By Scott Nulph

Cowgirls face tough final week of regular season

UW plays at SDSU to start stretch of 3 games in 7 days


February 24, 2016

Hugh Carey/WyoSports

Wyoming Forward Natalie Baker drives toward the basket while being guarded by Colorado State forward Amanda Kantzy during the game at the Arena-Auditorium on Saturday, Feb. 20, 2016 in Laramie.

LARAMIE - There isn't a single person involved with the University of Wyoming women's basketball program that will forget Dec. 30 and the ramifications of that night at home against San Diego State.

Late in the third quarter, Cowgirls senior Jordan Kelley went down with a knee injury that turned out to be a season-ending anterior cruciate ligament tear. Kelley's time with the Cowgirls was over, and going along with her was any realistic chances of UW competing for a conference title.

Wyoming (12-13 overall, 5-10 MW) lost 84-77 that night to the Aztecs and has gone 5-9 since.

But what Cowgir...

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