Wanted: Junior Lobos for Howling Good Time
Courtesy: New Mexico Athletics  
Release:  05/24/2012
Courtesy: New Mexico Athletics

May 24, 2012

Downloadable Junior Lobo Kids Club Application

Hey kids, if school's out, then what's in?

How about joining the coolest kids club in town? If you're a New Mexico Lobo fan, now you can!

Kids entering the eighth grade or younger now can join the Junior Lobo Kids Club, which runs from June 2012 to May 2013.

As a member of the Junior Lobos Kids Club, you will receive:

  • Free football and women's basketball season tickets.
  • Free admission to all UNM Olympic sporting events, including soccer, volleyball, baseball and softball.
  • An exclusive "Members-Only" T-shirt and membership card.
  • An opportunity to be an Official Ball Shagger for the Lobos in a to-be-determined sporting event next season (you must be at least 8 years old to be a ball shagger).
  • Access to an online newsletter and Junior Lobo Kids Club website.
  • A Summer Bash and Holiday Party Invitation.
  • A birthday card from Lobo Louie and Lobo Lucy.

You get all this (worth $400) if you become a member and a membership costs just $25. Click here for an application or go to golobos.com. For questions, please call 925-5613.

Join today to hang out with Lobo Louie and Lucy and interact with Lobo student-athletes!

Friday, September 19
All Day - 
Men's Tennis
at NMSU Invitational
9:00 AM - 
at College of Charleston
2:00 PM - 
Men's Soccer
at Bakersfield vs. VCU
3:00 PM - 
at Houston Baptist
4:00 PM - 
Men's Tennis
vs. Jr. Davis Cup Match
4:00 PM - 
Women's Tennis
vs. USTA Jr. Fed Cup Team
5:00 PM - 
Women's Soccer
vs. New Mexico State
7:00 PM - 
Men's Soccer
vs. Drexel
Saturday, September 20
1:30 PM - 
at SMU
6:00 PM - 
at New Mexico State
Sunday, September 21
12:00 PM - 
Men's Soccer
at Bakersfield vs. Drexel
6:00 PM - 
Men's Soccer
vs. VCU
Monday, September 22
All Day - 
Women's Golf
at Lobos vs. Field
Tuesday, September 23
All Day - 
Women's Golf
at Lobos vs. Field
All Day - 
Men's Golf
at Husky Invitational/University of Washington