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NCAA releases graduation rates

NCAA releases graduation rates

October 29, 2014 — The NCAA has released official federal graduation rate data, and Lobo student-athletes have once again achieved a passing grade. New Mexico athletics graduated 55 percent of all student-athletes who enrolled as freshmen during the 2007-08 academic ...

UNM Athletics implements new traffic plan for Friday night's game

UNM Athletics implements new traffic plan for Friday night's game

September 24, 2014 — Due to ongoing construction of the mini-bridge on westbound Avenida Cesar Chavez from University to I-25, UNM has worked with the city to develop a traffic flow plan for the game on Friday night between the Lobos and Fresno State that kicks-off at ...

Lobo weight room goes beyond expectations

Lobo weight room goes beyond expectations

August 18, 2014 — Football players on the University of New Mexico football team range in ages from 17 to 23 years old. When you get to that age, it's hard to make someone in college act as giddy as a little kid getting to see a new present for the first time. So, ...

Come home early

Come home early

August 11, 2014 — University Stadium seats 39,224 Lobo faithful, but if you invite ESPN, suddenly 98 million households can watch UNM take on the Fresno State Bulldogs on Friday, Sept. 26 at 6 p.m. It’s a good reason to move homecoming from its Saturday tradition to ...

Japanese professor conducts high altitude training, research at UNM

Japanese professor conducts high altitude training, research at UNM

July 25, 2014 — Yasushi Enomoto, associate professor of Health and Sport Sciences from the University of Tsukuba, Japan, is at the University of New Mexico with seven student runners studying the effects of high altitude on hemoglobin and performance levels. Enomoto ...

Lobos cruise through APR Scores

May 14, 2014 — The University of New Mexico has once again scored high marks in the NCAA Academic Progress Rate Institutional Report, released publicly by the NCAA today. Today's report, which is the 2012-13 report, marks the fourth consecutive year that the Lobos ...

Lobo Football treated to Greek theater

Lobo Football treated to Greek theater

April 25, 2014 — The University of New Mexico football team got a glimpse of what life would be like after spring practice – and then took in a Greek comedy. The Lobos practiced without shoulder pads Thursday on the second to last day of spring football practice. The ...

UNM meets Stanford in NCAA South Region second round battle

UNM meets Stanford in NCAA South Region second round battle

March 17, 2014 — In their quest to finish what Kendall Williams calls “unfinished business,” the No. 7 NCAA seed New Mexico Lobos know who, where and when: the No. 10 Stanford Cardinal in St. Louis on Friday. The winner of that game is expected to advance and play ...

UNM's Riddle to be honored as Female Athlete Of The Year

UNM's Riddle to be honored as Female Athlete Of The Year

February 21, 2014 — Chantale Riddle will be honored at 41st annual New Mexico Sports Hall of Fame ceremony as the Collegiate Female Athlete of the Year on Sunday, Feb. 23. The New Mexico Sports Hall of Fame (formerly the Albuquerque Sports Hall of Fame) was formed in ...

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