BYU men's volleyball announces four signings, including Provo's Patch
BYU volleyball • Provo's Patch to join Cougars.
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The three-time national champion BYU men's volleyball team announced Friday four recruits that will be joining the team in the fall of 2012 for the 2013 season.

Bennett Bird (outside hitter, San Diego); Evan Chang (libero, San Francisco); Joseph Grosh (middle blocker, Danville, Calif.); Benjamin Patch (outside/opposite, Provo).

"We are very pleased to continue the tradition of attracting high-quality individuals to our program. The young men that have committed to BYU are of outstanding character, they are dedicated academically, and are volleyball players who are willing to work hard to become great," BYU coach Chris McGown said. "We are excited for their future and ours, and we think they'll be able to make great contributions in our mission to win championships."