Help is on the way. Or, at least that’s the hope for the UNM Lobos men’s basketball team which landed another verbal commitment over the weekend to join the program next season. Isaiah Maurice, a 6-foot-10 forward/center who started his college career at Kansas State and is playing this season at South Plains College in Levelland, Texas, gave a verbal commitment to Lobos head coach Paul Weir while on an official recruiting visit this weekend in Albuquerque.
On the night the Lobos learned more help is on the way for the future, one of the four seniors on this year’s still-struggling roster again tried to make a statement that this season ain’t over yet. Saturday the Lobos lost 65-62 at home to New Mexico State, but they also received a verbal commitment from 6-foot-10 forward/center Isaiah Maurice, who is playing at South Plains College in Texas after having spent the previous two seasons (one as a redshirt freshman) at the Big 12’s Kansas State .
One team fought desperately to prove to the 12,768 fans who showed up to Dreamstyle Arena on Saturday night that, despite its struggles, it isn’t finished yet. The New Mexico State Aggies got 22 points from senior Zach Lofton and held the host New Mexico Lobos without a field goal in the final 6 minutes and 40 seconds to sweep their in-state rivals with a 65-62 win, giving the program its first sweep in the rivalry since the 2002-03 season.
@lovato34 I've been hearing from some fans that are trying to attend events for the first time surprised at all the costs that aren't advertised and the high prices of concessions. But that's all been going on a long time at UNM.
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