The Latter-day Saint from Logandale, Nevada, served a mission in Mississippi.
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ESPN: “BYU, ‘grateful for those who are willing to come together,’ thanks Oregon for its apology after anti-Mormon chants at football game”
In the wake of "F--- the Mormons" chants coming from the Oregon student section last Saturday during the Ducks' 41-20 win over BYU at Autzen Stadium, BYU issued a statement Monday thanking Oregon for its "sincere apology" and adding that "this isolated behavior does not reflect the values of the University of Oregon."
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It’s little surprise that Latter-day Saint track athlete Courtney Wayment moved quickly from winning a recent collegiate national championship to making her mark on the global professional stage. Moving really, really quickly is what Wayment does best.
More than 20 years after Trent and Amber Whiting played for the Cougars, Amber has been hired to lead BYU women’s basketball
The “Dancing Olympian” is back at the games, but this time, instead of sliding feet first on a tiny sled down an icy track at 80 miles per hour, Kate Hansen is sitting in a booth for hours at a time, doing television commentating for the 2022 Beijing Olympics.