Press Information

BYU Men's Soccer Policies

 
Interviews

In-person and telephone interviews with players and coaches can be scheduled through head coach Brandon Gilliam. Interview requests must be made at least 24 hours in advance unless it is breaking news. A coach and several players will also be made available for quick interviews after each game.

 
Media Services

If you would like to be on the mailing list for press releases, please contact Brandon Gilliam at: bgilliam@worldsportspartners.com with your name, media affiliation (if applicable) and contact email address.

 
Credential Requests

Requests for press, broadcast and photo credentials for home events should be directed to:

Brandon Gilliam
Phone: (801)735-7756
 
Reporters representing papers with daily or next-day editions, national magazines, wire services, live television and radio broadcasts and television and radio stations covering for nightly news shall be given priority. Spouses, dates, non-workers and children are not allowed in the working media areas.
 
Photography

Credentials will be issued only to accredited photographers and TV reporters/camera operators on assignment from their media outlet. Photographers can obtain rosters and information regarding where they can shoot during the event from the media relations staff on site.

 
Parking

Parking is free to media. No parking pass is required unless the event begins before 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Please contact the Athletic Media Relations office to obtain a parking pass for an afternoon event. Parking is available in the lots to the north and northwest of the Smith Fieldhouse.

 

Media Credentials

 
Credential Requests

Requests for press, broadcast and photo credentials for home events should be directed to:

Michelle Wood
Phone: (435)-680-8028
Email: miachelle7@gmail.com
 
During the regular season, credentialed media will be included on a pass list at the pass gate, located at the northwest gate of South Field. Reporters representing papers with daily or next-day editions, national magazines, wire services, live television and radio broadcasts and television and radio stations covering for nightly news shall be given priority. Spouses, dates, non-workers and children are not allowed in the working media areas during the match.
 
Photography

Credentials will be issued only to accredited photographers and TV reporters/camera operators on assignment from their media outlet. Photographers can obtain rosters and information regarding where they can shoot during the event from the media relations staff on site.