The Rams have won two straight and 11 of the last 16 matches against BYU. Against the Utes, CSU has won 11 of the last 17 matches.
Against UNLV on Sunday, Mekana Barnes tallied her first double-double of the season with 14 kills and a season-high 10 blocks. She now leads the Mountain West in blocks per set at 1.48. As a team, the Rams currently rank third in the nation at 3.05 blocks per set.
Colorado State finished the home portion of its schedule on Sunday with a three-set sweep over UNLV. The Rams have now posted perfect 14-0 records at home in each of the last two seasons.
In their last two matches, the Rams have held each of their opponents to a negative hitting percentage. Against San Diego State on Nov. 13, the Aztecs hit -.020, and on Nov. 16, UNLV hit a Rams opponent season-low -.043.
The Rams match at BYU will be shown live at C.B. & Potts and 10 percent of revenue (both food and drink) from the entire day of sales will go toward the CSU athletic scholarship fund.