Fresno State went on a stunning 23-point run to take a 22-point second-half lead — and had to hold on to win.
Something about the Mountain West tournament brings out the best in New Mexico junior guard Tony Snell.
NEW YORK — There was so much to reflect on just minutes after the last championship game of the Big East tournament as we know it.
In a town where nothing is ever certain, one thing was a stone cold lock Saturday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena — an alumnus of Bishop Gorman High School was leaving with a strand of net from the Pacific 12 Conference tournament championship game.
Top-seeded New Mexico used a big run to pull away from fourth-seeded San Diego State and advance to the Mountain West tournament championship game with a 60-50 victory in the first semifinal game on Friday night at the Thomas & Mack Center.
Pop quiz, Hotshot. Since 2008, which school has played in the most Western Athletic Conference tournament championship games?
I’m not so sure it’s this simple, but for all the weirdness of this college basketball season, it just might be: My esteemed colleague, fellow Review-Journal columnist Ron Kantowski, viewed Katin Reinhardt’s recent shooting slump in the most basic of terms.
Entering the Pacific 12 Conference tournament semifinal Friday against UCLA, all Arizona talked about was not letting Bruins point guard Larry Drew II beat them like he had earlier this season.
Wyoming appeared headed for another big comeback victory Friday.