Fresno State junior outfielder Kierra Willis became the first Bulldog to be named Mountain West Player of the Year after earning the award Tuesday, May 17, 2016. Willis led the conference in runs scored (40), on-base percentage (.574) and walks (20).
Fresno State junior outfielder Kierra Willis became the first Bulldog to be named Mountain West Player of the Year after earning the award Tuesday, May 17, 2016. Willis led the conference in runs scored (40), on-base percentage (.574) and walks (20). ERIC PAUL ZAMORA FRESNO BEE FILE
Fresno State junior outfielder Kierra Willis became the first Bulldog to be named Mountain West Player of the Year after earning the award Tuesday, May 17, 2016. Willis led the conference in runs scored (40), on-base percentage (.574) and walks (20). ERIC PAUL ZAMORA FRESNO BEE FILE

Fresno State takes top honors on All-Mountain West softball team

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