After two weeks without any matches, the Lobos are back on the road to take on Cal Poly and Loyola Marymount in San Luis Obispo, California.
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Wednesday’s national letter of intent signing day was an eventful one for UNM women’s soccer, adding 13 new potential players to their roster.
UNM recorded its first win of the season against Boise State in convincing fashion, winning three singles matches and two doubles matches.
To say that junior Albuquerque native Claire Lynch has had a successful UNM soccer career would be an understatement, and the best could be yet to come as she prepares for her final collegiate season.
Throughout most of her life Jennie Noriega was a drifter, searching for a place where she could belong, somewhere she would feel wanted.
Despite being eliminated from the Mountain West Conference tournament, the Lobos demonstrated character and spirit in their final game of the season, winning in overtime 2-1 to beat San Diego State.
The New Mexico women’s soccer team was eliminated from postseason play after a match wasn't even played.
New Mexico women’s soccer traveled to Fort Collins desperately needing a win against Colorado State. Fortunately for the Lobos, the team pulled out a win on Sunday to keep its postseason hopes alive.
Only the top six teams in the Mountain West Conference advance to the conference tournament, and both squads playing on Friday night needed a positive result, making the fixture between New Mexico and Wyoming a critical match.
In their last two home fixtures, the Lobos won 2-0 against Utah State and tied 0-0 in a contentious affair against Boise State. But the Lobos are currently seventh in the Mountain West Conference standings, and only the top six progress to the conference tournament.
A contentious match between New Mexico and Boise State’s women’s soccer teams ended in a 0-0 tie after double overtime on Sunday night.
New Mexico women’s soccer entered Friday night 9th in the Mountain West Conference and facing 1st-place Utah State. The Lobos appeared to be set for a tough match, but found a way to vault into the top half of the standings with a win.
In last weekend’s pair of away fixtures, the Lobos beat the University of Nevada 2-0, but lost 2-1 to UNLV in heartbreaking fashion, surrendering a goal in the final seconds of regulation.
In the 90th minute and tied at 1-1, the Rebels and the Lobos appeared to be destined for overtime at Peter Johann Memorial Field.
UNM faces a big test on Sunday as head coach Heather Dyche’s squad seeks a third win in conference play.
After suffering arguably their worst defeat of the season to Fresno State, the Lobos desperately needed a good result in Reno, Nevada on Friday night.
New Mexico women’s soccer is set to take on Nevada as conference play continues.