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  • Official Site of the Lobos: Manigault's 24 Powers Lobos Past McNeese, 90-80

    BOX SCORE (PDF) | PHOTO GALLERY | POST-GAME NOTES | POST-GAME QUOTESALBUQUERQUE, N.M. --- The University of New Mexico men's basketball team finished off an exciting game on Saturday afternoon to improve to 4-0 as the Lobos claimed a 90-80 victory over McNeese (1-4) in the final minutes inside Dreamstyle Arena - The Pit. Senior Corey Manigault tied his career-high 24 points in the contest as once again, five Lobos registered double figures on the day.

    Manigault went 6-for-8 from the floor, battling in the low post, while scoring 12 more on free throws and posting six rebounds and three steals.

  • Official Site of the Lobos: Lobos Finish Homestand Sat. at 4 p.m. in N7 Game

    New Mexico vs McNeese State

    Dreamstyle Arena - The Pit (Capacity: 15,411)TV: Mountain West Network (TheMW.com/watch)
    Radio: 770 KKOB-AM (Listen Live)

    Promotions:
    Nike N7 - Lobos will wear special TURQUOISE jerseys Saturday in support of American Indian Heritage Month
    Jersey Auction - The game-worn jerseys will be auctioned off IN PERSON ONLY during the game
    NMSU Tickets - After the game, fans will have the first chance to buy NMSU tix, IN PERSON ONLY
    Legend in Attendance - Former Lobo Michael Cooper will be present for Saturday's contest.

  • Official Site of the Lobos: Men's Hoops Signs Four to NLI

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. --- The University of New Mexico men's basketball team has announced the addition of four players who have all signed National Letters of Intent (NLI) to compete for the Lobos in 2020-21. The signing class ranges in height from 6-5 to 7-1 and includes two guards, two forwards, a trio of incoming freshman and two international students."We feel confident that this is the strongest recruiting class we have had since arriving here two years ago," head coach Paul Weir said. "First and foremost, we are adding four terrific newcomers of tremendous character to The University of New Mexico.

  • Official Site of the Lobos: Lobos Make it Three in a Row; Top GB 93-78

    BOX SCORE (PDF) | PHOTO GALLERY | POST GAME NOTES

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. --- For the third-straight game, The University of New Mexico men's basketball team outscored its opponent by double figures while racking up at least 90 points on Wednesday night with a 93-78 victory over the visiting Green Bay Phoenix. Redshirt-senior led the Lobos with a career-high 31 points while fellow redshirt-senior posted his first double-double of the season en route to the victory.The Lobos (3-0) closed the game in style Wednesday night when, despite head coach Paul Weir shouting to his team not to shoot the ball, the crowd was so loud that the squad couldn't hear the instruction.

  • ESPN.com: Russell Westbrook on Patrick Beverley: 'He don't guard nobody, man'

    HOUSTON -- Notorious pest Patrick Beverley's reputation as an elite defender isn't accurate, according to Russell Westbrook, who cited James Harden's 47-point performance in the Houston Rockets' 102-93 win Wednesday over the LA Clippers as proof."Pat Bev trick y'all, man, like he playing defense," Westbrook said. "He don't guard nobody, man. It's just running around, doing nothing. ... All that commotion to get 47."

    Westbrook and Beverley have a long-running feud, dating to the Houston-Oklahoma City series in the first round of the 2013 playoffs. Westbrook suffered a torn meniscus in his right knee that required multiple surgeries when Beverley, then Harden's backcourt mate for the Rockets, collided with Westbrook a split-second after the Thunder called a timeout in Game 2 of the series.

  • Official Site of the Lobos: Lobo Baseball hauls in highest-ranked high school recruiting class in program history

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - A class that has been a year and a half in the making has come through in an unprecedented way for the University of New Mexico baseball team as their 2020 signing class is ranked 33rd-nationally by Perfect Game.The recruiting class ranking by Perfect Game is the highest-ever in program history and the best since 2011 when the Lobos had the 38th-ranked class. Over the course of the next four years, the signing class of 2011 went on to elevate Lobo Baseball to new heights winning the regular season championship in the Mountain West three times (2012, 2013 and 2014), advancing to the NCAA Regionals twice (2012 & 2013) and being nationally-ranked in 2013 and 2014.

  • Daily Lobo: Men's Basketball: Troy Simons' long road to New Mexico

    Fans of the University of New Mexico men's basketball team probably know about the potential and the growth of junior guard Troy Simons throughout this season, but many may not know the path that landed him in a Lobo uniform.Simons led the nation in NCJAA scoring during the 2016-17 season while playing for the Polk State Eagles, torching the nets with 26.3 points per game.

    The 6-foot-3-inch guard said he wasn't used to playing college basketball and learned a lot from his time as an Eagle.

    UNM head basketball coach Paul Weir said he had been watching Simons for a while and made the junior college transfer one of the potential building blocks of his new Lobo squad.

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    Official Site of the Lobos: Undefeated Lobos Host Green Bay Wednesday

    New Mexico vs Green Bay

    Dreamstyle Arena - The Pit (Capacity: 15,411)TV: Mountain West Network (TheMW.com/watch)
    Radio: 770 KKOB-AM (Listen Live)

    Promotions:
    Holiday Food Drive - Fans can donate non-perishable food items that will go toward the Lobo Food Pantry! Fans that donate prior to purchasing a ticket will get a $10 discount on any ticket (excluding value youth and value adult tickets).
    Halftime Performance - A pair of contestants from Lobos Got Talent will show off their skills!

  • Official Site of the Lobos: Lobos 2-0 After 27-Point Rout of CSUN

    BOX SCORE (PDF) | PHOTO GALLERY | POST GAME NOTES | POST GAME QUOTES

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. --- The University of New Mexico men's basketball team has kicked off the 2019-20 season 2-0 after earning a 27-point victory over the visiting CSUN Matadors inside Dreamstyle Arena - The Pit on Saturday night by a score of 97-70. The win marks the second 20+ point victory margin for the Lobos as the squad is averaging 94.5 points over its first two games.In addition, 27 points marks the largest margin of victory for the Lobos over the Matadors in series history.

  • Official Site of the Lobos: Lobos Take on CSUN at Home Saturday

    New Mexico vs CSUN

    Dreamstyle Arena - The Pit (Capacity: 15,411)TV: Mountain West Network (TheMW.com/watch)
    Radio: 770 KKOB-AM

    UNM NOTES | CSUN NOTES | LIVE STATS | TICKETS

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. --- The University of New Mexico men's basketball team will take on Big West member CSUN for the first time in Albuquerque since 2008 on Saturday, Nov. 9. The teams will tip off at 7 p.m. inside Dreamstyle Arena - The Pit.

  • Official Site of the Lobos: Lobos Pick Up Road Win at Utah State Behind Rowan's Hitting

    LOGAN, Utah-- Behind a sensational .706 hitting percentage with a career-high 12 kills on 17 attacks with no errors from junior outside hitter Danica Rowan, The University of New Mexico Lobos picked up its second-straight win in a four-set victory over Utah State at the Wayne Estes Center on Thursday night (25-19, 25-21, 17-25, 25-16).Rowan was one of three Lobos to reach double-digit kills, with freshman outside hitter Kaitlynn Biassou tallying a team-high 13 and senior outside hitter Tai Bierria finishing with 10.

    Junior middle blocker Yasmin Tan tied her career high in total blocks with eight, all assisted, as the Lobos racked up 14.

  • Official Site of the Lobos: Men's Basketball Opens Season with 20+ Point Win

    BOX SCORE (PDF) | PHOTO GALLERY | POST-GAME NOTES | POST-GAME QUOTES

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. --- The University of New Mexico men's basketball team opened its season with a 21-point victory over Eastern New Mexico on Wednesday evening inside Dreamstyle Arena - The Pit. Five Lobos racked up double figures in the 92-71 win.The first points of the 2019-20 season came on a steal and a layup when redshirt-junior JJ Caldwell went coast-to-coast to kick off his first outing as a Lobo 1:15 into the first half - and the action didn't stop there.

  • Official Site of the Lobos: Football Game With Air Force Moved to November 23

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. --- The Mountain West league office has announced, after consulting with University of New Mexico director of athletics Eddie Nunez and officials from the U.S. Air Force Academy, that Saturday's football game with Air Force, scheduled for noon, will be postponed. The game will now be played on November 23 at Dreamstyle Stadium, which was an originally off week for both teams. The game will be played at noon.Revised broadcast information and details on tickets and parking will be announced shortly. The Lobo basketball game on Saturday, November 9 against Cal State Northridge will be played as scheduled.

  • Official Site of the Lobos: Lobos Open 2019-20 Season Wednesday Night

    New Mexico vs Eastern NM

    Dreamstyle Arena - The Pit (Capacity: 15,411)TV: Mountain West Network (TheMW.com/live)
    Radio: 770 KKOB-AM

    UNM NOTES | LIVE STATS | TICKETS

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. --- The University of New Mexico men's basketball team is set to tip off the 2019-20 season with a regular-season matchup against Eastern NM inside Dreamstyle Arena - The Pit on Wednesday, Nov. 6, at 7 p.m. The Lobos will debut their new roster that includes highly-anticipated transfer JaQuan Lyle, who has spent the last two seasons on the Lobo bench, along with three returning starters.

  • Official Site of the Lobos: Lobos add mid-year transfer Carlton Bragg

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. --- Head coach Paul Weir and the University of New Mexico men's basketball program have added mid-year transfer Carlton Bragg to the 2017-18 roster. Bragg comes to the Lobos having played two years at Kansas before sitting out at Arizona State due to NCAA transfer rules. He will join the Lobos this semester."This upcoming semester is a tremendous opportunity for Carlton to create a successful next chapter here in New Mexico and we will seek to provide everything we can to help him achieve excellence," Weir said. "Our culture and work ethic are as established as they've been and I can think of no better time for a young man to enter our program with an optimal chance of success.

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