Fresno State’s Toni Smith, right, and the rest of the Bulldogs are looking to get past their loss last week to Colorado State in the Mountain West Tournament championship starting with Friday’s opening-round game of the WNIT against Santa Clara at Save Mart Center. “We can compete with these teams and we can go far in this tournament,” Smith said.
Fresno State’s Toni Smith, right, and the rest of the Bulldogs are looking to get past their loss last week to Colorado State in the Mountain West Tournament championship starting with Friday’s opening-round game of the WNIT against Santa Clara at Save Mart Center. “We can compete with these teams and we can go far in this tournament,” Smith said. David Becker AP
Fresno State’s Toni Smith, right, and the rest of the Bulldogs are looking to get past their loss last week to Colorado State in the Mountain West Tournament championship starting with Friday’s opening-round game of the WNIT against Santa Clara at Save Mart Center. “We can compete with these teams and we can go far in this tournament,” Smith said. David Becker AP

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