2015–16 BYU Cougars men's basketball team

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2015–16 BYU Cougars men's basketball
BYU Cougars logo.svg
NIT, Semifinals
ConferenceWest Coast Conference
2015–16 record1–10* (0–5* WCC)
Head coachDave Rose (11th season)
Assistant coachTim LaComb (6th season)
Assistant coachTerry Nashif (9th season)
Assistant coachQuincy Lewis[1] (1st season)
Home arenaMarriott Center
Seasons
2015–16 West Coast Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Saint Mary's 15 3   .833     29 6   .829
Gonzaga 15 3   .833     28 8   .778
BYU 13 5   .722     26 11   .703
Pepperdine 10 8   .556     18 14   .563
San Francisco 8 10   .444     15 15   .500
Santa Clara 7 11   .389     11 20   .355
Portland 6 12   .333     12 20   .375
Loyola Marymount 6 12   .333     14 17   .452
Pacific* 6 12   .333     8 20   .286
San Diego 4 14   .222     9 21   .300
*ineligible for postseason due to self probation
Conference tournament winner

The 2015–16 BYU Cougars men's basketball team represents Brigham Young University in the 2015–16 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. It is head coach Dave Rose's eleventh season at BYU and the Cougars fifth season in the West Coast Conference. The Cougars once again play their home games at the Marriott Center.

  • Wins vacated due to booster scandal

Before the season[edit]

Departures[edit]

Ten individuals left the BYU program following the 2014–15 season—four players graduated (including BYU's all-time scoring leader Tyler Haws), two others transferred, and three more left for missions and are expected to return in 2017–18. The remaining individual was assistant coach Mark Pope, who left to become the new head coach at Utah Valley.[2]

Name Number Pos. Height Weight Year Hometown Notes
Tyler Haws 3 G 6'5" 200 Senior Alpine, UT Graduated. Signed with Obradoiro CAB in Spain (2015).
Ryan Andrus 10 F 6'8" 200 Freshman American Fork, UT LDS mission (returning in 2017)
Josh Sharp 12 F 6'7" 185 RS Senior Highland, UT Graduated.
Anson Winder 20 G 6'3" 195 RS Senior Las Vegas, NV Graduated.
Skyler Halford 23 G 6'1" 190 RS Senior Orem, UT Graduated.
Frank Bartley IV 24 G 6'3" 200 Sophomore Baton Rouge, LA Transferred to Louisiana–Lafayette.[3][4]
Dalton Nixon 30 F 6'7" 190 Freshman Orem, UT LDS mission (returning in 2017)[5]
Isaac Neilson 35 C 6'10" 230 RS Sophomore Mission Viejo, CA Transferred to Utah Valley.[3][6]
Luke Worthingon 41 F 6'9" 240 Sophomore Mequon, WI LDS mission (returning in 2017)[7]

Recruiting[edit]

BYU has one high school graduate joining the school for the 2015-16 season.

2014–15 return missionaries[edit]

BYU will debut three returned missionaries for the 2015–16 season. Nick Emery, Jakob Hartsock, and Braiden Shaw will all have their debut season for the Cougars after serving missions.[8]

BYU will also see the return of two familiar faces who came to school for one season. Both Cory Calvert & Cooper Ainge return from their missions.[8][12]

Walk-ons[edit]

In addition to Cooper Ainge returning from his mission as a walk-on, BYU will be joined by new walk-on Alan Hamson.[15]

Transfers[edit]

On July 28, 2015, Elijah Bryant announced he would transfer to BYU from Elon. Bryant won the CAA Rookie of the Year title in the 2014-15 season. Bryant will redshirt the 2015-16 season and begin play with BYU as a Redshirt Sophomore in 2016-17.[16]

2015–16 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]

(Subject to change)

2015–16 BYU Cougars men's basketball team
Players Coaches
Pos. # Name Height Weight Year Previous school Hometown
G 1 Chase Fischer (C) 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 190 lb (86 kg) RS Sr Ripley
Wake Forest
Ripley, WV
F 2 Zac Seljaas 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 215 lb (98 kg) Fr Bountiful Bountiful, UT
G 3 Elijah Bryant (I) Current redshirt 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) 210 lb (95 kg) So New Hampton School
Elon
Gwinnett, GA
G 4 Nick Emery 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) 185 lb (84 kg) Fr Lone Peak Alpine, UT
G 5 Kyle Collinsworth (C) 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 215 lb (98 kg) Sr Provo Provo, UT
C 12 Alan Hamson (W) Current redshirt 7 ft 2 in (2.18 m) 210 lb (95 kg) Fr Pleasant Grove Pleasant Grove, UT
G 15 Jake Toolson 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 205 lb (93 kg) So Highland Gilbert, AZ
F 21 Kyle Davis 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 225 lb (102 kg) RS Jr Alta
Southern Utah
Utah State
Draper, UT
G 25 Jordan Chatman 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 195 lb (88 kg) RS Fr Union Vancouver, WA
F 31 Braiden Shaw 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 210 lb (95 kg) Fr Eagle Eagle, ID
F 33 Nate Austin (W, C) 6 ft 11 in (2.11 m) 245 lb (111 kg) RS Sr Lone Peak Alpine, UT
F 34 Jakob Hartsock 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 205 lb (93 kg) Fr Bartlesville Bartlesville, OK
F 40 Jamal Aytes 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 235 lb (107 kg) RS So JSerra
UNLV
San Diego, CA
C 44 Corbin Kaufusi 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m) 255 lb (116 kg) So Timpview Provo, UT
Head coach
Assistant coach(es)
  • Tim LaComb- Assoc. Head Coach (Utah)
  • Terry Nashif (BYU)
  • Quincy Lewis (Wagner)

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • (S) Suspended
  • (I) Ineligible
  • (W) Walk-on
  • On November 20, Cooper Ainge, a Guard out of Wellesley, Massachusetts and son of Danny Ainge, announced he would leave the team to focus on his studies. On that same day Alan Hamson announced he would redshirt the current season.[17]
  • On December 14, Cory Calvert announced he was leaving the team for the remainder of the season and would transfer from BYU.[18]
  • On December 21, Jake Toolson was granted a medical leave from the team.[19]

Schedule[edit]

  • The 2015–16 schedule begins with a Summer Trip to Spain[12] and features matches against state rivals Utah, Utah State, and Weber State. BYU will also return to Hawaii in 2015 to participate in the Diamond Head Classic.[20]
  • Matches airing on both BYUtv and Root Sports are BYUtv productions for the WCC. BYUtv is producing the game and airing it nationally while WCC Game of the Week affiliates air it regionally.
Date
time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site
city, state
Exhibition
08/19/2015*
12:00 pm, Periscope
Eurocolegio Casvi W 95–74 
 
Madrid, Spain
08/20/2015*
10:00 am
Albacete Basket W 75–52 
 
Albacete, Spain
08/24/2015*
12:00 pm, Periscope
European Basketball Academy W 102–74 
 
Barcelona, Spain
08/25/2015*
12:00 pm, Periscope
CB Castelldefels W 82–55 
 
Barcelona, Spain
10/30/2015*
7:30 pm, BYUtv
Arizona Christian W 103–75 
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
11/07/2015*
7:30 pm, BYUtv
Alaska W 77–64 
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
Non-Conference Regular Season
11/13/2015*
7:00 pm, BYUtv
Utah Valley
Old Oquirrh Bucket
W 85–54  1–0
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
11/16/2015*
11:45 pm, ESPN2
at Long Beach State
ESPN College Hoops Tipoff Marathon
L 65–66  1–1
Walter Pyramid 
Long Beach, CA
11/20/2015*
7:00 pm, BYUtv
Adams State W 97–56  2–1
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
11/25/2015*
7:00 pm, BYUtv
Mississippi Valley State W 75–68  3–1
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
11/28/2015*
7:00 pm, BYUtv
Belmont W 95–81  4–1
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
12/02/2015*
8:00 pm, P12N
at Utah
Old Oquirrh Bucket/Deseret First Duel
L 75–83  4–2
Jon M. Huntsman Center 
Salt Lake City, UT
12/05/2015*
1:00 pm, BYUtv
vs. Weber State
Old Oquirrh Bucket
W 73–68  5–2
Vivint Smart Home Arena 
Salt Lake City, UT
12/09/2015*
7:00 pm, BYUtv
Utah State
Old Oquirrh Bucket
W 80–68  6–2
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
12/12/2015*
6:00 pm, P12N
at Colorado L 83–92  6–3
Coors Events Center 
Boulder, CO
12/18/2015*
7:00 pm, BYUtv
Central Michigan W 98–85  7–3
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
12/22/2015*
2:30 pm, ESPNU
vs. Harvard
Diamond Head Classic quarterfinals
L 82–85 OT 7–4
Stan Sheriff Center 
Honolulu, HI
12/23/2015*
12:30 pm, ESPNU
vs. New Mexico
Diamond Head Classic Consolation
W 96–66  8–4
Stan Sheriff Center 
Honolulu, HI
12/25/2015*
1:30 pm, ESPNU
vs. Northern Iowa
2015 Diamond Head Classic 5th Place
W 84–76  9–4
Stan Sheriff Center 
Honolulu, HI
WCC Regular Season
12/31/2015
9:00 pm, ESPNU
at Saint Mary's L 74–85  9–5
(0–1)
McKeon Pavilion 
Moraga, CA
01/02/2016
4:00 pm, RTUT
at Pacific W 81–67  10–5
(1–1)
Alex G. Spanos Center 
Stockton, CA
01/07/2016
9:00 pm, ESPNU
Santa Clara W 97–61[21]  11–5
(2–1)
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
01/09/2016
7:00 pm, BYUtv
San Francisco W 102–92  12–5
(3–1)
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
01/14/2016
7:00 pm, ESPN2
at No. 25/21 Gonzaga W 69–68  13–5
(4–1)
McCarthey Athletic Center 
Spokane, WA
01/16/2016
4:00 pm, RTUT
at Portland L 81–84  13–6
(4–2)
Chiles Center 
Portland, OR
01/21/2016
9:00 pm, RTUT
BYUtv
at Loyola Marymount W 91–80  14–6
(5–2)
Gersten Pavilion 
Los Angeles, CA
01/23/2016
6:00 pm, BYUtv
at Pepperdine L 65–71  14–7
(5–3)
Firestone Fieldhouse 
Malibu, CA
01/28/2016
9:00 pm, ESPNU
Loyola Marymount W 87–62[22]  15–7
(6–3)
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
01/30/2016
8:00 pm, ESPN2
Pepperdine W 88–77  16–7
(7–3)
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
02/04/2016
7:00 pm, BYUtv
No. RV/25 Saint Mary's W 70–59  17–7
(8–3)
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
02/06/2016
2:00 pm, RTUT
BYUtv
Pacific L 72–77  17–8
(8–4)
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
02/11/2016
8:00 pm, BYUtv
at San Francisco W 114–89  18–8
(9–4)
War Memorial Gymnasium 
San Francisco, CA
02/13/2016
2:00 pm, RTUT
BYUtv
at Santa Clara W 96–62  19–8
(10–4)
Leavey Center 
Santa Clara, CA
02/18/2016
9:00 pm, ESPNU
at San Diego W 69–67  20–8
(11–4)
Jenny Craig Pavilion 
San Diego, CA
02/20/2016
7:00 pm, BYUtv
San Diego W 91–33  21–8
(12–4)
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
02/25/2016
9:00 pm, ESPNU
Portland W 99–81  22–8
(13–4)
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
02/27/2016
6:00 pm, ESPN2
Gonzaga L 68–71  22–9
(13–5)
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
WCC Tournament
03/05/2016
2:00 pm, BYUtv
(3) vs. (6) Santa Clara
Quarterfinals
W 72–60  23–9
Orleans Arena 
Paradise, NV
03/07/2016
9:30 pm, ESPN2
(3) vs. (2) Gonzaga
Semifinals
L 84–88  23–10
Orleans Arena 
Paradise, NV
National Invitation Tournament
03/16/2016*
8:00 pm, ESPNU
(2) (7) UAB
First round – St. Bonaventure Quadrant
W 97–79  24–10
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
03/18/2016*
7:30 pm, ESPNU
(2) (3) Virginia Tech
Second round – St. Bonaventure Quadrant
W 80–77  25–10
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
03/22/2016*
7:00 pm, ESPN
(2) (4) Creighton
Quarterfinals – St. Bonaventure Quadrant
W 88–82  26–10
Marriott Center 
Provo, UT
03/29/2016*
5:00 pm, ESPN
(2) vs. (1) Valparaiso
Semifinals
L 70–72  26–11
Madison Square Garden 
New York City, NY
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
All times are in Mountain.

Game summaries[edit]

Eurocolegio Casvi[edit]

Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Nate Austin, Corbin Kaufusi
  • Eurocolegio Casvi: Nicol Bermúdez De Castro, Jorg Sánchez Domínguez, Héctor Jiménez Redondo, Eduard Gómez Fernández, Walter Ju Cabral Bueriberi
Aug 19
12:00 p.m. MDT
BYU Cougars 95, Eurocolegio Casvi 74
Scoring by half: 52-41, 43-33
Pts: Chase Fischer 16
Rebs: Nate Austin 13
Asts: Corbin Kaufusi 4
Pts: Héctor Jiménez Redondo 18
Rebs: Jorg Sánchez Domínguez 7
Asts: Adrián Uso Estrella 2

Albacete Basket[edit]

Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Zac Seljaas, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi
  • Albacete Basket: Georvys Elias Sayu, Juan Carlos Vilches, Diego Javier Fox Esm, Miguel Raez Cuenca, Jose Maria Lopez
Aug 20
10:00 a.m. MDT
BYU Cougars 75, Albacete Basket 52
Scoring by half: 34-34, 41-18
Pts: Kyle Collinsworth 15
Rebs: Corbin Kaufusi 12
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 8
Pts: Miguel Raez Cuenca 17
Rebs: Miguel Raez Cuenca 10
Asts: Diego Javier Fox Esm & Alvaro Picazo Serran 3

European Basketball Academy[edit]

Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Jordan Chatman, Nate Austin
  • European Basketball Academy: Not listed
Aug 24
12:00 p.m. MDT
BYU Cougars 102, European Basketball Academy 74
Scoring by half: 42–40, 60–34
Pts: Chase Fischer 22
Rebs: Corbin Kaufusi 10
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 14
Pts: Not listed
Rebs: Not listed
Asts: Not listed

CB Castelldefels[edit]

Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Jordan Chatman, Corbin Kaufusi
  • CB Castelldefels: Not listed
Aug 25
12:00 p.m. MDT
BYU Cougars 82, CB Castelldefels 55
Scoring by half: 34–36, 48–19
Pts: Chase Fischer 20
Rebs: Kyle Davis & Corbin Kaufusi 13
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 5
Pts: Not listed
Rebs: Not listed
Asts: Not listed

Papa John's Cougar Tipoff[edit]

Broadcasters: Spencer Linton & Jarom Jordan
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU White: Zac Seljaas, Jordan Chatman, Elijah Bryant, Braiden Shaw, Jakob Hartsock
  • BYU Blue: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Jake Toolson, Kyle Davis, Jamal Aytes
byutv.org
Oct 28
7:00 p.m. MDT
BYU White 60, BYU Blue 66
Scoring by half: 37–19, 23–47
Pts: Zac Seljaas 19
Rebs: Zac Seljaas, Briaden Shaw, Jakob Hartsock 4
Asts: Elijah Bryant 4
Pts: Nick Emery 19
Rebs: Kyle Davis 11
Asts: Jake Toolson, Kyle Davis 3
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 4,318[23]
Referees: DG Nelson, Chad Shepherd, Matt Basham

Exhibition: Arizona Christian[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Jarom Jordan, & Jason Shepherd
Starting Lineups:

  • Arizona Christian: Bobby Gray, Brandon Newman, Chris Sterling, Jackson Helms, Mike Navar
  • BYU: Nick Emery, Zac Seljaas, Jake Toolson, Kyle Davis, Nate Austin
BYUtv
Oct 30
7:30 p.m. MDT
Arizona Christian Firestorm 75, BYU Cougars 103
Scoring by half: 44–44, 31–59
Pts: Chris Sterling 18
Rebs: Bobby Gray 8
Asts: Bobby Gray 7
Pts: Jake Toolson 23
Rebs: Jamal Aytes 7
Asts: Cooper Ainge 7
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 12,269[24]
Referees: Verne Harris, Casey McClellan, Chad Shepherd

Exhibition: Alaska[edit]

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

  • Alaska Fairbanks: Alex Duncan, Bangaly Kaba, Joe Slocum, Travante Williams, Almir Hadzisehovic
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Jake Toolson, Nate Austin
BYUtv
Nov 7
7:30 p.m. MST
Alaska Nanooks 64, BYU Cougars 77
Scoring by half: 25–39, 39–38
Pts: Travante Williams 13
Rebs: Almir Hadzisehovic 9
Asts: Joe Slocum 5
Pts: Chase Fischer 18
Rebs: Nick Emery, Nate Austin 8
Asts: Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth 3
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 13,124[25]
Referees: Chris Rastatter, Casey McClellan, Chad Shepherd

Utah Valley[edit]

Broadcasters: Spencer Linton, Blaine Fowler, & Lauren Francom
Series History: BYU leads series 1–0
Starting Lineups:

  • Utah Valley: Marcel Davis, Jaden Jackson, Konner Frey, Ivory Young, Andrew Bastien
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Kyle Collinsworth, Jake Toolson, Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi
BYUtv
Nov 13
7 p.m. MST
Utah Valley Wolverines 54, BYU Cougars 85
Scoring by half: 26–46, 28–39
Pts: Konner Frey 19
Rebs: Konner Frey, Andrew Bastien 6
Asts: Marcel Davis, Telly Davenport, 3
Pts: Chase Fischer 20
Rebs: Kyle Davis 20
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 7
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 17,683[26]
Referees: Dick Cartmell, Bob Staffen, Rick Batsell

Long Beach State[edit]

Broadcasters: Steve Quis & Brad Daugherty
Series history: BYU leads series 6–4
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Kyle Collinsworth, Jake Toolson, Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi
  • Long Beach State: Nick Faust, Roschon Prince, Justin Bibbins, A. J. Spencer, Gabe Levin
ESPN2
Nov 16
10:45 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 65, Long Beach State 49ers 66
Scoring by half: 30–36, 35–30
Pts: Corbin Kaufusi 17
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 13
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 6
Kaufusi & Collinsworth both have double-doubles
Pts: Noah Blackwell 11
Rebs: Nick Faust 8
Asts: Justin Bibbins 7
Walter Pyramid
Long Beach, CA
Attendance: 3,412
Referees: Chris Rastatter, Mike Reed, Deron White

Adams State[edit]

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

  • Adams State: EJ Hubbard II, Joe Bell Austin, Shakir Smith, Kendyl Grover, Ante Mioc
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Kyle Collinsworth, Jake Toolson, Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi
BYUtv
Nov 20
7 p.m. MST
Adams State Grizzlies 56, BYU Cougars 97
Scoring by half: 29–42, 27–55
Pts: Bryan Umoru 12
Rebs: EJ Hubbard II 9
Asts: EJ Hubbard II 4
Pts: Nick Emery 20
Rebs: Kyle Davis 10
Asts: Nick Emery 6
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 12,976[27]
Referees: Casey McClellan, LaDonte King, Coban Lopez

Mississippi Valley State[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, & Spencer Linton
Series history: Series even 1–1
Starting Lineups:

  • Mississippi Valley State: Vacha Vaughn, Damian Young, Ta'Jay Henry, Kylan Phillips, Jabari Alex
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi
BYUtv
Nov 25
7 p.m. MST
Mississippi Valley State Delta Devils 68, BYU Cougars 75
Scoring by half: 32–44, 36–31
Pts: Damian Young 21
Rebs: Michael Matlock 10
Asts: Kylan Phillips 4
Pts: Nick Emery 18
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 8
Asts: Nick Emery 7
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 15,467[28]
Referees: Tom O'Neill, Shawn Lehigh, Dennis Flannery

Belmont[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, & Lauren Francom
Series History: First Meeting
Starting Lineups:

  • Belmont: Luke Austin, Taylor Barnette, Craig Bradshaw, Evan Bradds, Tyler Hadden
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi
BYUtv
Nov 28
7 p.m. MST
Belmont Bruins 81, BYU Cougars 95
Scoring by half: 42–40, 39–55
Pts: Craig Bradshaw 26
Rebs: Craig Bradshaw, Dylan Windler 6
Asts: Austin Luke 6
Pts: Nick Emery 27
Rebs: Kyle Davis 14
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 10
Collinsworth 26 pts, 10 rebs, 10 asts for 7th career triple double, new NCAA record for triple doubles in a career[29]
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 13,712[30]
Referees: Gregory Nixon, Tommy Nunez, Travis Schatzman

Utah[edit]

Broadcasters: Ted Robinson, Bill Walton, & Lewis Johnson
Series history: BYU leads series 129–127
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi
  • Utah: Brandon Taylor, Jordan Loveridge, Kenneth Ogbe, Kyle Kuzma, Jakob Poeltl
Dec 2
8 p.m. MST
BYU Cougars 75, Utah Utes 83
Scoring by half: 28–51, 47–32
Pts: Chase Fischer 26
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 9
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 5
Pts: Jakob Poeltl 26
Rebs: Jakob Poeltl 13
Asts: Brandon Taylor 9
Huntsman Center
Salt Lake City, UT
Attendance: 15,131[31]
Referees: Verne Harris, Dick Cartmell, Michael Greenstein

Weber State[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, & Spencer Linton
Series History: BYU leads series 30–10
Starting Lineups:

  • Weber State: Joel Bolomboy, McKay Cannon, Dusty Baker, Jeremy Senglin, Zach Braxton
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Kyle Collinsworth, Jake Toolson, Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi
BYUtv
Dec 5
1 p.m. MST
Weber State Wildcats 68, BYU Cougars 73
Scoring by half: 37-39, 31-34
Pts: Jeremy Senglin 20
Rebs: Joel Bolomboy 12
Asts: Jeremy Senglin 5
Pts: Chase Fisher 21
Rebs: Kyle Davis 8
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 10
Vivint Smart Home Arena
Salt Lake City, UT
Attendance: 15,121[32]
Referees: Tony Padilla, Larry Spaulding, Glen Mayberry

Utah State[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, & Spencer Linton
Series history: BYU leads series 139–92
Starting Lineups:

  • Utah State: Darius Perkins, Shane Rector, Jalen Moore, Chris Smith, Elston Jones
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Kyle Collinsworth, Jake Toolson, Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi
BYUtv
Dec 10
7 p.m. MST
Utah State Aggies 68, BYU Cougars 80
Scoring by half: 24–39, 44–41
Pts: Jalen Moore 15
Rebs: Lew Evans 8
Asts: Shane Rector 6
Pts: Chase Fischer 24
Rebs: Kyle Davis 14
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 11
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 14,048[33]
Referees: Mike Scyphers, Michael Irving, Rick Batsell

Colorado[edit]

Broadcasters: Jim Watson & Lamar Hurd
Series History: Colorado leads series 16–6
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi
  • Colorado: Wesley Gordon, Dominique Collier, George King, Josh Scott, Josh Fortune
P12
Dec 12
6:00 p.m. MST
BYU Cougars 83, Colorado Buffaloes 92
Scoring by half: 36–48, 47–44
Pts: Nick Emery 23
Rebs: Kyle Davis 11
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 6
Davis' 5th double-double this season
Pts: George King 23
Rebs: Josh Scott 10
Asts: Josh Fortune 5
Coors Events Center
Boulder, CO
Attendance: 8,913[34]
Referees: Chris Rastatter, Gregory Nixon, Nate Harris

Central Michigan[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, & Lauren Francom
Series History: First Meeting
Starting Lineups:

  • Central Michigan: Braylon Rayson, Rayshawn Simmons, Chris Fowler, Luke Meyer, John Simons
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi
BYUtv
Dec 18
7 p.m. MST
Central Michigan Chippewas 85, BYU Cougars 98
Scoring by half: 44–44, 41–54
Pts: Josh Kozinski 18
Rebs: John Simons 9
Asts: Chris Fowler 10
Pts: Zac Seljaas 25
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 10
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 10
Collinsworth triple double #8 (12–10–10)[35]
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 13,408[36]
Referees: Verne Harris, Keith Kimble, Larry Spaudling

Harvard[edit]

Broadcasters: Kanoa Leahey & Cory Alexander
Series History: BYU leads series 1–0
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi
  • Harvard: Tommy McCarthy, Zena Edosomwan, Corey Johnson, Evan Cummins, Agunwa Okolie
ESPNU
Dec 22
11:30 a.m. HST
BYU Cougars 82, Harvard Crimson 85 (OT)
Scoring by half: 29–31, 37–35 Overtime: 16–19
Pts: Kyle Collinsworth & Kyle Davis 23
Rebs: Kyle Davis 16
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 8
Pts: Zena Edosomwan 23
Rebs: Zena Edosomwan 17
Asts: Tommy McCarthy 5
Stan Sheriff Center
Honolulu, Oahu
Attendance: 7,161[37]
Referees: Todd Apo, Duke Edsell, Jason Barker

New Mexico[edit]

Broadcasters: Kanoa Leahey & Cory Alexander
Series History: BYU leads series 76–55
Starting Lineups:

  • New Mexico: Cullen Neal, Elijah Brown, Obij Aget, Sam Logwood, Tim Williams
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Nate Austin
ESPNU
Dec 23
9:30 a.m. HST
New Mexico Lobos 66, BYU Cougars 96
Scoring by half: 38–46, 28–50
Pts: Elijah Brown, Tim Williams 16
Rebs: Tim Williams 8
Asts: Cullen Neal, Elijah Brown 2
Pts: Chase Fischer 41
Rebs: Kyle Davis, Jamal Aytes 6
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 9
Stan Sheriff Center
Honolulu, Oahu
Attendance: 6,437[38]
Referees: Ken Ditty, Alfred Smith, Todd Apo

Northern Iowa[edit]

Broadcasters: Kanoa Leahey & Cory Alexander
Series History: First Meeting
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Nate Austin
  • Northern Iowa: Paul Jesperson, Matt Bohannon, Wes Washpun, Jeremy Morgan, Bennett Koch
ESPNU
Dec 25
10:30 a.m. HST
BYU Cougars 84, Northern Iowa Panthers 76
Scoring by half: 38–28, 46–48
Pts: Chase Fischer 26
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 16
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 6
Pts: Matt Bohannon 21
Rebs: Wes Washpun 8
Asts: Wes Washpun 7
Stan Sheriff Center
Honolulu, Oahu
Attendance: 7,251[39]
Referees: Jason Baker, Tom Short, JB DeRosa

Saint Mary's[edit]

Broadcasters: Roxy Bernstein & Corey Williams
Series History: BYU leads series 11–7
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Nate Austin
  • Saint Mary's: Emmett Naar, Evan Fitzner, Dane Pineau, Calvin Hermanson, Joe Rahon
ESPNU
Dec 31
8:00 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 74, Saint Mary's Gaels 85
Scoring by half: 27–36, 47–49
Pts: Chase Fischer 21
Rebs: Nate Austin 14
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 6
Pts: Calvin Hermanson 21
Rebs: Evan Fitzner 9
Asts: Emmett Naar, Joe Rahon 6
McKeon Pavilion
Moraga, CA
Attendance: 3,183
Referees: Randy McCall, John Higgins, Mike Reed

Pacific[edit]

Broadcasters: Glen Kuiper & Dan Belluomini
Series History: BYU leads series 6–4
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Nate Austin
  • Pacific: T.J. Wallace, Alec Kobre, Tonko Vuko, Jacob Lampkin, Ray Bowles
Jan 2
3 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 81, Pacific Tigers 67
Scoring by half: 34–28, 47–39
Pts: Chase Fischer 23
Rebs: Nate Austin 10
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 8
Pts: Jacob Lampkin 14
Rebs: T.J. Wallace 6
Asts: Ray Bowles, Ilias Theodorou 5
Alex G. Spanos Center
Stockton, CA
Attendance: 3,175[40]
Referees: Verne Harris, Eric Curry, Michael Greenstein

Santa Clara[edit]

Broadcasters: Roxy Bernstein & Corey Williams
Series History: BYU leads series 24–5
Starting Lineups:

  • Santa Clara: Kai Healy, Jared Brownridge, KJ Feagin, Nate Kratch, Emmanuel Ndumanya
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Nate Austin
ESPNU
Jan 7
9:05 p.m. MST
Santa Clara Broncos 61, BYU Cougars 97
Scoring by half: 34–48, 27–49
Pts: Jared Brownridge 16
Rebs: Nate Kratch 8
Asts: KJ Feagin 5
Pts: Nick Emery 23
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 11
Asts: Kyle Collinsowrth 10
Collinsworth tripe double #9 (21–11–10)[41]
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 12,777[42]
Referees: David Hall, Shawn Lehigh, Nate Harris

San Francisco[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, & Spencer Linton
Series History: BYU leads series 13–7
Starting Lineups:

  • San Francisco: Devin Watson, Uche Ogoegbu, Dont'e Reynolds, Chase Foster, Tim Derksen
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Nate Austin
BYUtv
Jan 9
7:05 p.m. MST
San Francisco Dons 92, BYU Cougars 102
Scoring by half: 45–51, 47–51
Pts: Devin Watson 25
Rebs: Dont'e Reynolds 7
Asts: Devin Watson, Tim Derksen 5
Pts: Chase Fischer 25
Rebs: Kyle Davis 9
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 7
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 16,616[43]
Referees: Deron White, Tom Spitznagel, Ryan McDaniel

Gonzaga[edit]

Broadcasters: Beth Mowins & Brad Daugherty
Series History: Gonzaga leads series 8–5
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Nate Austin
  • Gonzaga: Bryan Alberts, Domantas Sabonis, Josh Perkins, Eric McClellan, Kyle Wiltjer
Jan 14
6 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 69, Gonzaga Bulldogs 68
Scoring by half: 32–36, 37–32
Pts: Kyle Collinsworth 20
Rebs: Kyle Davis 11
Asts: Chase Fischer 4
Pts: Kyle Wiltjer 35
Rebs: Kyle Wiltjer 10
Asts: Josh Perkins 7
McCarthey Athletic Center
Spokane, WA
Attendance: 6,000[44]
Referees: Verne Harris, John Higgins, Michael Irving

Portland[edit]

Broadcasters: Tom Glasgow & Francis Williams
Series History: BYU leads series 13–1
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Nate Austin
  • Portland: Bryce Pressley, Alex Wintering, Jason Todd, Gabe Taylor, Ray Barreno
Jan 16
3 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 81, Portland Pilots 84
Scoring by half: 40–42, 41–42
Pts: Chase Fischer 22
Rebs: Nate Austin 11
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 6
Pts: Alec Wintering 22
Rebs: Ray Barreno 8
Asts: Alex Wintering 5
Chiles Center
Portland, OR
Attendance: 4,852[45]
Referees: Chris Rastatter, Ruben Ramos, Nate Harris

Loyola Marymount[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann & Brad Holland
Series History: BYU leads series 8–4
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Nate Austin
  • LMU: Adom Jacko, Brandon Brown, Steven Haney, Buay Tuach, Shamar Johnson
RTUT
BYUtv
Jan 21
8 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 91, LMU Lions 80
Scoring by half: 40–50, 51–30
Pts: Nick Emery 24
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis 13
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 15
Collinsworth triple double #10 (10-13-15)[46]
Pts: Adom Jacko 26
Rebs: Adom Jacko 12
Asts: Brandon Brown 10
Gersten Pavilion
Los Angeles, CA
Attendance: 2,681[47]
Referees: Bob Staffen, Dick Cartmell, Kelly Self

Pepperdine[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann & Brad Holland
Series History: BYU leads series 9–7
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Nate Austin
  • Pepperdine: Jeremy Major, Stacy Davis, Kameron Edwards, Lamond Murray Jr., Jett Raines
BYUtv
Jan 23
5 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 65, Pepperdine Waves 71
Scoring by half: 28–30, 37–41
Pts: Kyle Collinsworth 18
Rebs: Nate Austin 11
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis 3
Pts: Lamond Murray Jr. 20
Rebs: Stacy Davis, Kameron Edwards 9
Asts: Amadi Udenyi 9
Firestone Fieldhouse
Malibu, CA
Attendance: 3,019[48]
Referees: Gregory Nixon, Horace Shields, Dennis Flannery

Loyola Marymount[edit]

Broadcasters: Roxy Bernstein & Corey Williams
Series History: BYU leads series 9–4
Starting Lineups:

  • LMU: Adom Jacko, Brandon Brown, Steven Haney, Shamar Johnson, David Humphries
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Nate Austin
ESPNU
Jan 28
9:05 p.m. MST
LMU Lions 62, BYU Cougars 87
Scoring by half: 24–38, 38–49
Pts: Adom Jacko 20
Rebs: David Humphries 8
Asts: Brandon Brown 4
Pts: Kyle Davis 19
Rebs: Jordan Chatman, Nate Austin 7
Asts: Kyle Collinworth 8
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 12,816[49]
Referees: Verne Harris, Shawn Lehigh, Tom O'Neill

Pepperdine[edit]

Broadcasters: Beth Mowins & Brad Daugherty
Series History: BYU leads series 9–8
Starting Lineups:

  • Pepperdine: Jeremy Major, Stacy Davis, Kameron Edwards, Lamond Murray Jr., Jett Raines
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Nate Austin
ESPN2
Jan 30
8:05 p.m. MST
Pepperdine Waves 77, BYU Cougars 88
Scoring by half: 45–53, 32–35
Pts: Jett Raines 17
Rebs: Stacy Davis 9
Asts: Jeremy Major 4
Pts: Kyle Collinsworth 24
Rebs: Kyle Davis 8
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 10
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 18,987[50]
Referees: Michael Greenstein, Jimmy Casas, Kelly Pfeifer

Saint Mary's[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, & Spencer Linton
Series History: BYU leads series 11–8
Starting Lineups:

  • Saint Mary's: Emmett Naar, Evan Fitzner, Dane Pineau, Calvin Hermanson, Joe Rahon
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Jakob Hartsock, Kyle Davis
BYUtv
Feb 4
7:05 p.m. MST
Saint Mary's Gaels 59, BYU Cougars 70
Scoring by half: 37–33, 22–37
Pts: Joe Rahon 17
Rebs: Dane Pineau 6
Asts: Joe Rahon 5
Pts: Chase Fischer 19
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 9
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 7
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 14,897[51]
Referees: Tony Padilla, John Higgins, Kelly Self

Pacific[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, & Spencer Linton
Series History: BYU leads series 7–4
Starting Lineups:

  • Pacific: T.J. Wallace, Alec Kobre, Tonko Vuko, Eric Thompson, Ray Bowles
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Jackob Hartsock, Kyle Davis
BYUtv
RTUT
Feb 6
2:05 p.m. MST
Pacific Tigers 77, BYU Cougars 72
Scoring by half: 32–34, 45–38
Pts: Alec Kobre 17
Rebs: Eric Thompson 8
Asts: T.J. Wallace 3
Pts: Chase Fischer 23
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 12
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 4
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 16,069[52]
Referees: Dick Cartmell, Michael Irving, Nate Harris

San Francisco[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann & Blaine Fowler
Series History: BYU leads series 14–7
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi
  • San Francisco: Devin Watson, Uche Ogoegbu, Ronnie Boyce, Dont'e Reynolds, Tim Derksen
Feb 11
7 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 114, San Francisco Dons 89
Scoring by half: 58–39, 56–50
Pts: Nick Emery 37
Rebs: Corbin Kaufusi 10
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 8
Pts: Devin Watson 29
Rebs: Dont'e Reynolds 10
Asts: Devin Watson 7
War Memorial Gymnasium
San Francisco, CA
Attendance: 1,420[53]
Referees: Randy McCall, Larry Spauding, Bill Vinovich

Santa Clara[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann & Blaine Fowler
Series History: BYU leads series 25–5
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi
  • Santa Clara: Kai Healy, Jared Brownridge, KJ Feagin, Nate Kratch, Emmanuel Ndumanya
BYUtv
RTUT
Feb 13
1 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 96, Santa Clara Broncos 62
Scoring by half: 51–32, 45–30
Pts: Nick Emery 31
Rebs: Kyle Davis 8
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 8
Pts: Jared Brownridge 16
Rebs: Emmanuel Ndumanya 10
Asts: Kai Healy, Jared Brownridge, Matt Hubbard 2
Leavey Center
Santa Clara, CA
Attendance: 2,469[54]
Referees: Michael Scyphers, Ruben Ramos, Deldre Carr

San Diego[edit]

Broadcasters: Roxy Bernstein & Corey Williams
Series History: BYU leads series 9–3
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi
  • USD: Olin Carter III, Vasa Pusica, Marcus Harris, Brett Bailey, Jito Kok
ESPNU
Feb 18
8:05 p.m. PST
BYU Cougars 69, San Diego Toreros 67
Scoring by half: 27–32, 42–35
Pts: Kyle Collinsworth 25
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 12
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 6
Pts: Vasa Pusica 17
Rebs: Duda Sanadze 7
Asts: Duda Sanadze 5
Jenny Craig Pavilion
San Diego, CA
Attendance: 3,056[55]
Referees: Gregory Nixon, Tony Padilla, Klaus Endrissat

San Diego[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler, & Spencer Linton
Series History: BYU leads series 10–3
Starting Lineups:

  • USD: Olin Carter III, Vasa Pusica, Marcus Harris, Brett Bailey, Jito Kok
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi
BYUtv
Feb 20
7:05 p.m. MST
San Diego Toreros 33, BYU Cougars 91
Scoring by half: 11–39, 22–52
Pts: Brett Bailey 9
Rebs: Duda Sanadze 4
Asts: Vasa Pusica, Brett Bailey, Jito Kok, Duda Sanadze, Cameron Neubauer, 1
Pts: Nick Emery 17
Rebs: Nick Emery 9
Asts: Nick Emery 5
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 16,324[56]
Referees: Randy McCall, Glen Mayberry, Steve Olson

Portland[edit]

Broadcasters: Roxy Bernstein & Corey Williams
Series History: BYU leads series 13–2
Starting Lineups:

  • Portland: Bryce Pressley, Alex Wintering, D'Marques Tyson, Gabe Taylor, Ray Barreno
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi
ESPNU
Feb 25
9:05 p.m. MST
Portland Pilots 81, BYU Cougars 99
Scoring by half: 32–53, 49–46
Pts: Jazz Johnson 17
Rebs: Ray Barreno 11
Asts: Bryce Pressley, Alex Wintering 6
Pts: Chase Fischer 21
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 11
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 10
Collinsworth triple-double #11
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 13,497[57]
Referees: Bob Staffen, Deron White, Brent Meaux

Gonzaga[edit]

Broadcasters: Beth Mowins & Brad Daugherty
Series History: Gonzaga leads series 8–6
Starting Lineups:

  • Gonzaga: Kyle Dranginis, Domantas Sabonis, Josh Perkins, Eric McClellan, Kyle Witljer
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi
ESPN2
Feb 27
6:05 p.m. MST
Gonzaga Bulldogs 71, BYU Cougars 68
Scoring by half: 38–34, 33–34
Pts: Kyle Wiltjer 21
Rebs: Domantas Sabonis 14
Asts: Josh Perkins 5
Pts: Chase Fischer 18
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 15
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 5
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 18,987[58]
Referees: David Hall, Larry Spaulding, Michael Greenstein

Santa Clara[edit]

Broadcasters: Dave McCann & Blaine Fowler (BYUtv)
Steve Quis, Casey Jacobsen, & Kelli Tennant (TheW.tv)
Series History: BYU leads series 26–5
Starting Lineups:

  • Santa Clara: Kai Healy, Jared Brownridge, KJ Feagin, Nate Kratch, Emmanuel Ndumanya
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi
BYUtv
TheW.tv
Mar 5
1 p.m. PST
Santa Clara Broncos 60, BYU Cougars 72
Scoring by half: 25–35, 35–37
Pts: Jared Brownridge 30
Rebs: Jarvis Pugh 8
Asts: Kai Healy, KJ Feagin, Matt Hauser 2
Pts: Nick Emery 15
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 9
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 6
Orleans Arena
Paradise, NV
Attendance: 7,341[59]
Referees: Ken Ditty, Mark Cook, Ron Brokenbrough

Gonzaga[edit]

Broadcasters: Brent Musburger & Fran Fraschilla
Series History: Gonzaga leads series 9–6
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi
  • Gonzaga: Kyle Dranginis, Domantas Sabonis, Josh Perkins, Eric McClellan, Kyle Wiltjer
ESPN2
Mar 7
8:30 p.m. PST
#3 BYU Cougars 84, #2 Gonzaga Bulldogs 88
Scoring by half: 47–47, 37–41
Pts: Nick Emery 27
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 11
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 6
Pts: Kyle Wiltjer 29
Rebs: Domantas Sabonis 14
Asts: Josh Perkins 5
Orleans Arena
Paradise, NV
Attendance: 8,362[60]
Referees: Randy McCall, Verne Harris, Dick Cartmell

UAB[edit]

Broadcasters: Mitch Holthus & Corey Williams
Series History: BYU leads series 2–1
Starting Lineups:

  • UAB: Hakeem Baxter, Nick Norton, Chris Cokley, Robert Brown, William Lee
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi
ESPNU
Mar 16
8:05 p.m. MDT
#7 UAB Blazers 79, #2 BYU Cougars 97
Scoring by half: 30–51, 49–46
Pts: Robert Brown 29
Rebs: Chris Cokley 7
Asts: Tosin Mehenti, Lewis Sullivan 3
Pts: Chase Fischer 27
Rebs: Kyle Collinsworth 10
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 12
Collinsworth triple-double #12
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 8,420[61]
Referees: Randy McCall, Robert Lehigh, Deron White

Virginia Tech[edit]

Broadcasters: Mitch Holthus & Corey Williams
Series History: BYU leads series 3–0
Starting Lineups:

  • Virginia Tech: Shane Henry, Justin Robinson, Justin Bibbs, Jalen Hudson, Zach Leday
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi
ESPNU
Mar 18
7:35 p.m. MDT
#3 Virginia Tech Hokies 77, #2 BYU Cougars 80
Scoring by half: 34-38, 43-42
Pts: Seth Allen 22
Rebs: Zach Leday 14
Asts: Seth Allen, Justin Robinson 3
Pts: Chase Fischer 24
Rebs: Kyle Davis 8
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 10
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 12,379[62]
Referees: Larry Spaudling, Rick Batsell, Frank Harvey

Creighton[edit]

Broadcasters: Roxy Bernstein & Fran Fraschilla
Series History: BYU leads series 6–3
Starting Lineups:

  • Creighton: Khyri Thomas, Maurice Watson Jr., Cole Huff, James Milliken, Geoffrey Groselle
  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Zac Seljaas, Nick Emery, Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi
ESPN
Mar 22
7:05 p.m. MDT
#4 Creighton Bluejays 82, #2 BYU Cougars 88
Scoring by half: 37–38, 45–50
Pts: Geoffrey Groselle 22
Rebs: Cole Huff 11
Asts: Maurice Watson Jr. 9
Pts: Zac Seljaas 19
Rebs: Zac Seljaas, Nick Emery 7
Asts: Nick Emery 5
Marriott Center
Provo, UT
Attendance: 15,525[63]
Referees: Verne Harris, Don Daily, Keith Kimble

Valparaiso[edit]

Broadcasters: Bob Wischusen, Fran Fraschilla, & Kaylee Hartung (ESPN)
Scott Graham & Kelly Tripucka (Westwood One)
Series History: Series even 1–1
Starting Lineups:

  • BYU: Chase Fischer, Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth, Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi
  • Valparaiso: Keith Carter, Darien Walker, Shane Hammink, Vashil Hernandez, Alec Peters
Mar 29
7 p.m. EDT
#2 BYU Cougars 70, #1 Valparaiso Crusaders 72
Scoring by half: 30–44, 40–28
Pts: Kyle Collinsworth 20
Rebs: Kyle Davis, Corbin Kaufusi 8
Asts: Kyle Collinsworth 5
Pts: David Skara, Alec Peters 15
Rebs: Alec Peters 9
Asts: Shane Hammink 5
Madison Square Garden
New York City, NY
Attendance: 8,298[64]
Referees: Pat Driscoll, John Gaffney, Brian O'Connell

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