The UNM men’s soccer team got back on the pitch on Saturday to kick off its 2017 spring season.
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Four seniors were honored after a season-high crowd of 13,958 witnessed the Lobos take a 64-59 win over San Diego State on Saturday night. Two of the seniors are current players while the other two are not on the roster.
After a 64-59 win over San Diego State on Saturday night, the Lobos earned themselves a ticket straight to the Thursday quarterfinals for next week’s Mountain West Tournament.
The UNM men’s basketball team will host the San Diego State Aztecs on Saturday night to close out the regular season.
A member of the UNM men’s basketball program was recognized this week — but this member happens to be female.
His whole life, UNM basketball player Connor MacDougall has been reaching for new heights — and not just physically.
Three-game losing streaks. One was snapped on Saturday afternoon, but New Mexico now owns one after an 82-71 loss at Wyoming.
With two matches remaining in the regular season, the Lobos are still fighting for a first-round bye that would take them straight to the Mountain West Tournament quarterfinals.
Struggles on the offensive side of things turned into a 68-56 loss for the UNM men’s basketball team on Tuesday night against Colorado State, a defeat that dropped New Mexico to fifth in the conference standings with two games left.
When it comes to rivalries and drama, Tuesday night should be as intriguing as any show on TV.
A subpar performance that included 19 turnovers cost the Lobos an important game and likely erased any chance at the Mountain West regular season title on Saturday night.
One game out of the top spot in the conference, the UNM men’s basketball team has just four games remaining in the season — so the Lobos can’t afford to relax.
The win gets the Lobos closer to the peak of the Mountain West standings
The Lobos have a date with the top team in the Mountain West on Valentine’s Day, and they are even wearing special outfits for the occasion.
The Lobos stayed hot on the road and took a 74-67 victory over the Air Force Falcons on Wednesday night, New Mexico’s first win in Colorado Springs in over five years.
The Lobos are looking to lift up their spirits on the road as they take on the Air Force Falcons for the first and only time this season in a Wednesday night matchup.
Last February, head coach Jeremy Fishbein and the rest of the Lobo men’s soccer staff got what Top Drawer Soccer ranked as the fifth-best recruiting class in the country.
The Lobos’ second game without two key starters turned out to be more difficult than expected.
New Mexico is half a game away from first place in the Mountain West again, and the team could have a chance to move up in the conference standings this weekend.
The Lobos were dealt a bad hand with some injuries prior to Wednesday night’s game, but they worked with what they had and pulled off an 80-77 victory over the UNLV Rebels.