New Mexico’s males’s tennis group (15-5, 6-0 Mountain West) concluded an ideal schedule in league play Saturday with a 4-1 win over UNLV on Senior Day at McKinnon Household Tennis Stadium.
UNM’s lone senior, Alex Maggs, teamed up for a 6-0 win at No. 1 doubles and in addition prevailed as a late alternative at No. 4 singles.
Second-year coach Chris Russell now takes the Lobos as the highest seed to the league event, the place the Lobos will play the No. 4 or No. 5 group Thursday in Las Vegas, Nevada. The event champion will earn an computerized NCAA bid.
Arda Azkara, who teamed up with Maggs in doubles, additionally picked up a 6-1, 6-4 win at No. 1 singles, which means his good streak of by no means dropping at No. 1 at residence will carry all the way in which into the 2024 season.
BASEBALL: The chilly and snowy climate in Colorado Springs Saturday was insupportable for baseball. Because of this, the Lobos and host Air Power hope to play twice on Sunday, with hotter climate anticipated, to concluded their three-game sequence. Air Power (17-23, 10-0 Mountain West) took the Friday opener 9-6 over UNM (18-15, 6-9).
WOMEN’S TENNIS: In Fort Collins, Colo., UNM misplaced 4-0 to No. 75 Wyoming in a match moved indoors due to inclement climate. UNM (10-9, 3-7) now heads to the Mountain West event in Las Vegas because the No. 9 seed.
WOMEN’S GOLF: In Blaine, Wash., New Mexico State tries to set the document for many league titles with eight in its final Western Athletic Convention championship event, which begins Sunday. NMSU has gained seven of the final eight tournaments and shares the document with Tulsa. Subsequent season, the Aggies will compete in Convention USA.
SOFTBALL: Host San Diego State (29-12, 13-5) scored 4 first-inning runs and rode it to a 6-0 win over UNM (17-25, 4-12 MW) in sport two of their three-game set. The Aztecs gained the sequence opener 4-1 Friday evening. Sunday’s finale is about for 1 p.m.