Cowgirls open MW Tournament tonight/Ike and Maldonado named All-MW

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(University of Wyoming photo)

March 7, 2022 — The Wyoming Cowgirl basketball team opens their defense of the 2021 Mountain West Tournament Title tonight in Las Vegas. They will meet rival Colorado State in their opening game to make matters even more interesting. CSU defeated San Jose State Monday night, 82-43, to advance to tonight’s quarterfinal contest.

Tonight’s game will be broadcast on WyoRadio’s 1360/103.5 KRKK and 1360KRKK.com.

Wyoming (No. 3 seed) and Colorado State (No. 6 seed) split their two games this season, with both contests won by the home team.

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Maldonado and Ike were named to All-Mountain West Team.

The media that cover the Mountain West Conference announced their All-Conference teams on Monday. Wyoming’s Graham Ike and Hunter Maldonado were both named to the First-Team, the only teammates to appear on the First Team.

Ike finished the season averaging 19.9 points per game for second in the conference and No. 21 in the nation. He added 9.6 rebounds per game for the season to rank second in the conference and No. 20 in the nation.

Maldonado finished the regular season averaging 18.7 points per game to rank fifth in the conference. He ranked second in the conference and ranked fifth in the nation with 6.4 assists per game. He also added 5.8 rebounds per night.

He recorded six double-doubles on the season and recorded one triple-double becoming just the third Cowboy in school history to accomplish the feat.

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2021-22 All-Mountain West Team – Media selections

• ALL-MW FIRST TEAM • 
F David Roddy, Jr., Colorado State (161 points)
C Orlando Robinson, Jr., Fresno State (132)
G Bryce Hamilton, Sr., UNLV (131)
F Graham Ike, So., Wyoming (131)
G hunter Maldonado, Sr., Wyoming (128)

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: David Roddy, Colorado State (8) 
COACH OF THE YEAR: Leon Rice, Boise State (8)