In back-to-back home fixtures over the weekend, the University of New Mexico (13-10) lost 4-1 to Utah State (16-8) on Friday but responded two days later with a dramatic 4-3 victory over rivals Boise State (9-17).
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The University of New Mexico men’s tennis team split their second pair of Mountain West conference matches to go 12-9 on the season and 2-2 in conference play.
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The University of New Mexico, after taking third in the Mountain Pacific Invitational, put together back-to-back 4-3 victories against Nebraska-Lincoln and Wichita State in Des Moines, Iowa, to build momentum heading into the match on Thursday this week against New Mexico State.
The University of New Mexico baseball team fell victim in its second straight Mountain West series of the year, losing two of three on the road to the Fresno State Bulldogs at Pete Beiden Field.
The University of New Mexico baseball fell below .500 on the season after losing 7-2 in a midweek matchup with Texas Tech, but will try to pick up momentum in Fresno, California, where it will play the Bulldogs in a three-game series
The University of New Mexico men's tennis team took third in the annual Mountain Pacific Invitational after beating Brown University 4-1 on Sunday in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The University of New Mexico (6-4) fell 4-2 on Friday to the University of Utah (14-1) before taking down the University of California, Santa Barbara (5-4) on Sunday in a dramatic 4-3 win.
As the University of New Mexico women’s soccer program prepares for its upcoming spring season, it announced the addition of seven new players to the roster for the 2018 fall season.
The University of New Mexico men's tennis team beat the University of the Pacific 4-1 in Stockton, California on Friday, but then saw their four-match unbeaten run come to an end in a 6-1 loss to Santa Clara University on Sunday.
After losing two of their first three matches of the season, it appears the University of New Mexico has shed its early season woes.
Offering several hundred academic programs, the University of New Mexico produces graduates that enter all sorts of different fields — but what do students who have worked at the Daily Lobo go on to do?
In the first home game and third match of the season, the University of New Mexico fell to Northern Arizona University 4-3 at the McKinnon Family Tennis Center.
The University of New Mexico went riot in their opening match of the season against the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, beating the Vaqueros 7-0 and dropping only one set.
The Lobos beat No. 1 seed San Jose State University on Thursday night in Las Vegas to book themselves a place in the Mountain West Conference tournament final against San Diego State.
The University of New Mexico women’s soccer team pulled off a dramatic late comeback against Fresno State in the first round of the Mountain West Conference tournament, beating the Bulldogs in penalties 5-4 Tuesday night.
The Lobos (12-7, 7-4 MW) conceded a goal within the final five second of the game to lose to San Diego State (10-7-2, 7-2-2 MW) at the UNM Soccer Complex on Friday night—the Lobos’ senior night.
After beating Wyoming 3-2 in Laramie, Wyoming, on Sunday, the Lobos (12-6, 7-3 MW) guaranteed themselves a place in the Mountain West Conference Tournament.
The Lobos maintained their spot in second place in the Mountain West Conference standings after beating CSU 4-2 on Friday night at the UNM Soccer Complex. The Lobos now have 18 points — four points behind leaders San Jose State.
After losing 1-0 to Air Force on Friday night, UNM fired back against Colorado College on Sunday, beating the Tigers 2-1 in Colorado Springs and further cementing their position in the top six of the conference.