Streaks and trends
*New Mexico defeated San Jose State 72-47 to improve to 17-4 overall and 8-1 on the Mountain West
*New Mexico allowed just 25 points in the first half, and it’s the fourth time in five games UNM has allowed 27 points or fewer.
*New Mexico is now 15-0 when leading at the half, and 6-0 in conference games.
*UNM is 14-0 when outshooting its opponents.
*UNM tied committed a season-low three turnovers.
*The 47 points was the fewest allowed this season, as UNM previously beat Alabama A&M 88-52.
*New Mexico had a 10-0 run in the second half to give UNM a 22-point lead at 52-30.
*The Lobos allowed just two offensive rebounds and a season-low zero second chance points.
Junior C Alex Kirk
*Scored 13 points in his first game back after missing the past two with a leg injury. He played 19 minutes in the game and added four rebounds and a blocked shot
Senior F Cameron Bairstow
*Scored 14 points, his 20th double-figure scoring game of the season.
*Tied for the team-high with seven rebounds
Senior G Kendall Williams
*For Williams he has scored in double-figures in all 20 games this season after scoring 11.
*Moved ahead Petie Gibson into fifth place on the all-time assist list with 571.
Sophomore F Merv Lindsay
*Equaled his career-high with two rebounds.
Junior G Hugh Greenwood
*Nearly had a double-double without one of the columns being points as he had seven rebounds and a season-high seven assists, all without a turnover.
*Left the game with 6:32 left after suffering a small cut on his face after colliding with a Spartan.
*Joined Kendall Williams and Cullen Neal as Lobos with at least seven assists this season.
Freshman G Cullen Neal
*Had eight points with four rebounds and four assists.
Sophomore G Cleveland Thomas
*Tied a career-high with his two first half three-pointers.