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Mountain West Conference Men Basketball

  2011-2012    Other Seasons    2013-2014  

MW: Season 2012-2013

MW Ranking
 1. N.Mexico 13-3(29-5) 
 2. Colorado St. 11-5(25-8) 
 3. UNLV (19) 10-6(25-9) 
 4. Boise St. 9-7(21-10) 
 5. San Diego St. (20) 9-7(22-10) 
 6. Air Force 8-8(17-13) 
 7. Fresno St. 5-11(11-19) 
 8. Wyoming 4-12(19-13) 
 9. Nevada 3-12(12-18) 

Points Per Game
 Michael LYONS
  Air Force
  (196-G-)
  Avg: 17.7
 1. Lyons, Air Force17.7 
 2. Drmic, Boise St.17.3 
 3. Story, Nevada16.7 
 4. Franklin, San D.16.7 
 5. Marks, Boise St.16.3 
 6. Burton, Nevada16.3 
 7. Bennett, UNLV16.1 
 8. Iverson, Colorado.14.7 
 9. Tapley, San D.13.5 
 10. Williams, N.Mexico13.5 
Rebounds Per Game
 Colton IVERSON
  Colorado.
  (208-F-89)
  Avg: 9.8
 1. Iverson, Colorado.9.8 
 2. Franklin, San D.9.5 
 3. Hornung, Colorado.9.1 
 4. Washington, Wyomi.8.5 
 5. Bennett, UNLV8.1 
 6. Kirk, N.Mexico7.9 
 7. Nance, Wyoming6.9 
 8. Watkins, Boise St.6.8 
 9. Foster, Fresno St.6.3 
 10. Moser, UNLV6.0 
Assists Per Game
 Anthony MARSHALL
  UNLV
  (190-G-91)
  Avg: 5.8
 1. Marshall, UNLV5.8 
 2. Williams, N.Mexico5.0 
 3. Marks, Boise St.3.9 
 4. Fletcher, Air Force3.7 
 5. Green, Colorado St.3.7 
 6. Burton, Nevada3.6 
 7. Franklin, San D.3.2 
 8. Snell, N.Mexico2.9 
 9. Tapley, San D.2.8 
 10. Gilmore, Wyoming2.8 
Steals Per Game
 Derrick MARKS
  Boise St.
  (190-G-)
  Avg: 1.8
 1. Marks, Boise St.1.8 
 2. Franklin, San D.1.5 
 3. Washington, Wyomi.1.4 
 4. Tapley, San D.1.4 
 5. Burton, Nevada1.4 
 6. Hawkins, UNLV1.4 
 7. Elorriaga, Boise S.1.3 
 8. Marshall, UNLV1.3 
 9. Greenwood, N.Mex.1.3 
 10. Huddleston, Fresn.1.3 
Blocks Per Game
 Khem BIRCH
  UNLV
  (205-F-92)
  Avg: 2.6
 1. Birch, UNLV2.6 
 2. Upshaw, Fresno St.1.8 
 3. Kirk, N.Mexico1.8 
 4. Washington, Wyomi.1.8 
 5. Spencer, San D.1.5 
 6. Bennett, UNLV1.3 
 7. Broekhuis, Air F.0.9 
 8. Franklin, San D.0.8 
 9. Burris, Nevada0.8 
 10. Elliott, Nevada0.7 


University of New Mexico wins the USA MW 2012-2013 title (Photo: MWC)

MW Women 2012-2013
Official Web Site

University of New Mexico 2012-13
Steve Alford Steve Alford Alford
Hugh Greenwood
Greenwood
Chad Adams
Adams
Kendall Williams
Williams
Tony Snell
Snell
Alex Kirk
Kirk
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
3  Greenwood Hugh 190 (6'3'') PG 92 Australia
4  Adams Chad 198 (6'6'') G/F 90 USA
10  Williams Kendall 193 (6'4'') G 91 USA
21  Snell Tony 201 (6'7'') G 91 USA
53  Kirk Alex 213 (7'0'') F/C 91 USA
13  Fenton Jamal 175 (5'9'') PG 91 Trinidad and Tobago USA
41  Bairstow Cameron 206 (6'9'') F 90 Australia
40  Walker Demetrius 188 (6'2'') G 90 USA
24  Alford Kory 193 (6'4'') G 92 USA
1  Thomas Cleveland 190 (6'3'') G USA
12  Williams Devon 201 (6'7'') F USA
23  Banyard Nick 203 (6'8'') F USA
2  Perez Chris 183 (6'0'') G 92 USA
 Scarborough Kelvin 186 (6'1'') G 65 USA
Head Coach: Steve Alford
Coach Assistant: Duane Broussard
Coach Assistant: Drew Adams


No. 15 New Mexico Takes Down UNLV to Win MW Tournament Championship, 63-56 - Mar 17, 2013

LAS VEGAS (AP) - Tony Snell (6'7''-G-91) scored 13 straight points for New Mexico during a second-half run, and the No. 15 Lobos pulled away late Saturday to beat UNLV 63-56 and add the Mountain West tournament title to their regular season crown.
Snell carried New Mexico (29-5) down the stretch, making three 3-pointers and adding a pair of field goals as the Lobos took over in the last 8 minutes of the game to win the conference title and the rubber game of the series between the teams this season.

Snell scored 21 points, but it was a streak beginning with a 3-pointer that put New Mexico up 49-45 with 8:11 left that sealed the game. Conference player of the year Kendall Williams (6'4''-G-91) capped it off with a turnaround dunk with 11 seconds left and posed before a delighted traveling contingent of thousands of Lobo fans.

Bryce Dejean-Jones kept UNLV in the game with a pair of late 3s, including one that drew UNLV within 56-53 with 2:18 left. But Snell came back down the court for a 3-pointer of his own, and the Lobos were never headed.

Snell had 21 points to lead New Mexico, while Williams added 12. Dejean-Jones led UNLV with 19 points, while Anthony Bennett (6'8''-F-93) had 15.

Bennett, UNLV's sensational freshman, scored 11 points - the entire UNLV total - before the first television timeout. But he was inconsistent after that, disappearing for long stretches and throwing up some wild 3-pointers that kept missing the mark.

UNLV (25-9) outrebounded New Mexico 41-29, but the Rebels shot only 34 percent from the field - including 9 of 31 3-pointers.

It was the second straight conference tournament title for the Lobos, who defeated San Diego State the day before to make the final. UNLV was playing on even shorter rest, after stopping Colorado State in a late night game Friday.

New Mexico used balanced scoring to rebound from a slow start and lead for most of the first half. The Lobos never led by more than six points, though, and a 3-pointer by Katin Reinhardt (6'5''-G-93) drew the Runnin' Rebels within 34-32 at halftime before an enthusiastic crowd of 18,500 that was equally divided between UNLV and New Mexico fans at UNLV's campus arena.

DeJean-Jones - who was scoreless in the first half - scored eight points within a two minute span in the second half to draw UNLV even at 44 with 12:41 remaining. But New Mexico came right back with a layup by Jamal Fenton, and the Lobos led the rest of the way.

Williams didn't have one of his strongest games, but his backcourt mate Snell more than made up for it. After scoring eight points in the first half and going scoreless for about 12 minutes of the second, Snell scored the next 13 points for New Mexico before Williams finished it off with a pair of free throws and his dunk.

Courtesy of Mountain West

MWC Tournament Final: UNLV - New Mexico 56-63
MWC Tournament Semifinals:
UNLV - Colorado State 75-65
New Mexico - San Diego State 60-50


All-MWC 1st Team 2012-2013
#s#
Kendall Williams
Williams
Michael Lyons
Lyons
Colton Iverson
Iverson
Jamaal Franklin
Franklin
Anthony Bennett
Bennett
#e#5

Player of the Year: Kendall Williams (6'4''-G-91) of N.Mexico
All-Tournament MVP: Tony Snell (6'7''-G-91) of N.Mexico
Defensive Player of the Year: Khem Birch (6'9''-F-92) of UNLV
Freshman of the Year: Anthony Bennett (6'8''-F-93) of UNLV
Newcomer of the Year: Colton Iverson (6'10''-F-89) of Colorado St.
Sixth Man of the Year: Daniel Bejarano (6'4''-G) of Colorado St.
Coach of the Year: Steve Alford of N.Mexico

1st Team
G: Michael Lyons (6'5'') of Air Force
F: Colton Iverson (6'10''-89) of Colorado St.
G: Kendall Williams (6'4''-91) of N.Mexico
G: Jamaal Franklin (6'5'') of San Diego St.
F: Anthony Bennett (6'8''-93) of UNLV

2nd Team
G/F: Anthony Drmic (6'6''-92) of Boise St.
G: Derrick Marks (6'3'') of Boise St.
PG: Dorian Green (6'2''-91) of Colorado St.
F/C: Alex Kirk (7'0''-91) of N.Mexico
G: Anthony Marshall (6'3''-91) of UNLV

3rd Team
F: Pierce Hornung (6'5''-91) of Colorado St.
PG: Deonte Burton (6'1''-91) of Nevada
G: Tony Snell (6'7''-91) of N.Mexico
G: Chase Tapley (6'3''-91) of San Diego St.
F: Leonard Washington (6'7''-88) of Wyoming

Honorable Mention
Wes Eikmeier (6'3''-G-89) of Colorado St.
Tyler Johnson (6'2''-PG-93) of Fresno St.
Malik Story (6'5''-G-90) of Nevada
Hugh Greenwood (6'3''-PG-92) of N.Mexico
Cameron Bairstow (6'9''-F-90) of N.Mexico
Khem Birch (6'9''-F-92) of UNLV

All-Defensive Team
Pierce Hornung (6'5''-F-91) of Colorado St.
Alex Kirk (7'0''-F/C-91) of N.Mexico
Khem Birch (6'9''-F-92) of UNLV
Anthony Marshall (6'3''-G-91) of UNLV
Leonard Washington (6'7''-F-88) of Wyoming

All-Tournament Team
Colton Iverson (6'10''-F-89) of Colorado St.
Anthony Bennett (6'8''-F-93) of UNLV
Katin Reinhardt (6'5''-G-93) of UNLV
Cameron Bairstow (6'9''-F-90) of N.Mexico
Tony Snell (6'7''-G-91) of N.Mexico


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