With two new hires this week, New Mexico's coaching staff is starting to take shape in anticipation for next season.
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Late game doubles from the bottom half of the lineup fueled New Mexico in a 6-5 win over No. 7 Texas Tech on Wednesday afternoon.
By Liam Cary-Eaves
New Mexico was able to salvage a Game 1 loss by taking the next two along with the series against San Jose State last weekend in California.
Building a community around real organic products at a convenience is the image Skarsgard Farms aims to portray as their workers are getting ready to load up Monday’s trucks.
Fueled by sound pitching, New Mexico was able to even the series against San Jose State on Saturday afternoon, taking game two 6-2.
An eight run showing wasn’t enough support for New Mexico as the team fell to San Jose 9-8 at the start of the three-game series opener.
After being routed in New Mexico’s first day in California on Tuesday night, the Lobos bounced back with a 12-3 blowout over San Francisco on Wednesday.
New Mexico is on the cusp of a top-10 ranking after climbing to No. 12 in the nation, according to DiG Magazine, the nation’s official collegiate beach volleyball magazine.
Former New Mexico guard Cullen Neal will be trading in his Lobo uniform to be part of the Ole Miss program.
Just days after New Mexico took down Fresno State to claim the top spot in the Mountain West, UNM got off to a rough start in its trip to California on Tuesday night.
After a week off, the Lobos took a trip to California and swept another weekend on the road.
When two teams are locked up in a first place showdown mid-season, it is normally a time for big-time players to shine.
Fresno State has not enjoyed much success in Albuquerque.
A late comeback, extra innings and a wild finish garnered a series win for New Mexico during Saturday afternoon’s 14-13 win over Fresno State.
New Mexico took sole possession of first place in the Mountain West after Friday night’s 2-1 victory over Fresno State. However, that doesn’t mean much as the Bulldogs will remain in town for the weekend with the intent to surpass UNM.
There is plenty at stake this weekend as New Mexico and Fresno State prepare to do battle for the top spot in the Mountain West.
This weekend may feature something new for New Mexico’s beach volleyball squad – rain.
It wasn’t the high scoring affair UNM has gotten accustomed to, but the Lobos still walked out of Roswell, New Mexico Tuesday with a 3-2 win over NMSU at the neutral site.
A late blown lead barred New Mexico from completing a sweep against UNLV in a tight 6-5 loss on Sunday afternoon.