Mountain West Women's Basketball Weekly Release

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The Mountain West Network powered by Campus Insiders will live stream all 10 MW women’s basketball games in this final week of the regular season.

Colorado State won its first Mountain West regular season title since 2001-02 and is currently 14-2 heading into the last week of the regular season. Fresno State is currently in second at 12-5 and can secure the #2 seed with a win over San José State on Friday. The Bulldogs hold tiebreaks over Boise State and Nevada which are tied for third at 11-5. The two teams face each other on Tuesday. The MW’s 11 teams will play 18 intra-league games to determine a regular-season champion and seeding for the 2014 Reese’s Mountain West Women’s Basketball Championship, March 10-15, at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas.

Colorado State (22-5) has won 17 of its last 20 games, making for the program’s biggest one-year turnaround and its best record at this point of the season in 15 years. The Rams host the second installment of the Border War with Wyoming on Friday night at 7 p.m. MT in the season finale.

Utah State senior Jennifer Schlott became the first MW player to score over 400 points in Conference play and 700 overall in a single season last week. Schlott currently has 458 in MW action and 731 for the full season.

Utah State senior Jennifer Schlott has been named a finalist for the Nancy Lieberman Award. The award honors the top point guard in the nation and is presented by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Schlott leads the Mountain West with 25.5 points and 6.0 assists per game.

Fresno State senior Bree Farley has the potential to become the Bulldogs’ second player to reach 1,000-career points this season. Farley currently has 973 with one regular season game and a minimum of one postseason game to go.

You weren’t seeing things on Saturday, March 1 at the Air Force-UNLV game. The teams took on standing up to bullying by wearing mis-matched socks as UNLV became the first collegiate team to participate in the Misfit MARCH Madness program.

Utah State guard Jennifer Schlott and Colorado State guard Caitlyn Duffy were named to the Capital One® Academic All-District team on Jan. 30. Schlott, representing District VIII, is a senior marketing major carrying a 3.48 grade point average, while Duffy, on the District VII squad, is a sophomore biological science major with a 3.72 gpa.