Postgame Notes
Courtesy: New Mexico Athletics  
Release:  02/15/2006

Feb. 15, 2006

Recap |  Box Score

Wyoming defeated New Mexico 59-52, handing the Lobos their third straight loss on the road

Wyoming ended a six game losing streak to the Lobos, claiming just its second win in the last 18 meetings ... UNM still holds the series lead, 30-19

The 52 points scored by UNM is the lowest output of the season ... its previous low was 55, three times (vs. Cal, 11/13; vs. NMSU, 1/1; at BYU, 2/2) ... the Lobos also scored their least amount of points in the second all season, recording 24 ... their previous low was 25, vs. Cal on Nov. 13

Wyoming held a 31-28 lead at the half ... the Lobos are now 2-6 overall and 0-3 in the MWC this season when trailing at the half

Senior Jana Francis converted a jumper with 3:04 left in the second to pull the Lobos within two at 62-20 ... Utah answered with a 13-2 run to end the game

UNM held an early five-point lead to start the game at 15-10 ... their last lead was 23-20 at the 5:24 mark ... with 4:37 left, Dominique Sisk converted a 3-pointer to tie the game and took the lead at 25-20 with 2:43 remaining ... UNM pulled within two points twice (26-25 and 40-38)

The Lobos trailed by three (44-41) with 10:01 left in the second when Wyoming made three consecutive 3-pointers for a 9-4 run over the next four minutes ... UNM attempted only eight shots over the final five minutes, making three

After scoring double-figures in the last 28 consecutive Mountain West Conference games, sophomore Dionne Marsh recorded just five points on 2-of-14 shooting, including just 1-of-3 from the free throw line

Senior Abbie Letz led the team in points with 15, leading the team for just the fifth time this season

For the second straight game, all of junior Katie Montgomery's shots came from behind the arc, going 4-of-5 for 12 points ... she tied with sophomore Brandi Kimble for the team lead in rebounds with five

Seven of UNM's nine bench points came from junior Julie Briody, who was perfect from the free throw line (4-4)

Jodi Bolerjack and Hannah Zavecz converted seven field goals each, recording 22 and 18 points, respectively