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Utah loss a bitter senior farewell

Saturday's heart-breaking 66-61 loss to the University of Utah wasn't a farewell befitting the hardest working members of the UNM men's basketball team, but seniors Brian Smith and Wayland White were just glad they were there.


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Athletes of the Week

Sophomore guard Marlon Parmer of the UNM men's basketball team scored 18 points on five-of-10 shooting, and was six-of-eight from the free-throw line against Brigham Young University Thursday in a 72-67 UNM loss.



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Lobo come up just short in loss to Utes

Despite a career-high 24 points by sophomore point guard Marlon Parmer and a season-high-tying 18 points by senior forward Wayland White Saturday, the University of Utah handed the streaky UNM men's basketball team its third straight loss.


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Foul trouble factors into Lobo loss

Droughts have plagued the UNM men's basketball team all season, but its 11-minute, second-half disappearing act Thursday night against Brigham Young University was both inopportune and insurmountable. BYU's seniors took advantage of the Lobo lull for a 72-67 win. The loss drops UNM to 6-7 in Mountain West Conference play and 17-10 overall, while BYU improves to 9-4 in the conference and 20-8 overall. The Lobos controlled most of the game, but the Cougars surged in the second half to mount a lead as big as seven points late in the game.




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Softball team continues road act

The well-traveled UNM softball team plays outside the confines of Lobo Field again this weekend, hitting the road to compete in the California State University at Fullerton/Worth Tournament in Fullerton, Calif.




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Wyoming loss bursts Lobos’ bubble

The UNM men’s basketball team suffered a crushing blow to its NCAA Tournament hopes with a 81-61 road loss to the University of Wyoming Monday night The Lobos could not overcome a 15-point halftime deficit and the Cowboys’ lights-out shooting. UNM dropped to 6-6 in the Mountain West Conference and 17-9 overall, while Wyoming improves to 9-3 in conference play and 18-7 overall.


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Sports in Brief

The eighth-ranked UNM men’s golf team captured its second tournament title of the season, shattering several school records en route to victory at the John Burns Intercollegiate in Honolulu, Hawaii, Friday.


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Track results show progress

The UNM track and field program achieved the goal set by its coaches — to improve — at the Mountain West Conference Indoor Championships, held Thursday through Sunday at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo.


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UNM is the walking dead after road victory

Seemingly left for dead just two weeks ago, the UNM men’s basketball team defeated Colorado State University 54-51 Saturday for its fourth straight win. With the victory, UNM is still in contention for the Mountain West Conference regular-season title.



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Lobos keep pace in tight race

On a night filled with emotion, the UNM women’s basketball team defeated the University of Wyoming 65-54 Saturday night in The Pit in the last regular-season home game for UNM seniors Nikki Heckroth, Miranda Sanchez and Jennifer Williams.


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Athletes of the Week

This week’s New Mexico Daily Lobo Athletes of the Week are senior Miranda Sanchez of the UNM women’s basketball team and senior sprinter Larry Davis.




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Ruben's Diary

What has driven our success the past three games is that we're getting hot at the right time. We have been playing with a vengeance, and that's what we'll need if we plan to make a run at a Mountain West Conference title and the NCAA Tournament.

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