TLL Interview With Lobo WBB Coach Mike Bradbury

Joe Auletta

Joe: The season is over, but from all the signs around here—and from things you said last April, it hasn’t slowed down for the staff. Thanks for taking a few minutes to do an interview before things get busy again.  I assume a lot of that is recruits before the late signing period?

Coach Bradbury:  A little bit of that, but mostly it’s dealing with our team. You’ve got to decompress. You’ve got to figure out who’s coming and who’s going. It’s a lot more hectic than you think.

Joe: Last summer you said that things calm down when kids come back in August and you got into a routine.  What keeps you so busy during the next four months until August?

We’re taking care of in house things for now. That will go on until later this month, and then we go out recruiting looking for young kids. That’s towards the end of the month and then we will probably have visits by
people in April and May–people like transfers who want to see if they fit with your kids. We also have a recruiting weekend in May that we have to go out. May’s not bad other than some visits. Continue reading “TLL Interview With Lobo WBB Coach Mike Bradbury”

Lobo baseball hits the road

The University of New Mexico baseball team will be on the road all week. The Lobos start their journey against the No. 15 Texas Tech Red Raiders and finish in California against Mountain West opponent Fresno State.

Tuesday: New Mexico at No. 15 Texas Tech
5:30pm MT

Wednesday: New Mexico at No. 15 Texas Tech

Friday: New Mexico at Fresno State

Saturday: New Mexico at Fresno State

Sunday: New Mexico at Fresno State

Caldwell officially signs with New Mexico

Isabel Gonzalez

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

Isabel Gonzalez

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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