Ten former players represent Mountain West schools on the Super Bowl 50 winning Broncos, Wyoming men’s basketball sets a single-game record for 3-pointers, and Colorado State women’s basketball is on an eight-game road win streak.
San Diego State held off New Mexico 78-71 in overtime to remain undefeated in Mountain West play. Jeremy Hemsley had a team-high 23 points in the victory and Winston Shepard added 15 as the Aztecs moved to 11-0 in conference play.
Colorado State forward Emmanuel Omogbo, who lost his parents in tragic fashion last month, had a big night against Nevada Saturday. Omogbo had five points and 19 rebounds in a 76-67 win over the Wolf Pack on a night when his parents were scheduled to be in attendance.
Colorado State's 14-5 run in the last minutes of the game propelled the Rams past the Wolf Pack. Antwan Scott puts up 23 points and Emmanuel Omogbo was a force below with 18 rebounds. Ray Crawford and Jordan Cornette have the call at Moby Arena.
Fresno State women’s tennis is playing in the ITA National Indoor Championships, Air Force football coach Troy Calhoun agrees to a contract extension and former Falcon quarterback Chris Beake heads to his second Super Bowl in three years as a defensive assistant for the Denver Broncos.
How do the recruiting classes shape up in the Mountain West? Who are the top new players to watch? Campus Insiders' Shae Peppler and Pete Fiutak evaluate the winners, losers, and top talent heading to the conference.
New Mexico's Tim Williams took over late against UNLV Tuesday. He scored 10 points in the final four minutes to pull away from a stingy Rebels team, 87-83. Watch the redshirt junior knock down a pair of big baskets on his way to a 29-point night.
Wyoming's Josh Adams seemingly came out of nowhere to throw down this missed three with just one hand in tonight's "Mountain West Dunk Of The Night." Adams finished with 20 points and eight rebounds vs. Air Force.
Mountain West basketball was filled with rim-rattling thunderous dunks on Saturday. In this "Keurig Rewind," check out the best slams of the day, including Wyoming's Josh Adams, Nevada's Cameron Oliver, UNLV's Ike Nwamu and New Mexico's Sam Logwood.
The 1998 national champion UNLV golf team is honored, former Colorado State standout Becky Hammon is the first female on the NBA All-Star coaching staff, and four Mountain West football players are set to play in the 2016 Reese’s Senior Bowl.
Louisville's Chinanu Onuaku and San Diego State's Skylar Spencer made changes to their respective free throw forms from last season and the adjustments have paid off. Campus Insiders' Shae Peppler shows us the differences and reacts to the players' percentage improvements in this edition of "The Feed brought to you by Cici's Pizza."
The Mountain West announces its Men’s & Women’s Tennis Players of the Week, six swimming and diving teams earn Scholar All-America Team Awards, and San Diego State men’s basketball ties a league record.
San Diego State guard Trey Kell ensured the win over Nevada with a late three and some terrific defense. In this "Keurig Rewind," Kell sinks the shot that put the Aztecs up 55-51, and on the ensuing play takes a charge to give them the ball back. Kell finished with 17 points and 10 rebounds in SDSU's 57-54 win over the Wolf Pack.
The Mountain West's top three basketball plays of the week feature a career night from New Mexico's Elijah Brown and huge alley-oop finishes from San Jose State's Brandon Clarke and San Diego State's Zylan Cheatham.
Saturday was full of high-flying dunks from across the country in college hoops. In this "Keurig Rewind," check out all the best dunks right here, including slams from LSU's Ben Simmons, Oregon's Elgin Cook and LMU's Adom Jacko.
San Diego State forward Zylan Cheatham slammed home the Mountain West dunk of the night in a 70-55 victory over Utah State Saturday. Watch the Aztecs freshman throw it down against the Aggies in this "Keurig Rewind."
New Mexico guard Elijah Brown, son of former NBA coach Mike Brown, tied his career-high 33 points against San Jose State in an 83-64 Lobos win Saturday. Watch the sophomore's all-around game on display against the Spartans in this "Keurig Rewind."
Seventeen Mountain west football players will participate in collegiate All-Star games this weekend, a Fresno State swimmer is given a major honor, and two former players from current MW institutions are starters NBA All-Star starters.
Derek Carr, Bobby Wagner and Doug Martin represent Mountain West institutions in this year’s NFL Pro-Bowl, three MW football players are named to the USA Today All-Bowl Team and a Fresno State assistant volleyball coach signs on with Team USA.
Colorado State forward Emmanuel Omogbo was on the court Wednesday night against Air Force, playing one day after a horrible family tragedy. In this "Keurig Rewind," listen to the game broadcasters recognize Omogbo's emotional strength.
Boise State guard James Webb III came up big Wednesday night, posting a game-high 24 points against San Jose State. In this "Keurig Rewind," watch as Webb shows off his dunking skills with two big slams to help lead the Broncos to a 94-69 victory over the Spartans.
The Mountain West announces its Men’s & Women’s Tennis Players of the Week, San Diego State’s Mark Martinez inks a new contract and former Boise State football player Andy Avalos is promoted to the Broncos’ Defensive Coordinator.
Check out San Diego State guard Trey Kell hitting a key 3 pointer in overtime in this "Keurig Rewind" to seal the win for the Aztecs over the Bulldogs. Kell led all scorers with 27 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists in San Diego State's 73-67 overtime victory.
The Mountain West announces its Swimming & Diving and Track & Field Athletes of the Week, and two former men’s basketball players from current MW institutions are named finalists for the 2016 Olympic Team.
Week 10 featured West Virginia toppling top-ranked Kansas, multiple nail biting finishes that came down to the wire, clutch shots, and rim-rattling dunks. To check out the best of the best, watch this video showcasing the week that was in college basketball.
San Diego State hung on to beat Boise State 56-53 Saturday as the Aztecs snapped the Broncos' 17-game home win streak. Malik Pope had a late dunk that proved to be the difference as Boise State was unable to answer in the final seconds.
Five Mountain West football players are set to play in the inaugural Tropic Bowl, a San Jose State women’s soccer player is selected to attend the U-19 Women’s National Team Camp, and San Diego State and Boise State hit the court Saturday for sole possession of first place in MW men’s basketball.
The Boise State Broncos and Nevada Wolf Pack should be programs on the rise in 2016, while the Air Force Falcons may be falling. Campus Insiders' managing editor Pete Fiutak previews the upcoming Mountain West football season.
Boise State and Nevada battled to the very end Wednesday night with the Broncos winning 74-67. The game was highlighted by dunks on both ends, including Nevada's Cameron Oliver and a ferocious one handed alleyoop from Boise State's James Webb III.
Boise State forward James Webb III finishes this alleyoop with authority as he rises up and slams it down with just one hand. Webb's 9 points leads all scorers as the Broncos lead Nevada at halftime 35-24.
New Mexico football head coach Bob Davie agrees to a contract extension, Fresno State softball’s Trisha Ford is named an assistant coach for the Women’s National Team, and Wyoming free safety Andrew Wingard is an FWAA Freshman All-American.
UNLV football great Randall Cunningham enters the College Football Hall of Fame, New Mexico is set to host the 2016 women’s tennis Mountain Regional and four MW football players accept invitations to the College Gridiron Showcase.
Mountain West football is well represented in the NFL playoffs, five MW men’s tennis teams are nationally ranked to enter 2016, and Colorado State’s Adrianna Culbert is named College Player of the year by Mile High Sports.