“Jackson Weller was one of the classiest kids I’ve ever coached,” Lobo Baseball Head Coach Ray Birmingham said as he held back tears. “This was the first time in 42 years I’ve lost one of the players on my watch.”
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Editor's Note: This story was updated at 3:27 p.m. to include developments and provide additional context.
Mike Bradbury wasted no time filling his two newly vacated scholarships, replacing guards Madi Washington and Quincy Noble with graduate transfer Ciani Cryor and freshman Celine Dupont.
Anthony Mathis will return for one more season.
The University of New Mexico Softball team barely avoided being no-hit by the UTEP Miners on Tuesday in a midweek non-conference matchup, losing 7-1.
The University of New Mexico Softball team will return to home turf Tuesday afternoon at 3 p.m., as they welcome the UTEP Miners (10-26) to town for a non-conference matchup prior to an off weekend.
Elliot Soto has never hit more than two home runs in a season as a professional baseball player. In Monday's series finale against the Salt Lake Bees he equaled that total in one afternoon in the Isotopes 9-4 victory.
In the series opener on Friday night, the Lobos were finally able to put some runs on the board, but they just couldn't quite find enough in a 7-6 loss to Utah State. They outhit Utah State nine to six, but four USU homers, which accounted for all seven of their runs, proved to be the difference.
After a 0-for-5 start on Opening Day, Sam Hilliard was able to shake off the jitters and put together a 1-for-2 day at the plate, but the real value in his performance doesn't show in the at-bats. He walked three times and added a double in addition to scoring three runs in a 7-4 victory over the Salt Lake Bees.
Freshman guard Quincy Noble will transfer from the University of New Mexico after being granted her release from the Women's Basketball team, she announced on Twitter on Friday.
The University of New Mexico softball team (10-26, 1-8 Mountain West) will look to snap a five game losing streak this weekend as the team travels to Logan, Utah for a three game set with the Utah State Aggies.
The Albuquerque Isotopes opened their season on Thursday at Isotopes Park against the Salt Lake Bees, as the Bees took the first matchup of the year 11-4.
The University of New Mexico Softball team will look to turn things around in a Tuesday doubleheader against the rival New Mexico State Aggies in Las Cruces. The first game begins at 4 p.m., with the second scheduled to follow at 6.
The Albuquerque Isotopes are almost ready to play ball and kick off the 2019 season against the Salt Lake Bees on Thursday, April 4 at 6:35 p.m.
The University of New Mexico Softball team suffered another series sweep this weekend, this time against the Nevada Wolfpack.
It's the way every season ends, head coach Mike Bradbury pointed out. Still, that doesn't make it any easier on the players who play in their final game.
The University of New Mexico Women's Basketball Team returns to Dreamstyle Arena — The Pit on Thursday night at 7 p.m. against the University of Denver Pioneers in their first round match up in the Women's National Invitational Tournament.
LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Once again, it was shooting that doomed the New Mexico Lobos against San Diego State.
Jaisa Nunn wanted to show out one final time in front of the Pit crowd, and she did just that on her Senior Night.
The University of New Mexico Women's Basketball Team (23-5, 13-4 MW) wraps up the season on Thursday at Dreamstyle Arena - The Pit against the Wyoming Cowgirls (20-6, 13-4 MW) at 7 p.m.. The game will feature Senior Night festivities honoring Jaisa Nunn, Nike McClure, Emily Lines and Erica Moore prior to the game. The game will be broadcast on the Mountain West Network hosted by Stadium and heard on the radio at 610 AM.