BYU Cougars finished softball season with bittersweet taste in their mouths, but optimistic about the future

BYU has won 10 straight league titles, but looking for more postseason success

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  • 65TossPowerTrap Salmon, ID
    June 6, 2019 2:41 p.m.

    Keep scheduling tough non-conference games and keep grinding.

  • Who am I sir? Cottonwood Heights, UT
    June 6, 2019 10:03 a.m.

    "...optimistic about the future"

    Part of that optimism is that they will continue to benefit from Utah's membership in the PAC-12. This past year BYU can proudly say the number 3 team in the nation played at BYU for a game against the cougars. The Washington Huskies were in Salt Lake City playing the Utes in a three game conference series. And they agreed to play BYU the day before since they were already in SLC. As soon as the PAC-12 schedule is out for 2020 I'll wager BYU will be contacting many of the PAC-12 schools with the same spiel - You're already in SLC, please consider playing a game against us. In case you don't know we play in Provo, Utah which is some 40 miles from SLC.

  • IJ Hyrum, Ut
    June 6, 2019 7:04 a.m.

    Great season ladies! The haters will always point out you didn't do this or that while ignoring the fact that the team they root for didn't even get that far. Celebrate your accomplishments and strive to improve.

  • majmajor Layton, UT
    June 5, 2019 11:53 a.m.

    There is a reason BYU's solfball team continues to win the WCC, but continues to play poorly in the NCAA; the WCC doesn't provide a high-level of compitition. Teams rise to the level of their competition. The WCC doesn't challenge many teams.

    This is another example of Tom Holmoe's failure to provide BYU's athletic programs an environment of success. He continues to fail at his job to actually improve BYU's Athletic Programs, or any other program he has mismanaged.

    It is time for Holmoe's football-centric independence experiment to end, and for BYU to get an AD, who can lead the program into a successful future. One who can work with other schools, and conferences, and influence BYU's inclusion into a challenging conference.