Fresno State’s Paul Watson soars over the New Mexico defense during the first half of a 2014 Mountain West Conference Tournament quarterfinal in Las Vegas. Teams will have to finish in the top eight of the regular season to qualify for the men’s and women’s tournaments beginning in 2017.
Fresno State’s Paul Watson soars over the New Mexico defense during the first half of a 2014 Mountain West Conference Tournament quarterfinal in Las Vegas. Teams will have to finish in the top eight of the regular season to qualify for the men’s and women’s tournaments beginning in 2017. ISAAC BREKKEN ASSOCIATED PRESS
Fresno State’s Paul Watson soars over the New Mexico defense during the first half of a 2014 Mountain West Conference Tournament quarterfinal in Las Vegas. Teams will have to finish in the top eight of the regular season to qualify for the men’s and women’s tournaments beginning in 2017. ISAAC BREKKEN ASSOCIATED PRESS

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