Caldwell officially signs with New Mexico

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The University of New Mexico men’s basketball team officially announced JJ Caldwell signing with the Lobos on Friday. The former Texas A&M point guard will be eligible immediately during the 2019-20 campaign as a redshirt junior with two years of eligibility remaining.

“I chose UNM for the great tradition and the coaches,” Caldwell said on a statement. “The coaching staff told me the truth from the start and told me it was not going to be easy. I’m just glad I get to represent the Lobos and hopefully help reach our goals.” Continue reading “Caldwell officially signs with New Mexico”

Mathis will return for 2019-20 campaign

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University of New Mexico men’s basketball senior Anthony Mathis will be returning for one more season as a Lobo. The news broke on Wednesday afternoon.

Head coach Paul Weir asked to meet in person to tell him he was officially eligible to extend his college basketball career in New Mexico. Mathis was shocked when he heard the news. 

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Aggies get six straight against the Lobos

For the first time this season, the Aggies and the Lobos experienced a game that went into extra innings. Isabel Gonzalez/The Lobo Lair
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It took over five hours to decide a winner for Tuesday’s Rio Grande Rivalry game. After 10 innings, the New Mexico State Aggies defeated the New Mexico Lobos 11-8. This is the first time the Aggies defeat UNM in six straight occasions. Continue reading “Aggies get six straight against the Lobos”

Lobo baseball hosts Aggies for Rio Grande Rivalry

The New Mexico State Aggies have defeated the Lobos five times in a row. New Mexico is looking to break that streak on Tuesday by using home advantage. Isabel Gonzalez/The Lobo Lair
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New Mexico vs New Mexico State
April 16, 2019 – 6pm MT
Santa Ana Star Field
Watch: Mountain West Network

Part II of the Rio Grande Rivalry will take place this Tuesday in Albuquerque.

When the Lobos traveled down to Las Cruces on March 26, things didn’t go their way. They had to return home with a 5-13 loss, which was one of 10 losses New Mexico suffered that month. Continue reading “Lobo baseball hosts Aggies for Rio Grande Rivalry”