A good time was had by all in attendance as the Lobos honored their four seniors
Coach Yvonne Sanchez wanted to see progression this past season and found it on several levels
New Mexico fell behind 12-0 and 29-13 at the half as No. 1 seed Aztecs roll to their 17th straight win.
New Mexico claws out of 11-point hole to upset Lady Rebels; Antiesha Brown scores 21 points
Yvonne Sanchez's Lobos expect a huge crowd on Thursday as they try to stop Thompson & the Lady Rebels
The Lobos host the Cowgirls of the University of Wyoming in a conference showdown in The Pit on Jan. 30, 2013.
The Lobos host the Wildcats of the University of Arizona in a non-conference battle in The Pit in Albuquerque.
The Lobos and the Lady Bulldogs played in the championship game of the 2012 Lobo Thanksgiving Invitational
New Mexico fell short against the No. 8 Bulldogs
The Lobos hosted the North Texas Mean Green in their annual Thanksgiving Tournament
REDSHIRT JUNIOR (2012-13): Emerged as a dual threat in the post and on the perimeter and became a regular in the starting lineup at the forward position... Led the team in rebounding with 167 (5.6 rpg)... Posted 15 double-digit scoring games with two 23-point performances (career high)... Tallied three double-doubles on the season... Was an efficient scorer inside and outside posting a 43.4% field goal percentage (7th in MWC) and a 37.1% three-point field goal percentage (6th in the MWC)... Recorded first career double-double with 15 points and ten rebounds in the win over Texas Tech (11-15-12)... Posted a career day versus Air Force (3-9-13) with 23 points, 14 rebounds and three steals, which were all career highs... Recorded a Mountain West Tournament double-double with twelve points and eleven rebounds in quarterfinal win over UNLV (3-14-13)... Swatted a career-best five shots at Nevada (2-2-13).
JUNIOR (2011-12): Received medical redshirt...
JUNIOR COLLEGE (Northern Oklahoma College - Enid): Averaged 20 points, 10 rebounds during both of her junior college seasons, helping her team to a 30-7 record and the NJCAA Final Four during her junior year... Named both first and second team all-America over the course of her junior college career.
HIGH SCHOOL: Named player of the year at Highland High during the 2005-2006 season under head coach Jon Ingram.
PERSONAL: Full name is Deeva Marteen Vaughn... born on May 6, 1990 to Thaddeus Vaughn and Carol Maltiba in Albuquerque... Intends to major in history and American studies... Favorite food is "soul food"... Favorite athlete is Larry Byrd... Has one brother, Andre Vaughn, and one daughter, Jayda Dyann Vaughn.