LAS VEGAS — The Boise State women's basketball team are Mountain West Champions for the third year in a row thanks to a big night in Las Vegas.

This is the Broncos' (29-4) fourth conference title in the last five years.

The last time the Broncos lost a Mountain West Conference game? 

Exactly 1,100 days ago against Wyoming (61-56).

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Junior Braydey Hodgins followed her record-setting performance against Nevada in the quarterfinals with another standout game.

Hodgins was perfect from the floor all night, scoring a team-high 16 points against the Cowgirls.

A'Shanti Coleman added eight rebounds in the 68-51 win at Thomas and Mack Arena at UNLV.

As a team, the Broncos shot 50% from the field and were a perfect 8-8 from the free throw line.

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Hodgins was named the tournament's MVP.

Senior Marta Hermida was also named to the Mountain West All-Tournament team.

This is only the second time in Mountain West Conference history that a team has won three consecutive championships.

The Broncos will know their first-round opponent when brackets are announced Monday, March 18 on ESPN.