MEN'S VOLLEYBALL: At Honolulu, with an overall record of 21-4 and a Mountain Pacific Sports Federation record of 16-4, the No. 3 Cougars earned its 249th MPSF victory in school history in a three-set sweep (31-29, 30-19, 30-24) over No. 13 Hawaii (10-15, 7-13) Friday.

Senior Jonathan Charette led all attackers with 11 kills on the night, but fellow-senior Trent Sorensen racked up 10 kills hitting . 562 with a service ace, two digs, and six blocks. After allowing Hawaii standout Joshua Walker to knock down 29 kills in Thursday's match, BYU held him to 10 kills on 42 swings with 10 errors and a . 000 attack percentage in Friday's sweep. In total, The Cougars held the Warriors to a .102 attack percentage on the night, the lowest the blue and white have allowed all season.

"Joel Silva had a nice weekend," BYU head coach Shawn Patchell said. "He had 36 digs on the weekend, and 15 in a three set match is great. Our middles were great, both hitting high percentages and keeping the ball in play. Yamil Perez also came in off the bench and brought some great energy for us tonight as well."

WOMEN'S TENNIS: The Cougars racked up another Mountain West Conference victory on Saturday after handing Wyoming a 4-2 loss. The Cougars improve to 13-8 overall and 5-0 in conference play.

Skipping doubles action, the match went straight into singles play, where BYU's Chie Hayasaka recorded her fifth straight-set win in as many matches, defeating Wyoming's Carly Van Hollen 6-4, 7-5.