On Tuesday night, four-star 2019 shooting guard Terry Armstrong narrowed down his list of schools and New Mexico made it into the final four. Armstrong has scheduled an official visit for Oct. 19-21, per Jake Weingarten.
The Mountain West announced that University of New Mexico safety Marcus Hayes had been named Defensive Player of the Week on Monday morning.
Hayes, a redshirt freshman, is the first Lobo football player to receive this honor during the 2018 season. He earned it after his performance during UNM’s 42-25 victory over the New Mexico State Aggies on Saturday. The Lobos intercepted a total of five passes that night, with Hayes being responsible for two of them. Continue reading “Football: Hayes MW Defensive Player of the Week”→
The University of New Mexico Lobos took down their rivals from the south 42-25 on Saturday night for the battle of the Rio Grande at Las Cruces. New Mexico State was coming in with back-to-back wins in the last two meetings with UNM, but the Lobos broke the streak and now return to the 505 with a winning record of 2-1. The Aggies are now at 0-4. Continue reading “Lobos take Rio Grande Rivalry 42-25”→
Like every year, the burning of a 25-foot tall Aggie took place the Thursday before the Rio Grande Rivalry/Battle of I-25 football game between the University of New Mexico and New Mexico State. Continue reading “Red Rally”→
Some nights players get to spend some time talking to fans at the end of a game. But after Tuesday’s 2-1 loss to UC Santa Barbara, head coach Jeremy Fishbein made it clear he wanted his team to head to the locker room as soon as possible.
Both the University of New Mexico men’s soccer team and the football team had good starts against ranked opponents this weekend. However, neither was able to finish with a win. Continue reading “Weekend Recap: Sept. 7-9”→
Bob Davie knew exactly how to begin his opening statement during Tuesday’s press conference.
“There’s an elephant in the room. I know what you are all thinking,” Davie addressed the media. “Incarnate Word to Wisconsin.”
The University of New Mexico football team is traveling to Madison, Wis., to take on the University of Wisconsin Badgers. It’s an understatement to say that this opponent will be different from Incarnate Word, the team the Lobos defeated 62-30 last weekend. Davie said he had a lot of respect for UIW, but he is well aware how tough this upcoming game will be. Continue reading “New Mexico football: Incarnate Word to Wisconsin”→