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Albuquerque, NM, United States

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Lobo hoops notebook: Pitino says roster is set, Sandia Prep alum to walk on

Lobo men's basketball coach Richard Pitino says he's happy with the program's recruiting hall this offseason. → Read More

Lobos land skilled forward transfer Josiah Allick

The UNM Lobos got a commitment Sunday from 6-8 forward Josiah Allick, who played the past three seasons at UMKC. → Read More

Prep softball: Carlsbad, Gallup take home blue trophies

About 30 minutes before the Carlsbad Cavegirls took the field for warmups ahead of Saturday’s Class 5A state softball championship game at UNM Field, the Sharpie came out. And about 15 minutes before they started warming up, so did the tears. “Yeah, those brats made me cry,” admitted Carlsbad coach Brian Santo. Every player wrote […] → Read More

Softball: For first time in 21 years, no metro teams make Championship Saturday

For the first time in 21 years, New Mexico's state high school softball championship round will not have a metro-area team playing. → Read More

Aggie Caravan gives, receives energy during Albuquerque stop

The new Aggies on the block -- new football and men's and women's basketball coaches -- have a shared optimism for the future. → Read More

Lobo basketball lands coveted transfer

The UNM Lobos got a commitment Sunday from power forward Morris Udeze from Wichita State. → Read More

Ex-Lobo Caldwell's case dismissed; prosecution's error blamed

More than two years after a woman came forward alleging a former University of New Mexico men's bask ... → Read More

Who's afraid of the big bad Lobo? Howard strikes fear in hearts of pitchers

UNM Lobo Andrea Howard nears the end of a stellar playing career as one of the most feared hitters in college softball. → Read More

It's about time: Rules speed up Isotopes games, but require adjustments

Trying to shave time off long games, MLB is trying out new pace of play rules in the minors, and it's working at Isotopes Park. → Read More

Lobo Todd plans to transfer again

New Mexico men’s basketball guard Taryn Todd has entered his name in the NCAA transfer portal, indicating he plans to leave the program for yet another school. The 6-foot-5 guard from Canada transferred to UNM last summer from TCU and averaged this past season 4.2 points, 2.2 rebounds and 0.8 steals in 29 games played, […] → Read More

Former Lobo Singleton says he's going to George Mason

Former Lobo guard Saquan Singleton on Saturday announced he will be transferring to George Mason for his final season of college basketball. → Read More

Pilipovich returns to UNM Lobo basketball staff

Former Air Force head coach Dave Pilipovich is returning to the UNM Lobos men's basketball staff after one year coaching in the G League. → Read More

Observer: Not 25 'better' prep seniors nationally than Lobo recruit Dent

While college basketball focuses on transfers, future UNM Lobo Donovan Dent is receiving praise after capping off a dominant prep career. → Read More

As Pacheco settles in as hitting coach, Isotopes bats are heating up

At home again in Albuquerque, Jordan Pacheco is settling in nicely as the Albuquerque Isotopes new hitting coach. → Read More

Isotopes celebrate 10 millionth fan

The Albuquerque Isotopes on Thursday welcomed through its gates their 10 millionth fan since the franchise's first game in 2003. → Read More

VIDEO: One-shot drone video encapsulates Isotopes experience

A masterfully-produced drone video released by the Albuquerque Isotopes is giving fans their game day experience fix ahead of the season. → Read More

Rick vs. Richard: Iona to play at UNM in December

The University of New Mexico men’s basketball team has agreed to a home-and-home series with Iona University. UNM coach Richard Pitino will coach against his father, Rick, on Dec. 18 when Iona visits the Pit and faces the Lobos. The elder Pitino has brought teams to Albuquerque before — Boston University in 1980 and the […] → Read More

Triple play: Isotopes debut these culinary all-stars

Green chile plays a leading role in two of the three new ballpark dishes this coming season at Isotopes Park. → Read More

Lobo hoops: House wants pro evaluation, McHale leaves staff

Lobo point guard Jaelen House will seek NBA feedback and Dan McHale moves on from UNM coaching staff after three seasons. → Read More

Emptying the Notebook: Lobos must address their 'bigs' problem

Here are some extra notes, quotes and stats I emptied out of the old notebook after Wednesday's MWC Tournament game between UNM and Nevada. → Read More