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 junior 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.
The San Diego Toreros host their intracity rivals, the San Diego State Aztecs, in a non-conference baseball game. The broadcast was produced by usdtoreros.com, and aired exclusively on TheW.tv on Tuesday, May 5, 2015.
Boise State’s Jordin Andrade and Emma Bates sweep the track athlete of the week honors while Air Force’s Grant Hamilton and San Jose State’s Nicole Iloanya earn field athlete of the week accolades for meets held May 1-3, 2015.
Former New Mexico women’s distance runner Sammy Silva signs a professional contract, the FWAA names UNLV one of its “Super 11” sports information departments, and San Diego State softball’s Erica Romero picks up the program’s single-season win record.
Nevada third baseman Bryce Greager has earned Mountain West Baseball Player of the Week, while Fresno State junior Jake Shull was named MW Baseball Pitcher of the Week for games played through Sunday, May 3, 2015.
MWN's Jesse Kurtz takes a look at the final round of the 2015 Mountain West Men's Golf Championship at Omni Tucson National in Tucson, AZ in which San Diego State won a team title and UNLV Senior, Kurt Kitayama claimed top individual honors.
New Mexico softball’s Mariah Rimmer receives a national award, the MountainWest has four automatic qualifiers head to the 2015 NCAA Men’s & Women’s Tennis Championships, and the 2015 women’s golf All-Conference teams are announced.
San Diego State’s Danny Sheehan is up for Shortstop of the Year, eleven Mountain West football players are inducted to the NFF Hampshire Honor Society, and four MW tennis teams will represent the Conference at the NCAA Tournament.
Academy great Dana (Pounds) Lyon is inducted to the Air Force Athletics Hall of Fame, several Mountain West women’s golfers are headed to the NCAA Regionals, and the MW announces the remainder of its football national television package for the 2015 season.
Colorado State women’s basketball’s AJ Newton receives a prestigious post-graduate scholarship, New Mexico’s Cullen Neal is granted a medical hardship, and two Mountain West baseball players are candidates for National Pitcher of the Year.
Forget those guys named Jameis and Marcus. See why the 2014 Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year, who threw for 4,006 yards and 32 touchdowns, could prove to be the best quarterback in the 2015 draft.
In this "GreenWorks Pro: Cut Above The Rest," Campus Insiders' Pete Fiutak previews the NFL Draft by ranking the top five Mountain West players your team should select, including Boise State's Jay Ajayi and Colorado State's Garrett Grayson.
Former SDSU standout Kawhi Leonard is named NBA Defensive Player of the Year, two MW football players make the watch list for the 2015 Lott IMPACT Trophy and Nevada's Trenton Brooks is honored as one of the top two-way players in college baseball
Throwback Thursday! Before Kawhi Leonard was NBA Defensive Player Of The Year, he was a double-double machine at San Diego State (forty of them to be exact). Enjoy this flashback of him dominating opponents in the Mountain West Conference.
This 6'0" junior running back who drinks pickle juice to avoid cramping racked up 1,823 yards and 28 touchdowns for the Broncos on his way to first-team All-Mountain West honors and a Fiesta Bowl title. See what makes this draft stud so special.
The 2015 NFL Draft is a week away and the draftees are getting pumped! Boise State's Jay Ajayi joins Shae Peppler to talk about his plans for the big day and how he stands apart from the other running backs in the draft.
Former Boise State back Jay Ajayi has lived all over the world, but where does he call home? What is his favorite food? Find out as Shae Peppler puts him to the test in a "Getting To Know You" round of questioning.
On the men’s side Nevada senior Moez Chargui and San Diego State junior Freddy Gelbrich were named Co-Player of the Year while New Mexico’s Bart Van Leijsen claims Freshman of the Year honors. Fresno State sweeps the women’s honors with Player of the Year going to Bulldog junior Sophie Watts and Freshman of the Year awarded to Maiar Sherif Ahmed.