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Lobo Women's Soccer Finishes Fourth Nationally in Attendance
Courtesy: New Mexico Athletics  
Release:  05/22/2012
Courtesy: New Mexico Athletics

May 22, 2012

The NCAA has officially released attendance numbers for the 2011 women's soccer season, and for the second year in a row, the New Mexico Lobos have finished fourth nationally in attendance. UNM this past season averaged a record 2,032 fans over its 11 home games, bringing in 22,350 fans.

The average topped the 1,953 that the squad averaged in 2010 when UNM won the regular-season title. In 2011, the Lobos made it back-to-back with both the regular-eason and tournament titles. The Lobos have not lost a conference match since the 2009 season.

The University of Portland led the nation in attendance, averaging 3,110 fans per game. BYU finished second with 2,882 fans and Texas A&M was third with 2,630 fans. The next closest team in the Mountain West was TCU, whichnished seventh.

The Lobos have now finished in the top 20 in attendance in eight straight years, and in the top 10 in six of those eight, with four straight.

UNM NCAA Attendance Finishes

Year	Pl.	Total	Gms	Avg.
2011	4th	22,350	11	2,032
2010	4th	11,716	6	1,953
2009	7th	13,572	9	1,508
2008	5th	13,449	9	1,494
2007	14th	7,838	7	1,120
2006	17th	8,995	9	999
2005	7th	16,632	9	1,848
2004	8th	7,205	6	1,200 
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