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.
Where is the world of college athletics headed? On Monday, April 20, four Big 12 Student-Athletes joined the conference in Washington, D.C. for the third ‘State of College Athletics’ Forum. The athletes participated on a panel entitled, "The Voice of those Impacted." Hear what they have to say after the panel concluded.
Well known for earning Defensive MVP honors during the 2013 National Championship win over Auburn, Florida State defensive back P.J. Williams made his mark throughout his career in Tallahassee. During his final season, Williams had 74 tackles, a sack and an interception, including an impressive 14-tackle performance in the Rose Bowl against eventual national championship runner-up, Oregon.
One player stood out on the Louisville defensive line this season, and it wasn't just because of his red dreadlocks. Lorenzo Mauldin was a terror on the edge all season long for the Cardinals and projects to transition to outside linebacker at the next level. During his senior season, Mauldin racked up 51 tackles and 6.5 sacks while earning First Team All-ACC honors and getting an invitation to the 2015 Senior Bowl.
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.
The San Diego Toreros host the San Francisco Dons in the third game of a three-game, West Coast Conference baseball series. The broadcast was produced by usdtoreros.com, and aired exclusively on TheW.tv on Sunday, April 19, 2015.
Yes, he is really that good. There's a reason Dante Fowler finished 2014 as a first team All-SEC selection and was voted team MVP. As this hype reel shows, the Florida Gator star was a quarterback's worst nightmare at the college level and can inflict the same pain in the NFL.
So maybe times have been tough in Gainesville, but there's still a lot of NFL Quality talent being produced in The Swamp. Campus Insiders' Pete Fiutak and Doug Chapman are drafting the eligible Gators for 2015 including Dante Fowler, D.J. Humphries, and Matt Jones.
Baylor quarterback Seth Russell has some big shoes to fill, replacing Bryce Petty under center in 2015. Campus Insiders Associate Editor Rich Cirminiello tells you what to expect from Petty's replacement this season.
A stud defensive line prospect, Florida State tackle Eddie Goldman possesses elite size at 6'4", 336 pounds. The former consensus 5-star prospect in high school, Goldman's success continued during his three-year tenure with the Seminoles. Goldman proved to be a disruptive force on the interior, recording 35 tackles and 4 sacks in just eleven games during his junior season.
Louisville's DeVante Parker battled through an injury that delayed his senior season as a Cardinal, but once he made his debut, there was no doubting the wide receiver's explosive playmaking ability. Parker averaged over seven catches and nearly 150 yards per game while scoring five touchdowns in just six contests. Parker projects as one of the top receivers in the 2015 NFL Draft
The 2014 rendition of the Miami Hurricanes featured a full complement of game-breaking offensive talents, including top receiving option, Phillip Dorsett. The speedster averaged nearly 25 yards per catch and caught ten touchdowns during his senior season in Coral Gables and posted impressive Pro Day numbers at Miami that has helped shoot him up draft boards all around the NFL.
So maybe his name isn't Gurley or Gordon, but don't discount the guy who's been leading the charge for the Hurricanes. As this hype reel proves, Duke Johnson can run, catch, block, and do everything necessary to excel at the top level.
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The San Diego Toreros host the San Francisco Dons in the second game of a three-game, West Coast Conference baseball series. The broadcast was produced by usdtoreros.com, and aired exclusively on TheW.tv on Saturday, April 18, 2015.
In the annual Virginia football spring game, the two quarterbacks battling for the starting position, Greyson Lambert and Matt Johns both threw TD passes. UNC transfer T.J. Thorpe made an immediate impact, with 58 receiving yards and a TD to go along with a 47-yard jet sweep to set up the first score of the game. The highlights of the game were provided by Virginia Athletics.
The Pat Narduzzi era is underway in Pittsburgh as the Panthers held their Blue-Gold Spring Game with NFL stars Larry Fitzgerald and Aaron Donald acting as team captains. QB Chad Voytik threw for 177 yards and 1 touchdown and led Fitzgerald's Blue Team past Donald's Gold Team 17-10. Tyler Boyd finished with six receptions and 112 yards and 2014 ACC Player of the Year James Connor added a rushing touchdown. This video was provided by Pittsburgh Athletics.
The Pepperdine Waves host the Saint Mary's Gaels in a West Coast Conference baseball match-up. The broadcast was produced by Campus Insiders, and aired exclusively on TheW.tv on Friday, April 17, 2015.
Amari Cooper and Kevin White are two of the top receivers prospects, but which one will be more successful at the next level? Our West Virginia Insider Geoff Coyle and Alabama Insider Chris Stewart debate which player should be first off the board in the NFL Draft.
NFL GMs love Alabama players. This much we know. But which eligible member from Nick Saban's team should be first off the board? Campus Insiders' Doug Chapman and pete Fiutak are drafting the Tide players including Landon Collins, TJ Yeldon, and Amari Cooper.