UNM makes Terry Armstrong’s Final 4

By Isabel Gonzalez
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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.

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Makuach Maluach – Not just a game anymore

Sophomore Makuach Maluach is on the cover of Lindy’s Sports. The magazine is set to come out on Sept. 11. Isabel Gonzalez/ The Lobo Lair
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Makuach Maluach played soccer as a child. He grew up watching his cousin play basketball and would sometimes join him on Sundays. It was just something fun to do. But today, things are different.

Maluach is not only playing Division I basketball for the University of New Mexico. He recently found out that he is on the cover of Lindy’s college basketball preview. The magazine is set to hit the shelves on Sept. 11. Continue reading “Makuach Maluach – Not just a game anymore”

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MBB Update: Sept. 6, 2018

Head coach Paul Weir scheduled a press conference for Sept. 6 to give updates on the program.
Isabel Gonzalez
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University of New Mexico head coach Paul Weir held a press conference on Thursday to give a few updates about the men’s basketball schedule and the program. Much of what he talked about was what he had already told the media and public during Tuesday’s schedule release party. However, a few new updates came out: Continue reading “MBB Update: Sept. 6, 2018”

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Men’s basketball hosts schedule release party – kind of

The University of New Mexico men’s basketball team has 28 games in the calendar so far but the official schedule is yet to be released. Isabel Gonzalez/The Lobo Lair
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Don’t get your hopes up just yet because the official men’s basketball schedule is still in the works as University of New Mexico head coach Paul Weir continues to iron out a few more details. This, however, didn’t stop him from hosting a schedule release party for some Lobo fans on Tuesday evening. A few new details were released, but overall it was an event meant to be open and communicate with those who have been anxiously waiting for some news. Continue reading “Men’s basketball hosts schedule release party – kind of”

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Feature: Vance Jackson, ready to play

Vance Jackson, a UConn transfer, sat out last season due to NCAA transfer rules. Isabel Gonzalez/The Lobo Lair
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Watching from the bench for an entire season wasn’t easy for Vance Jackson, but the wait is almost over.

“I’m really excited,” he said. “Sitting last year watching the games and seeing how the fans in New Mexico engage and go crazy, I just can’t wait to play in front of them.” Continue reading “Feature: Vance Jackson, ready to play”

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Keith McGee officially part of Lobo roster

Isabel Gonzalez
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Keith McGee has finished the academic requirements needed to transfer and has officially joined the New Mexico roster. The news came via press release on Tuesday morning.

McGee is a South Plains College transfer who spent the summer trying to graduate early so he could join the Lobos for the 2018-19 season. He had been announced to sign back in April and was in Albuquerque during the summer, but McGee didn’t officially join the program until now. Continue reading “Keith McGee officially part of Lobo roster”

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Zane Martin transfers to New Mexico

Isabel Gonzalez
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“In this whole process, all I wanted was a program that believed in me as much as I believed in myself,” said Zane Martin in the commitment video that announced he had chosen to go to the University of New Mexico. Continue reading “Zane Martin transfers to New Mexico”

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