NCAAB podcast with Michelle Richardson: Sooners clear winner over OSU; Indiana’s Wesson scoring helps Hoosiers to win; plus more

photo from yahoo.sports.com: Oklahoma forward Kristian Doolittle (21) pushes past Oklahoma St guard Avery Anderson III (0) during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game in Norman, Okla., Saturday, Feb. 1, 2020. On the NCAAB podcast with Michelle: #1 The Oklahoma Sooners (14-7) took it to Oklahoma State (10-11) 82-69 in Norman OklahomaContinue reading “NCAAB podcast with Michelle Richardson: Sooners clear winner over OSU; Indiana’s Wesson scoring helps Hoosiers to win; plus more”

NCAAF podcast with Michelle Richardson: New Mexico just couldn’t get over SJSU’s 20-point second quarter rally; Michigan won, but struggled; LSU coasts to big win

photo from albuquerquejournal.com: New Mexico’s Jordan Kress (9) catches a TD pass from Sheriron Jones on Friday night against host San Jose State. RON FRIED/SAN JOSE STATE ATHLETICS. On the NCAAF podcast with Michelle: #1 Michelle, we wanted to lead off asking you about your old alumnus, University of New Mexico, Lobos (2-3) struggled inContinue reading “NCAAF podcast with Michelle Richardson: New Mexico just couldn’t get over SJSU’s 20-point second quarter rally; Michigan won, but struggled; LSU coasts to big win”

San Jose State defeats New Mexico 32-21 for first conference win of the season

Photo credit: @SanJoseStateFB By Ana Kieu SAN JOSE, Calif. — This Friday night looked very similar to last Friday night. San Jose State was looking for their first conference win of the season. The only difference? They defeated conference foe New Mexico at CEFCU Stadium. The Spartans, who were battle ready, had the ball toContinue reading “San Jose State defeats New Mexico 32-21 for first conference win of the season”

San Jose State hosts New Mexico Friday night

Photo credit: sjsuspartans.com By Ana Kieu San Jose State stunned the masses with a win over Arkansas, but was unable to finish the brief, two-game road trip with a win at Air Force. The Spartans recently returned home, where they’ll host New Mexico on Friday night. Here are the much-needed details, folks. Mark your calendars.Continue reading “San Jose State hosts New Mexico Friday night”

SJSU earns first conference win of the season

Photo credit: @SJSUMBB By: Ana Kieu SAN JOSE, Calif. — San Jose State men’s basketball resumed their hunt for their first conference win of the 2019 season Tuesday evening. SJSU hosted the New Mexico Lobos inside the Event Center. There was a healthy mix of both Spartans and Lobos fans in attendance, which was aContinue reading “SJSU earns first conference win of the season”

San Jose State to host New Mexico in TV game on Tuesday

Photo credit: sjsuspartans.com By: Ana Kieu SAN JOSE, Calif. — San Jose State men’s basketball will host the New Mexico Lobos inside the Event Center on Tuesday for a 7:00 p.m. Mountain West clash that will be televised on AT&T SportsNet. Drew Goodman (play-by-play) and Dave Bollwinkel (analyst) will have the call. Spartan fans canContinue reading “San Jose State to host New Mexico in TV game on Tuesday”

San Jose State drops 14th straight game to New Mexico 92-60 at the Pit

Photo credit: sjsuspartans.com By: Ana Kieu It was a tale of two halves as San Jose State men’s basketball fell to the New Mexico Lobos, 92-60, at the Pit Wednesday evening. The Lobos shot 50% from the field while the Spartans were held to a 35.3 clip. Spartans head coach Jean Prioleau chose a startingContinue reading “San Jose State drops 14th straight game to New Mexico 92-60 at the Pit”

San Jose State looks to rebound with win over New Mexico Wednesday

Photo credit: @SJSUMBB By: Ana Kieu San Jose State men’s basketball will wrap up their two-game road trip with a trip to Albuquerque, N.M. as they look to rebound with a win over the New Mexico Lobos Wednesday night. Tipoff set for 6:00 pm PT on the Mountain West Network. Justin Allegri has the Spartans play-by-playContinue reading “San Jose State looks to rebound with win over New Mexico Wednesday”

San Jose State’s hopes for first conference win were spoiled by New Mexico in 71-68 loss

Photo credit: @SJSUMBB By: Ana Kieu SAN JOSE, Calif. — The San Jose State Spartans were hoping to snap a 10-game losing skid against the New Mexico Lobos at the Event Center Saturday afternoon. The Spartans haven’t won a conference game so far this season as they entered the matchup with a 0-10 record inContinue reading “San Jose State’s hopes for first conference win were spoiled by New Mexico in 71-68 loss”

A Night of Records as Stanford Stomps Lobos

By: Joe Lami The Stanford Cardinal hosted the New Mexico Lobos on Monday in their final tune-up before the big matchup this Saturday, where the number six-ranked team hosts the third ranked Lady Vols.  They defeated the Lobos by the final score of 75-41, to move their record to 9-1.  The team has also wonContinue reading “A Night of Records as Stanford Stomps Lobos”