at NCAA First Round
Competitive match between current Lobos and has-beens/local greats caps spring season
UNM will conclude its spring schedule with a 7 p.m. MT match against former Lobos and local greats on Wednesday, April 17
Fans can take in 18 games on Saturday in Johnson Center South Gym
A young battered and bruised Lobo squad courageously banded together to win 20 games
The Lobos look for two Mountain West road wins
The Lobos played host to Portland and UC Santa Barbara on day three of the Sheraton Airport/Comcast Lobo Invitational.
The Lobos defeat Southern but fall to Duquesne to finish 1-1 at day one of the Sheraton Airport/LA Boxing Lobo Classic.
The Lobos traveled to Fort Collins, Colo., to face Colorado State on Oct. 13, 2011.
The Lobos' volleyball team on the road in Flagstaff, Ariz., for the Fiesta Bowl Classic Tournament.
Lobo Volleyball vs. UNM Alumni match Aug. 20, 2011.
SOPHOMORE (2012): Played in 11 matches and started 10 before tearing her ACL in practice mid-September...was leading the team and was in the top-five in the Mountain West for attack percentage and finished the season with a .399 (72-13-148)...recorded an impressive 19 aces in just 11 matches...had eight ace serves in a 3-0 win over UNC Asheville on Aug.31 at the Tiger Invitational hosted by Savannah State, including six aces in a row in the third set...served 19-straight points in that third and final set against the Bulldogs...her eight aces in a match ranks second in UNM history...hit .550 (12-1-20) against UNC Asheville and followed it up with scorching .700 (7-0-10) in the Lobos 3-0 win over Kennesaw State the next day at the Tiger Invitational...had 38 blocks in her stunted season, an average of 1.06...received a medical redshirt and will be considered a redshirt sophomore in 2013.
FRESHMAN (2011): Played in 22 matches, starting 10...improved as the season progressed, making more appearances and contributions in the second half of the year...recorded double digits in kills four times...had a career0high 15 kills at Wyoming on Oct. 15...had a career-high five blocks at home against Wyoming in the first game of the Mountain West Conference Tournament on Nov. 18...finished ranked 8th in the Mountain West for hitting percentage in MW matches with .306 accuracy (63-18-147)...hit a career-best .522 (15-2-23) at Wyoming on Oct. 15, a performance that ranked in the top 10 for attack percentage among Mountain West student-athletes.
HIGH SCHOOL: Named Frontier League MVP three years in a row ('08, '09, '10)...earned 3A All-State Second Team in 2009...named 3A All-State Honorable Mention in 2008...was a Metro League Honorable Mention in 2007...also lettered in track and field, placing at the state championships.
SUMMER/CLUB TEAM: Won multiple regional championships for the Colorado Juniors Club team (2006-11) and was named to the All Rocky Mountain Region Team four times.
PERSONAL: Born in Fort Collins, Colo., to Mark and Jennifer Krieg...has an older brother, Trevor...father, Mark, played basketball at the University of Great Falls in Montana...hobbies include wakeboarding, snowmobiling, horseback riding and camping.
Kills: 15, at Wyoming (10/15/11)