BYU star Shaylee Gonzales, recovered from knee injury, talks about perseverance

Shaylee Gonzales was on top of the world after her freshman season in 2019 at BYU, until she tore an ACL. She used the next year to recover and become a social media star, and she’s back on the basketball court. (Photo by Cody Glenn/Getty Images)

(Audio by Michael Baribault/Cronkite News)

Shaylee Gonzales was on top of the world after her freshman season in 2019 at BYU – but then she tore an ACL. She used the next year to recover, become a social media star, and now she’s back on the court. In this episode of Cronkite Sports in Focus, we look at what’s behind Gonzales’ perseverance.


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Michael Baribault MY-kel BEar-re-bawlt
Sports Reporter, Phoenix

Michael Baribault expects to graduate in May 2022 with a bachelor’s degree in sports journalism. Baribault, who has interned with Arizona PBS and provided play-by-play broadcasting for the Healdsburg Prune Packers, a collegiate summer baseball team, is working for the Phoenix sports bureau.

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