Olmstead hopes to keep BYU moving up: “We’re always building every year”

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Heather Olmstead in a BYU post-match conference/Ed Chan, VBshots.com

When BYU started spring practice last month, it was doing so with an eye on a new look in 2019.
The Cougars, who lost to Stanford in the NCAA Division I Championship semifinals, lost five seniors, not the least of which were star outside hitter Roni Perry Jones and setter Lyndie Haddock-Eppich.
But unflappable coach Heather Olmstead said her team — which finished 31-2 in 2018 — was excited to get back on the court.

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