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Women’s Golf

The UNM women’s golf team is in Tempe, Ariz., today through Sunday to participate in the 2001 Ping/Arizona State University Invitational.

The team finished sixth overall in its most recent action at the University of California at Los Angeles Bruin Classic, March 26-30. Senior Elisa Kase had her best finish of the season, shooting a three-round score of 221 (72-72-76) at the Bruin Classic to finish in 10th out of 105 competitors. For that finish, Kase was named Mountain West Conference Women’s Golfer of the Week.

Tournament results will be available on the web at


The UNM baseball team will look to continue its good play in the Mountain West Conference race this weekend when it plays the University of Nevada at Las Vegas in a three-game homestand beginning tonight.

UNM (16-22, 6-6 Mountain West) has won five of its last seven games, four of six in conference play.

After starting the year 0-6, the Lobos have posted a 16-16 record since losing three games each on the road to New Mexico State University and the University of Arizona to begin the season.

UNM is in a tie for third place with the University of Utah. Both teams trail first-place San Diego State University (8-4) and Brigham Young University (7-5). The Lobos, after playing the Rebels this weekend, will only have three more home games, all against the Air Force Academy April 27-29.

Friday’s action kicks off at 7 p.m. under the Sports Stadium lights. Game time for Saturday and Sunday is slated for 1 p.m. Saturday is the eighth annual Dugout Cookout event, where hot dogs and Pepsis will be sold for 50 cents. Gates open at 11 a.m.

Admission for all Lobo baseball games is free for UNM students, with UNM ID.

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Men’s Golf

The UNM men’s golf team is in Laredo, Texas, today to compete in the 50th Annual Border Olympics at the Laredo Country Club. It is the second-oldest collegiate tournament in the nation.

It is also the Lobos’ second-to-last regular season tournament. UNM plays in the Thunderbird Intercollegiate tournament April 13-14 before beginning the Mountain West Conference Championship tournament on April 30.

Men’s Tennis

The Lobos hit the courts this weekend with the hope of extending their six-game winning streak and improve on its number 63 ranking.

The Lobos (12-4 overall, 2-0 Mountain West) last lost on March 10 to Middle Tennessee University, a 6-4 defeat.

The team will face UNLV today, San Diego State Saturday and Air Force Academy Sunday — all on the road — and return home April 13 for a matchup with the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

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