Postgame Notes
Courtesy: New Mexico Athletics  
Release:  01/14/2006

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• Nationally-ranked New Mexico improves to 13-4 overall and 3-1 in the Mountain West Conference... Wyoming drops to 12-3 overall, 2-2 in the MWC

• The 39 points are a season-low for the Cowgirls and the fewest allowed by New Mexico since beating Utah 47-37 in last year's MWC Tournament championship game in Denver

• The Lobos, who trailed 10-4, came back to lead 23-21 at halftime...UNM then scored the first 14 points of the second half and never looked back...the Cowgirls' first points after the break were two FTs at the 13:34 mark...their first FG came with 11:31 to go...New Mexico outscored UW 39-18 in the second half

• The Cowgirls shot just 30% (15-50) for the game, 20% (5-25) in the 2nd half...they missed all 14 of their attempts from 3-point...UNM is holding its MWC foes to 19.7% (14-71) from 3-point through the first four games of the conference season

• Wyoming G Jodi Bolerjack was averaging almost 19 ppg in the team's first three MWC games, but was held to 1 today...she was 0 of 5 from the field, 0 of 4 from 3-point

• New Mexico has won 29 straight Mountain West Conference home games since the last loss to UNLV on Jan. 6, 2002

• The Lobos have beaten Wyoming seven straight times and in 17 of the past 18 meetings since 1996...UNM has taken 10 straight from the Cowgirls in The Pit dating to 1995

• New Mexico had a 16-4 scoring advantage in points off of turnovers...the Lobos committed a season-low 7 turnovers after being guilty of 19 at TCU on Wednesday

• Attendance was 10,121, increasing the season average to 9,588

• New Mexico is now 12-0 when allowing less than 70 points and 9-1 when getting more rebounds

• Senior center Jana Francis tied a career-high with 11 rebounds...she also had 11 at Colorado State on Jan. 7