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JJ Caldwell to transfer from UNM

JJ Caldwell to transfer from UNM

JJ Caldwell told Stadium Sports late Sunday night that he intends to transfer away from the University of New Mexico. Caldwell played in 13 games for the Lobos, averaging 5.8 points and 5.7 assists per game before missing the remainder of the season for an indefinite suspension for a battery charge that was later dropped.…Continue Reading »

UNM Basketball: Utah State Aggies visit on Senior Night

UNM Basketball: Utah State Aggies visit on Senior Night

Senior Night is supposed to be a celebration. After a tumultuous season that saw the Lobos (17-13, 6-11) fall from a 15-3 record to losing 10 of 12, the night may be bittersweet at best. JaQuan Lyle and Corey Manigault, the only remaining seniors, have had respectable seasons, but it certainly hasn’t gone as expected.…Continue Reading »

UNM Basketball: Lobos face final road test against Air Force

UNM Basketball: Lobos face final road test against Air Force

Two games separate the Lobos (17-12, 6-10) from the Mountain West conference tournament. There’s not much time to build momentum heading into it, but they could manage to put something together that no one expects. With games remaining against Air Force (10-18, 4-12) and Utah State (23-7, 12-5), it’s very likely that the Lobos will…Continue Reading »

UNM Basketball: Lobos fall to Broncos 74-61 in Boise

UNM Basketball: Lobos fall to Broncos 74-61 in Boise

Losers of three-straight games, including home losses against Nevada and UNLV, the University of New Mexico Lobos looked to break their losing streak on the road against a Boise State team that they beat back in December to kick off Mountain West Conference play. The roster the Lobos brought out against the Broncos on Sunday…Continue Reading »

UNM Basketball: Alford, Neal make first return to The Pit

UNM Basketball: Alford, Neal make first return to The Pit

It’s safe to say that Saturday night didn’t go as planned. Sure, the Lobos (17-10, 6-8) didn’t let Bryce Hamilton single-handedly defeat them. It was more like they beat themselves in the final minutes. The Lobos uncharacteristically missed six foul shots within the last five minutes of the game, letting the result slip away. The…Continue Reading »