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Senior forward Niko Hansen attempts to evade a UCCS player April 19, 2016 at the UNM Soccer Complex. The Lobos will start their fall 2016 season with an exhibition against UNLV Monday August 15 at 7 p.m.
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Men's Soccer: Strong spring season hopes to translate to fall

If the fall exhibition season is anything like the spring, the UNM men’s soccer team will be in good shape. Less than a week into their official fall training, the Lobos are getting ready to begin the preseason. They will get three matches over three dates, starting with University of Nevada Las Vegas on Monday, continuing with Fort Lewis on Thursday and finishing with Washington on Saturday.



Head mens soccer coach Jeremy Fishbein critiques his players in regards to their first fall 2016 practice. 
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Men's Soccer: Lobos look to right the ship in 2016

After a long summer break, players and coaches returned to Robertson Field for the first official Lobo men’s soccer practice of the season on Wednesday morning. “I’ve been anxiously awaiting today and came away feeling great. I really like this team,” said head coach Jeremy Fishbein. “Energy levels were good today. The players where fit, sharp, unified. All you could ask for, for a first practice.”




The Setonian
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Women's Soccer: Dyche creates testing schedule for 2016

New Mexico’s fall will be tested early on, as UNM released its 2016 schedule on Monday morning. The Lobos won’t even be able to showcase the 2016 squad until a month into the season, with their first seven nonconference games being on the road. The first two games will be against nationally ranked opponents.



Senior forward Niko Hansen walks to his position during a game against USF on October 1, 2015 at the UNM Soccer Complex. The Lobos will play UCCS this Saturday at Robertson Field at 10 a.m.
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Mens Soccer: Team to host UCCS at only home game in spring

Only two more weekends remain for the UNM men’s soccer spring exhibition season. The Lobos will host University of Colorado Colorado Springs for their first and only home game this spring. The following weekend, they will hit the road once more to compete against Denver at Highlands Ranch. UNM is 5-0-1 after battling two teams through winter-like conditions at Taos last Saturday.



Senior Niko Hansen tries to evade a FAU player during one of the Lobo's 2015 games at the UNM Soccer Complex. The team's spring season begins Saturday against UNLV and Utah Valley. 
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Soccer: Spring squad looks to improve on disappointing fall

After several weeks of vigorous training, the UNM men’s soccer team members won’t leave anything to chance, kicking off their spring exhibition season in Las Vegas this weekend. “We’re excited,” said head coach Jeremy Fishbein. “We’ve been training really hard. It’s been 10 weeks of hard work and I think the guys are ready to face some competition outside of their own team.”


The Setonian
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Women's Soccer: Eight players sign to join Lobos

Heather Dyche’s first full recruiting effort netted eight new players to the New Mexico women’s soccer team, UNM announced on Wednesday. During National Signing Day, the Lobos added players at every position: three forward, two defenders, two goalkeepers and a midfielder to replace seven graduating seniors, all from various positions. Dyche in a statement expressed her excitement for the 2016 recruiting class. “We think they will come in and push our current players for starting positions.


The Setonian
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Men's Soccer: Lobos add six on signing day

It’s that time of the year again. Six new players joined the UNM men’s soccer team for the 2016 National Signing Day. But this isn’t just any group of players, Top Drawer Soccer ranked this Lobo recruiting class as the fifth best class in the nation.


Sophomore defender Aaron Herrera prepares to send the ball downfield Friday, Nov. 6, 2015 at University Stadium. This month Herrera was one of 36 players to be called upon by head coach Tab Ramos to attend a U-20 training camp in Miami.
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Soccer: Herrera pursues dream of going pro

Aaron Herrera finished his first season with the UNM men’s soccer team with a total of 1,332 minutes played after making 15 appearances, including 14 starts. But that is only a small part of the freshman defender’s resume, which he began to build quite early.


The Setonian
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Pair of Lobos graduate with superb GPAs

“Humbling” is the word men’s soccer head coach Jeremy Fishbein used to describe the two seniors who will receive their college degrees this semester. The two “interesting cats,” as Fishbein described them, are Josh Dye and Adrian Mora Delgado. “Those are two stable guys,” Fishbein said. “More than anything, they epitomize what a student-athlete is. It’s a bit humbling. They’re both engineering majors with 4.0 GPAs and they’re Division I athletes.”


The Setonian
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Men's soccer: UNM bows out of C-USA tourney early

The UNM men’s soccer team fell 1-0 to the No. 17 South Carolina Gamecocks during the Conference USA Quarterfinals Wednesday night. Head coach Jeremy Fishbein described the loss as “gut-wrenching.” The Lobos (8-6-4) saw a lot of the ball, outshooting the Gamecocks 12-9, and 5-3 with shots on goal. But their efforts were not enough for a win.



Lobos defender Nicholas Rochowski scores a goal against Florida Atlantic University at the UNM Soccer Complex Friday night. The Lobos won 3-0. 
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Men's soccer: New Mexico stamps its ticket to C-USA tournament

The Lobos season is not yet over following a crucial 3-0 win over the Florida Atlantic Owls on Senior Night Friday. With this win the Lobos clinched their spot in this year’s Conference USA tournament. It was an important win, but by no means an easy one, especially since the first half was not so hot for the Lobos.


Senior midfielder/forward Lindsey Guice makes a move past a San Diego player at the UNM Soccer Complex Oct. 30. The Lobos lost to San Jose in penalty kicks after a 1-1 tie. 
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Women's soccer: Lobos' season ends in shootout heartbreaker

UNM forward Lindsey Guice kept New Mexico's Mountain West women's soccer tournament championship hopes alive, but a change at goalkeeper gave San Jose State an advantage in a shootout. The Lobos fell out of the tournament in heartbreaking fashion Thursday night in San Diego, losing the PK battle by three scores to two. It propelled the Spartans to the championship game against either San Diego State or Colorado College, who played later Thursday.

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