Boise State guards Anthony Drmic and Derrick Marks were named second-team All-Mountain West on Monday following sophomore seasons in which both finished in the top four among all league scorers.
Drmic averaged 18.8 points in Mountain West play, while Marks averaged 16.5, which was No. 4.
"It's pretty amazing that you've got two sophomores doing what they've done," said Boise State coach Leon Rice, whose team plays San Diego State on Wednesday in Las Vegas.
New Mexico guard Kendall Williams was named player of the year, while Lobos coach Steve Alford was named coach of the year after his team finished two games ahead of anyone else in the league.
Also honored were UNLV forwards Khem Birch (defensive player of the year) and Anthony Bennett (freshman of the year), Colorado State center Colton Iverson (newcomer of the year) and guard Daniel Bejarano (sixth man of the year).
On the women's side, Boise State's Lauren Lenhardt was named second-team all-conference after averaging 16.9 points per game and 6.6 rebounds per game in league games. Bronco guard Brandi Henton, a sophomore who transferred from Yakima Valley Community College, was named newcomer of the year. She averaged 12.1 points per con-ference game.