Huge welp. This is a day old, but worth highlighting. Williams wasn’t just a stud for Wyoming, but figured to be one of the faces of Mountain West basketball moving forward. The transfer portal can certainly help mid-major programs in various sports, but man these ones hurt. I hope this isn’t the beginning of mid-majors becoming feeder systems for major conferences.
Hawaii is asking its fanbase for help financially, in need of $6 million for the prep required to play football games on campus at the Clarence T.C. Ching Complex. Aloha Stadium was shutdown back in January. Hawaii’s eventful off-season continues.
While it does feel like we’re nearing the end of the pandemic, it’s not completely over just yet. Hawaii will now resume practice after having to quarantine for 10 days. Spring practice will now conclude on April 29.
UNLV Volleyball advances!
WATCH: Here's the final point of #UNLVvball's @NCAAVolleyball First Round win over Illinois State‼️— UNLV Volleyball (@UNLVvball) April 15, 2021
➡️ @erinmarieee17 gets the kill off the over pass from @Marienahayden's serve.
➡️ Rebels play No. 2 Kentucky Thursday in Omaha#BEaREBEL | #MWVB | #NCAAVB pic.twitter.com/9zHqclsVuT
The transfer portal is about to become even more crowded
The one-time transfer rule for athletes in all sports has been approved by the NCAA's Division Council, source tells @TheAthletic. Athletes in all sports will be able to transfer once and be immediately eligible.— Nicole Auerbach (@NicoleAuerbach) April 14, 2021
(This isn't official until end of Thursday's meeting.)
Well done, Mountain West student-athletes
-Athletes— Mountain West (@MountainWest) April 14, 2021
1️⃣8️⃣ #MWFB student-athletes were named to the @NFFNetwork Hampshire Honor Society!
The MW had the most of the G5 and more than the Big 12 and the Pac-12!#AtThePeak pic.twitter.com/7lGySONsY3
On The Horizon:
Today: Falcon Positional Unit: Previewing the Running Backs