Wyoming's Larry Nance Jr. joins D'Angelo Russell in Los Angeles after being selected with the 27th overall pick. Find out what Campus Insiders' Jordan Cornette thinks of the former Cowboy's pro potential in this segment powered by Sling TV.
Larry Nance Sr. won the first ever dunk contest in 1984, so you can only imagine the advice he's given his son along the way. In this interview with Jordan Cornette, the former Wyoming Cowboy reveals the very best advice he ever received from his dad.
The Mountain West releases the schedules for the 2015-2016 Men’s and Women’s Basketball Conference Seasons, a former Boise State Track & Field standout sets a national record and UNLV Softball player helps capture gold overseas.
After being named Mountain West Freshman of the Year, Rashad Vaughn decided it was time to leave Las Vegas. Before his name gets called in the NBA Draft, take a look back at some of his top moments with the Runnin' Rebels.
The inaugural Tony Gwynn Classic is announced, the New Mexico men’s and women’s track & field and cross country programs are ranked in the USTFCCCA Program of the Year award standings, and the Lobos’ women’s tennis team gets a new head coach.
Air Force senior Joey Uhle and New Mexico senior Peter Callahan are the 2015 Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Co-Student-Athletes of the Year, while Utah State senior Chari Hawkins takes home the honor on the women’s side.
The inaugural Tony Gwynn Classic baseball tournament was announced this afternoon at Petco Park. The event, which will kick ofF next year's college baseball season, will debut Feb. 26-28 to honor the career and legacy of the late SDSU head coach and Padres Hall of Famer.
Former UNLV women’s golfer Dana Finkelstein captures her first professional victory, Colorado State WR Rashard Higgins is named a preseason first-team All-American by multiple publications, and eight MW Outdoor Trank & Field student-athletes earn first-team All-America recognition.
UNLV's Christian Wood came up big in his sophomore year with the Runnin' Rebels as he averaged 15.7 points and 10 rebounds. While he preps to take his career to the next level, take a look back on some of his top moments at UNLV.
Campus Insiders' Jordan Cornette sits down with Wyoming's Larry Nance Jr. to hear what words of wisdom his father - former NBA great Larry Nance - shared with him. Nance Jr. also talks about what he feels he can bring to a NBA team and breaks out his signature dance move.
With Wyoming's Larry Nance Jr. in the building, Campus Insiders' Jordan Cornette decides to put a twist on the hit TV show, "So You Think You Can Dance." Wait 'til you see what the NBA prospect's go-to dance move is.
In his final season as a Cowboy, Larry Nance Jr. helped lead Wyoming to a Mountain West Conference title and its first NCAA Tournament appearance since the 2001-02 season. As he prepares for the NBA, Campus Insiders' Jordan Cornette gives him a chance to play the role of a broadcaster. Watch as Nance Jr. breaks down his top dunks as a Cowboy.
Wyoming's Larry Nance Jr. can rebound, defend and score on the basketball court, but did you know he's pretty good at other games, too? Campus Insiders' Jordan Cornette puts the NBA prospect to the test with a game of Family Feud.
Fresno State’s Taylor Ward is picked in the first round of the 2015 MLB draft, five former Mountain West football players are named to the US National Team, and the USTFCCCA honors Chari Hawkins and Brian Bedard.
Campus Insiders' Seth Davis shares with host Ray Crawford his second-round NBA Draft sleepers who'll turn heads this year. Seth also weighs in on the pro potential of Kentucky's Andrew and Aaron Harrison.
New Mexico men’s golfer Gavin Green has been named a PING First-Team All-American, Utah State announces its new Director of Athletics, and Mountain West student athletes are gearing up for the 2015 MLB Draft.
Fresno State’s Taylor Tempel is a semifinalist for a national award, five Mountain West men’s golfers have been named to the PING All-West Region team, and 23 MW track & field athletes have qualified for the NCAA Outdoor National Championships.
Sometimes we can't pick just one. From an aerodynamic dunk to not one, but TWO acrobatic catches, the weekend was full of videos that had everyone at Campus Insiders cheering. Watch as Shae Peppler breaks down which videos we can't stop watching.
Air Force distance runner Rebecca Esselstein is the Academy’s top overall graduate, six MW institutions make the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Top-100, and a UNLV women’s golfer earns first-team All-America status.
San Diego State baseball earns the Mountain West’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament, UNLV women’s golf ties a program best finish at the NCAA Women’s Golf Championship, and eight MW track & field student-athletes are named first-team Academic All-District.
San Diego State tops Air Force 8-2 in Game 7 of the 2015 Mountain West Baseball Tournament and advances to face No. 1 seed Nevada in the second possible elimination game in the losers bracket Fri., May 22.
Boise State head coach Bryan Harsin joins Campus Insiders' Ray Crawford to talk about the backfield position battles, why Jay Ajayi is a great fit for the Dolphins, and whether or not he's still talking to Washington's Chris Petersen before their Week One matchup.
It's time to get a first look at the defending Mountain West and Fiesta Bowl champion Boise State Broncos. Seniors Shane Williams-Rhodes and Darian Thompson are ready to lead this team to a third conference title in four years.
A key component to Boise State's Mountain West and Fiesta Bowl championships was the defense. Get your first look at the dominating D that's looking to come out even stronger as the Broncos push for their third conference title in four years.
ESPN secures rights to televise the MW Football Championship Game, three former MW Men’s Basketball standouts compete at the NBA Scouting Combine & the first two champions of the 2015 MW Outdoor Track & Field Championships are crowned in San Diego.
Five Mountain West student-athletes have been honored as members of the Capital One, Academic All-District, At-Large Teams, The National Fastpitch Coaches Association has announced two Mountain West Players have made its All-Region, 1st teams and two Mountain West Catchers have been named as semifinalists for the Johnny Bench Award, given each year to the top catcher in college baseball.
San Diego State senior left fielder Lorena Bauer was named MW Player of the Year, while Fresno State junior right-handed pitcher Jill Compton earned Pitcher of the Year honors. Fresno State junior catcher Paige Gumz garnered Defensive Player of the Year accolades and San Diego State catcher Jenavee Peres was named Freshman of the Year. Fresno State head coach Trisha Ford captured MW Coach of the Year honors.
Two Mountain West softball teams qualify for of the NCAA Softball Championship, the UNLV women’s team golf finishes fourth in the St. George Regional to advance to the national tournament, and Nevada baseball is ranked No. 22 for the second week in a row.
Air Force football visits the White House, five Mountain West baseball and softball players are named Capital One First-Team Academic All-District, and Wyoming’s Larry Nance Jr. is invited to the NBA Draft Combine.
The Mountain West announced its 2014-15 Men’s Golf All-Conference team and individual awards today as selected by the 11 head coaches. New Mexico senior Gavin Green was selected as Mountain West Golfer of the Year, while John Oda of UNLV was named MW Freshman of the Year. MW Coach of the Year honors went to Ryan Donovan of San Diego State.