CSU Women’s Basketball Coach Named Mountain West Coach of the Year
For the first time in more than 10-years, the Colorado State University women’s basketball team are number-one in the Mountain West Conference. Their coach, Ryun Williams, has been named the MW coach of the year.
Williams led the lady Rams to a 23-6 regular-season record and CSU’s first MW title in 12 years. The team also had six all-Mountain West honorees for 10 different awards. (Including; Co-Freshman of the Year, All-Freshman team, All-Defensive Team, Second-Team All-Mountain West, and Sixth Player of the Year.)
Not too shabby for a team that finished 11-19 last year. Congrats to Williams and all of the players on a stellar season.
Today the Rams were honored with a school-record 10 MW awards. Not bad for a team predicted to finish 7th in MW! pic.twitter.com/uZ5p5UVfmQ
— CSU Women’s BBall (@CSUWomensBball) March 9, 2014
Good news, the rams did beat Utah State today, 72-67. Now, it’s on to the semifinals!
FINAL: CSU 72, Utah State 67. Rams move on to semifinals of @MW_WHoops tournament Friday. Ryder w/23, Martin 15, Newton 11, Nystrom 10.
— CSU Women’s BBall (@CSUWomensBball) March 11, 2014