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.
San José State’s Nicole Schultz has been named Mountain West Softball Player of the Week, while Fresno State’s Jill Compton earned the MW Pitcher of Week honors for games held April 13-19. It is the first MW weekly accolade of Schultz’ career. Compton earns her fifth weekly honor this season, third consecutive, and eighth of her career.
MWN's Jesse Kurtz takes a look at the first round of the 2015 Mountain West Women's Golf Championship at Mission Hills C.C. in Rancho Mirage, CA which included a record-tying performance by a San Diego State freshman
Boise State women’s volleyball has a student-athlete selected for the US Collegiate National Team program, the Broncos men’s tennis head coach Greg Patton receives a major award, and the 2015 Mountain West Men’s & Women’s Tennis Championship brackets are released.
Nevada outfielder Kewby Meyer has earned Mountain West Baseball Player of the Week, while New Mexico junior Toller Boardman was named MW Baseball Pitcher of the Week for games played through Sunday, April 19, 2015. It is the first MW weekly honor for both student-athletes.
MWN's Jesse Kurtz chats with New Mexico Women's Golf Coach Jill Trujillo about her expectations for the 2015 MW Women's Golf Championship at Mission Hills C.C. in Rancho Mirage, CA which begins on April 20th
Anthony Drmic is granted a fifth year of eligibility, the Mountain West is sponsoring a basketball tournament in the Cayman Islands, and New Mexico golfer Gavin Green is a semifinalist for a major award.
It's a foregone conclusion that Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota will be picked early in the 2015 NFL Draft, but what quarterbacks are waiting in the wings? Campus Insiders' Pete Fiutak breaks down which QBs are next in line after the two Heisman winners have been snapped up.
The University of Wyoming is upgrading its athletics center, Utah State men’s tennis sets a program record, UNLV’s swimming and diving coach retires, and Air Force women’s basketball has a new head coach.
New Mexico sophomore Hayden Sabatka has been named Mountain West Men’s Tennis Player of the Week, while Wyoming senior Silviya Zhelyazkova earned MW Women’s Tennis Player of the Week honors for matches played April 8-14. It is the second career MW weekly accolade for Sabatka and first for Zhelyazkova.
A former NFL Super Bowl MVP visits Colorado State Spring Football practice, New Mexico leads the Mountain West in the DI Learfield Sports Directors' Cup & two Nevada baseball players are honored on a national list.
Nevada women’s golf wins its first team title in eight years, Boise State’s Genevieve Ling wins the Cowgirl Classic, three Mountain West women’s basketball players receive All-Aemrica honorable mention, and Colorado State’s JJ Avila is selected to play in the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament.
With a new leader, comes a new standard. For the Colorado State Rams football team that standard is an improvement to their level of physicality. It's a mindset and a reachable goal to become the hardest hitting and most mentally tough team in the nation. The process begins now.
Fresno State distance runner Annemarie Schwanz breaks a long-standing school record, Nevada softball’s Karley Hopkins sets the Wolf Pack doubles record, and San Diego State men’s golfer Gunn Yang is called the Top Amateur entering the 2015 Masters.
Becky Hammon is inducted to the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame, NFL.com ranks Boise State’s Jay Ajayi as a top NFL draft prospect, and Nevada baseball turns its first triple play in Peccole Park history.
After a thrilling 2014 campaign, the Colorado State Rams have found their faith again. Renewed and ready to establish dominance in 2015, Colorado State has taken to the field and "The Grind" is upon us yet again.
The Mountain West/Missouri Valley Challenge Series is renewed, Utah State softball coach Steve Johnson receives a contract extension, and Fresno State softball’s Brenna Moss is drafted to the Chicago Bandits.
Tim Duryea is the announced as Utah State’s new men’s basketball head coach, Yvonne Sanchez agrees to a 4-year extension at New Mexico and San Diego State softball’s Lorena Bauer sets a program and Mountain West record.
UNLV women’s golfer Dana Finkelstein is featured on the latest ANNIKA Award watch list, the NABC releases its DI All-District teams, and Nevada hurdler Fiyin Olusola qualifies for the USATF Junior Outdoor Championships.
The University of Hawaii announces a new Athletic Director, Eric Musselman is confirmed by the Nevada Board of Regents as Wolf Pack basketball’s new head coach, and four Mountain West institutions are listed in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Top-80.
Eric Musselman is selected as Nevada’s head men’s basketball coach, the Boise State women’s outdoor track and field team is ranked in the NCAA preseason standings, and three All-Mountain West women’s basketball players receive All-Region honors.
Colorado State’s Garrett Grayson receives national attention for his Pro Day workout, CSU’s new on-campus stadium has secured funding for construction, and the UNLV and San Diego State women’s golf teams continue to be ranked in the nation’s Top-25.
The Saint Mary's Gaels host the Fresno State in the second round of the WNIT at McKeon Pavilion in Saint Mary's. This game was produced by smcgaels.com, and originally aired on TheW.tv on Monday, March 23, 2015.
San Diego State softball’s Lorena Bauer is the program’s new all-time home run leader, Colorado State men’s golfer Max Oelfke earns medalist honors at the Bob Writz Invitational, and the Fresno State women’s golf team sets a pair of program records.
New Mexico men’s cross country and track & field program rank 10th in the Program of the Year standings, San Diego State and Wyoming play in the second round of the NCAA tournament on Mar. 20, and the UNM women’s basketball team tops North Dakota in Game 1 of the WBI.
UNLV men’s golf breaks a program record, Fresno State’s Taylor Ward and UNLV’s Erik VanMeetren are on the Johnny Bench Award watch list, and former Bulldog football star Davante Adams is turning heads for his Instagram slam-dunk.
Boise State's Pro Day is Wednesday so to help the NFL Scouts, we here at Campus Insiders thought we'd show the so called experts what to expect when Boise State's pickle juice drinking running back takes the field.
Four Mountain West women’s basketball teams will be playing in national post-season tournaments, Colorado State announces its new Director of Athletics, and three MW men’s golfers are on national award watch lists.
Wyoming, San Diego State & Boise State are headed to the NCAA Tournament, Nevada earns its first Mountain West SAAC Community Service Award, and three New Mexico track & field athletes score in the national meet.