Sept. 24, 2001
LARAMIE, Wyo. -
Jarvis Wallum (Wyoming), Terrell Golden (New Mexico) and Larry Ned (San Diego State) were named Mountain West Conference Players of the Week following Week Four action. Ned was named Offensive Player of the Week, Golden takes Defensive honors and Wallum receives Special Teams recognition. Wallum earns the honor for the second time this season, while Ned and Golden are named for the first time in their careers.
MWC Special Teams Player of the Week
Jarvis Wallum, Wyoming, PK, Sophomore
Sophomore place kicker Jarvis Wallum accounted for a Mountain West Conference record 17 kicking points in Wyoming's 43-42 win over Utah State. He connected on five field goals to tie an MWC record, hitting from 46, 36, 31, 29 and 33 yards. Through three games Wallum has converted on 11-of-12 field goal attempts and currently leads the nation with an average of 3.67 field goals per game.
MWC Offensive Player of the Week
Larry Ned, San Diego State, RB, Senior
Larry Ned became the first SDSU back in 13 games to surpass the 100-yard mark with a 177-yard effort at Colorado State. Ned set a Mountain West Conference record with 40 carries in the contest and scored both touchdowns in a 14-7 San Diego State win.
MWC Defensive Player of the Week
Terrell Golden, New Mexico, DB, Sophomore
Terrell Golden turned in a career-high 13 tackles in New Mexico's overtime loss at Baylor. He tallied a game-high seven solo tackles and registered four tackles for loss for a minus 10 yards to go along with a quarterback hurry.