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MW Ranking
 1. Boise St. 14-4(20-9) 
 2. UNLV 14-4(19-10) 
 3. Wyoming 13-5(20-9) 
 4. Colorado St. 11-7(19-10) 
 5. Fresno St. 11-7(16-13) 
 6. N.Mexico 10-8(22-9) 
 7. Nevada 7-11(14-15) 
 8. San Diego St. 5-13(11-18) 
 9. Utah St. 5-13(7-22) 
 10. Air Force 5-13(7-24) 
 11. San Jose St. 4-14(7-22) 

MW Men 2017-2018
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Points Per Game
  Avg: 26
 1. Gustafson, Iowa26.0 
 2. Mitchell, Ohio St.24.2 
 3. Flaherty, Michigan23.1 
 4. Wilson, S.Carolina22.8 
 5. Carter, Texas A&M22.4 
 6. Goodwin, Oklahoma.20.9 
 7. Buss, Indiana20.4 
 8. Brown, Duke20.3 
 9. Laksa, S.Florida20.2 
 10. Bell, Minnesota20.2 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 13.4
 1. McCowan, Mississi.13.4 
 2. Gustafson, Iowa12.7 
 3. Howard, Texas A&M12.1 
 4. Kunaiyi-A., Northwes.12.1 
 5. Wilson, S.Carolina11.6 
 6. Mavunga, Ohio St.10.9 
 7. Jensen, Oklahoma.10.8 
 8. Brown, Baylor10.1 
 9. Jespersen, S.Flo.9.9 
 10. Hines-Allen, Louis.9.8 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 9.9
 1. Mangakahia, Syrac.9.9 
 2. Ionescu, Oregon7.8 
 3. Canada, UCLA6.9 
 4. Goth, Kansas St.6.8 
 5. Bell, Minnesota6.8 
 6. Doyle, Iowa6.6 
 7. Leonard, Colorado6.4 
 8. Harris, S.Carolina6.4 
 9. Flores, S.Florida6.3 
 10. Alix, Florida St.6.2 
Steals Per Game
 Lexie BROWN
  Avg: 3.6
 1. Brown, Duke3.6 
 2. Goodwin, Oklahoma.3.5 
 3. Hicks, Virginia Tech3.2 
 4. Canada, UCLA3.2 
 5. Moore, USC2.9 
 6. Atkins, Texas2.7 
 7. Carter, Penn St.2.6 
 8. Mangakahia, Syrac.2.6 
 9. Bell, Minnesota2.6 
 10. Williams, Connecticut2.6 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 3.3
 1. Wilson, S.Carolina3.3 
 2. Cain, Nebraska3.2 
 3. Harris, Purdue3.1 
 4. Robinson, Georgia3.1 
 5. Gulich, Oregon St.3.0 
 6. Cox, Baylor2.7 
 7. Taylor, Mississippi2.6 
 8. Mavunga, Ohio St.2.5 
 9. Pierre-Louis, Oklah.2.5 
 10. Wittinger, Illinois2.4 

Boise State University wins the USA MW 2017-2018 title

Boise State University 2017-18
Gordy Presnell Gordy Presnell Presnell
Marta Hermida
Shalen Shaw
Ellie Woerner
Marijke Vanderschaaf
Leonie Edringer
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
20  Hermida Marta 180 (5'11'') G 97 Spain
2  Shaw Shalen 185 (6'1'') F 0 USA
33  Harrell Joyce 183 (6'0'') F 0 USA
11  Woerner Ellie 183 (6'0'') G 97 USA
21  Lupfer Riley 175 (5'9'') G 0 USA
14  Hodgins Braydey 173 (5'8'') G 0 USA
31  Vanderschaaf Marijke 190 (6'3'') C 0 USA
24  Edringer Leonie 185 (6'1'') F 95 Germany
22  Toth Emerald 185 (6'1'') F 0 USA
13  Vice-Neat Hailey 190 (6'3'') F 0 USA
15  Amundsen Tess 185 (6'1'') F 0 USA
54  Wheeler Brooke 190 (6'3'') C 0 USA
42  Coleman A'Shanti 188 (6'2'') F 0 USA
23  Christopher Jayde 173 (5'8'') G 0 USA
Head Coach: Gordy Presnell
Coach Assistant: Heather Sower
Coach Assistant: Cariann Ramirez
Coach Assistant: Cody Butler

Coleman's buzzer-beater sends Boise State dancing for third time in four years - Mar 10, 2018

tThe best feeling in the world.
Smiling ear-to-ear with a trophy and net in front of her, It was the only way Boise State sophomore A'Shanti Coleman could describe her emotions after darining the biggest basket of her career.
Marta Hermida (5'11''-G-97)'s short jumper from the right baseline clanked off the rim to teammate Shalen Shaw (6'1''-F), who tipped the ball to Coleman, who then banked in the game-winning buzzer beater to give Boise State a 62-60 come-from-behind victory over Nevada on Friday in the Mountain West women's championship game.
"I felt like it was a normal shot for me, kind of confident, because I knew I had enough time, but I didn't want to rush the shot and get it off," Coleman said. "I felt like when it came out of my hand it was going to go in."
It was Boise State's first lead since opening the game with a 3-pointer by the tournament's Most Outstanding Player Riley Lupfer (5'9''-G).
Lupfer led Boise State (23-9) with 19 points on 6-of-17 shooting, including 5-of-13 from 3-point range. Braydey Hodgins (5'8''-G) added 14, while Coleman and Shaw each had 10.
The top-seeded Broncos won their second straight and third Mountain West tournament title in four years, and get the league's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.
"I couldn't have done it without the team, every team over the years, because they're all different," said Shaw, who is one two seniors on the team and has been a part of all three championships. "It's been able to continue because ... the core people that were here last year and in the same position kind of knew what to bring to the table and knew what we expected. And we kind of relayed that to the new people."
Teige Zeller (6'2''-F) led seventh-seeded Nevada (17-16) with 14 points, while Jade Redmon (5'7''-G-95) had 11 and T Moe chipped in with 10. Sophomore guard Camariah King (5'6''-G) came off the bench to provide a huge spark for the Wolf Pack, as she did all week in the tournament, averaging 9.3 points in three games. King had nine points for Nevada
The Broncos erased a 10-point lead in the third quarter, and made their final run over the last two minutes of the game.
"We've done a great job this past two months handling adversity and being tough and never letting anything really escape us. We reeled it back in sometimes," Boise State Gordy Presnell said. "I think it says that people like (A'Shanti) over here step up and do what they're supposed to do and represent Boise State."
Tied at 60, Nevada took the first crack at a game-winner. But after Redmon's baseline jumper missed, the ball went out of bounds to Boise State, and the Broncos patiently set up their final sequence.
Clinging to a one-point lead early in the third quarter, Moe ignited an 11-2 run for the Wolf Pack, which opened a 46-36 lead with 6:02 left. At the other end, Boise State struggled beyond a five-point spurt from Hodgins, as the Broncos shot just 33.3 percent (4-of-12) from the floor. Nevada took a 46-43 lead into the final quarter.
"We had the lead most of the game, just couldn't quite hold on," Nevada coach Amanda Levens said. "I thought the offensive rebounding, especially in the fourth quarter, got us. They hurt us a little bit in transition in the fourth quarter. We needed to sprint back and play, I thought, a little bit better.
"And offensively, we missed some shots we've been making in the fourth quarter. Unfortunately, I thought Terae (Terae Briggs (6'3''-F) had a great look at a layup that just didn't go down. T Moe had a couple of looks that she's been making all week that just didn't go down."
Nevada opened the game red hot from the field, hitting 6 of its first 9 from the floor en route to an 18-13 lead after one. Behind the shooting touch of King, the Wolf Pack shot 50 percent from the field, hitting 7-of-14 in the first quarter. Nevada also outrebounded Boise State 10-5 over the first 10 minutes.
Boise State tried to keep pace from the 3-point stripe, but Lupfer was the only one who could connect. The Broncos were 3-of-9 from long range, with Lupfer draining all three.
After falling behind nine early in the second quarter, 24-15, the Broncos made a run of their own, scoring the game's next eight points to pull within one. The teams traded baskets until Boise State took a 31-29 lead behind a Marta Hermida 3-pointer. Nevada closed the half with four unanswered points and took a 33-31 lead into the locker room at halftime.

MWC Tournament Final:
Boise State - Nevada 62-60
MWC Tournament Semifinals:
Boise State - Colorado State 76-51
Nevada - Wyoming 67-63

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All-MWC Awards 2018 - Mar 10, 2018

All-MWC 1st Team 2018
Cherise Beynon
Liv Roberts
Candice White
Brooke Johnson
Marta Hermida

All-Tournament MVP: Riley Lupfer (5'9''-G) of Boise St.
Player of the Year: Liv Roberts (5'11''-G-95) of Wyoming
Defensive Player of the Year: Brooke Johnson (6'0''-G-96) of UNLV
Freshman of the Year: Kaelin Immel (5'9''-G) of Air Force
Newcomer of the Year: Tesha Buck (6'0''-G) of N.Mexico
Sixth Player of the Year: Marta Gomez (6'1''-F-97) of Wyoming
Coach of the Year: Joe Legerski of Wyoming

1st Team
G: Cherise Beynon (5'10''-G-95) of N.Mexico
G: Liv Roberts (5'11''-G-95) of Wyoming
G: Candice White (5'8''-G) of Fresno St.
G: Brooke Johnson (6'0''-G-96) of UNLV
G: Marta Hermida (5'11''-G-97) of Boise St.
G: Riley Lupfer (5'9''-G) of Boise St.
G: Hannah Tvrdy (5'10''-G) of Colorado St.
F: Teige Zeller (6'2''-F) of Nevada
C: Jaisa Nunn (6'3''-C-97) of N.Mexico
F/C: Katie Powell (6'4''-F/C-95) of UNLV

Honorable Mention
McKynzie Fort (5'9''-G) of San Diego St.
Myzhanique Ladd (5'10''-G) of San Jose St.
Nikki Wheatley (5'5''-G-95) of UNLV

All-Defensive Team
G: Hannah Tvrdy (5'10''-G) of Colorado St.
G: Cherise Beynon (5'10''-G-95) of N.Mexico
G: McKynzie Fort (5'9''-G) of San Diego St.
G: Brooke Johnson (6'0''-G-96) of UNLV
F/C: Katie Powell (6'4''-F/C-95) of UNLV
F: Bailee Cotton (6'2''-F-96) of Wyoming

All-Tournament Team
G: Riley Lupfer (5'9''-G) of Boise St.
F: Teige Zeller (6'2''-F) of Nevada
G: Terilyn Moe (5'8''-G) of Nevada
G: Braydey Hodgins (5'8''-G) of Boise St.
C: Jaisa Nunn (6'3''-C-97) of N.Mexico

All-Freshman Team
G: Kaelin Immel (5'9''-G) of Air Force
G: Emily Conroe (5'10''-G) of Air Force
G: Grace Colaivalu (5'7''-G) of Colorado St.
G: Aly Gamez (5'6''-G) of Fresno St.
F: Maddi Utti (5'10''-F) of Fresno St.
G: Naje Murray (5'6''-G) of San Diego St.


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