Category Archives: NM United Soccer

Zach Prince named NM United head coach/technical director

Zach Prince named NM United head coach/technical director

New Mexico United announced on Monday that their vacant head coaching and technical director position has been filled. Instead of looking outside the organization, the team promoted assistant coach Zach Prince to be the second head coach in the club’s history. Prince has been with the team since its inception and has been a critical…Continue Reading »

Troy Lesesne out as NM United head coach

New Mexico United head coach and technical director Troy Lesesne will not return to the club next season, according to an official release from the team.  Lesesne was the first head coach of the team since its inception in 2018, leading them both on the field and in the community. “My three and a half…Continue Reading »

United remain fourth after 0-2 loss to RGV FC

United remain fourth after 0-2 loss to RGV FC

Saturday night definitely wasn’t New Mexico United’s night. From start to finish, they just didn’t have it. Between being short-handed due to injuries, suspensions, and the compact schedule, there was a lot standing in their way. They just looked flat and tired, and with that performance, their playoff hopes took a hit. The match against…Continue Reading »

United head to San Diego with a chance to go fourth

While third place in the Mountain Division is likely out of reach within the time remaining, three clubs are still scrambling to try and secure the fourth and final playoff spot in the division. The results from around the division on Saturday provided United with some much-needed help as both Austin Bold and Rio Grande…Continue Reading »

United and Hartford battle to 2-2 draw

United and Hartford battle to 2-2 draw

In one of the more unlikely results of the season, New Mexico United had to come from behind to earn a draw with Hartford Athletic. The return to The Lab was supposed to help propel United in the two matches at home this week. While the energy did help them pick up a point, it…Continue Reading »

2-0 win vaults United into fourth place

2-0 win vaults United into fourth place

The night started with a whimper when a Rio Grande Valley FC player went down inside the first minute, but the pace quickened with both sides knowing what’s at stake. Both New Mexico United and RGV knew they had the chance to jump back above the playoff line. United also had the opportunity to negate…Continue Reading »