Nov. 20, 2010
New Mexico at Calfornia - Postgame Notes Haas Pavilion - Saturday, November 20, 2010
- Jamal Fenton surpassed his career-high of 11 points (vs. Northern Arizona 12-16-09) in the first half when he scored 13, including three threes. He had never hit more than two in any game in his career. He finished with 14.
- New Mexico is now 0-4 at Berkeley, and 2-5 overall against the Golden Bears.
- The 25 point loss was the largest margin of defeat in the Alford era (previous was 19, 79-60 loss at UNLV on February 2, 2008. It was the largest margin of defeat since a 39-point loss to New Mexico State on December 5, 2006 under Ritchie McKay.
- Harper Kamp and Jorge Gutierrez became the first tandem to break the 20-point mark against the Lobos in the same game this year.
- Dairese Gary made his 100th consecutive start of his career.
- After having no one foul out over the first two games, A.J. Hardeman did so in the second half as UNM commited a season-high 26 fouls.
- The Lobos committed a season-high tying 18 turnovers.
- The 89 points allowed were the most allowed in regulation in the Alford era, and the second-most in that same time frame (99-92 win in double overtime over Wyoming).