Sunday afternoon seemed to be going the same way the first two games of the series did between the University of New Mexico baseball team and San Diego State.

The Lobos (12-11, 4-5 MW) seemed to have momentum going against them and the Aztecs took advantage for the most part and enjoyed an early lead again.

Drew Gillespie got the start on the hill for UNM and sat down seven of the first nine men he faced. But San Diego State pounded out four hits including back-to-back for extra bases and opened up a 3-0 lead over New Mexico heading into the home half of the fourth.

The University of New Mexico baseball team saw its season-high losing streak extended to five as the San Diego State Aztecs imposed its will in a 19-3 blowout over the Lobos.

New Mexico fell to 3-5 in Mountain West Conference play and 11-11 overall as the Aztecs raced out to an early advantage and never took their foot off the gas pedal.

The Lobos found themselves on the wrong side of a couple of overturned calls Friday night as the University of New Mexico baseball team fell 4-2 to the San Diego State Aztecs at Santa Ana Star Field.

New Mexico (11-10, 3-4 MW) appeared to be cruising with Justin Slaten dealing on the mound. The right-hander got the start and sat down the first nine Aztec batters — striking out four along the way.

But the Lobos were not able to capitalize offensively and stranded three base runners through three innings, keeping the game a scoreless tie.

The University of New Mexico Women's Basketball Team returns to Dreamstyle Arena — The Pit on Thursday night at 7 p.m. against the University of Denver Pioneers in their first round match up in the Women's National Invitational Tournament. 

Baseball: Late comeback not enough as No. 25 Oklahoma sweeps Lobos

The University of New Mexico baseball team trailed by a score of 8-0 before rallying for six runs late in the game, but it wasn’t enough as the Lobos were held scoreless in the bottom of the ninth and suffered defeat for the second straight day at the hands of No. 25 Oklahoma. 

UNM (11-9, 3-3 Mountain West) was defeated 8-1 on Tuesday evening, in a lopsided affair which saw the Sooners put on a pitching clinic. The Sooners were able to go up 3-1 before exploding in the sixth inning for four runs.

New Mexico United : Season opens with a draw against Fresno FC

New Mexico United opened their heavily anticipated inaugural campaign on Friday in front of a sellout crowd at Isotopes Park, coming away with a 1-1 draw and their first ever point against Fresno FC.

Sporting the black and yellow home kit with the Meow Wolf logo emblazoned across the chest, Devon Sandoval opened his scoring account in the 25th minute with the first goal in club history. United were to be denied a victory and the full three points, however, after Brazilian winger Jackson's header from just outside the six yard box found the net for the visitors just minutes into the second half.

Baseball: Sooners crack Lobo defense, take opener 8-1

The University of New Mexico baseball team was faced with some difficult situations throughout Tuesday night's game against Oklahoma at Santa Ana Star Field.

Initially, the defense helped get the pitching staff out of those jams, but eventually the Sooners broke through and recorded plenty of runs to take the first of two matchups by a score of 8-1.

Men's Basketball: Wolf Pack upset as Aztecs advance to meet Utah State in title game

For the second time in as many years, the University of Nevada Wolf Pack will enter the NCAA Tournament — but not as Mountain West Champions, after it was defeated by the San Diego State Aztecs in the semifinal round.

Last year, the Wolf Pack got beaten soundly by San Diego State, losing 90-73 in a game that probably wasn't as close as the final score might indicate — as the Aztecs led by as many as 34.

Men's Basketball: Lobos unable to advance; lose to No. 2 Utah State

Utah State University men's basketball coach Craig Smith said it's something he speaks to his team about on a constant basis, but it's not what you may be thinking.

"Next best action," Smith said.

When things are not going right for the Aggies, he said his players are urged to think "NBA" and try to find a way to reverse the trend.

Men's Basketball: Lobos overcome woeful first half to bounce Wyoming out of MW Tourney

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Lobo men's basketball played a first half that may have been the worst of the season before a sophomore transfer decided enough was enough and willed his team to victory to advance in the 2019 Mountain West Basketball Championship.

Former UCONN product Vance Jackson was wide open for a corner 3 and called for the ball early in the second half. His teammate didn't see him though and instead the Lobos threw up a contested shot that was off the mark.

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