The first game of the season series finale served as a reminder of a tough year. The Lobos lost the first of a three game series to U.C. Davis Friday night 13-8. The Lobos made an effort to change their fortune with a furious charge.
Stephen Cardullo was the heartwarming story from the Rockies organization over the past two seasons. In 2016, Cardullo went from independent baseball to triple-A and then the big leagues. In 2017, Cardullo made the opening day roster, but after not performing his best in the MLB he would be brought back to triple-A Albuquerque.
Connor MacDougall is headed to Utah Valley as a graduate transfer. The former Lobo signed a grant in aid award with the Wolverines Wednesday. The 6-foot-9 forward called the move a good fit after his recent graduation at New Mexico.
Larry Rose III has found another team to continue his NFL dream. The former New Mexico State running back signed a free agent deal with the Los Angeles Rams Tuesday. Rose signed with the Tennesse Titans as an undrafted free agent earlier this month before being placed on waivers.
Paul Weir sounds excited about what will be his second basketball season as the head coach of the University of New Mexico Lobos. Unlike last year, Weir got a real recruiting season and chance to build his roster like he wanted.
Marlon Cunningham compared the the recruiting process to a rollercoaster. That rollercoaster made it's final stop at Texas State, and Cunningham could not be more pleased. The 6-foot-7 forward out of Albuquerque High signed a letter of intent to join the Bobcats on Monday.
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Corey Bojorquez made the most of his opportunity at the New England Patriots rookie mini camp over the weekend. The former University of New Mexico punter was there for a tryout that has turned into much more.