Hansen, a junior, won her second event of the meet with a 270.27 in the platform dive on Saturday, giving the Wolf Pack a clean sweep of this year’s diving titles. En-Tien Huang of Nevada finished third with a score of 252.61, just behind Fresno State junior Hannah Prigge (257.13).
San Diego State won the first event on Wednesday night and never looked back to win its second Mountain West swimming and diving Championships title in three seasons. The Aztecs scored 734 points across 21 events at the Palo Alto Aquatic Center in San Antonio, Texas.
The Wolf Pack, with 390 points, finished fifth.
2012 champion Boise State finished in second place with 575 points, followed by Wyoming (509) and UNLV (444). New Mexico came in at sixth in the standings with 296 points, followed by Colorado State (276), Fresno State (257) and Air Force (211).
Nevada senior Mengjiao Mi completed her sweep of the distance medley races with a NCAA-B cut of 16:19.32 in the 1,650-yard freestyle race. Mi pulled away in the final lap from Mountain West record holder Kelly Marquenie of San Diego State, who touched in a B-cut 16:22.28 for second.