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UNM Football: 2020 Lobo football schedule released

UNM Football: 2020 Lobo football schedule released

The 2020 schedule for the University of New Mexico football team was released today. The inaugural season of the Danny Gonzales era of Lobo football includes 13 games, with six home games beginning with the home opener on August 29th against Idaho State. The away schedule includes a pair of challenging non-conference games against Mississippi…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 Baseball: Lobos host Northern Colorado in home opener

UNM Baseball: Lobos host Northern Colorado in home opener

The University of New Mexico Lobos returned home from Surprise, Arizona, with a 2-2 record in the Sanderson Ford College Baseball Classic. UNM fell to No. 25 Oregon State 11-4 on Valentine’s Day but bounced back with a pair of wins over BYU in a double-header on Saturday, February 15th. Junior starting pitcher Aaron Makil…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 »