2014–15 BYU Cougars men's basketball team

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2014–15 BYU Cougars men's basketball
BYU Athletic Logo.svg
NCAA Tournament, First Four
Conference West Coast Conference
2014–15 record 25–10 (13–5 WCC)
Head coach Dave Rose (10th year)
Assistant coach Terry Nashif (8th year)
Assistant coach Tim LaComb (5th year)
Assistant coach Mark Pope (4th year)
Home arena Marriott Center
Seasons
2014–15 West Coast Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
#7 Gonzaga 17 1   .944     35 3   .921
BYU 13 5   .722     25 10   .714
Saint Mary's 13 5   .722     21 10   .677
Pepperdine 10 8   .556     18 14   .563
San Diego 8 10   .444     15 16   .484
Portland 7 11   .389     17 16   .515
Santa Clara 7 11   .389     14 18   .438
San Francisco 7 11   .389     14 18   .438
Pacific 4 14   .222     12 19   .387
Loyola Marymount 4 14   .222     8 23   .258
2015 West Coast Conference Tournament winner
Rankings from AP Poll

The 2014–15 BYU Cougars men's basketball team represented Brigham Young University in the 2014–15 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. It was head coach Dave Rose's tenth season at BYU and the Cougars fourth season in the West Coast Conference. The Cougars once again played their home games at the Marriott Center. They finished the season 25–10, 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 First Four to Ole Miss.

Before the season[edit]

Departures[edit]

Name Number Pos. Height Weight Year Hometown Notes
Eric Mika 0 F 6'9" 220 Freshman Alpine, UT LDS mission (returning in 2016)
Matt Carlino 2 G 6'2" 175 RS Junior Scottsdale, AZ Transferred to Marquette [1]

Recruiting[edit]

BYU has signed five recruits for the 2014-15 season. Two of BYU's recruits will head out on their missions immediately and return for the 2016-17 season. Ryan Andrus, Jake Toolson,[2] and Dalton Nixon[3] will play at least one season before heading out on missions.

2013–14 return missionaries[edit]

After returning in the winter and greyshirting, Isaac Neilson will begin his first full season of playing games for the Cougars. Jordan Chatman also returns from his mission and after a summer of working out will be able to play for the Cougars immediately. The Cougars also received surprising news in July. After growing to 6' 10" on his mission, Corban Kaufusi would choose to play basketball instead of football.[2]

Transfers[edit]

BYU introduces three new faces from transfers to the 2013-14 roster. Chase Fischer will be eligible to play immediately after sitting out as a redshirt from Wake Forest all last season. Jamal Aytes will be eligible to start playing for the Cougars after the fall semester ends, near the end of December. Kyle Davis also transferred from Utah State and will redshirt the 2014-15 season.[9]

2014–15 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]

2014–15 BYU Cougars men's basketball team
Players Coaches
Pos. # Name Height Weight Year Previous school Hometown
G 1 Fischer, ChaseChase Fischer (C) 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 195 lb (88 kg) RS Jr Ripley
Wake Forest
Ripley, WV
G 2 Ellis, JordanJordan Ellis (W) 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) 185 lb (84 kg) Jr North Medford
Portland State
Medford, OR
G 3 Haws, TylerTyler Haws (C) 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 200 lb (91 kg) Sr Lone Peak Alpine, UT
G 5 Collinsworth, KyleKyle Collinsworth (C) 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 210 lb (95 kg) Jr Provo Provo, UT
F 10 Andrus, RyanRyan Andrus 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 200 lb (91 kg) Fr American Fork American Fork, UT
F 12 Sharp, JoshJosh Sharp 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 185 lb (84 kg) RS Sr Lone Peak
Utah
Highland, UT
G 15 Toolson, JakeJake Toolson (W) 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 210 lb (95 kg) Fr Highland Gilbert, AZ
G 20 Winder, AnsonAnson Winder 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 195 lb (88 kg) RS Sr Bishop Gorman Las Vegas, NV
F 21 Davis, KyleKyle Davis (W) Current redshirt 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 225 lb (102 kg) Jr Alta
Southern Utah
Utah State
Draper, UT
G 23 Halford, SkylerSkyler Halford 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) 190 lb (86 kg) Sr Timpanogos
Salt Lake CC
Orem, UT
G 24 Bartley, IV, FrankFrank Bartley, IV 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 200 lb (91 kg) So Future College Prep Baton Rouge, LA
G 25 Chatman, JordanJordan Chatman Current redshirt 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) 190 lb (86 kg) Fr Union Vancouver, WA
F 30 Nixon, DaltonDalton Nixon (W) 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 190 lb (86 kg) Fr Orem Orem, UT
F/C 33 Austin, NateNate Austin Injured 6 ft 11 in (2.11 m) 230 lb (104 kg) RS Sr Lone Peak Alpine, UT
C 35 Neilson, IsaacIsaac Neilson 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m) 230 lb (104 kg) RS So Mission Viejo Mission Viejo, CA
F 40 Aytes, JamalJamal Aytes Injured 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) So Homestead Mequon, WI
C 44 Kaufusi, CorbinCorbin Kaufusi (W) 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m) 260 lb (118 kg) Fr Timpview Provo, UT
Head coach
Assistant coach(es)

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

Schedule[edit]

Date
Time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site
City, State
Exhibition
11/01/2014*
7:00 PM, BYUtv
Colorado School of Mines W 82–64 
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
11/08/2014*
7:00 PM, BYUtv
Seattle Pacific W 75–44 
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
Regular Season
11/14/2014*
5:00 PM, BYUtv
Long Beach State W 95–90  1–0
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
11/18/2014*
7:30 PM, BYUtv
Arkansas–Little Rock
Maui on the Mainland
W 91–62  2–0
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
11/19/2014*
7:00 PM, BYUtv
Southern Virginia W 101–48  3–0
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
11/24/2014*
9:30 PM, ESPN2
vs. No. 16/15 San Diego State
2014 Maui Invitational Tournament
L 87–92 2OT 3–1
Lahaina Civic Center 
Maui, HI
11/25/2014*
2:30 PM, ESPN2
vs. Chaminade
2014 Maui Invitational Tournament
W 121–85  4–1
Lahaina Civic Center 
Maui, HI
11/26/2014*
3:00 PM, ESPN2
vs. Purdue
2014 Maui Invitational Tournament
L 85–87 OT 4–2
Lahaina Civic Center 
Maui, HI
11/29/2014*
7:30 PM, BYUtv
Eastern Kentucky W 90–76  5–2
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
12/02/2014*
7:00 PM, CBSSN
at Utah State
Old Oquirrh Bucket
W 91–81  6–2
Dee Glen Smith Spectrum 
Logan, UT
12/06/2014*
4:00 PM, BYUtv
vs. Hawaii W 90–70  7–2
Energy Solutions Arena 
Salt Lake City, UT
12/10/2014*
7:00 PM, ESPNU
No. 13/14 Utah
Old Oquirrh Bucket/Deseret First Duel
L 61–65  7–3
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
12/13/2014*
7:00 PM, KJZZ
at Weber State
Old Oquirrh Bucket
W 76–60  8–3
Dee Events Center 
Ogden, UT
12/20/2014*
9:00 PM, ESPNU
Stanford W 79–77  9–3
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
12/23/2014*
12:00 PM, BYUtv
UMass W 77–71 OT 10–3
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
12/27/2014
4:00 PM, ESPN2
No. 8/8 Gonzaga L 80–87  10–4
(0–1)
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
12/29/2014
7:00 PM, BYUtv
Portland W 97–88  11–4
(1–1)
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
01/01/2015
3:00 PM, BYUtv
at Santa Clara W 81–46  12–4
(2–1)
Leavey Center 
Santa Clara, CA
01/03/2015
9:00 PM, ROOT/TheW.tv
at San Francisco W 99–68  13–4
(3–1)
War Memorial Gymnasium 
San Francisco, CA
01/08/2015
9:00 PM, ESPNU
Pepperdine L 61–67  13–5
(3–2)
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
01/10/2015
7:00 PM, BYUtv
Loyola Marymount W 85–72  14–5
(4–2)
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
01/15/2015
9:00 PM, ESPNU
at Pacific W 93–80  15–5
(5–2)
Alex G. Spanos Center 
Stockton, CA
01/17/2015
9:00 PM, ESPN2
at Saint Mary's L 77–82  15–6
(5–3)
McKeon Pavilion 
Moraga, CA
01/24/2015
2:00 PM, ROOT/TheW.tv
at San Diego L 74–77  15–7
(5–4)
Jenny Craig Pavilion 
San Diego, CA
01/29/2015
9:00 PM, ESPNU
San Francisco W 78–74  16–7
(6–4)
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
01/31/2015
7:00 PM, BYUtv
Santa Clara W 78–57  17–7
(7–4)
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
02/05/2015
9:00 PM, ROOT/TheW.tv
at Pepperdine L 74–80  17–8
(7–5)
Firestone Fieldhouse 
Malibu, CA
02/07/2015
2:00 PM, ROOT/TheW.tv
at Loyola Marymount W 87–68  18–8
(8–5)
Gersten Pavilion 
Los Angeles, CA
02/12/2015
7:00 PM, ESPN2
Saint Mary's W 82–58  19–8
(9–5)
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
02/14/2015
7:00 PM, BYUtv
Pacific W 84–59  20–8
(10–5)
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
02/19/2015
8:00 PM, ESPNU
San Diego W 75–62  21–8
(11–5)
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
02/26/2015
8:00 PM, ROOT/TheW.tv
at Portland W 82–69  22–8
(12–5)
Chiles Center 
Portland, OR
02/28/2015
8:00 PM, ESPN2
at No. 3/2 Gonzaga W 73–70  23–8
(13–5)
McCarthey Athletic Center 
Spokane, WA
WCC Tournament
03/07/2015
9:30 PM, ESPN2
vs. Santa Clara
Quarterfinals
W 78–76  24–8
Orleans Arena 
Paradise, NV
03/09/2015
9:30 PM, ESPN2
vs. Portland
Semifinals
W 84–70  25–8
Orleans Arena 
Paradise, NV
03/10/2015
7:00 PM, ESPN
vs. No. 7/7 Gonzaga
Championship
L 75–91  25–9
Orleans Arena 
Paradise, NV
NCAA Tournament
03/17/2015*
7:00 PM, TruTV
(11 W) vs. (11 W) Ole Miss
First Four
L 90–94  25–10
UD Arena 
Dayton, OH
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses. W=West Region.
All times are in Mountain.

Game summaries[edit]

Cougar Tipoff[edit]

Broadcasters: Spencer Linton, Jarom Jordan, & Lauren Francom
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU Blue: Tyler Haws, Frank Bartley IV, Anson Winder, Kyle Davis, Luke Worthington (Dalton Nixon, Corbin Kaufusi, Jordan Chatman bench)- 1st Half
    Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Josh Sharp, Anson Winder, Skyler Halford (Isaac Neilson, Corbin Kaufusi bench)- 2nd Half
  • BYU White: Josh Sharp, Skyler Halford, Issac Neilson, Jake Toolson, Chase Fischer (Jordan Ellis, Ryan Andrus bench)- 1st Half
    Jordan Ellis, Jake Toolson, Kyle Davis, Frank Bartley IV, Luke Worthington (Ryan Andrus, Jordan Chatman, Dalton Nixon bench)- 2nd Half
  • Players that sat out: Nate Austin (back), Kyle Collinsworth (precautionary), Jamal Aytes (ankle)
byutv.org
Oct 29
7:05 p.m. MDT
BYU Blue 83, BYU White 79
Scoring by half: 27-34, 56-45
Pts: Tyler Haws 35
Rebs: Isaac Neilson 7
Asts: Skyler Halford 8
Pts: Kyle Davis 16
Rebs: Ryan Andrus 5
Asts: Skyler Halford 3
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: N/A[10]
Referees: DG Nelson, Matt Basham, Courtney Littledike

Colorado School of Mines[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, & Lauren Francom
Starting Lineups:

  • Colorado School of Mines: Trevor Ritchie, Brian Muller, Caleb Waitsman, Gokul Natesan, Joe Dellenbach
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Josh Sharp, Anson Winder, Luke Worthington
BYUtv
Nov 1
7:05 p.m. MDT
Colorado School of Mines Orediggers 64, BYU Cougars 82
Scoring by half: 35-44, 29-38
Pts: Trevor Ritchie 12
Rebs: Caleb Waitsman 9
Asts: Gokul Natesan 4
Pts: Tyler Haws 29
Rebs: Isaac Neilson 10
Asts: Skyler Halford 7
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 12,572
Referees: Ken Ditty, Mark Cook, Justin Shamion

Seattle Pacific[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, & Spencer Linton
Starting Lineups:

  • Seattle Pacific: Riley Stockton, Brendan Carroll, Matt Borton, Garrett Swanson, Cory Hutsen
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Josh Sharp, Luke Worthington
BYUtv
Nov 8
7:00 p.m. MST
Seattle Pacific Falcons 44, BYU Cougars 75
Scoring by half: 30-40, 14-35
Pts: Cory Hutsen & Mitch Penner 10
Rebs: Matt Borton & Garrett Swanson 7
Asts: Riley Stockton & Matt Borton 2
Pts: Chase Fischer 21
Rebs: Corbin Kaufusi 8
Asts: Chase Fischer & Kyle Collinsworth 4
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 13,606
Referees: Gregory Nixon, Klaus Endrissat, Jimmy Casas

Long Beach State[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, & Spencer Linton
Series History: BYU leads series 5-4
Starting Lineups:

  • Long Beach State: Mike Caffey, McKay Lasalle, Jack Williams, David Samuels, Branford Jones
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, Luke Worthington
BYUtv
Nov 14
7:00 p.m. MST
Long Beach State 49ers 90, BYU Cougars 95
Scoring by half: 47-46, 43-49
Pts: Mike Caffey 26
Rebs: Mike Caffey 5
Asts: Mike Caffey 6
Pts: Tyler Haws 21
Rebs: Nate Austin 9
Asts: Skyler Halford 7
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 16,778
Referees: Brady Chelette, Martin Chchocki, Ryan McCarty

Arkansas-Little Rock[edit]

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

  • Arkansas-Little Rock: Roger Woods, J.T. Thomas,James Reid, Ben Dillard, James White
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, Luke Worthington
BYUtv
Nov 18
7:30 p.m. MST
Arkansas-Little Rock Trojans 62, BYU Cougars 91
Scoring by half: 28-37, 34-54
Pts: Roger Woods 19
Rebs: Roger Woods & James White 9
Asts: J.T. Thomas 6
Pts: Chase Fischer 19
Rebs: Nate Austin 11
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 6
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 12,469
Referees: Michael Irving, Sam Haddad, Kevin Brill

Southern Virginia[edit]

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

  • Southern Virginia: Preston Eaton, Wesley Eavns, Kaleio Manuela, Kevin Walker, Justin Langford
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Skyler Halford, Nate Austin, Luke Worthington
BYUtv
Nov 19
7:00 p.m. MST
Southern Virginia Knights 48, BYU Cougars 101
Scoring by half: 22-49, 26-52
Pts: Preston Eaton 11
Rebs: Preston Eaton & Taylor Larson 5
Asts: Preston Eaton 3
Pts: Jake Toolson 15
Rebs: Jake Toolson & Isaac Neilson 7
Asts: Frank Bartley IV 7
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 13,099[11]
Referees: Glen Mayberry, Nate Harris, Scott Brown

Maui Invitational: San Diego State[edit]

Broadcasters: Sean McDonough & Fran Fraschilla
Series History: BYU leads series 48-23
Starting Lineups:

  • San Diego State: Skylar Spencer, Dwayne Poole II, Trey Kell, Winston Shephard, JJ O'Brien
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, Luke Worthington
Nov 24
6:30 p.m. HST
San Diego State Aztecs 92, BYU Cougars 87 (OT)
Scoring by half: 41-33, 34-26 Overtime: 9-9, 11-16
Pts: Aqeel Quinn 22
Rebs: Skyler Spencer, JJ O'Brien 9
Asts: JJ O'Brien 6
Pts: Tyler Haws 26
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 7
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 6
Lahaina Civic Center
Maui, HI
Attendance: 2,400[12]
Referees: Randy McCall, Mike Sanzere, Wally Rutecki

Maui Invitational: Chaminade[edit]

Broadcasters: Jon Sciambi & Miles Simon
Series History: BYU leads series 1-0
Starting Lineups:

  • Chaminade: Lee Bailey, Kuany Kuany, Kevin Hu, Frankie Eteuati, Kiran Shastri
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, Luke Worthington
ESPN2
Nov 25
11:30 a.m. HST
Chaminade Silverswords 85, BYU Cougars 121
Scoring by half: 43-66, 42-55
Pts: Kiran Shastri 16
Rebs: Frankie Eteuati 5
Asts: Lee Bailey, Kuany Kuany 2
Pts: Chase Fischer 30
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth, Anson Winder 8
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 6
Fischer new school record for 3's in a game w/ 10. 17 3's made by team new school record.
Lahaina Civic Center
Maui, HI
Attendance: 2,400[13]
Referees: Dick Cartnell, Wally Rutecki, Sean Hull

Maui Invitational: Purdue[edit]

Broadcasters: Jon Sciambi & Miles Simon
Series History: BYU leads series 1-0
Starting Lineups:

  • Purdue: Jon Octeus, Vince Edwards, A.J. Hammons, Kendall Stephens, Raphael Davis
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, Luke Worthington
ESPN2
Nov 26
12:00 p.m. HST
Purdue Boilermakers 87, BYU Cougars 85 (OT)
Scoring by half: 40-35, 41-46 Overtime: 6-4
Pts: Vince Edwards 25
Rebs: Vince Edwards 9
Asts: Jon Octeus 3
Pts: Tyler Haws 32
Rebs: Nate Austin 6
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 8
Lahaina Civic Center
Maui, HI
Attendance: 2,400[14]
Referees: Dick Cartnell, Wally Rutecki, Ryan Wells

Eastern Kentucky[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, & Lauren Francom
Series History: BYU leads series 2-1
Starting Lineups:

  • Eastern Kentucky: Corey Walden, Isaac McGlone, Timmy Knipp, Ja'Mill Powell, Eric Stutz
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, Isaac Neilson
BYUtv
Nov 29
7:35 p.m. MST
Eastern Kentucky Colonels 76, BYU Cougars 90
Scoring by half: 30-32, 46-58
Pts: Ja'Mill Powell 26
Rebs: Timmy Knipp 5
Asts: Corey Walden 7
Pts: Tyler Haws 26
Rebs: Anson Winder 5
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 5
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 16,770
Referees: Richard Batsell, Marc Beasley, Casey McClellan

Utah State[edit]

Broadcasters: Rich Waltz & Pete Gillen
Series History: BYU leads series 138-92
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, Luke Worthington
  • Utah State: Darius Perkins, David Collette, Jalen Moore, Jojo McGlaston, Chris Smith
CBSSN
Dec 2
7:00 p.m. MST
BYU Cougars 91, Utah State Aggies 81
Scoring by half: 31-32, 60-49
Pts: Tyler Haws 35
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 10
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 4
BYU 34-39 (87.2%) FT
Pts: Chris Smith 25
Rebs: Jalen Moore 11
Asts: Chris Smith 4
USU -10 offensive rebounds
Dee Glen Smith Spectrum
Logan, UT
Attendance: 10,270[15]
Referees: Mike Reid, Daron White, Brett Nansel

Hawaii[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, & Spencer Linton
Series History: BYU leads series 32-13
Starting Lineups:

  • Hawaii: Garrett Nevels, Roderick Bobbitt, Quincy Smith, Aaron Valdes, Mike Thomas
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, Luke Worthington
BYUtv
Dec 6
4:05 p.m. MST
Hawaii Rainbow Warriors 70, BYU Cougars 90
Scoring by half: 30-37, 40-53
Pts: Aaron Valdes 24
Rebs: Aaron Valdes 7
Asts: Roderick Bobbitt 7
Pts: Tyler Haws 30
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 12
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 10
Collinsworth triple-double #1
Energy Solutions Arena
Salt Lake City, UT
Attendance: 13,623[16]
Referees: Frank Harvey, Nate Harris, Scott Brown

Utah[edit]

Broadcasters: Roxy Bernstein & Miles Simon
Series History: BYU leads series 129-126
Starting Lineups:

  • Utah: Brandon Taylor, Chris Reyes, Kenneth Ogbe, Jakob Poeltl, Delon Wright
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Nate Austin, Luke Worthington
Dec 10
7:05 p.m. MST
Utah Utes 65, BYU Cougars 61
Scoring by half: 30-31, 35-30
Pts: Delon Wright 16
Rebs: Delon Wright 11
Asts: Delon Wright 3
Pts: Tyler Haws 23
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 9
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 5
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 20,951[17]
Referees: Michael Reed, Michael Irving, Rick Batsell

Weber State[edit]

Broadcasters: Steve Klauke, Phil Johnson, & Tony Parks
Series History: BYU leads series 29-10
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Isaac Neilson, Luke Worthington
  • Weber State: Joel Bolomboy, Richaud Gittens, Jeremy Senglin, Kyndahl Hill, James Hajek
Dec 13
7:05 p.m. MST
BYU Cougars 76, Weber State Wildcats 60
Scoring by half: 39-25, 27-25
Pts: Tyler Haws 19
Rebs: Tyler Haws 7
Asts: Tyler Haws 5
Pts: Jeremy Senglin 16
Rebs: Joel Bolomboy 7
Asts: Jeremy Senglin 5
Dee Events Center
Ogden, UT
Attendance: 10,122[18]
Referees: Brett Nansel, Wilson Holland, Michael Rapp

Stanford[edit]

Broadcasters: Rich Cellini & Miles Simon
Series History: BYU leads series 5-2
Starting Lineups:

  • Stanford: Stefan Nastic, Chasson Randle, Dorian Pickens, Anthony Brown, Reid Travis
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Isaac Neilson, Luke Worthington
Dec 20
9:05 p.m. MST
Stanford Cardinal 77, BYU Cougars 79
Scoring by half: 35-36, 42-43
Pts: Chasson Randle 24
Rebs: Stefan Nastic 9
Asts: Chasson Randle 5
Pts: Tyler Haws 24
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 10
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 7
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 13,247[19]
Referees: Michael Irving, Gregory Nixon, Tom Nally

UMass[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann & Blaine Fowler
Series History: UMass leads series 1-0
Starting Lineups:

  • UMass: Maxie Esho, Derrick Gordon, Jabarie Hinds, Trey Davis, Cady Lalanne
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Isaac Neilson, Luke Worthington
BYUtv
Dec 23
12:05 p.m. MST
UMass Minutemen 71, BYU Cougars 77 (OT)
Scoring by half: 30-32, 32-30 Overtime: 9-15
Pts: Maxie Esho 16
Rebs: Cady LaLanne 10
Asts: Jabarie Hinds 4
Pts: Anson Winder 25
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 15
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 4
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 15,789[20]
Referees: Frank Harvey, Glen Mayberry, Klaus Endrissat

Gonzaga[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave Flemming & Stan Heath
Series History: Gonzaga leads series 7-3
Starting Lineups:

  • Gonzaga: Kevin Pangos, Gary Bell Jr., Byron Wesley, Przemek Karnowski, Kyle Wiltjer
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Isaac Neilson, Luke Worthington
Dec 27
4:05 p.m. MST
Gonzaga Bulldogs 87, BYU Cougars 80
Scoring by half: 43-43, 44-37
Pts: Kyle Wiltjer 24
Rebs: Byron Wesley & Przemek Karnowski 10
Asts: Kevin Pangos 7
Pts: Tyler Haws & Anson Winder 17
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 10
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 10
Collinsworth triple-double #2
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 20,900[21]
Referees: Michael Greenstein, Tommy Nunez, Deldre Carr

Portland[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, & Spencer Linton
Series History: BYU leads series 10-1
Starting Lineups:

  • Portland: Bryce Pressley, Alec Wintering, Thomas Van Der Mars, Riley Barker, Volodymyr Gerun
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Anson Winder, Luke Worthington
BYUtv
Dec 29
7:05 p.m. MST
Portland Pilots 88, BYU Cougars 97
Scoring by half: 37-43, 51-54
Pts: Alec Wintering 30
Rebs: Riley Barker 8
Asts: Jason Todd 7
Pts: Tyler Haws 24
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 8
Asts: Tyler Haws & Skyler Halford 6
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 17,452[22]
Referees: Michael Irving, Richard Batsell, Brett Nansel

Santa Clara[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann & Blaine Fowler
Series History: BYU leads series 21-5
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Anson Winder, Luke Worthington
  • Santa Clara: Brandon Clark, Denzel Johnson, Matt Hubbard, Jared Brownridge, Nate Kratch
BYUtv
Jan 1
2:00 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 81, Santa Clara Broncos 46
Scoring by half: 41-22, 40-24
Pts: Chase Fischer & Tyler Haws 14
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 15
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 6
Pts: Brandon Clark 12
Rebs: Jalen Richard, Jared Brownridge, & Nate Kratch 4
Asts: Jared Brownridge 6
Leavey Center
Santa Clara, CA
Attendance: 2,375[23]
Referees: Deidre Carr, Ken Ditty, Daryl Gelinas

San Francisco[edit]

Broadcasters: Glen Kuiper & Dan Belluomini
Series History: BYU leads series 11-7
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Anson Winder, Luke Worthington
  • USF: Matt Glover, Kruize Pinkins, Devin Watson, Mark Tollefsen, Tim Derksen
Jan 3
8:00 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 99, San Francisco Dons 68
Scoring by half: 57-29, 42-39
Pts: Tyler Haws 22
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 12
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 10
Collinsworth triple-double #3
Pts: Kruize Pinkins 15
Rebs: Tim Derksen 6
Asts: Devin Watson 4
War Memorial Gymnasium
San Francisco, CA
Attendance: 2,585[24]
Referees: Frank Harvey, Sam Haddad, Horace Shields

Pepperdine[edit]

Broadcasters: John Brickley & Mo Cassara
Series History: BYU leads series 9-5
Starting Lineups:

  • Pepperdine: Jeremy Major, Atif Russell, Shawn Olden, A.J. John, Jett Raines
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Anson Winder, Luke Worthington
Jan 8
9:05 p.m. MST
Pepperdine Waves 67, BYU Cougars 61
Scoring by half: 39-29, 28-32
Pts: Stacy Davis 23
Rebs: Stacy Davis 8
Asts: Amadi Udenyi 6
Pts: Tyler Haws 26
Rebs: Tyler Haws 6
Asts: Anson Winder 5
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 15,852[25]
Referees: Ken Ditty, Ronald Brokenbrough, Donald McAllister

Loyola Marymount[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Jarom Jordan, & Spencer Linton
Series History: BYU leads series 6-4
Starting Lineups:

  • LMU: Godwin Okonji, Chase Flint, Ayodeji Egbeyemi, Marin Mornar, David Humphries
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Anson Winder, Luke Worthington
BYUtv
Jan 10
7:05 p.m.
Loyola Marymount Lions 72, BYU Cougars 85
Scoring by half: 36-47, 36-38
Pts: Marin Mornar 16
Rebs: Marin Mornar 8
Asts: Chase Flint 8
Pts: Tyler Haws 26
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 10
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 8
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 16,912[26]
Referees: Tom Spitznagel, LaDonte King, Tim Mario

Pacific[edit]

Broadcasters: Roxy Bernstein & Corey Williams
Series History: Series even 4-4
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Skyler Halford, Luke Worthington
  • Pacific: TJ Wallace, Eric Thompson, Ray Bowles, David Taylor, Sami Eleraky
Jan 15
8:08 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 93, Pacific Tigers 80
Scoring by half: 43-34, 50-46
Pts: Tyler Haws 26
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 11
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 11
Collinsworth ties NCAA record w/ fourth triple-double of the season
Pts: TJ Wallace 18
Rebs: Eric Thompson 6
Asts: Dulani Robinson 4
Alex G. Spanos Center
Stockton, CA
Attendance: 3,626[27]
Referees: Tommy Nunez, Glen Mayberry, Wilson Holland

Saint Mary's[edit]

Broadcasters: Beth Mowins & Stan Heath
Series History: BYU leads series 10-6
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Skyler Halford, Luke Worthington
  • SMC: Brad Waldow, Kerry Carter, Aaron Bright, Garrett Jackson, Desmond Simmons
Jan 17
8:00 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 77, Saint Mary's Gaels 82
Scoring by half: 37-45, 40-37
Pts: Tyler Haws 28
Rebs: Tyler Haws & Kyle Collinsworth 6
Asts: Tyler Haws & Kyle Collinsworth 3
Pts: Brad Waldow 24
Rebs: Brad Waldow 14
Asts: Emmett Naar 7
McKeon Pavilion
Moraga, CA
Attendance: 3,500[28]
Referees: Klaus Endrissat, Horace Shields, Jimmy Casas

San Diego[edit]

Broadcasters: Barry Tompkins & Casey Jacobsen
Series History: BYU leads series 8-2
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Anson Winder, Luke Worthington
  • USD: Chris Anderson, Johnny Dee, Duda Sanadze, Simi Fajemisin, Brett Bailey
ROOT
Jan 24
1:00 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 74, San Diego Toreros 77
Scoring by half: 38-33, 36-44
Pts: Tyler Haws 20
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 9
Asts: Skyler Halford 4
Pts: Thomas Jacobs 19
Rebs: Thomas Jacobs 13
Asts: Chris Anderson 7
Jenny Craig Pavilion
San Diego, CA
Attendance: 2,463[29]
Referees: Glen Mayberry, Dennis Flannery, Scott Harris

San Francisco[edit]

Broadcasters: Roxy Bernstein & Corey Williams
Series History: BYU leads series 12-7
Starting Lineups:

  • USF: Matt Glover, Kruize Pinkins, Devin Watson, Marl Tollefsen, Tim Derksen
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Anson Winder, Corbin Kaufusi
Jan 29
9:05 p.m. MST
San Francisco Dons 74, BYU Cougars 78
Scoring by half: 30-34, 44-44
Pts: Mark Tollefsen 22
Rebs: Matt Glover 10
Asts: Matt Glover 7
Pts: Tyler Haws 28
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 6
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 6
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 12,452[30]
Referees: Michael Greenstein, Coban Lopez, LaDonte King

Santa Clara[edit]

Broadcasters: Spencer Linton, Blaine Fowler, & Lauren Francom
Series History: BYU leads series 22-5
Starting Lineups:

  • Santa Clara: Brandon Clark, Denzel Johnson, Matt Hubbard, Jared Brownridge, Nate Kratch
  • BYU: Tyler Haws, Anson Winder, Skyler Halford, Dalton Nixon, Corbin Kaufusi
BYUtv
Jan 31
7:05 p.m. MST
Santa Clara Broncos 57, BYU Cougars 78
Scoring by half: 29-35, 28-43
Pts: Jared Brownridge 16
Rebs: Emmanuel Ndumanya 6
Asts: Denzel Johnson, Matt Hubbard, Jared Brownridge 3
Pts: Tyler Haws 21
Rebs: Isaac Neilson 9
Asts: Skyler Halford 7
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 17,771[31]
Referees: Dennis Flannery, Nate Harris, Sam Haddad

Pepperdine[edit]

Broadcasters: Steve Quis, Dan Dickau, & Kelli Tennant
Series History: BYU leads series 9-6
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Anson Winder, Dalton Nixon, Corbin Kaufusi
  • Pepperdine: Amadi Udenyi, Stacy Davis, A.J. Lapray, Shawn Olden, Jett Raines
ROOT
Feb 5
8:03 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 74, Pepperdine Waves 80
Scoring by half: 38-25, 36-55
Pts: Tyler Haws 22
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 10
Asts: Skyler Halford 3
Pts: Stacy Davis 22
Rebs: Stacy Davis & Lamond Murray Jr. 7
Asts: Amadi Udenyi 9
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
Attendance: 2,630[32]
Referees: Ken Ditty, Ronald Brokenbrough, Donald McAllister

Loyola Marymount[edit]

Broadcasters: Barry Tompkins & Casey Jacobsen
Series History: BYU leads series 7-4
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Josh Sharp, Corbin Kaufusi
  • LMU: Matt Hayes, Godwin Okonji, Chase Flint, Marin Mornar, David Humphries
ROOT
Feb 7
1 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 87, Loyola Marymount Lions 68
Scoring by half: 40-30, 47-38
Pts: Kyle Collinsworth 23
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 12
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 10
Kyle Collinsworth 5th triple double this season
new NCAA record for triple doubles in a season
Pts: Marni Mornar 17
Rebs: David Humphries 9
Asts: Evan Payne & David Humphires 4
Gersten Pavilion
Los Angeles, CA
Attendance: 3,232[33]
Referees: Klaus Endrissat, Rob Rorke, Matt Cook

Saint Mary's[edit]

Broadcasters: Trey Bender & Stan Heath
Series History: BYU leads series 10-7
Starting Lineups:

  • SMC: Brad Waldow, Kerry Carter, Garrett Jackson, Desmond Simmons, Emmett Naar
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Josh Sharp, Corbin Kaufusi
Feb 12
7:05 p.m. MST
Saint Mary's Gaels 58, BYU Cougars 82
Scoring by half: 30-42, 28-40
Pts: Brad Waldow 17
Rebs: Dane Pineau 8
Asts: Brad Wadlow 3
Pts: Kyle Collinsworth & Skyler Halford 17
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 9
Asts: Josh Sharp & Skyler Halford 5
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 14,317[34]
Referees: Michael Reed, Michael Irving, Tommy Nunez

Pacific[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, & Spencer Linton
Series History: BYU leads series 5-4
Starting Lineups:

  • Pacific: T.J. Wallace, Gabriel Aguirre, Eric Thompson, Ray Bowles, David Taylor
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Josh Sharp, Corbin Kaufusi
BYUtv
Feb 14
7:05 p.m. MST
Pacific Tigers 59, BYU Cougars 84
Scoring by half: 30-33, 29-51
Pts: Gabriel Aguirre 14
Rebs: Gabriel Aguirre 6
Asts: Dulani Robinson 5
Pts: Tyler Haws 20
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 12
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 9
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 16,202[35]
Referees: Michael Greenstein, Klaus Endrissat, Daryl Gelinas

San Diego[edit]

Broadcasters: Roxy Bernstein & Corey Williams
Series History: BYU leads series 8-3
Starting Lineups:

  • USD: Chris Anderson, Johnny Dee, Brandon Perry, Duda Sanadze, Jito Kok
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Josh Sharp, Corbin Kaufusi
Feb 19
8:05 p.m. MST
San Diego Toreros 62, BYU Cougars 75
Scoring by half: 28-33, 34-42
Pts: Johnny Dee 13
Rebs: Chris Anderson, Johnny Dee, & Duda Sanadze 4
Asts: Chris Anderson 9
Pts: Tyler Haws 28
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 11
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 4
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 17,092[36]
Referees: Richard Batsell, Tom Spitznagel, Jimmy Casas

Portland[edit]

Broadcasters: Tom Glasgow & Jack Sikma
Series History: BYU leads series 11-1
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Josh Sharp, Corbin Kaufusi
  • Portland: Kevin Bailey, Bryce Pressley, Alec Wintering, Thomas Van Der Mars, Volodymyr Gerun
ROOT/TheW.tv
Feb 26
7 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 82, Portland Pilots 69
Scoring by half: 33-41, 49-28
Pts: Tyler Haws 21
Rebs: Tyler Haws 7
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 11
Haws becomes BYU's all-time scoring leader.
Pts: Kevin Bailey 18
Rebs: Thomas Van Der Mars 13
Asts: Alec Wintering 7
Chiles Center
Portland, OR
Attendance: 3,433[37]
Referees: Greg Nixon, Klaus Endrissat, Ken Ditty

Gonzaga[edit]

Broadcasters: Beth Mowins & Stan Heath
Series History: Gonzaga leads series 8-3
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Josh Sharp, Corbin Kaufusi
  • Gonzaga: Kevin Pangos, Gary Bell Jr., Byron Wesley, Prezemek Karnowski, Kyle Wiltjer
Feb 28
7 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 73, Gonzaga Bulldogs 70
Scoring by half: 36-36, 37-34
Pts: Kyle Collinsworth 20
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 8
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 3
Corbin Kaufusi 3 blocks
Pts: Byron Wesley 17
Rebs: Byron Wesley 9
Asts: Kevin Pangos 5
Prezemek Karnowski 3 blocks
McCarthey Athletic Center
Spokane, WA
Attendance: 6,000[38]
Referees: Michael Reed, Frank Harvey, Glen Mayberry

Quarterfinal: Santa Clara[edit]

Broadcasters: Beth Mowins & Stan Heath
Series History: BYU leads 23-5
Starting Lineups:

  • Santa Clara: Brandon Clark, Jarvis Pugh, Denzel Johnson, Jared Brownridge, Nate Kratch
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Josh Sharp, Corbin Kaufusi
ESPN2
Mar 7
8:30 pm PST
Santa Clara Broncos 76, BYU Cougars 78
Scoring by half: 36-36, 40-42
Pts: Jared Brownridge 29
Rebs: Nate Kratch 7
Asts: Brandon Clark 7
Pts: Tyler Haws 30
Rebs: Tyler Haws 9
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth & Frank Bartley IV 3
Orleans Arena
Paradise, NV
Attendance: 8,537[39]
Referees: Deldre Carr, Marc Beasley, Kurt Walker

Semifinal: Portland[edit]

Broadcasters: Beth Mowins, Stan Heath, & Jeff Goodman
Series History: BYU leads 12-1
Starting Lineups:

  • Portland: Kevin Bailey, Bryce Pressley, Alec Wintering, Jason Todd, Thomas Van Der Mars
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Josh Sharp, Corbin Kaufusi
ESPN2
Mar 9
8:30 pm PDT
Portland Pilots 70, BYU Cougars 84
Scoring by half: 24-42, 46-42
Pts: Thomas Van Der Mars 16
Rebs: Thomas Van Der Mars 9
Asts: Bobby Sharp 3
Pts: Chase Fischer 24
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 14
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 11
Collinsworth 6th triple double
Ties NCAA career mark
Orleans Arena
Paradise, NV
Attendance: 8,546[40]

Championship: Gonzaga[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave Pasch, Sean Farnham, & Jeff Goodman (ESPN)
Kevin Calabro & P.J. Carlesimo (Westwood One)
Series History: Gonzaga leads series 8-4
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Josh Sharp, Corbin Kaufusi
  • Gonzaga: Kevin Pangos, Gary Bell Jr., Byron Wesley, Prezemek Karnowski, Kyle Wiltjer
Mar 10
6:00 pm PDT
BYU Cougars 75, Gonzaga Bulldogs 91
Scoring by half: 42-48, 33-43
Pts: Kyle Collinsworth 28
Rebs: Corbin Kaufusi 9
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 5
Pts: Kyle Wiltjer 18
Rebs: Kyle Wiltjer 10
Asts: Kevin Pangos 5
Orleans Arena
Paradise, NV
Attendance: 8,585[41]
Referees: Tommy Nunez, Mike Greenstein, Michael Irving

First Four: Ole Miss[edit]

Broadcasters: Brian Anderson, Steve Smith, & Lewis Johnson (TruTV)
Brandon Gaudin & Alaa Abdelnaby (Westwood One)
Series History: First Meeting
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Tyler Haws, Kyle Collinsworth, Josh Sharp, Corbin Kaufusi
  • Ole Miss: M.J. Rhett, Sebastian Saiz, Martavious Newby, Jarvis Summers, Stefan Moody
Mar 17
9:30 pm EDT
BYU Cougars 90, Ole Miss Rebels 94
Scoring by half: 49-32, 41-62
Pts: Tyler Haws 33
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 7
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 10
Pts: Stefan Moody 26
Rebs: Sebastian Saiz & Martavious Newby 9
Asts: Jarvis Summers 10
University of Dayton Arena
Dayton, OH
Attendance: 12,124
Referees: Ray Natili, Brian O'Connell, Paul Faia (Jeff Clark)

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