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Men’s Soccer: C-USA tourney over for top seed Lobos

Adding to a tournament filled with upsets, New Mexico on Friday became the fourth high seed to lose in the Conference USA Men’s Soccer Championship. The top seed and regular-season champion Lobos dropped out of the tournament following a 3-0 loss to Tulsa. As the No. 5 seed, the Golden Hurricanes carry the highest possible seed into Sunday’s conference championship game. They’ll play the winner of No. 6 Charlotte and No. 7 Kentucky, who played later Friday.


Women's soccer: Home game ends on low note

The Lobo women’s soccer team lost Friday night on a controversial no-call by the referees. With 7:38 remaining in double overtime, San Diego State midfielder Kelsey Booth passed the ball to forward Haley Locker, who finished the shot past UNM sophomore goalkeeper Cassie Ulrich to win the game 1-0.


Higher costs to play away

The benefits New Mexico reaps from playing more competitive men’s soccer conference comes at an increased cost in travel expenses. Many schools in Conference USA, which UNM joined this season, are located at the eastern end of the United States. Aside from Tulsa, Okla., every school is at least 1,000 miles from Albuquerque.


Men maintain win streak

Propelled by goals from Christopher Wehan and Riley McGovern on Saturday, the New Mexico men’s soccer team continues to lead the Conference USA standings. Wehan and McGovern each scored their second goals of the year in the Lobos’ 2-0 victory over Florida Atlantic.


Lobos top team in C-USA

Even though the New Mexico men’s soccer team leads the Conference USA standings and holds a No. 14 RPI nationally, head coach Jeremy Fishbein said the Lobos can’t rest easy.


Lobos outshot in tie game

In what head coach Jeremy Fishbein called the most lackluster showing this year, the New Mexico men’s soccer team settled for a scoreless tie with Charlotte in Friday night’s Conference USA home opener.

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