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New Mexico guard will leave the program and become a graduate transfer

New Mexico head coach Craig Neal announced during his end-of-year press conference that junior guard Arthur Edwards is leaving the program. The 6-foot-5 Edwards played for two seasons at New Mexico after transferring in from NW Florida State. 104 more words

Air Force Stays Alive In Mountain West Tourney With Win Over New Mexico

By Will Connolly

The Air Force Falcons probably surprised a lot of on-lookers in Wednesday’s 68-61 victory over the New Mexico Lobos in the first round of the Mountain West tournament. 485 more words

NCAA Tournament

Air Force Prepare For Entry Game In Mountain West Championships

By Will Connolly

Currently sitting at No. 9 in the Mountain West conference, Air Force will have to take down the mighty Lobos of New Mexico before they can actually celebrate being a part of the conference tournament. 468 more words

College Basketball

Boise State has tough slate in 2015 as MWC releases schedule

Defending Mountain West Conference champion Boise State has quite the challenging schedule ahead of it in 2015. In addition to opening the season on a Friday night at home against former head coach Chris Petersen and Washington, the Broncos visit BYU and Virginia before getting to the Mountain West Conference schedule in October. 326 more words

Rumor Mill

New Mexico guard Hugh Greenwood wants more out of his teammates

New Mexico senior point guard has had a great four-year career and he’s going through an especially difficult time right now during a six-game losing streak. 230 more words

New Mexico shuts down forward for the rest of the season

New Mexico junior Jordan Goodman will be out for the rest of the season, as the forward is shutting it down after facing multiple injuries during the year. 183 more words

Hugh Greenwood's postgame interview tripled donations to cancer research fund

New Mexico guard Hugh Greenwood had a postgame interview go viral after he credited his 22 point performance — and first dunk in three years – in a win at UNLV on a person on twitter that made vile jokes about his mother, who is battling breast cancer. 148 more words