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Who’s Running Point?

Turnovers are terrible for point guards and tough on rosters. Heading into his second year as head coach at New Mexico, Paul Weir has a roster full of turnover and one glaring question in the backcourt. Who is their starting point guard? “If there’s a position on our roster that is going to be something…MORE

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  • Men's Basketball: Lobos host Colorado looking to get back in the win column
    The University of New Mexico men's basketball team got off to a good start on its three-game trip away from home, but went sideways in a hurry en route to getting thumped by New Mexico State and St. Mary's. New Mexico (4-3) will hope to right the ship now that it is back in the […]
  • Women's Basketball: Strong defense helps Lobos overcome sluggish start against UTEP
    It looked very much in doubt about midway through the first quarter, but the University of New Mexico women's basketball team turned up the defensive intensity to shift things in its favor and won its fifth straight game by taking down UTEP at Dreamstyle Arena on Wednesday. New Mexico (6-1) was down early, struggling to […]
  • Men's Basketball: Lobos improve to 4-1 with road win over Bradley
    The University of New Mexico men’s basketball team collected another win thanks, in part, to some sharp-shooting from the 3-point line. Senior guard Anthony Mathis poured in seven 3-pointers en route to scoring a game-high 23 points to lead his Lobos to an 85-75 victory over the Bradley Braves on Saturday evening. New Mexico entered […]
  • Grad Issue: Leadership skills has student-athlete poised for success
    Students often find it difficult to attend college and balance priorities — and student-athletes make it that much more challenging when they decide to throw playing a sport into the mix. Muñoz, who decided to pursue communication as a major while minoring in marketing said she knew right away that the University of New Mexico […]
  • Men's Basketball: Lobos crushed by New Mexico State
    Chants of “Judas” and “You’re a sellout” filled the air of the Pan American Center in Las Cruces on Tuesday evening. Other ill-natured chants about the University of New Mexico men’s basketball team filled the air, too. Inevitably, the negativity directed at UNM and its head coach had a grueling effect on the outcome of […]
  • Women's Basketball: Lobos prepare to take on UTEP
    The University of New Mexico women’s basketball team will look to build on its four game winning streak when it welcomes the UTEP Miners to town on Wednesday at 7 p.m.. The Miners are 2-5 on the season and have lost five straight, most recently at home to Arkansas State last Saturday. However, those five […]
  • Women's Basketball: Lobos win big over the Aggies
    The New Mexico Lobos cruised to an easy victory over New Mexico State on Saturday at Dreamstyle Arena behind a big first half run in a game that finished 83-58. The Lobos played probably their most complete half of basketball of the season in the first half against the Aggies. Things were close early on, […]
  • Women's Basketball: Ahlise Hurst wins Mountain West Player of the Week
    Ahlise Hurst was named the Mountain West Player of the Week on Monday for her performances against Oklahoma and New Mexico State last week, and became the third straight Lobo to win the award, following Aisia Robertson and Jaisa Nunn.
  • Women's Basketball: Lobos to host Aggies for early bragging rights
    The University of New Mexico women’s basketball team will look to build off an upset win over the Oklahoma Sooners on Saturday, Dec. 1 as they take on the New Mexico State Aggies in the first of two matchups between the teams at Dreamstyle Arena — The Pit at 2 p.m.. The Aggies are 4-1 […]
  • Men’s Basketball: Lobos head to Cruces to face NMSU
    The University of New Mexico men’s basketball team will head to Las Cruces on Tuesday evening to face in-state rival, New Mexico State. It’s the second meeting between the two teams this season, as the Aggies (6-1) defeated UNM (4-1) at the Pit on Nov. 17, 98-94, behind a big night from AJ Harris. He […]

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Edwina Tops-Alexander wins $1.4 million Super Grand Prix in Prague

Edwina Tops-Alexander wins $1.4 million Super Grand Prix in Prague

One fence down halfway, Edwina Tops-Alexander pulled out all the stops to become the first winner of the Longines Global Champions Tour Super Grand Prix in Prague. The Australian won the Super Grand Prix with a second-round time of 61.08 seconds, less than half a second faster than German veteran Ludger Beerbaum and almost four…

Wimbledon tennis buys golf club, members to pocket $107K each

Wimbledon tennis buys golf club, members to pocket $107K each

Celebrities such as Piers Morgan and nearly 800 other members of a London golf club will earn £85,000 ($107,100) each after agreeing the sale of their Wimbledon Park Golf Club to the organizer of the Wimbledon grand slam tennis tournament. The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) has acquired the land, which lies across the…

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