The team started practice in the film room with the guys watching a video about defense. The Lobos then headed to The Pit floor and began with 20 minutes of stretching. After stretching they had three stations. Dan McHale was leading a station focusing on defense, Brandon Mason was leading the shooting/layup station and Jerome Robinson worked on dribbling. It’s common for head coach Paul Weir to allow assistant coaches to take over during summer workouts and practices. Continue reading “Practice Notes: July 19, 2019”
The University of New Mexico men’s basketball team has shaken up its staff this offseason. All three of the newly assigned members bring something different to the table, but head coach Paul Weir happened to select members who have all previously been head coaches themselves. Continue reading “Former head coaches aim to turn New Mexico MBB into a winning program”
More official news regarding the University of New Mexico men’s basketball staff were released on Tuesday. The program has now brought back former assistant coach Craig Snow as a special assistant to the head coach.
“I am very excited to return to UNM under the leadership of coach Paul Weir,” Snow said in the school’s official statement. “He has a tremendous vision for Lobo basketball and I am looking forward to being a part of the program’s future success.” Continue reading “UNM hires Craig Snow as special assistant to men’s basketball head coach”
It has definitely not been a boring offseason for the University of New Mexico men’s basketball team. There have been a couple staff and roster changes recently but the players staying must continue to prepare for the fall.
JaQuan Lyle, who was forced to sit out last season with a ruptured Achilles tendon (and the previous one due to NCAA transfer rules), is counting down the days to get back on the court. Here is what he had to share regarding this offseason. Continue reading “Offseason Talk: JaQuan Lyle”
University of New Mexico men’s basketball video coordinator Ralph Davis has officially been named director of operations for the team, the Lobos announced on Monday morning. He will be replacing Ryan Berryman, whom the school named Associate Athletic Director for Business Operations in May.
Davis is now entering his second season with the Lobos. He was the New Mexico Military Institute Broncos’ head coach before being hired at UNM in August 2018. Prior to that leadership position, Davis served in the assistant/associate coach capacity for the Broncos from 2009 – July 2015.
“Ralph has been terrific since coming on board and I am excited to see him continue to grow here,” said UNM head coach Paul Weir on an official statement. “He has demonstrated to all of us his dedication and expertise which I know will continue in his new role.”