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Boise State is the first program in conference history to win four-straight Mountain West Tournament Championships: 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
Will they win it again in 2021?
Despite the fact the Bulldogs cruised to the MWC Regular Season Championship (25-7, 16-2), they likely would have missed out on an NCAA Tournament berth, due to a controversial 80-76 OT loss to Boise St. in the MWC Tournament Championship Game.
Is Fresno St., led by identical twin sisters Hanna & Haley Cavinder (Gilbert, AZ), the squad most likely to knock off Boise St. and go dancing in 2021?
Last year, Head Coach Jamie Craighead led San Jose State to the Nation's largest turnaround, going 19-12 overall and 12-6 in Conference, after only winning 6 total games in 2018-19.
Will San Jose State take the next step and challenge Boise State and Fresno State for the MWC Championship this season?
Never count out any squad that features the reigning MWC Newcomer Of The Year, Ayzhiana Basallo
Wyoming could be this year's sleeper pick to win the MWC, after winning 17 games and going 12-6 in Conference play last year, under first year Head Coach Gerald Mattison.
They've added some solid international players in Marta Savic (Croatia) & Ola Ustowska (Poland), who won championships in their respective countries and should contribute immediately.
Keep an eye on Lexi Bull (USA Today 2019 All-Idaho Team) and Landri Hudson - the top Shooting Guard from Colorado in 5A.
Wyoming will be a fun team to to watch and I expect them to be right in the thick of the MWC championship picture this season
Sophia Ramos (2) had a career year for San Diego State averaging 14.3 points while leading the Aztecs in rebounds, assists, free throw percentage, and steals.
Sophmore guard Mallory Adams aka 'The Double Double Machine' suffered a season ending injury early last year (4th game of the season), her return in 2020-21 should provide a huge boost to an Aztec team that finished last season with a 14-17 record and went 9-9 in MWC play
Sophmore Corina Carter was the 16th best Point Guard and 64th player overall by ESPNW coming out of High School in 2019.
She has incredible vision that allows her to see the entire court and make the type of passes to her teammates that you rarely see in men's or women's college hoops.
Junior guard Ahlise Hurst is one of the best pure shooters in the Mountain West, and gives the Lobos the ability to compete with anyone in the conference, when she's knockin' down threes
San Jose State had their highest home average attendance in more than two decades in 2019-20 and ranked #23 in all of NCAA Women's Basketball for largest attendace increase
One of only two teams in the country to have three players average at least 15 points per game along with Oregon (Ionescu, Hebard, Sabally)