New Mexico has hired former Wright State coach Mike Bradbury to take the helm of the women's basketball program.
2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/13W 65-57
- 11/17L 78-59
- 11/21W 84-71
- 11/24W 83-43
- 11/27W 70-48
- 11/28L 78-69
- 12/2L 70-62
- 12/5W 63-58
- 12/12W 60-52
- 12/16W 72-53
- 12/20L 52-47
- 12/30W 51-47
- 1/2L 69-65
- 1/9L 72-56
- 1/13W 67-53
- 1/16L 66-48
- 1/23W 71-57
- 1/27W 63-33
- 1/30L 81-60
- 2/3L 57-48
- 2/6L 51-46
- 2/10W 73-70
- 2/13L 59-58
- 2/17W 70-60
- 2/20W 47-28
- 2/2425L 49-48
- 2/27L 51-43
- 3/1W 64-45
- 3/4W 66-42
- 3/8W 65-51
- 3/922L 60-42
- 3/16L 75-67
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Elin Gustavsson scored 18 points on Wednesday night and No. 22 Colorado State beat fifth-seeded New Mexico 60-42 in the Mountain West Conference tournament semifinals.
Keyora Wharry had 15 points and the No. 25 Colorado State women held on to win their 22nd straight Wednesday night, 49-48 over New Mexico.
Final: Boise State 66, New Mexico 60
Boise State's Yaiza Rodriguez lies on the court after her team's 66-60 win over New Mexcico in the Mountain West Conference championship. Boise State secured its third NCAA tournament appearance in program history and first since 2007.
Yaiza Rodriguez scored 18 points and fourth-seeded Boise State beat second-seeded New Mexico 66-60 on Friday to win the Mountain West title and earn the automatic NCAA berth.
No. 4 Texas beats New Mexico 86-37
Johnson helps No. 5 Stanford over New Mexico
No. 18 DePaul puts away New Mexico 97-59
Walker leads No. 5 Texas A&M over New Mexico
Ebony Walker, the captain of the University of New Mexico women's basketball team has been suspended from the team indefinitely after being arrested and accused of assaulting her boyfriend.
The captain of the University of New Mexico women's basketball team has been arrested and accused of assaulting her boyfriend.
A University of New Mexico football player has been suspended from the team following his arrest in a domestic violence case.
Ogwumike and No. 6 Stanford women beat New Mexico
Colorado downs New Mexico in 85-53 rout
Lexy Kresl scored 20 points to lead No. 23 Colorado over New Mexico 84-39 Saturday, extending the Buffaloes undefeated streak to 11-0.
Jasmine James had 17 points and six steals, and No. 8 Georgia shut down New Mexico 72-42 on Saturday night.
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