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Tennis: At the top, but hungry for more

After earning its first regular season title since 2008, the UNM men’s tennis team is still not satisfied. The No. 41 Lobos (19-9, 6-1) earned the top seed in the Mountain West men’s bracket after a 4-0 victory over the Air Force Falcons last Saturday. This was no small accomplishment, but UNM head coach Bart Scott says his team has a lot more to offer. “We are not satisfied. We are still very hungry,” he said.


Spring will see new courts

Starting next spring, New Mexico’s tennis teams will play their home competitions at a new facility featuring better spectator seating, a scoreboard and stadium lighting.


Criticism turns team around

UNM men’s tennis head coach Alan Dils is a proponent of tough love. The Lobos suffered a close loss against UNLV at home Friday afternoon, leading the day 3-1 before losing the next three matches to fall 4-3 to the Rebels.


Intense sweep nets two wins

The men’s tennis team struck down two teams in one day. UNM swept its competition Saturday, beating Western New Mexico and Colorado State University-Pueblo with the same 7-0 score.


Singles and doubles win gold

The UNM women’s tennis team took the gold medals this past weekend at the Boise State Invitational by winning the individual and doubles tournaments.

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