports Network Affiliates[edit]

KSL 102.7 FM and 1160 AM- Flagship Station (Salt Lake City/ Provo, UT and ksl.com)
BYU Radio- Nationwide (Dish Network 980, Sirius XM 143, and byuradio.org)
KTHK- Blackfoot/ Idaho Falls/ Pocatello/ Rexburg, ID
KMGR- Manti, UT
KSUB- Cedar City, UT
KDXU- St. George, UT

Roster[edit]

2012–13 BYU Cougars men's basketball team
Players Coaches
Pos. # Name Height Weight Year High School/Junior College Home town
F 0 Davies, BrandonBrandon Davies (C) 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m) 235 lb (107 kg) Sr Provo Provo, UT
G 1 Delgado, RaúlRaúl Delgado 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) 195 lb (88 kg) Jr Western Nebraska CC Chihuahua, Mexico
G 2 Cusick, CraigCraig Cusick 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) 185 lb (84 kg) RS Sr Orem
Utah
Orem, UT
G 3 Haws, TylerTyler Haws (C) 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 200 lb (91 kg) So Lone Peak Alpine, UT
F 5 Ambrosino, AgustínAgustín Ambrosino 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) 195 lb (88 kg) Jr Gulf Coast CC
Salt Lake CC
Córdoba, Argentina
F 12 Sharp, JoshJosh Sharp Injured 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 185 lb (84 kg) RS So Lone Peak
Utah
Highland, UT
G/F 13 Zylstra, BrockBrock Zylstra (C) 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 210 lb (95 kg) Sr Bonita La Verne, CA
G 20 Winder, AnsonAnson Winder 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 195 lb (88 kg) RS So Bishop Gorman Las Vegas, NV
G 23 Calvert, CoryCory Calvert 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 185 lb (84 kg) Fr Chaparral Parker, CO
G 30 Ainge, CooperCooper Ainge Current redshirt 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) 175 lb (79 kg) Fr Wellesley Wellesley, MA
F/C 33 Austin, NateNate Austin 6 ft 11 in (2.11 m) 230 lb (104 kg) RS So Lone Peak Alpine, UT
F/C 42 Harward, IanIan Harward 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m) 215 lb (98 kg) RS Fr Orem Orem, UT
F 44 Kaufusi, BronsonBronson Kaufusi 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 260 lb (118 kg) Fr Timpview Provo, UT
G 53 Carlino, MattMatt Carlino 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) 175 lb (79 kg) RS So Bloomington South (Bloomington, IN) Scottsdale, AZ
Head coach
Assistant coach(es)

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • (S) Suspended
  • (I) Ineligible
  • (W) Walk-on

Schedule[edit]

Date Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Record
Exhibition
10/26/2012* 7:00 PM Southeastern Oklahoma Marriott CenterProvo, UT BYUtv W 103–57  -
11/03/2012* 7:00 PM Findlay Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 90–61  -
Regular Season
11/9/2012* 7:00 PM Tennessee State Marriott Center • Provo, UT
(Coaches Vs. Cancer Classic)
BYUtv W 81–66  1–0
11/13/2012* 7:00 PM Georgia State Marriott Center • Provo, UT
(Coaches Vs. Cancer Classic)
BYUtv W 80–62  2–0
11/16/2012* 5:00 PM vs. Florida State Barclays CenterBrooklyn, NY
(Coaches Vs. Cancer Classic Semifinals)
truTV L 70–88  2–1
11/17/2012* 5:00 PM vs. #20/21 Notre Dame Barclays Center • Brooklyn, NY
(Coaches Vs. Cancer Classic 3rd Place Game)
truTV L 68–78  2–2
11/21/2012* 7:00 PM UTSA Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 81–62  3–2
11/24/2012* 7:00 PM Cal State Northridge Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 87–75  4–2
11/28/2012* 7:00 PM vs. Montana EnergySolutions ArenaSalt Lake City, UT BYUtv W 85–60  5–2
12/01/2012* 12:00 PM at Iowa State Hilton ColiseumAmes, IA Cyclones.TV L 62–83  5–3
12/08/2012* 7:00 PM Utah Marriott Center • Provo, UT
(Old Oquirrh Bucket and Deseret First Duel)
BYUtv W 61–58  6–3
12/15/2012* 7:00 PM at Weber State Dee Events CenterOgden, UT
(Old Oquirrh Bucket)
BYUtv W 78–68  7–3
12/18/2012* 7:00 PM Eastern New Mexico Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 95–62  8–3
12/21/2012* 7:00 PM at Baylor Ferrell CenterWaco, TX ESPN2 L 64–79  8–4
12/27/2012* 7:00 PM Northern Arizona Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 84–54  9–4
12/29/2012* 12:00 PM vs. Virginia Tech EnergySolutions Arena • Salt Lake City, UT ESPNU W 91–74  10–4
01/03/2013 7:00 PM Loyola Marymount Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 92–51  11–4 (1–0)
01/05/2013 8:00 PM at San Francisco War Memorial GymnasiumSan Francisco, CA BYUtv W 80–76  12–4 (2–0)
01/10/2013 7:00 PM Pepperdine Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 76–51  13–4 (3–0)
01/12/2013 2:30 PM at Santa Clara Leavey CenterSanta Clara, CA WCC TV W 82–64  14–4 (4–0)
01/16/2013 9:00 PM Saint Mary's Marriott Center • Provo, UT ESPNU L 69–70  14–5 (4–1)
01/19/2013 7:00 PM San Diego Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 74–57  15–5 (5–1)
01/24/2013 9:00 PM at #10/10 Gonzaga McCarthey Athletic CenterSpokane, WA ESPN2 L 63–83  15–6 (5–2)
01/26/2013 8:30 PM at Portland Chiles CenterPortland, OR ESPNU W 85–67  16–6 (6–2)
01/31/2013 8:00 PM at Pepperdine Firestone FieldhouseMalibu, CA ROOT W 63–61  17–6 (7–2)
02/02/2013 7:00 PM Santa Clara Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 96–79  18–6 (8–2)
02/07/2013 8:00 PM at San Diego Jenny Craig PavilionSan Diego, CA BYUtv L 68–74  18–7 (8–3)
02/09/2013 7:00 PM San Francisco Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv L 87–99  18–8 (8–4)
02/16/2013 7:00 PM Portland Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 86–72  19–8 (9–4)
02/19/2013* 7:00 PM Utah State Marriott Center • Provo, UT
(Old Oquirrh Bucket)
BYUtv W 70–68  20–8
02/21/2013 9:00 PM at Saint Mary's McKeon PavilionMoraga, CA ESPN2 L 57–64  20–9 (9–5)
02/28/2013 9:00 PM #2/2 Gonzaga Marriott Center • Provo, UT ESPN2 L 65–70  20–10 (9–6)
03/02/2013 9:00 PM at Loyola Marymount Gersten PavilionLos Angeles, CA ESPNU W 73–70  21–10 (10–6)
2013 West Coast Conference Men's Basketball Tournament
03/08/2013 9:30 PM vs. San Diego Orleans ArenaLas Vegas, NV
(Quarterfinals)
ESPNU L 69–72  21–11
2013 National Invitation Tournament
03/19/2013* 7:30 PM (6) Washington #(3) Marriott Center • Provo, UT
(First Round)
ESPN W 90–79  22–11
03/25/2013* 7:00 PM (7) Mercer #(3) Marriott Center • Provo, UT
(Second Round)
ESPNews W 90–71  23–11
03/27/2013* 6:00 PM at (1) Southern Miss #(3) Reed Green ColiseumHattiesburg, MS
(Quarterfinals)
ESPNU W 79–62  24–11
04/02/2013* 5:00 PM vs. (2) Baylor #(3) Madison Square GardenNew York, NY
(Semifinals)
ESPN2 L 70–76  24–12
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll. All times are in Mountain. (#) during NIT is Seed within Region.

Game Summaries[edit]

Cougar Tipoff[edit]

Broadcasters: Robbie Bullough, Steve Cleveland, and Shaun Gordon

Oct 24
7:05 pm MST
BYU Blue 84, BYU White 70
Scoring by half: 47-42, 37-28
Pts: Tyler Haws 26
Rebs: Nate Austin 10
Asts: Matt Carlino 8
Pts: Brandon Davies 20
Rebs: Brandon Davies 7
Asts: Cory Calvert 5
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: N/A[16]
Referees: N/A

Exhibition: Southeastern Oklahoma State[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, and Kory Aldous

Oct 26
7:05 pm MST
Southeastern Oklahoma State Savage Storm 57, BYU Cougars 103
Scoring by half: 25-50, 32-53
Pts: Urald King 14
Rebs: Antonio Worthy 10
Asts: Chris Roussell 3
Pts: Brandon Davies 25
Rebs: Agustin Ambrosino 8
Asts: Matt Carlino 8
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 11,901
Referees: Kevin Brill, Glen Mayberry, Deldre Carr[17]

Exhibition: Findlay[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Steve Cleveland, and Robbie Bullough

BYUtv
Nov 3
7:05 pm MST
#3 (D2) Findlay Oilers 61, BYU Cougars 90
Scoring by half: 24-40, 37-50
Pts: Greg Khalig 11
Rebs: Jack Smith 5
Asts: Jake Heagen 3
Pts: Tyler Haws 19
Rebs: Brandon Davies 13
Asts: Matt Carlino 6
Davies with a double-double
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 13,085
Referees: Richard Cartmell, Casey McClellan, Rob Rorke[18]

Coaches vs. Cancer Classic: Tennessee State[edit]

Series History: First Meeting[19]
Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Steve Cleveland, and Robbie Bullough

BYUtv
Nov 9
7:05 pm MST
Tennessee State Tigers 66, BYU Cougars 81
Scoring by half: 28-34, 38-47
Pts: Kellen Thornton 20
Rebs: Kellen Thornton 8
Asts: Patrick Miller 9
Pts: Tyler Haws 22
Rebs: Brandon Davies 7
Asts: Matt Carlino 10
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 16,283[20]
Referees: James Giron, Marc Beasley, Jeffrey Kent

Coaches vs. Cancer Classic: Georgia State[edit]

Series History: First Meeting[21]
Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, and Robbie Bullough

BYUtv
Nov 13
7:05 pm MST
Georgia State Panthers 62, BYU Cougars 80
Scoring by half: 26-44, 36-36
Pts: Manny Atkins 21
Rebs: Manny Atkins 8
Asts: Devonta White 3
Pts: Brandon Davies 28
Rebs: Brandon Davies 9
Asts: Matt Carlino 7
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 13,181[22]
Referees: Michael Reed, Gregory Nixon, Mark Cook

Coaches vs. Cancer Classic: Florida State[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 1-0[23]
Broadcasters: Brian Anderson, Greg Anthony, Steve Smith, Craig Sager, and Seth Davis

Nov 16
7:00 pm EST
Florida State Seminoles 88, BYU Cougars 70
Scoring by half: 44-35, 44-35
Pts: Okaro White 17
Rebs: Michael Snaer 7
Asts: Devon Bookert 6
Pts: Brandon Davies & Tyler Haws 19
Rebs: Tyler Haws 7
Asts: Tyler Haws 5
Barclays Center
Brooklyn, NY
Attendance: N/A[24]
Referees: Karl Hess, Les Jones, Ray Natili

Coaches vs. Cancer Classic: #20 Notre Dame[edit]

Series History: Notre Dame leads series 4-3[25]
Broadcasters: Brian Anderson, Greg Anthony, Steve Smith, Craig Sager, and Seth Davis

truTV
Nov 17
7:00 pm EST
#20 Notre Dame Fighting Irish 78, BYU Cougars 68
Scoring by half: 31-32, 47-36
Pts: Jack Cooley & Jarian Grant 19
Rebs: Jack Cooley 12
Asts: Pat Connaughton 4
Pts: Tyler Haws 21
Rebs: Josh Sharp 8
Asts: Brock Zylstra 4
Barclays Center
Brooklyn, NY
Attendance: N/A
Referees: Brian Dorsey, Tim Kelly, Jerry Heater

Texas-San Antonio[edit]

Series History: First Meeting[26]
Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, and Robbie Bullough

BYUtv
Nov 21
7:05 pm MST
UTSA Roadrunners 62, BYU Cougars 81
Scoring by half: 28-48, 34-33
Pts: Kannon Burrage 22
Rebs: Jeromie Hill 6
Asts: Michael Hale III 4
Pts: Brandon Davies 22
Rebs: Brandon Davies 10
Asts: Craig Cusick 5
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 16,475[27]
Referees: Donald McAllister, Justin Van Duyne, Tom Nally

Cal State Northridge[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 4-0[28]
Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, and Robbie Bullough

BYUtv
Nov 24
7:05 pm MST
CS Northridge Matadors 75, BYU Cougars 87
Scoring by half: 40-46, 35-41
Pts: Stephan Hicks 25
Rebs: Stephan Hicks 8
Asts: Tre Hale-Edmerson 5
Pts: Tyler Haws 32
Rebs: Brandon Davies 8
Asts: Matt Carlino 6
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 20,900[29]
Referees: Michael Greenstein, Kurt Walker, Milton Stowe

Montana[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 23-10[30]
Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, and Robbie Bullough

BYUtv
Nov 28
7:05 pm MST
Montana Grizzlies 60, BYU Cougars 85
Scoring by half: 31-42, 29-43
Pts: Kareem Jamar 17
Rebs: Kareem Jamar 9
Asts: Jordan Gregory 3
Pts: Brandon Davies 21
Rebs: Brandon Davies 10
Asts: Brandon Davies 6
EnergySolutions Arena
Salt Lake City, UT
Attendance: 12,378[31]
Referees: Michael Irving, Brett Nansel, Courtney Holmes

at Iowa State[edit]

Series History: Iowa State leads series 4-0[32]
Broadcasters: John Walters and Eric Heft

Dec 1
1:00 pm CST
BYU Cougars 62, Iowa State Cyclones 83
Scoring by half: 37-48, 25-35
Pts: Brandon Davies 20
Rebs: Brandon Davies 6
Asts: Brandon Davies, Tyler Haws, Craig Cusick, & Matt Carlino 3
Pts: Will Clyburn 32
Rebs: Melvin Ejim 8
Asts: Korie Lucious 9
Hilton Coliseum
Ames, IA
Attendance: 13,739
Referees: Duke Edsall, Rick Crawford, Jeb Hartness

Utah[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 128-125[33]
Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Steve Cleveland, and Robbie Bullough

BYUtv
Dec 8
7:05 pm MST
Utah Utes 58, BYU Cougars 61
Scoring by half: 35-26, 23-35
Pts: Jordan Loveridge 14
Rebs: Dallin Bachynski 9
Asts: Glen Dean 3
Pts: Matt Carlino 19
Rebs: Josh Sharp 9
Asts: Matt Carlino 5
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 16,109[34]
Referees: Mike Scyphers, Randy McCall, Ken Ditty

at Weber State[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 27-10[35]
Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, and Robbie Bullough (Jarom Jordan and Steve Cleveland Halftime)

BYUtv
Dec 15
7:00 pm MST
BYU Cougars 78, Weber State Wildcats 68
Scoring by half: 36-26, 42-42
Pts: Brandon Davies 33
Rebs: Brandon Davies 8
Asts: Tyler Haws 3
Career High Points for Davies & Cory Calvert
Pts: Davion Berry 25
Rebs: Frank Otis & Joel Bolomboy 7
Asts: Scott Bamforth & Gel Wheelwright 3
Career High Points for Davion Berry
Dee Events Center
Ogden, UT
Attendance: 8,695
Referees: Horace Shields, Klaus Endrissat, Deldre Carr

Eastern New Mexico[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 1-0[36]
Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Steve Cleveland, and Robbie Bullough

BYUtv
Dec 18
7:05 pm MST
Eastern New Mexico Greyhounds 62, BYU Cougars 95
Scoring by half: 29-33, 44-51
Pts: Rodney Blackmon 14
Rebs: Jordan Romero & Lawrence Domingo 5
Asts: Rodney Blackmon 6
Pts: Tyler Haws 19
Rebs: Agustin Ambrosino 8
Asts: Craig Cusick 6
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 15,820[37]
Referees: Richard Batsell, Michael Eggers, Tom Spitznagel

at Baylor[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 5-3[38]
Broadcasters: Mark Neely and Bruce Pearl[39]

Dec 21
7:00 pm MST
BYU Cougars 64, Baylor Bears 79
Scoring by half: 31-40, 33-39
Pts: Brandon Davies 26
Rebs: Brandon Davies 17
Asts: Brandon Davies & Tyler Haws 3
Pts: Pierre Jackson 16
Rebs: Cory Jefferson 16
Asts: Pierre Jackson 9
Ferrell Center
Waco, TX
Attendance: 7,239[40]
Referees: Jimmy Casas, Daryl Gelinas, Casey McClellan

Northern Arizona[edit]

Series History: Series even 1-1[41]
Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, and Robbie Bullough

BYUtv
Dec 27
7:05 pm MST
Northern Arizona Lumberjacks 54, BYU Cougars 84
Scoring by half: 23-48, 31-36
Pts: Michael Dunn 17
Rebs: Stallon Saldivar 9
Asts: Stallon Saldivar 4
Pts: Brandon Davies 27
Rebs: Brandon Davies 10
Asts: Matt Carlino 6
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 17,342[42]
Referees: Michael Scyphers, Tony Padilla, Mark Cook

Virginia Tech[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 2-0[43]
Broadcasters: Rich Cellini and Steve Cleveland[44]

Dec 29
12:05 pm MST
Virginia Tech Hokies 74, BYU Cougars 91
Scoring by half: 31-56, 40-41
Pts: Jarell Eddie 17
Rebs: Christian Beyer 11
Asts: Erick Green 6
Pts: Tyler Haws 42
Rebs: Nate Austin 8
Asts: Brandon Davies & Brock Zylstra 4
EnergySolutions Arena
Salt Lake City, UT
Attendance: 15,684[45]
Referees: Tommy Nunez, Jimmy Casas, Horace Shields

Loyola Marymount[edit]

Series History: Loyola Marymount leads series 3-2[46]
Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, and Robbie Bullough

BYUtv
Jan 3
7:05 pm MST
Loyola Marymount Lions 51, BYU Cougars 92
Scoring by half: 20-35, 31-57
Pts: Ashley Hamilton 16
Rebs: Chase Flint 7
Asts: Ayodeji Egbeyemi 3
Pts: Matt Carlino 21
Rebs: Josh Sharp 12
Asts: Matt Carlino 5
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 18,160[47]
Referees: Kevin Brill, Ken Ditty, Deldre Carr

at San Francisco[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 7-5[48]
Broadcasters: Dave McCann and Blaine Fowler (Jarom Jordan and Steve Cleveland Halftime)

BYUtv
Jan 5
8:00 pm MST
BYU Cougars 80, San Francisco Dons 76
Scoring by half: 37-46, 43-30
Pts: Cole Dickerson & Cody Doolin 22
Rebs: Cole Dickerson 9
Asts: Cody Doolin 10
Pts: Tyler Haws & Matt Carlino 22
Rebs: Josh Sharp 10
Asts: Matt Carlino 4
The Hilltop
San Francisco, CA
Attendance: 2,123[49]
Referees: Tony Padilla, Deron White, Horace Shields

Pepperdine[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 6-4[50]
Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, and Robbie Bullough

BYUtv
Jan 10
7:05 pm MST
Pepperdine Waves 51, BYU Cougars 76
Scoring by half: 35-30, 16-46
Pts: Jordan Baker 20
Rebs: Stacy Davis 8
Asts: Jordan Baker 3
Pts: Tyler Haws 24
Rebs: Brandon Davies 9
Asts: Brock Zylstra 6
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 14,888[51]
Referees: Michael Eggers, Brett Nansel, Jimmy Casas

at Santa Clara[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 17-5[52]
Broadcasters: Barry Tompkins and Brad Holland

WCC TV via ROOT
Jan 12
2:30 pm MST
BYU Cougars 82, Santa Clara Broncos 64
Scoring by half: 41-32, 41-32
Pts: Tyler Haws 24
Rebs: Brandon Davies 8
Asts: Matt Carlino 8
Pts: Kevin Foster 22
Rebs: Marc Trasolini 14
Asts: Evan Roquemore 8
Leavey Center
Santa Clara, CA
Attendance: 2,853[53]
Referees: Frank Harvey, Glen Mayberry, Jeff Ketchu

Saint Mary's[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 8-4[54]
Broadcasters: Rich Cellini and Miles Simon[55]

ESPNU
Jan 16
9:05 pm MST
Saint Mary's Gaels 70, BYU Cougars 69
Scoring by half: 27-34, 43-35
Pts: Stephen Holt 22
Rebs: Brad Waldow, Mitchell Young, & James Walker III 7
Asts: Matthew Dellavedova 8
Pts: Tyler Haws 23
Rebs: Tyler Haws 7
Asts: Matt Carlino 5
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 14,857[56]
Referees: Michael Irving, Richard Cartmell, Michael Scyphers

San Diego[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 5-0[57]
Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Steve Cleveland, and Robbie Bullough

BYUtv
Jan 19
7:05 pm MST
San Diego Toreros 57, BYU Cougars 74
Scoring by half: 31-43, 26-31
Pts: Johnny Dee 15
Rebs: Chris Manresa 6
Asts: Chris Anderson 7
Pts: Tyler Haws 25
Rebs: Nate Austin 9
Asts: Matt Carlino 6
Coach Dave Rose's 200th win
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 17,281[58]
Referees: Dennis Flannery Jr., Sam Haddad, Klaus Endrissat

at #10 Gonzaga[edit]

Series History: Gonzaga leads series 3-2[59]
Broadcasters: Dave Flemming and Stephen Bardo[60]

ESPN2
Jan 24
9:00 pm MST
Recap
BYU Cougars 63, #10 Gonzaga Bulldogs 83
Scoring by half: 21-40, 42-43
Pts: Brandon Davies & Josh Sharp 14
Rebs: Brandon Davies 6
Asts: Matt Carlino 4
Pts: Kelly Olynyk 26
Rebs: Elias Harris 10
Asts: Kelly Olynyk 5
The Kennel
Spokane, WA
Attendance: 6,000[61]
Referees: Michael Reed, Michael Scyphers, Jimmy Casas

at Portland[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 7-0[62]
Broadcasters: Roxy Bernstein and Steve Cleveland[60]

ESPNU
Jan 26
8:30 pm MST
BYU Cougars 85, Portland Pilots 67
Scoring by half: 39-29, 46-38
Pts: Matt Carlino 24
Rebs: Brandon Davies 11
Asts: Matt Carlino 6
Pts: Ryan Nicholas 16
Rebs: Ryan Nicholas 11
Asts: Bryce Pressley, Oskars Reinfelds, and Derrick Rodgers 4
Chiles Center
Portland, OR
Attendance: 3,078[63]
Referees: Michael Greenstein, Milton Stowe, Scott Harris

at Pepperdine[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 7-4[64]
Broadcasters: Ari Wolfe and Jarron Collins

TWC SN via ROOT
Jan 31
8:03 pm MST
BYU Cougars 63, Pepperdine Waves 61
Scoring by half: 20-31, 43-30
Pts: Tyler Haws 21
Rebs: Brandon Davies 12
Asts: Matt Carlino 4
Pts: Stacy Davis 17
Rebs: Jett Raines 8
Asts: Lorne Jackson 7
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
Attendance: 1,824[65]
Referees: Richard Batsell, Daryl Gelinas, Deldre Carr

Santa Clara[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 18-5[66]
Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Steve Cleveland, and Robbie Bullough

BYUtv
Feb 2
7:05 pm MST
Santa Clara Broncos 79, BYU Cougars 96
Scoring by half: 46-47, 33-49
Pts: Kevin Foster 18
Rebs: Yannick Atanga 9
Asts: Kevin Foster 9
Pts: Matt Carlino 28
Rebs: Brandon Davies 11
Asts: Matt Carlino 6
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 17,228[67]
Referees: Tommy Nunez, Brett Nansel, Marc Beasley

at San Diego[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 6-0[68]
Broadcasters: Dave McCann and Blaine Fowler

BYUtv
Feb 7
8:05 pm MST
BYU Cougars 68, San Diego Toreros 74
Scoring by half: 36-40, 32-34
Pts: Tyler Haws 27
Rebs: Brandon Davies 10
Asts: Matt Carlino 4
Pts: Johnny Dee 19
Rebs: Chris Manresa & Dennis Kramer 10
Asts: Ken Rancifer 6
The Slim Gym
San Diego, CA
Attendance: 3,296[69]
Referees: Jimmy Casas, Kurt Walker, Ronald Brokenbrough

San Francisco[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 8-5[70]
Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Steve Cleveland, and Robbie Bullough

BYUtv
Feb 9
7:05 pm MST
San Francisco Dons 99, BYU Cougars 87
Scoring by half: 39-48, 60-39
Pts: De'End Parker 23
Rebs: Cole Dickerson 11
Asts: Cody Doolin 8
Pts: Brock Zylstra 18
Rebs: Brandon Davies 9
Asts: Tyler Haws 4
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 15,477[71]
Referees: Michael Irving, Ken Ditty, Justin Van Duyne

Portland[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 8-0[72]
Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Steve Cleveland, and Robbie Bullough

BYUtv
Feb 16
7:05 pm MST
Portland Pilots 72, BYU Cougars 86
Scoring by half: 25-46, 47-40
Pts: Thomas Van Der Mars 19
Rebs: Thomas Van Der Mars & Jake Ehlers 4
Asts: Bryce Pressley 8
Pts: Tyler Haws 28
Rebs: Tyler Haws 8
Asts: Craig Cusick & Matt Carlino 7
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 17,009[73]
Referees: Richard Cartmell, Richard Batsell, James Giron

Utah State[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 136-92[74]
Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, and Robbie Bullough

This game was originally scheduled for December 5. However, the day before the game, Utah State player Danny Berger collapsed at practice, stopped breathing, and had to be revived.[75] Berger was in critical condition at a hospital in the Salt Lake City suburb of Murray, but quickly improved and was released on December 8. Both schools agreed to postpone and reschedule the game. On the day of Berger's release, the game's new date of February 19 was announced.[76]

BYUtv
Feb 19
7:05 pm MST
Utah State Aggies 68, BYU Cougars 70
Scoring by half: 32-41, 36-29
Pts: Spencer Butterfield 21
Rebs: Spencer Butterfield 14
Asts: Spencer Butterfield 5
Pts: Tyler Haws 27
Rebs: Craig Cusick 5
Asts: Matt Carlino 5
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 16,569[77]
Referees: Larry Spaulding, Eric Curry, Tom O'Neil

at Saint Mary's[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 8-5[78]
Broadcasters: Kanoa Leahey and Sean Farnham[79]

ESPN2
Feb 21
9:00 pm MST
BYU Cougars 57, Saint Mary's Gaels 64
Scoring by half: 32-38, 25-36
Pts: Brandon Davies 25
Rebs: Brandon Davies 9
Asts: Brandon Davies 4
Pts: Matthew Dellavedova 20
Rebs: Beau Levesque 8
Asts: Matthew Dellavedova 4
McKeon Pavilion
Moraga, CA
Attendance: 3,500[80]
Referees: Michael Reed, Gregory Nixon, Tommy Nunez

#2 Gonzaga[edit]

Series History: Gonzaga leads series 4-2[81]
Broadcasters: Dave Flemming and Mark Adams[82]

ESPN2
Feb 28
9:05 pm MST
#2 Gonzaga Bulldogs 70, BYU Cougars 65
Scoring by half: 35-31, 35-34
Pts: Kelly Olynyk 19
Rebs: Elias Harris 9
Asts: David Stockton & Elias Harris 4
Pts: Tyler Haws 19
Rebs: Brandon Davies 11
Asts: Brandon Davies & Craig Cusick 3
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 19,731[83]
Referees: Michael Greenstein, Michael Irving, Kevin Brill

at Loyola Marymount[edit]

Series History: Series even 3-3[84]
Broadcasters: Roxy Bernstein and Danny Schayes[82]

ESPNU
Mar 2
9:00 pm MST
BYU Cougars 73, Loyola Marymount Lions 70
Scoring by half: 34-28, 39-42
Pts: Tyler Haws 24
Rebs: Brandon Davies 8
Asts: Matt Carlino 7
Pts: Anthony Ireland 24
Rebs: Godwin Okonji 7
Asts: Anthony Ireland & Chase Flint 5
Gersten Pavilion
Los Angeles, CA
Attendance: 1,911[85]
Referees: Tommy Nunez, Tom Spitznagel, Bruce Hicks

WCC Quarterfinals: vs. San Diego[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 5-1[86]
Broadcasters: Dave Flemming and Sean Farnham[87]

ESPNU
Mar 8
9:40 pm MST
San Diego Toreros 72, BYU Cougars 69
Scoring by half: 35-28, 37-41
Pts: Johnny Dee 25
Rebs: Chris Manresa 10
Asts: Chris Anderson 6
Pts: Brandon Davies & Tyler Haws 20
Rebs: Brandon Davies 9
Asts: Brandon Davies 8
Orleans Arena
Paradise, NV
Attendance: 7,896[88]
Referees: Tony Padilla, Richard Batsell, James Giron

NIT 1st Round: Washington[edit]

Series History: Washington leads series 10-8[89]
Broadcasters: Roxy Bernstein and Sean Farnham[90]

ESPN
Mar 19
7:40 pm MDT
Washington Huskies 79, BYU Cougars 90
Scoring by half: 35-33, 44-57
Pts: CJ Wilcox 20
Rebs: Shawn Kemp Jr. 11
Asts: Abdul Gaddy 9
Pts: Tyler Haws 37 (BYU NIT record for 1 players points)
Rebs: Brandon Davies 9
Asts: Matt Carlino 9
Haws, Davies, & Carlino all 20+ points
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 7,511[91]
Referees: Rick Batsell, Jim Giron, Wilson Holland

NIT 2nd Round: Mercer[edit]

Series History: First Meeting[92]
Broadcasters: Dave Pasch and Bill Walton[93]

Mar 25
7:00 pm MDT
Mercer Bears 71, BYU Cougars 90
Scoring by half: 35-44, 36-46
Pts: Travis Smith 19
Rebs: Bud Thomas and Jacob Gollon 6
Asts: Jacob Gollon 8
Pts: Brandon Davies 26
Rebs: Brandon Davies 10
Asts: Matt Carlino 9
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 12,929[94]
Referees: K. C. Ely, Shawn Lehigh, Daryl Gelinas

NIT Quarterfinal: at Southern Miss[edit]

Series History: First Meeting[95]
Broadcasters: Dave Neal and Joe Dean, Jr.[96]

ESPNU
Mar 27
6:00 pm MDT
BYU Cougars 79, Southern Miss Golden Eagles 62
Scoring by half: 40-29, 39-33
Pts: Tyler Haws 25
Rebs: Brandon Davies 13
Asts: Matt Carlino 9
Pts: Daveon Bordingham 18
Rebs: Jonathan Mills 15
Asts: Neil Watson 6
Reed Green Coliseum
Hattiesburg, MS
Attendance: 7,679[97]
Referees: Jamie Luckie, Bryan Kersey, Terry Ogelsby

NIT Semifinal: Baylor[edit]

Series History: BYU leads series 5-4
Broadcasters: Bob Wischusen, Dan Dakich, and Bill Raftery (ESPN2);[96] Brad Sham and Steve Lappas (Dial Global)

ESPN2
Apr 2
5:00 pm MDT
BYU Cougars 70, Baylor Bears 76
Scoring by half: 33-35, 37-41
Pts: Tyler Haws 25
Rebs: Nate Austin 11
Asts: Matt Carlino 5
Pts: Pierre Jackson 24
Rebs: Isaiah Austin 10
Asts: Pierre Jackson 10
Madison Square Garden
New York, NY
Attendance: 10,009[98]
Referees: Brian O'Connell, Tim Clougherty, Earl Walton

Rankings[edit]

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Post-season Awards[edit]

Tyler Haws won the following post-season awards for the 2013-13 season:

  • District 9 First Team by the National Association of Basketball Coaches
  • First Team All District by the United States Basketball Writers Association
  • All-West Coast Conference Team by the league's coaches


Brandon Davies won the following post-season awards for the 2012-13 season:

  • District 9 Second Team by the national Association of Basketball Coaches
  • First Team All District by the United States Basketball Writers Association
  • All-West Coast Conference Team by the league's coaches

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