2013–14 BYU Cougars men's basketball team

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2013–14 BYU Cougars men's basketball
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NCAA Second Round vs. Oregon, L 68–87
Conference West Coast Conference
2013–14 record 23–12 (13–5 WCC)
Head coach Dave Rose (9th year)
Assistant coach Terry Nashif (7th year)
Assistant coach Tim LaComb (4th year)
Assistant coach Mark Pope (3rd year)
Home arena Marriott Center
Seasons
« 2012–13 2014–15 »
2013–14 West Coast Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Gonzaga 15 3   .833     29 7   .806
BYU 13 5   .722     23 12   .657
San Francisco 13 5   .722     21 12   .636
Saint Mary's 11 7   .611     23 12   .657
Pepperdine 8 10   .444     15 16   .484
San Diego 7 11   .389     18 17   .514
Portland 7 11   .389     15 16   .484
Pacific 6 12   .333     18 16   .529
Santa Clara 6 12   .333     14 19   .424
Loyola Marymount 4 14   .222     13 19   .406
2014 West Coast Conference Tournament winner

The 2013–14 BYU Cougars men's basketball team represented Brigham Young University in the 2013–14 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. This was head coach Dave Rose's ninth season at BYU and the Cougars third season in the West Coast Conference. The Cougars played their home games at the Marriott Center. They finished the season 23–12, 13–5 in WCC play to finish in a tie for second place. They advanced to the championship game of the WCC Tournament where they lost to Gonzaga. They received an at large bid to the NCAA Tournament where they lost in the second round to Oregon.

Before the season[edit]

Departures[edit]

Name Number Pos. Height Weight Year Hometown Notes
Brandon Davies 0 F 6'9" 235 Senior Provo, Utah Graduated
Raúl Delgado 1 G 6'2" 195 Junior Chihuahua, Mexico Transferred to D2 Metro State[1]
Craig Cusick 2 G 6'2" 185 RS Senior Orem, Utah Graduated
Brock Zylstra 13 G/F 6'6" 210 Senior La Verne, California Graduated
Agustin Ambrosino 15 F 6'2" 195 Junior Córdoba, Argentina Left BYU[2]
Cory Calvert 23 G 6'3" 175 Freshman Parker, Colorado LDS mission (returning in 2015-16)
Cooper Ainge 30 G 6'0" 175 Freshman Wellesley, Massachusetts LDS mission (returning in 2015-16)
Ian Harward 42 F/C 6'10" 215 RS Freshman Orem, Utah Retired due to medical injury[3]

Recruiting[edit]

As early recruiting began, BYU had 5 players commit to play. Three of the players- Nick Emery, Jakob Hartsock, and Braiden Shaw, plan to serve two-year church missions before joining the team for the 2015-16 season. The other two plan to join BYU and play during the 2013-14 season.[4] During late recruitment, the Cougars had one JC Player decide to transfer to BYU in Skyler Halford.

2013–14 return missionaries[edit]

For the 2013-14 season, Coach Rose announced that Kyle Collinsworth would return from his mission in the summer of 2013 and resume playing as a forward for the BYU team. Collinsworth had been serving as a two-year church missionary in Russia.

Coaching[edit]

BYU also unveiled a surprise face as a new member of the coaching staff. Noah Hartsock returned from Spain to pursue his graduate degree and was named as a Student Assistant.[12]

2013–14 media[edit]

Nu Skin Cougar IMG Sports Network[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]

2013–14 BYU Cougars men's basketball team
Players Coaches
Pos. # Name Height Weight Year High School/Junior College Home town
F 0 Mika, EricEric Mika 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m) 220 lb (100 kg) Fr Lone Peak Alpine, UT
G 2 Carlino, MattMatt Carlino (C) 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) 175 lb (79 kg) RS Jr Bloomington South Scottsdale, AZ
G 3 Haws, TylerTyler Haws (C) 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 200 lb (91 kg) Jr Lone Peak Alpine, UT
G 5 Collinsworth, KyleKyle Collinsworth (C) 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 210 lb (95 kg) So Provo Provo, UT
F 12 Sharp, JoshJosh Sharp 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 185 lb (84 kg) RS Jr Lone Peak
Utah
Highland, UT
G 13 Johnston, AndrewAndrew Johnston (W) 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 185 lb (84 kg) So Snow Canyon St. George, UT
G 20 Winder, AnsonAnson Winder 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 195 lb (88 kg) RS Jr Bishop Gorman Las Vegas, NV
G 23 Halford, SkylerSkyler Halford 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) 180 lb (82 kg) Jr Timpanogos
Salt Lake CC
Orem, UT
G 24 Bartley, IV, FrankFrank Bartley, IV 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 200 lb (91 kg) Fr Future College Prep Baton Rouge, LA
G 30 Fischer, ChaseChase Fischer Current redshirt 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 195 lb (88 kg) Jr Ripley
Wake Forest
Ripley, WV
F/C 33 Austin, NateNate Austin 6 ft 11 in (2.11 m) 230 lb (104 kg) RS Jr Lone Peak Alpine, UT
C 35 Neilson, IsaacIsaac Neilson Current redshirt 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m) 230 lb (104 kg) Fr Mission Viejo Mission Viejo, CA
F 40 Aytes, JamalJamal Aytes Current redshirt 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 230 lb (104 kg) Fr JSerra
UNLV
San Diego, CA
F 41 Worthington, LukeLuke Worthington 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m) 240 lb (109 kg) Fr Homestead Mequon, WI
F 45 Pingree, GrahamGraham Pingree (W) 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 235 lb (107 kg) Fr Cherry Creek Greenwood Village, CO
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
10/26/2013* 7:00 pm Colorado College Marriott CenterProvo, UT BYUtv W 94–59  -
11/02/2013* 7:00 pm Alaska–Anchorage Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 99–68  -
Regular Season
11/09/2013* 7:00 pm Weber State Marriott Center • Provo, UT
(Old Oquirrh Bucket)
BYUtv W 81–72  1–0
11/11/2013* 9:00 pm at Stanford Maples PavilionPalo Alto, CA
(ESPN College Hoops Tipoff Marathon)
ESPN2 W 112–103  2–0
11/15/2013* 7:30 pm Mount St. Mary's Marriott Center • Provo, UT
(CBE Hall of Fame Classic)
BYUtv W 108–76  3–0
11/16/2013* 7:30 pm Colorado Mesa Marriott Center • Provo, UT
(CBE Hall of Fame Classic)
BYUtv W 84–60  4–0
11/20/2013* 7:30 pm #21/RV Iowa State Marriott Center • Provo, UT ESPNU L 88–90  4–1
11/25/2013* 5:30 pm vs. Texas Sprint CenterKansas City, MO
(CBE Hall of Fame Classic)
ESPNU W 86–82  5–1
11/26/2013* 8:00 pm vs. #12/12 Wichita State Sprint Center • Kansas City, MO
(CBE Hall of Fame Classic Championship)
ESPN2 L 62–75  5–2
11/30/2013* 7:00 pm vs. Utah State Energy Solutions ArenaSalt Lake City, UT
(Old Oquirrh Bucket)
BYUtv W 85–74  6–2
12/03/2013* 7:00 pm North Texas Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 97–67  7–2
12/07/2013* 11:30 am vs. #21/22 UMass MassMutual CenterSpringfield, MA
(Hall of Fame Showcase)
CBSSN L 96–105  7–3
12/11/2013* 7:00 pm Prairie View A&M Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 100–52  8–3
12/14/2013* 8:00 pm at Utah Huntsman Center • Salt Lake City, UT
(Old Oquirrh Bucket)
P12N L 64–81  8–4
12/21/2013* 8:30 pm at #13/11 Oregon Matthew Knight ArenaEugene, OR P12N L 96–100 OT 8–5
12/28/2013 2:00 pm at Loyola Marymount Gersten PavilionLos Angeles, CA ROOT UT L 76–87  8–6 (0–1)
12/30/2013 8:00 pm at Pepperdine Firestone FieldhouseMalibu, CA TheW.tv L 74–80  8–7 (0–2)
01/04/2014 7:00 pm San Diego Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 87–53  9–7 (1–2)
01/09/2014 7:00 pm Pepperdine Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 84–72  10–7 (2–2)
01/11/2014 7:00 pm Loyola Marymount Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 91–68  11–7 (3–2)
01/16/2014 7:00 pm at San Francisco War Memorial GymnasiumSan Francisco, CA ESPNU W 83–76  12–7 (4–2)
01/18/2014 8:00 pm at Santa Clara Leavey CenterSanta Clara, CA ROOT UT W 91–81  13–7 (5–2)
01/23/2014 8:00 pm at Portland Chiles CenterPortland, OR ROOT UT L 110–114 3OT 13–8 (5–3)
01/25/2014 8:00 pm at #RV/21 Gonzaga McCarthey Athletic CenterSpokane, WA ESPN2 L 69–84  13–9 (5–4)
01/30/2014 7:00 pm Pacific Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 88–78  14–9 (6–4)
02/01/2014 8:00 pm Saint Mary's Marriott Center • Provo, UT ESPN2 W 84–71  15–9 (7–4)
02/06/2014 9:00 pm Santa Clara Marriott Center • Provo, UT ESPNU W 89–76  16–9 (8–4)
02/08/2014 7:00 pm San Francisco Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 68–63  17–9 (9–4)
02/13/2014 9:00 pm at Pacific Alex G. Spanos CenterStockton, CA ROOT UT L 82–89  17–10 (9–5)
02/15/2014 6:00 pm at Saint Mary's McKeon PavilionMoraga, CA ESPN2 W 60–57  18–10 (10–5)
02/20/2014 9:00 pm #25/22 Gonzaga Marriott Center • Provo, UT ESPN2 W 73–65  19–10 (11–5)
02/22/2014 7:00 pm Portland Marriott Center • Provo, UT BYUtv W 89–72  20–10 (12–5)
03/01/2014 2:00 pm at San Diego Jenny Craig PavilionSan Diego, CA ROOT UT W 78–70  21–10 (13–5)
2014 WCC Tournament
03/08/2014 1:00 pm vs. Loyola Marymount Orleans ArenaParadise, NV
(Quarterfinals)
BYUtv W 85–74  22–10
03/10/2014 9:30 pm vs. San Francisco Orleans Arena • Paradise, NV
(Semifinals)
ESPN2 W 79–77 OT 23–10
03/11/2014 7:00 pm vs. Gonzaga Orleans Arena • Paradise, NV
(Championship)
ESPN L 64–75  23–11
2014 NCAA Tournament
03/20/2014 1:10 pm vs. (7 W) Oregon #(10 W) BMO Harris Bradley CenterMilwaukee, WI
(Second round)
truTV L 68–87  23–12
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll. All times are in Mountain. (#) during NCAA Tournament is seed with region W=West.

Game summaries[edit]

Cougar Tipoff[edit]

Broadcasters: Spencer Linton, David Nixon, Jake Edmonds, and Justin Ashby
Stats reset at Halftime and players moved onto different squads. Also done differently was a running clock in the first half and a regular clock in the second half. The first half featured mixed squads while the second half featured regulars vs. Redshirts, Walk-ons, and Practice Squad. Jordan Ellis, Andrew Topham, Austin Winegar, & Tyler Nicholas- 4 practice squad members, participate in the second half. Nate Austin would only play 1 minute. He was pulled after his tooth got broke during the game.

Rosters:

BYU White (1st Half)- Eric Mika, Matt Carlino, Skyler Halford, Chase Fischer, Nate Austin, Josh Sharp, Andrew Johnston, Graham Pingree
BYU White (2nd Half)- Eric Mika, Matt Carlino, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Josh Sharp, Anson Winder, Skyler Halford, Frank Bartley IV, Luke Worthington
BYU Blue (1st Half)- Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Anson Winder, Frank Bartley IV, Luke Worthington
BYU Blue (2nd Half)- Jordan Ellis, Andrew Johnston, Chase Fischer, Andrew Topham, Graham Pingree, Austin Winegar, Tyler Nicholas
Oct 23
7:05 PM MST
BYU Blue vs. BYU White
Scoring by half: 34-35, 39-60
Pts: Tyler Haws 14 (1st Half)
Chase Fischer 11 (2nd Half)
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth & Luke Worthington 4 (1st Half)
Graham Pingree 4 (2nd Half)
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 3 (1st Half)
Jordan Ellis, Andrew Johnston, & Chase Fischer 3 (2nd Half)
Pts: Matt Carlino 14 (1st Half)
Matt Carlino 17 (2nd Half)
Rebs: Eric Mika 8 (1st Half)
Kyle Collinsworth & Josh Sharp 6 (2nd Half)
Asts: Matt Carlino & Chase Fischer 2 (1st Half)
Kyle Collinsworth 4 (2nd Half)
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: N/A[13]
Referees: N/A

Exhibition: Colorado College[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, and Lauren Francom
Series History: BYU leads regular season series history 11-5-6 with all matches having occurred between 1923 and 1936.
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Matt Carlino, Tyler Haws, Anson Winder, Kyle Collinsworth, Eric Mika
  • Colorado College: Ryan Milne, Justin Bernardino, James Lonergan, Daniel Webb, Chris Lesnansky
Oct 26
7:05 PM MST
Colorado College Tigers 59, BYU Cougars 94
Scoring by half: 39-49, 20-45
Pts: Ryan Milne 23
Rebs: Daniel Webb & Luke Winfield 5
Asts: Ryan Milne 5
Pts: Matt Carlino 23
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 11
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 5
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 7,221[14]
Referees: Richard Batsell, Jimmy Casas, Jeffrey Kent

Exhibition: Alaska-Anchorage[edit]

Broadcasters: Spencer Linton, David Nixon, and Lauren Francom
Series History: BYU leads regular season series 1-0
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Nate Austin, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Frank Bartley IV, Matt Carlino
  • Alaska-Anchorage: Kyle Fossman, Travis Thompson, Brian McGill, Teancum Stafford, Brad Mears
BYUtv
Nov 2
7:05 PM MST
Alaska-Anchorage Seawolves 68, BYU Cougars 99
Scoring by half: 30-44, 38-55
Pts: Travis Thompson 14
Rebs: Christian Leckband & Kyle Fossman 4
Asts: Brian McGill 5
Pts: Matt Carlino & Eric Mika 17
Rebs: Eric Mika 14
Asts: Frank Bartley IV 4
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 9,032[15]
Referees: Tony Padilla, Casey McClellan, Nate Harris

Weber State[edit]

Broadcasters: Spencer Linton, David Nixon, and Lauren Francom
Series History: BYU leads series 28-10
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Matt Carlino, Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • Weber State: Jordan Richardson, Jeremy Senglin, Davion Berry, Joel Bolomboy, Kyle Tresnak
BYUtv
Nov 8
7:05 pm MST
Weber State Wildcats 72, BYU Cougars 81
Scoring by half: 33-44, 39-37
Pts: Kyle Tresnak 24
Rebs: Joel Bolomboy 13
Asts: Jordan Richardson 3
Pts: Tyler Haws 28
Rebs: Tyler Haws 13
Asts: Matt Carlino & Kyle Collinsworth 6
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 15,696[16]
Referees: Mark Cook, Michael Rapp, Matt Morales

Stanford[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave Pasch and Seth Greenberg[17]
Series History: BYU leads series 4-2
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Matt Carlino, Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • Stanford: Chasson Randle, Anthony Brown, Josh Huestis, Dwight Powell, Stefan Nastic
Nov 11
8:00 PM PST
BYU Cougars 112, Stanford Cardinal 103
Scoring by half: 54-46, 58-57
Pts: Tyler Haws 31
Rebs: Tyler Haws & Nate Austin 8
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 9
Pts: Chasson Randle 33
Rebs: Josh Huestis 9
Asts: Aaron Bright & Dwight Powell 3
Maples Pavilion
Palo Alto, CA
Attendance: 5,994[18]
Referees: Ken Ditty, David Hall, Deron White

CBE Classic: Mount Saint Mary's[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, and Spencer Linton
Series History: First Meeting
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Matt Carlino, Kyle Collinsworth, Anson Winder, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • Mt. Saint Mary's: Byron Ash, Julian Norfleet, Sam Prescott, Gregory Graves, Kristijan Krajina
BYUtv
Nov 15
7:30 PM MST
Mount Saint Mary's Mountaineers 76, BYU Cougars 108
Scoring by half: 34-54, 42-54
Pts: Rashad Whack 19
Rebs: Rashad Whack 6
Asts: Khalid Nwandu & Julian Norfleet 6
Pts: Anson Winder 22
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 10
Asts: Matt Carlino 8
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 16,481[19]
Referees: Hal Lusk, K.C. Ely, Byron Jarrett

CBE Classic: Colorado Mesa[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, and Spencer Linton
Series History: First Metting
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Matt Carlino, Kyle Collinsworth, Anson Winder, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • Colorado Mesa: Landon Vermeer, Jon Orr, Clay Kame, Carlos Perez, Joe Kiely
BYUtv
Nov 16
7:30 PM MST
Colorado Mesa Mavericks 60, BYU Cougars 84
Scoring by half: 28-36, 32-48
Pts: Landon Vermeer 23
Rebs: Joe Kiely 6
Asts: Joe Kiely 7
Pts: Matt Carlino 16
Rebs: Nate Austin 12
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 6
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 16,018[20]
Referees: Terry Davis, Toby Martinez, Pat Boeh

#21 Iowa State[edit]

Broadcasters: Roxy Bernstein and Miles Simon[21]
Series History: Iowa State leads series 5-0
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU- Matt Carlino, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • Iowa State- Georges Niang, Dustin Hogue, Matt Thomas, DeAndre Kane, Naz Long
Nov 20
7:35 PM MST
#21 Iowa State Cyclones 90, BYU Cougars 88
Scoring by half: 42-47, 48-41
Pts: Melvin Ejim & DeAndre Kane 21
Rebs: DeAndre Kane 11
Asts: Georges Niang 8
Pts: Tyler Haws 20
Rebs: Nate Austin 13
Asts: Matt Carlino 7
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 15,808[22]
Referees: Michael Reed, Gregory Nixon, Ken Ditty

CBE Classic: Texas[edit]

Broadcasters: Mark Neely and Sean Farnham[23]
Series History: BYU leads 3-2
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU- Tyler Haws, Matt Carlino, Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • Texas- Isaiah Taylor, Damarcus Holland, Damarcus Croaker, Jonathan Holmes, Cameron Ridley
ESPNU
Nov 25
6:30 PM CST
BYU Cougars 86, Texas Longhorns 82
Scoring by half: 43-42, 43-40
Pts: Tyler Haws 25
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 8
Asts: Matt Carlino 6
Pts: Javan Felix 17
Rebs: Jonathan Holmes & Cameron Ridley 10
Asts: Isaiah Taylor, Demarcus Holland, & Javan Felix 3
Sprint Center
Kansas City, MO
Attendance: 7,682[24]
Referees: Kelly Self, Kipp Kissinger, Terry Oglesby

CBE Classic: #12 Wichita State[edit]

Broadcasters: Mark Neely and Sean Farnham[23]
Series History: Wichita State leads 6-1
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU- Tyler Haws, Matt Carlino, Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • Wichita State- Cleanthony Early, Kadeem Coleby, Fred VanVleet, Tekele Cotton, Ron Baker
ESPN2
Nov 26
9:15 PM CST
BYU Cougars 62, Wichita State Shockers 75
Scoring by half: 36-34, 26-41
Pts: Matt Carlino 21
Rebs: Nate Austin 12
Asts: Matt Carlino & Kyle Collinsworth 2
Pts: Ron Baker 23
Rebs: Ron Baker 8
Asts: Cleanthony Early, Fred VanVleet, Tekele Cotton, & Ron Baker 3
Sprint Center
Kansas City, MO
Attendance: 8,324
Referees: Duke Edsall, Rick Crawford, Ray Natili

Utah State[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, and Lauren Francom
Series History: BYU leads series 137-92
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Matt Carlino, Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • Utah State: Jarred Shaw, Preston Medlin, Spencer Butterfield, Kyle Davis, Tenale Roland
BYUtv
Nov 30
7:05 PM MST
Utah State Aggies 74, BYU Cougars 85
Scoring by half: 44-39, 30-46
Pts: Spencer Butterfield 20
Rebs: Jarred Shaw 13
Asts: Preston Medlin 7
Pts: Tyler Haws 21
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 13
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 8
Energy Solutions Arena
Salt Lake City, UT
Attendance: 18,235[25]
Referees: Mike Reed, Mike Scyphers, Tommy Nunez

North Texas[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, and Spencer Linton
Series History: BYU leads 2-0
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU- Tyler Haws, Matt Carlino, Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • North Texas- Chris Jones, Vertrail Vaughns, Alzee Williams, Colin Voss, Keith Coleman
BYUtv
Dec 3
7:05 PM MST
North Texas Mean Green 67, BYU Cougars 97
Scoring by half: 35-42, 32-55
Pts: Maurice Aniefiok 11
Rebs: Maurice Aniefiok & Keith Coleman 6
Asts: Chris Jones 6
Pts: Tyler Haws 23
Rebs: Nate Austin 13
Asts: Matt Carlino 11
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 13,908[26]
Referees: Michael Greenstein, Michael Scyphers, Rob Rorke

#21 UMass[edit]

Broadcasters: John Sadak and Pete Gillen
Series History: First Meeting
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Matt Carlino, Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • UMass: Cady Lalanne, Sampson Carter, Raphiael Putney, Chaz Williams, Derrick Gordon
Dec 7
1:30 PM EST
BYU Cougars 96, #21 UMass Minutemen 105
Scoring by half: 41-52, 55-53
Pts: Tyler Haws 25
Rebs: Eric Mika 8
Asts: Matt Carlino 6
Pts: Chaz Williams 32
Rebs: Maxie Esho 6
Asts: Chaz Williams 15
MassMutual Center
Springfield, MA
Attendance: 7,331
Referees: Tony Crisp, Damon Williams, Ty Meixsell

Prairie View A&M[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, David Nixon, and Spencer Linton
Series History: BYU leads 1-0
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU- Tyler Haws, Matt Carlino, Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • Prairie View A&M- John Brisco, Trey Hagood, Montrael Scott, Hershey Robinson, Reggis Onwukamuche
BYUtv
Dec 11
7:05 PM MST
Prairie View A&M Panthers 52, BYU Cougars 100
Scoring by half: 28-46, 24-54
Pts: Hershey Robinson 12
Rebs: Tre Hagood, Hershey Robinson, Patrick Agho, & Karim York 4
Asts: Tre Hagood, Hershey Robinson, & John Brisco 2
Pts: Tyler Haws & Kyle Collinsworth 19
Rebs: Nate Austin 11
Asts: Matt Carlino 7
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 15,194[27]
Referees: Gregory Nixon, Deron White, Brett Nansel

Utah[edit]

Broadcasters: Rich Cellini and Dan Dickau
Series History: BYU leads 129-125
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Matt Carlino, Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • Utah: Jordan Loveridge, Renan Lenz, Dakarai Tucker, Brandon Taylor, Delon Wright
Dec 14
8:00 PM MST
BYU Cougars 64, Utah Utes 81
Scoring by half: 29-42, 35-39
Pts: Tyler Haws 14
Rebs: Eric Mika 10
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 4
Pts: Jordan Loveridge 21
Rebs: Dallin Bachynski 8
Asts: Delon Wright 7
Huntsman Center
Salt Lake City, UT
Attendance: 13,733[28]
Referees: Mike Greenstein, Kevin Brill, Deldre Carr

#13 Oregon[edit]

Broadcasters: JB Long and Ernie Kent
Series History: Oregon leads 12-9
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU- Tyler Haws, Matt Carlino, Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • Oregon- Joseph Young, Mike Moser, Johnathan Loyd, Damyean Dotson, Waverly Austin
P12N
Dec 21
7:30 PM PST
BYU Cougars 96, #13 Oregon Ducks 100 (OT)
Scoring by half: 47-41, 37-43 OT: 12-16
Pts: Tyler Haws 32
Rebs: Nate Austin 12
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 8
Pts: Jason Calliste 31
Rebs: Mike Moser 9
Asts: Johnathan Loyd 6
Matthew Knight Arena
Eugene, OR
Attendance: 8,035
Referees: Michael Irving, Frank Harvey, Glenn Mayberry

Loyola Marymount[edit]

Broadcasters: Barry Tompkins and Jarron Collins
Series History: BYU leads 4-3
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Matt Carlino, Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • LMU: Evan Payne, Anthony Ireland, CJ Blackwell, Gabe Levin, Alex Osborne
Dec 28
1:00 PM PST
BYU Cougars 76, Loyola Marymount Lions 87
Scoring by half: 33-48, 43-39
Pts: Kyle Collinsworth 18
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 8
Asts: Frank Bartley IV 4
Pts: Evan Payne 27
Rebs: Alex Osborne 8
Asts: Anthony Ireland 9
Gersten Pavilion
Los Angeles, CA
Attendance: 2,908[29]
Referees: Michael Irving, Rob Rorke, Daryl Gelinas

Pepperdine[edit]

Broadcasters: Ari Wolfe, Jarron Collins, and Kelli Tennant
Series History: BYU leads 8-4
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Tyler Haws, Matt Carlino, Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • Pepperdine: Jeremy Major, Atif Russell, Malcolm Brooks, Stacy Davis, Brendan Lane
TheW.tv
Dec 30
7:04 PM PST
BYU Cougars 74, Pepperdine Waves 80
Scoring by half: 28-40, 46-40
Pts: Tyler Haws 20
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 13
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 7
Pts: Malcolm Brooks 24
Rebs: Stacy Davis 14
Asts: Amadi Udenyi 5
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
Attendance: 2,317[30]
Referees: Ken Ditty, Michael Schyphers, Deron White

San Diego[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, David Nixon, and Spencer Linton
Series History: BYU leads 6-2
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Skyler Halford, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • San Diego: Christopher Anderson, Johnny Dee, Brett Bailey, Jito Kok, Dennis Kramer
BYUtv
Jan 4
7:05 PM MST
San Diego Toreros 53, BYU Cougars 87
Scoring by half: 23-41, 30-46
Pts: Chris Sarbaugh 10
Rebs: Simi Fajemisin 5
Asts: Christopher Anderson 4
Pts: Skyler Halford 28
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth & Nate Austin 7
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 8
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 15,760[31]
Referees: Glen Mayberry, Ronald Brokenbrough, Kurt Walker

Pepperdine[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, and Spencer Linton
Series History: BYU leads 8-5
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Tyler Haws, Skyler Halford, Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, Josh Sharp
  • Pepperdine: Jeremy Major, Malcolm Brooks, Lamond Murray Jr., Stacy Davis, Jett Raines
BYUtv
Jan 9
7:05 PM MST
Pepperdine Wave 72, BYU Cougars 84
Scoring by half: 30-33, 42-51
Pts: Stacy Davis 17
Rebs: Lamond Murray Jr. 6
Asts: Jeremy Major 6
Pts: Tyler Haws 35
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 10
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 9
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 14,012[32]
Referees: Richard Batsell, Nate Harris, Casey McClellan

Loyola Marymount[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, David Nixon, and Spencer Linton
Series History: Series Even 4-4
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Skyler Halford, Nate Austin, Josh Sharp
  • LMU: Evan Payne, Anthony Ireland, Nick Stover, Gabe Levin, Alex Osborne
BYUtv
Jan 11
7:05 PM MST
Loyola Marymount Lions 68, BYU Cougars 91
Scoring by half: 38-37, 30-54
Pts: Anthony Ireland 17
Rebs: Alex Osborne 8
Asts: Anthony Ireland 6
Pts: Tyler Haws 31
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth & Nate Austin 9
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 5
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 15,187[33]
Referees: Glen Mayberry, Dennis Flannery, Jeff Ketchu

San Francisco[edit]

Broadcasters: Roxy Bernstein and Corey Williams
Series History: BYU leads 8-7
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Tyler Haws, Skyler Halford, Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • San Francisco: Matt Glover, Avry Holmes, Kruize Pinkins, Mark Tollefsen, Cole Dickerson
ESPNU
Jan 16
6:00 PM PST
BYU Cougars 83, San Francisco Dons 76
Scoring by half: 34-37, 49-39
Pts: Kyle Collinsworth 19
Rebs: Nate Austin 8
Asts: Tyler Haws, Skyler Halford, Matt Carlino, Josh Sharp, & Frank Bartley IV 1
Pts: Cole Dickerson 26
Rebs: Cole Dickerson 14
Asts: Avry Holmes 5
The Hilltop
San Francisco, CA
Attendance: 2,137[34]
Referees: Greg Nixon, Kevin Brill, Tony Padilla

Santa Clara[edit]

Broadcasters: Glen Kuiper and Dan Belluomini
Series History: BYU leads 19-5
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Skyler Halford, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • Santa Clara: Jerry Brown, Brandon Clark, Jalen Richard, Jared Brownridge, Yannick Atanga
ROOT
Jan 18
7:00 PM PST
BYU Cougars 91, Santa Clara Broncos 81
Scoring by half: 47-30, 44-51
Pts: Kyle Collinsworth 18
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth & Nate Austin 7
Asts: Matt Carlino 9
Pts: Jared Brownridge 30
Rebs: Yannick Atanga 6
Asts: Brandon Clark 7
Leavey Center
Santa Clara, CA
Attendance: 2,560[35]
Referees: Michael Greenstein, Horace Shields, Ronald Brokenbrough

Portland[edit]

Broadcasters: Tom Glasgow and Bill Krueger
Series History: BYU leads 9-0
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Skyler Halford, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • Portland: Kevin Bailey, Bryce Pressley, Alec Wintering, Thomas Van Der Mars, Ryan Nicholas
ROOT
Jan 23
7:00 PM PST
BYU Cougars 110, Portland Pilots 114 (OT)
Scoring by half: 40-45, 40-35 OT: 11-11, 12-12, 7-11
Pts: Tyler Haws 48
Rebs: Nate Austin 15
Asts: Matt Carlino 9
Pts: Bobby Sharp & Thomas Van Der Mars 27
Rebs: Thomas Van Der Mars 18
Asts: Kevin Bailey 6
Chiles Center
Portland, OR
Attendance: 2,813[36]
Referees: Greg Nixon, Rob Rorke, Scott Brown

Gonzaga[edit]

Broadcasters: Beth Mowins and Kara Lawson
Series History: Gonzaga leads 5-2
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Skyler Halford, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • Gonzaga: Kyle Dranginis, Kevin Pangos, David Stockton, Przemek Karnowski, Sam Dower Jr.
ESPN2
Jan 25
7:00 PM PST
BYU Cougars 69, Gonzaga Bulldogs 84
Scoring by half: 33-35, 36-49
Pts: Tyler Haws 23
Rebs: Eric Mika 9
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 4
Pts: Kevin Pangos 24
Rebs: Przemek Karnowski 5
Asts: Kevin Pangos & David Stockton 7
The Kennel
Spokane, WA
Attendance: 6,000[37]
Referees: Michael Reed, Kevin Brill, Deldre Carr

Pacific[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, David Nixon, and Spencer Linton
Series History: Series tied 3-3
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Skyler Halford, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • Pacific: Sama Taku, Andrew Bock, Trevin Harris, Ross Rivera, Khalil Kelley
BYUtv
Jan 30
7:05 PM MST
Pacific Tigers 78, BYU Cougars 88
Scoring by half: 34-45, 44-43
Pts: Tony Gill 15
Rebs: Tony Gill 5
Asts: Andrew Bock & Aaron Short 4
Pts: Tyler Haws 38
Rebs: Eric Mika & Nate Austin 8
Asts: Matt Carlino 6
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 14,262[38]
Referees: Michael Greenstein, Frank Harvey, Casey McClellan

Saint Mary's[edit]

Broadcasters: Beth Mowins and Kara Lawson
Series History: BYU leads 8-6
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Skyler Halford, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • Saint Mary's: Brad Waldow, Kerry Carter, Dane Pineau, Stephen Holt, James Walker III
ESPN2
Feb 1
8:05 PM MST
Saint Mary's Gaels 71, BYU Cougars 84
Scoring by half: 38-37, 33-47
Pts: Brad Waldow 25
Rebs: Stephen Holt 8
Asts: Stephen Holt 4
Pts: Tyler Haws 33
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 9
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, & Matt Carlino 2
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 17,982[39]
Referees: Deldre Carr, Marc Beasley, Tom Spitznagel

Santa Clara[edit]

Broadcasters: Roxy Bernstein and Corey Williams
Series History: BYU leads 20-5
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Skyler Halford, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • Santa Clara: John McArthur, Brandon Clark, Jalen Richard, Jared Brownridge, Yannick Atanga
ESPNU
Feb 6
9:05 PM MST
Santa Clara Broncos 76, BYU Cougars 89
Scoring by half: 40-53, 36-36
Pts: Brandon Clark & Jared Brownridge 16
Rebs: Jerry Brown 6
Asts: Jared Brownridge 4
Pts: Tyler Haws 27
Rebs: Eric Mika 10
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth & Skyler Halford 4
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 12,518[40]
Referees: Michael Irving, Klaus Endrissat, James Giron

San Francisco[edit]

Broadcasters: Spencer Linton, Blaine Fowler, and Lauren Francom
Series History: BYU leads 9-7
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Tyler Haws, Skyler Halford, Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • San Francisco: Matt Glover, Avry Holmes, Kruize Pinkins, Mark Tollefsen, Cole Dickerson
BYUtv
Feb 8
7:05 PM MST
San Francisco Dons 63, BYU Cougars 68
Scoring by half: 29-32, 34-36
Pts: Tim Derksen 17
Rebs: Cole Dickerson 6
Asts: Matt Glover 4
Pts: Tyler Haws & Kyle Collinsworth 19
Rebs: Nate Austin 16
Asts: Matt Carlino 9
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 18,327[41]
Referees: Tommy Nunez, Horace Shields, Donald McAllister

Pacific[edit]

Broadcasters: Barry Tompkins and Dan Belluomini
Series History: BYU leads 4-3
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Skyler Halford, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • Pacific: Trevin Harris, Tony Gill, Khalil Kelley, T.J. Wallace, Andrew Bock
ROOT
Feb 13
8:00 PM PST
BYU Cougars 82, Pacific Tigers 89
Scoring by half: 38-35, 44-54
Pts: Matt Carlino 28
Rebs: Nate Austin & Kyle Collinsworth 7
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 5
Pts: Tony Gill 18
Rebs: Khalil Kelley 9
Asts: Trevin Harris & Andrew Bock 4
Alex G. Spanos Center
Stockton, CA
Attendance: 4,058[42]
Referees: Marc Beasley, Jimmy Casas, Tom Nally

Saint Mary's[edit]

Broadcasters: Beth Mowins and Kara Lawson
Series History: BYU leads 9-6
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Tyler Haws, Skyler Halford, Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • Saint Mary's: Brad Waldow, Kerry Carter, Stephen Holt, Beau Levesque, James Walker III
ESPN2
Feb 15
5:00 PM PST
BYU Cougars 60, Saint Mary's Gaels 57
Scoring by half: 25-35, 35-22
Pts: Tyler Haws 18
Rebs: Nate Austin 11
Asts: Tyler Haws & Matt Carlino 4
Pts: Brad Waldow 17
Rebs: Brad Waldow 13
Asts: Beau Levesque 4
McKeon Pavilion
Moraga, CA
Attendance: 3,500[43]
Referees: Gregory Nixon, Klaus Endrissat, Brett Nansel

Gonzaga[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave Flemming and Miles Simon
Series History: Gonzaga leads 6-2
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Anson Winder, Nate Austin, Josh Sharp
  • Gonzaga: Kyle Dranginis, Kevin Pangos, David Stockton, Przemek Karnowski, Sam Dower Jr.
ESPN2
Feb 20
9:05 PM MST
Gonzaga Bulldogs 65, BYU Cougars 73
Scoring by half: 39-39, 26-34
Pts: Sam Dower, Jr. 14
Rebs: Sam Dower, Jr. 8
Asts: Kyle Dranginis 4
Pts: Anson Winder 17
Rebs: Eric Mika 8
Asts: Matt Carlino 6
Winder 10-10 Free Throws
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 19,136[44]
Referees: Michael Greenstein, Michael Irving, Tommy Nunez

Portland[edit]

Broadcasters: Spencer Linton, Blaine Fowler, and Lauren Francom
Series History: BYU leads 9-1
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Anson Winder, Nate Austin, Luke Worthington
  • Portland: Bryce Pressley, Bobby Sharp, Thomas Van Der Mars, Ryan Nicholas, David Carr
BYUtv
Feb 22
7:05 PM MST
Portland Pilots 72, BYU Cougars 89
Scoring by half: 33-46, 39-43
Pts: Ryan Nicholas 17
Rebs: Riley Barker 8
Asts: David Carr 6
Pts: Matt Carlino 30
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 11
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 7
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 17,842[45]
Referees: James Giron, Dennis Flannery, Kurt Walker

San Diego[edit]

Broadcasters: Steve Quis and Jon Crispin
Series History: BYU leads 7-2
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Anson Winder, Nate Austin, Luke Worthington
  • San Diego: Christopher Anderson, Johnny Dee, Brett Bailey, Jito Kok, Dennis Kramer
ROOT
Mar 1
1:03 PM PST
BYU Cougars 78, San Diego Toreros 70
Scoring by half: 41-33, 37-37
Pts: Tyler Haws 25
Rebs: Nate Austin 10
Asts: Matt Carlino 6
Pts: Christopher Anderson 22
Rebs: Jito Kok 10
Asts: Christopher Anderson 6
The Slim Gym
San Diego, CA
Attendance: 3,889[46]
Referees: Michael Schyphers, Klaus Endrissat, Deldre Carr

Loyola Marymount[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann and Blaine Fowler
Series History: BYU leads 5-4
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Anson Winder, Nate Austin, Luke Worthington
  • LMU: Evan Payne, Anthony Ireland, Nick Stover, Alex Osborne, Gabe Levin
BYUtv
Mar 8
2:00 PM PST
Loyola Marymount Lions 74, BYU Cougars 85
Scoring by half: 36-43, 38-42
Pts: Anthony Ireland 19
Rebs: Gabe Levin 10
Asts: Anthony Ireland 4
Pts: Kyle Collinsworth 23
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 16
Asts: Anson Winder 3
Orleans Arena
Paradise, NV
Attendance: 7,688[47]
Referees: Frank Harvey, Bruce Hicks, Horace Shields

San Francisco[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave Flemming and Sean Farnham
Series History: BYU leads 10-7
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Anson Winder, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • USF: Matt Glover, Avry Holmes, Kruize Pinkins, Mark Tollefsen, Cole Dickerson
ESPN2
Mar 10
8:00 PM PST
San Francisco Dons 77, BYU Cougars 79 (OT)
Scoring by half: 37-35, 27-29 OT: 13-15
Pts: Cole Dickerson 20
Rebs: Cole Dickerson 10
Asts: Avry Holmes 7
Pts: Tyler Haws 24
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 12
Asts: Eric Mika, Tyler Haws, & Kyle Collinsworth 2
Orleans Arena
Paradise, NV
Attendance: 7,168[48]
Referees: Tommy Nunez, Greg Nixon, Deldre Carr

WCC Championship: Gonzaga[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave Flemming and Sean Farnham (ESPN); Dave Ryan and Bill Frieder (Westwood One)
Series History: Gonzaga leads 6-3
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Kyle Collinsworth, Tyler Haws, Anson Winder, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • Gonzaga: Kyle Dranginis, Kevin Pangos, David Stockton, Przemek Karnowski, Sam Dower Jr.
Mar 11
6:00 PM PDT
BYU Cougars 64, Gonzaga Bulldogs 75
Scoring by half: 27-44, 37-31
Pts: Tyler Haws 24
Rebs: Eric Mika 10
Asts: Matt Carlino 2
Pts: Sam Dower Jr. 20
Rebs: Sam Dower Jr. 13
Asts: David Stockton 7
Orleans Arena
Paradise, NV
Attendance: 7,898[49]
Referees: Mike Greenstein, Mike Reed, Michael Irving

NCAA Tournament: Oregon[edit]

Broadcasters: Ian Eagle, Jim Spanarkel, and Lewis Johnson (TruTV); Wayne Larrivee and Kelly Tripucka (Westwood One)
Series History: Oregon leads 13-9
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU- Tyler Haws, Matt Carlino, Anson Winder, Nate Austin, Eric Mika
  • Oregon- Joseph Young, Mike Moser, Johnathan Loyd, Damyean Dotson, Waverly Austin
Mar 20
2:11 PM CDT
BYU Cougars 68, Oregon Ducks 87
Scoring by half: 31-39, 37-48
Pts: Tyler Haws 19
Rebs: Eric Mika 7
Asts: Matt Carlino 5
Pts: Elgin Cook 23
Rebs: Richard Amardi & Elgin Cook 8
Asts: Johnathan Loyd 6
BMO Harris Bradley Center
Milwaukee, WI
Attendance: 17,749
Referees: Terry Wymer, Tommy Nunez, Rodrick Dixon

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