Despite a career high 10-save effort from goalkeeper Jason Beaulieu, the New Mexico men’s soccer team was unable to generate any offense and fell to the Seattle Redhawks on Sunday by a score of 1-0.
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After an opening night 2-1 loss to No.11 Washington, the Lobos look to rebound against the Seattle Redhawks (1-0-0) on Sunday at 7 p.m. in Seattle. The Redhawks also opened their season last Friday with a 1-0 win over Loyola Marymount, a win which extended the longest active home winning streak in Division I soccer to 17 games. The Redhawks are lead by coach Pete Fewing, who is in his second stint as a Redhawks coach and lead the team to their first-ever Sweet 16 appearance in 2015.
The UNM Men’s Soccer team kicks off the season tonight on the road against the 11th-ranked Washington Huskies, the team that eliminated them from the NCAA Tournament last season.
The University of New Mexico Department of Physics and Astronomy and the UNM Observatory hosted a viewing party on Monday morning to celebrate the first solar eclipse in almost 40 years. The event was hosted by Associate Professor and Observatory Director Ylva Pihlström with help from UNM Astronomy students. The department had eclipse glasses available, asking for a one-dollar donation in exchange. Televisions featured NASA’s coverage from the path of totality, and the school’s main telescope offered a closer look at the eclipse. Students and professors alike were on hand to answer any questions that observers had about this rare event, providing an opportunity to learn more about the science behind the shadows.
The Lobos women’s soccer team (1-1-0) won their first game of the season on Sunday morning, as they defeated Grand Canyon University (0-2-0) by a score of 1-0.
Former Lobo baseball player Mitch Garver was promoted to the Major Leagues by the Minnesota Twins late Thursday night.
Former Lobo running back Jhurell Pressley signed to a contract with the Atlanta Falcons on Wednesday following an injury and the subsequent release of running back B.J. Daniels, according to the team’s website.
Four current and former Lobos track and field athletes are currently competing at the IAAF World Championships in London, England.