"Make no mistake, I always want to win, but I never fight with an opponent. My fight is within me- it is the struggle to be the best I can be at whatever I do." -Coach Wooden
After Day 1 of the MW Championships we are seventh, and one point out of sixth!
We are back for 2021-22!!!!
With no season, they could have quit, given, tanked and closed down.
That is not the Lobo Way, and it's not the New Mexico Way!
They trained harder than ever. They worked harder than ever, and they busted their tails off in the classroom.
This team is the best.
In a semester in which they could have gotten sidetracked, they crushed it! What a tremendous job in the classroom in the most adverse of situations, and we couldn't be prouder of these young women!!!
Our team has made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020-21 season. Please read the release to hear from captain Raine Gavino, coach Keegan Ingelido and Director of Athletics Eddie Nunez.
"Every season we want to be able to compete to the best of our ability. We will now focus our training to be better student-athletes for next season, whether that be in the pool or the weight room. --- Keegan Ingelido
The second-best GPA in our program's history! Not a bad way to finish out the school year! It's also 20 straight semesters with at least a 3.3 GPA and 51 straight semesters with at least a 3.0 GPA. That streak is older than every swimmer and diver on the team!!!
We ended the championships with a flourish! Check out the recap and highlights!
Recap/Stats/Times/Info on another solid day in Minnesota as we get three top seven finishes! Final day is tomorrow!!!
Toh, Øritsland Continue Strong Championships Mountain West Championship Central | Schedule of Events | Watch Live | Live Scoring Updates
Day 3 of 4 of the MW Championships
SIte: Jean K Freeman Natatorium (Minneapolis)
Watch: http://bit.ly/37E11V6 ($)
Live Stats: http://bit.ly/2SH1HVP
Championship Central: http://bit.ly/324pMZO#GoLobos
Nicholle Toh sets a Lobo record (nearly twice) in the 200 IM, and we are in eighth halfway through the 2020 @MW_OlySports Swimming & Diving Championships!
As the team gets ready to head to Reno, read up on the meet right here! Remember you can watch the MW livestream tomorrow starting at 6 pm Mountain Time!
Lobos Look for an Encore in Reno Watch Live | Top Times for 2019-20
Lots of action as we beat our rivals 194-106 at Seidler Natatorium. Photos by Asst. A.D. for Communications Frank Mercogliano (his first time ever shooting S&D)
This is how we roll. 194-106 over our rival NMSU, the largest margin of victory in 24 years over the Aggies!
Lobos Send Seniors Out Winners 194-106 over NMSU Meet Results
Congratulations to divers Natasha Dark and Hannah Tiendas on advancing to the USA Nationals Semi-Finals in Dallas, Texas for the one-meter dive!
"The girls dove great, they are going against some of the best competition in the nation," said head diving coach Julie Weddle. "I'm really proud of them for taking the initiative to get their finals done early and for keeping their heads on their shoulders through the week."
Dark and Tiendas will compete in the three-meter dive on Friday.
The Lobos added another trio of signees for the 2018-2019 campaign, bringing their total to 12 new student-athletes! Click on the link for more info. https://bit.ly/2I5VuL9
golobos.com UNM's 2018-19 class climbs to 12 new student-athletes.
Thank you Khalil Ekulona and KOB 4 for having us today to speak about the 4th Annual Splash Away Cancer on May 19th! splashawaycancer.org/
The team had a great time at our end-of-season banquet at the Groundstone restaurant!
Congratulations to Adriana Palomino for winning swimmer of the year, Matea Sumajstorcic for winning newcomer of the year, Emily Huffer for winning most improved and Brooke Zukowski for winning the team sport award! Also, congratulations to Allyson Concepcion for winning diver of the year and to Hannah Tiendas for winning most improved diver!
The Lobos added six swimmers and one diver to next year's squad this week! Click the link for more info. https://bit.ly/2qtbjER
golobos.com Lobos add six swimmers and one diver to bring class to nine.
The Lobos ended their 2017-2018 season after competing in the three-meter dive at the NCAA Zone E Championships! Click the link for more info. http://bit.ly/2G2UYO4
golobos.com Concepcion leads the Lobos in the three-meter dive.
Three Lobos competed in the one-meter dive on the first day of the 2018 NCAA Zone E Diving Championships in Flagstaff, Arizona! Click the link for more info. http://bit.ly/2oSafJ3
golobos.com Dark, Tiendas and Concepcion represented the Lobos during day one in Flagstaff.
Allyson Concepcion, Natasha Dark and Hannah Tiendas will compete at the NCAA Zone E Diving Championships next week starting Monday! Click the link for more info. http://bit.ly/2F8XbKy
golobos.com Concepcion, Dark and Tiendas compete in two dives for the Lobos.
Four Lobos broke UNM school-records at the MW Championships!
Congratulations to Adriana Palomino, Matea Sumajstorcic, Emily Huffer and Klara Farkas on their amazing accomplishments!
Congratulations to Adriana Palomino, Konoha Shinada, Emily Huffer, Allyson Concepcion, Matea Sumajstorcic and Klara Farkas for being named MW All-Conference! Click the link for more info. http://bit.ly/2ogW3dt
The Lobos finished sixth at the MW Championships as Adriana Palomino and Emily Huffer both set school records on the final day of the event! Click the link for more info. http://bit.ly/2ocKoLE
golobos.com Palomino and Huffer both break school records and finish second in their individual events.
Matea Sumajstorcic set a new UNM school record in the 400-yard IM (4:19.33) as the Lobos advance to seventh place after day three of the MW Championships! Click the link for more info. http://bit.ly/2o7toao
golobos.com Matea Sumajstorcic breaks the school record for the 400-yard IM twice.
Congratulations to Adriana Palomino, Matea Sumajstorcic, Emily Huffer and Klara Farkas on a new school-record in the 800-yard freestyle relay! The group's time of 7:12.43 broke Palomino, Huffer, Morgan Ginnis and Anna Lengyel's record of 7:20.70 set in 2016.
The Lobos ended day two of the Mountain West Championships in ninth place following the day's five events! Click the link for more info. http://bit.ly/2HkXfnS
golobos.com The Lobos were led by three top-10 performances from their swimmers and divers.
After the first three events of the MW Championships, the Lobos are currently in fifth place out of 10 teams! Click the link for more info. http://bit.ly/2o0chr8
golobos.com UNM's 800-freestyle relay team leads the way after the first three events.
The wait is over... the MW Championships are here! Click the link for more info on the event! http://bit.ly/2o2wg7D
The Lobos will travel to San Antonio, Texas on Wednesday for the 2018 Mountain West Championships! Click the link for more info. http://bit.ly/2o2wg7D
golobos.com The four-day event will begin on Wednesday, February 14.
The Lobos closed their time in Flagstaff by diving Platform this morning! Click the link below for a recap of today's events. http://bit.ly/2nIQ8ga
golobos.com UNM concludes regular season competition ahead of the Mountain West Championships.
The Lobos kicked off a diving quad-meet in Flagstaff today with the one-meter and three-meter dives! Click the link for a full recap of the day's events. http://bit.ly/2nDCyKV
golobos.com UNM dives in both the one-meter and three-meter ahead of platform on Saturday.
The Lobos begin their final regular-season meet today with the diving team in Flagstaff versus host Northern Arizona, New Mexico State and Boise State!
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