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Senior Mariah Rimmer rounds second base during a game against Northern Colorado at the Lobo Softball Field. The Lobos lost to Cal State Fullerton 2-0.
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Softball: Lobos go 2-3 at Cal State Fullerton tourney

Staff Report Despite picking up its biggest wins of the season at the Cal State Fullerton tournament, the New Mexico softball team capped the weekend with only two wins in five games. Opening the tournament on Friday, the Lobos (15-11) lost its first two games in Fullerton, California with a 4-3 10-inning setback to Arkansas then a 6-1 decision to Alabama.

UNM's head football coach Bob Davie walks out onto Branch Field. Davie has agreed to a two-year extension with UNM that will last through 2021.
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Football: Bob Davie signs contract extension through 2021

New Mexico has taken notice of Bob Davie’s winning football season and bowl appearance, the first since 2007, and has locked up the head coach through 2021. Vice President for Athletics Paul Krebs announced on Monday morning that Davie signed a two-year extension with UNM, the second extension during his tenure as a Lobo.

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Skiing: Myklebust shines as Lobos take fifth in Utah invite

New Mexico got off to less than an ideal start to open up the 2015-2016 season in its three day trip to the Park City Invitational in Utah. UNM finished off the opening competition of the season in fifth place with a final score of 214. The men finished in 6th place as a while the women finished in fourth during the event which lasted from Jan. 4 through Jan. 6.

The Setonian
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Skiing: Lobos begin season at invite in Utah

This year’s roster for the New Mexico ski team knows what it’s like to be successful, returning several skiers from last year’s team that finished fifth at NCAAs. The Lobos, who kick off their season opener at Park City for the University of Utah invitational on Jan.

The Setonian
News

UNMPD arrests man accused of attacking female student

The UNMPD arrested a man who was accused of harassing and physically attacking a 
female student. The accused unlawfully touched a female student and held her against her will “when she tried to pull away”, according to a UNMPD press release. “Henry Budford of Brimhall, 50, is charged with false imprisonment in connection with an incident Monday morning, Aug.

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​UNM to host golf tournament

The UNM Division of Student Affairs, in collaboration with El Mezquite Market, will host the annual Mezquite Golf Tournament on Friday. The tournament is aiming to raise funds for scholarships for UNM students, according to a UNM press release. “We are grateful each year for the generosity of El Mezquite Market owner Sergio Bermudez, who brings together a number of donors to contribute to a worthy cause,” Dr. Eliseo ‘Cheo’ Torres, vice president for UNM Student Affairs, said in the press release.

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​School of Law faculty members promoted

The UNM School of Law has promoted three faculty members. Camille Carey has been promoted to the position of professor, and Yael Zakai Cannon and Alex Ritchie have been designated as associate professors, according to a UNM press release. “Carey and Cannon teach in the law school’s pioneering, mandatory Clinical Program that trains students how to practice law.

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