Sam Logwood and Troy Simons scored 24 points apiece as New Mexico held off a late Wyoming surge for a 119-114 victory on Tuesday night to take sole possession of fourth place in the Mountain West Conference standings.
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- 11/24L 69-67
- 11/25L 80-65
- 11/29W 78-59
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- 12/6L 75-57
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- 1/20W 79-75
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Anthony Mathis tied his career-high 25 points, including a career-best seven 3-pointers, helping New Mexico to a 78-63 win Wednesday over Utah State.
Ryan Swan scored 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds and Air Force earned a season split with New Mexico by upsetting the Lobos, 100-92 on Saturday afternoon in a Mountain West Conference battle.
Chandler Hutchison made a layup with 16 seconds remaining to put Boise State up for the first time in the second half and the Broncos beat New Mexico 73-71 on Tuesday night.
Joe Lunardi Senior Writer, ESPN.com
TUE HEADLINES: Xavier must win at Butler, otherwise Auburn is next in line for a No. 1 seed. Cincinnati is next in line for a No. 2 seed if either Michigan State or Kansas loses. Boise State could drop out with a loss at New Mexico, making way for (gulp!) Syracuse.
Sam Logwood scored the Lobos' final six points and New Mexico denied San Jose State its first Mountain West Conference win this season, beating the Spartans 71-68 on Saturday.
Koby McEwen set career highs with 31 points and 13 rebounds, Sam Merrill added 18 points, and Utah State held off New Mexico 89-80 on Wednesday night to win its third straight.
Chris Jackson had his first double-double for New Mexico, leading four teammates in double figures and helping the Lobos beat Colorado State 80-65 on Saturday night.
Antino Jackson scored New Mexico's five points in the closing moments, including the go-ahead jumper with 22 seconds left, to lift the Lobos to a 79-75 victory Saturday over San Diego State.
Anthony Mathis scored 14 points, including a 4-point play and a 3-pointer in the final 77 seconds, to help New Mexico rally from a late 11-point deficit and beat UNLV 85-81 on Wednesday night for its first road win of the season.
Deshon Taylor scored 22 points, including nine at the free-throw line, leading five into double figures as Fresno State rallied past New Mexico 89-80 Saturday night.
Antino Jackson had a career-high 20 points and Joe Furstinger added a double-double as New Mexico overcame a sloppy performance to beat Wyoming 75-66 Wednesday.
Sticky fingers and 15 points from Makuach Maluach off the bench helped New Mexico cruise to an easy 80-47 victory Saturday over San José State.
Justinian Jessup scored 23 points and led five players in double-figure scoring and Boise State downed New Mexico 90-62 in Mountain West Conference action on Wednesday night.
Caleb Martin poured in 24 points, scored on successive possessions in the last two minutes and Lindsey Drew swatted away a potential game-tying shot with two seconds to go as Nevada held off New Mexico 77-74 on Saturday.
Joe Furstinger dropped his third consecutive double-double and five other New Mexico players reached double figures as the Lobos beat Air Force 87-58 in their Mountain West opener Wednesday night.
Joe Furstinger set a career high for the second straight game, finishing with 20 points to lead New Mexico to an 87-78 win over Prairie View A&M on Friday.
After four years, Joe Furstinger nabbed his first double-double, leading New Mexico to a 78-69 victory over Rice on Tuesday night.
In his second game back from a broken foot, Rawle Alkins scored a career-best 26 points to lead No. 23 Arizona to an 89-73 win over New Mexico on Saturday night.
Zach Lofton scored 22 points for New Mexico State and two potential tying shots hit rim and bounced away in the closing five seconds for New Mexico as the Aggies came away with a 65-62 win Saturday night.
Dominique Collier scored 14 of his 16 points in the second half and Colorado broke open a close game with a late run to beat New Mexico 75-57 on Wednesday night.
Omega Harris hit 9 off 11 shots from the floor, including all four of his 3-pointers, and scored a career-high 28 to lead UTEP to an 88-76 victory over New Mexico on Saturday night.
Sam Logwood and Troy Simons scored 14 points apiece, leading five New Mexico players in double figures Wednesday night as the Lobos beat Evansville 78-59.