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Sophomore Kendall Williams scored a team-high16 points – including 3 of 4 free throws in the final 28 seconds – to help New Mexico to a 76-71 victory over Arizona State on Friday night in Tempe, Ariz.
Williams and senior Drew Gordon came off the bench as the Lobos changed up their starting line in wake of UNM’s home loss to New Mexico State Wednesday night.
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Kendall Williams scored 16 points, including 3 of 4 free throws in the final 28 seconds, to help New Mexico pull out a 76-71 victory over Arizona State on Friday night.
Williams also had seven rebounds and seven assists as the Lobos avoided what would have been a second straight embarrassing loss for the Mountain West Conference favorites.
Drew Gordon added 13 points and nine rebounds...
On Friday night at Wells Fargo arena, Sun Devil basketball fought a hard battle but ultimately fell short to the New Mexico Lobos 76-71. Despite being plagued by turnovers, which is becoming a theme of the 2011 season, the maroon and gold are slowly but surely making improvements.
The New Mexico Lobos battled into a 10-7 second-quarter lead, but couldn't contain Wyoming's super freshman Brett Smith, who had 352 total yards in the Cowboys' bowl-eligible 31-10 win over UNM.
Kendall Williams scored 16 points, including 3 of 4 free throws in the final 28 seconds, to help New Mexico pull out a 76-71 victory over Arizona State on Friday night. Williams also had seven rebounds and seven assists as the Lobos avoided what would have been a second straight embarrassing loss for the Mountain West Conference favorites. Drew Gordon added 13 points and nine rebounds...
The New Mexico Lobos got 16 points, seven rebounds and seven assists from sophomore Kendall Williams to pace UNM to a 76-71 non-conference win over Arizona State in Tempe. Ariz.
In the opening round of the 2011 Mountain West Volleyball Tournament, the Wyoming Cowgirl volleyball team (21-10 overall) needed four sets (25-23, 27-25, 20-25, 25-21) to earn the victory over the New Mexico Lobos (14-14 overall) on Friday night in Albuquerque. The Cowgirls now move on to the semi-finals of the tournament to face the number one seed Colorado State Rams. The match...
The great thing about November basketball ... you never have to dwell too long after a loss. That is most certainly the case with the University of New Mexico Lobos. After a disappointing 62-53 loss to New Mexico State in The Pit, the Lobos get a chance to cleanse the palette so to speak as the cherry and silver take on the Arizona State Sun Devils.
The New Mexico Lobos are heading toward a cold greeting in Laramie where UNM is looking for its second straight win and the Wyoming Cowboys are looking to become bowl eligible for the 2011 postseason.
ew Mexico team captains were junior quarterback B.R. Holbrook, senior linebacker Carmen Messina and senior safety Bubba Forrest.-- The Lobos' 14-play, 57-yard field-goal drive spanning the first and second quarters tied the most plays they ran in a drive this season.-- The 31 points UNM allowed were the fewest the defense has given up on the road since a 16-point effort at New Mexico State
Freshman Crusoe Gongbay rushed for 52 yards and had four receptions for another 36 yards to lead New Mexico with lost to Wyoming 31-10 Saturday.