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Born in Córdoba, Mexico, in the Mexican State of Veracruz, Rodolfo Jauregui could never have imagined that he might end up playing college tennis in the United States.
The Lobos entered the Mountain West Conference Tournament as the No. 4 seed, with high aspirations of walking away with a conference championship and automatic NCAA bid.
Although considered the offseason, UNM women’s soccer has enjoyed a busy spring period.
The Lobos’ Conference ambitions took a heavy blow over the weekend as UNM fell 4-2 to both UNLV and San Diego State University at home.
UNM will be playing its final two home matches of the season against UNLV and San Diego State before finishing the regular season with four more conference matches before the conference tournament begins.
After beating Nevada last Sunday, the Lobos were eager to play away from home and challenge rivals Boise State and Mountain West powerhouse Utah State.
After a mixed start to their 2017 Conference campaign, the Lobos will be hoping to reassert themselves as Conference contenders in the upcoming fixtures. The Lobos lost a close match at home to Fresno State last Friday, but bounced back two days later, beating Nevada 4-1 in a dominant display.
The Lobos began their Mountain West Conference bid with a narrow loss to Fresno State and a decisive victory over the Nevada Wolfpack.
In their previous match two weeks ago, the Lobos beat Northern Arizona 5-2 after a difficult battle. Prior to the NAU fixture, the Lobos had lost four matches in a row, a disappointing run considering that the Lobos had managed to put together a five-match winning streak beforehand.
The Lobo men’s tennis team was desperate for a win after dropping its last four outings and got one by grinding out a hard-fought match at home on Tuesday over Northern Arizona.
The Lobo’s spring season kicked off last week in dramatic fashion, with UNM losing 2-1 in overtime to Southern Methodist University.
After losing two matches in the Pacific Mountain Invitational tournament, the Lobos were eager to return to their winning ways.
After stringing together five wins in a row, the Lobos were eager to continue their fine run of form. The Lobos traveled to Stockton, California last weekend to participate in the 3rd annual Mountain Pacific Invitational, a tournament they had won the previous year.
The spring season has finally arrived for the Lobos, and they will play their first game away from home to Southern Methodist.
After winning five matches in a row the Lobos will travel this weekend to Stockton, California to defend their title in the Mountain-Pacific Invitational.
After three consecutive victories away from home against top teams in the region, the Lobos faced yet another test of their strength and character. But this time, the setting was a bit more familiar.
After picking up wins against BYU, Nebraska and Utah in last week’s trip to Utah, the Lobos will be hoping to continue their recent run of form in their first home matches.
In a whirlwind of a weekend for the UNM men’s tennis team, the Lobos faced three of their most difficult regional opponents on the road in Utah — and came out on top.
The New Mexico tennis team eased their way through day one of their weekend matches in California, but a force of nature would delay the momentum, as well as more victories on the court.