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Home field not an advantage for UNM

The UNM softball team could not take advantage of the home field in the Mountain West Conference Tournament, held May 10-12 at Lobo Field, due mainly to its lack of offensive power and inability to come up with clutch hits.


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Lobos go east for golf regional

The UNM women’s golf team, fresh off winning its second straight Mountain West Conference Championship, is preparing for a postseason run in the NCAA East Regional Tournament.




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Duo not your ordinary freshmen

In some ways UNM softball players Amy Dumas and Hayley Punter are treated like any other freshmen. They get hassled by their teammates, have to carry the upperclassmen’s bags and are required to put away equipment after practices.


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Home field may not help UNM

The UNM softball team will hold this year’s Mountain West Conference Tournament at Lobo Field on May 10-12. The Lobos hope the home field will be an advantage in trying to grab a conference championship.


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Athletes of the Week

UNM junior Arline Smith of the women’s track and field team and senior men’s track and field runner Ian Stewart are this week’s New Mexico Daily Lobo female and male Athletes of the Week


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Sports in brief

Sophomore center Jordan Adams has accepted an invitation to the 2001 USA Basketball National Team Trials, which will be held May 18-21.


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Lobos lose to BYU in second round of MWC Tournament

by Francisco Ojeda Daily Lobo The UNM softball team made a late-inning comeback, but threw the ball and the game away in the final inning to lose 4-3 to Brigham Young University in the Mountain West Conference Tournament at Lobo Field. After beating Colorado State University 2-0 earlier in the day in the first round, the fourth-seeded Lobos could not overtake the top-seeded Cougars.



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Web Exclusive: Early jump to NBA wrought with danger, painful consequences

Lawton Williams is tired of talking about Taj “Red” McDavid. It has been five years and, quite frankly, it hurts too much. Every year about this time, a handful of reporters from around the country track down Williams, the boys’ basketball coach at Williamston (S.C.) Palmetto High, and touch a nerve that is still raw.



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Tennis teams on NCAA bubble

While the UNM men's and women's tennis teams each wait to see if they will make the NCAA Regionals, both teams placed three players on the Mountain West Conference All-Conference team.


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UNM to face tough Texas teams

The UNM track and field team competes in its final regular-season meet May 5 at the University of Texas at Arlington Open in Arlington, Texas.



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Athletes of the Week

UNM senior men’s tennis player Takeshi Itoh and senior Ryley Webb of the UNM women’s golf team are this week’s New Mexico Daily Lobo male and female Athletes of the Week.


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Sports in brief

The UNM softball team lost two games to Colorado State University Saturday to drop it to fourth place in the Mountain West Conference.


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UNM pitchers lead team with infallible play

Going into this weekend’s series against the Air Force Academy, the UNM baseball team could not fault the starting pitching for its seven-game losing streak. It had come up with some strong performances during that stretch, only to see them go to waste.


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Men’s tennis bounces back

The UNM men’s tennis team rebounded from its semifinal loss in the Mountain West Conference Tournament to defeat San Diego State University 4-2 on Saturday to take third place.

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