The Lobos' sixth straight win gives them a three-game lead in the Mountain West
UNM's victory over Nevada keeps the Lobos in sole possession of first in the Mountain West
UNM currently holds a one-game lead in the conference race over San Diego St. with 15 MW games remaining
The Lobos host New Mexico St. in the second and final meeting between the two teams this season
The first 12 Lobo batters reached base and scored in the inning as UNM clinched its fifth straight MW series victory
Photo gallery of Lobo baseball team trip to NCAA Regional
SENIOR (2013):Had the best season of his career, setting new personal bests in wins, appearances, saves, innings and strikeouts as he was named to the All-Mountain West first team ... also named a semifinalist for the Gregg Olson Award, given to the best breakout player in the nation ... finished his career as the all-time winningest Lobo with 149 team wins ... went 5-2 with three saves in 29 appearances, which is tied for fourth most in a single season at UNM ... struck out 37 in 38.1 innings and held opponents to a .243 average against ... recorded first career save April 27 vs. UNLV ... also recorded saves at San Diego St. on May 17, and vs. Nevada in the Mountain West Tournament on May 23 ... tied a career high with four strikeouts vs. Nevada in the first game at Lobo Field on March 24 ... finished his career with 66 appearances, tied for fourth most in UNM history.
JUNIOR (2012): Made 10 appearances, all in relief, for a total of five innings ... relied upon mostly as a left-handed specialist out of the bullpen ... pitched a season-high two innings on May 17 against Air Force ... struck out both batters he faced against Creighton on June 3 in the NCAA regionals ... did not allow a run in his final three appearances of the season.
SOPHOMORE (2010): Appeared in 11 games over 18.1 innings for the lobos in 2010 finishing with a 6.38 ERA ... posted a 1-1 record ... picked up his first and only win of the season on May 22 against Utah, throwing 2.2 innings without surrendering a hit and striking out 2 ... held opponents to a .284 batting average.
FRESHMAN (2009): A solid relief left-hander who made 16 appearances with a 1.98 ERA over 13.2 innings ... posted a 2-1 record ... allowed just three earned runs all season ... opened the season with 7.1 scoreless innings ... picked up first collegiate win on Feb. 24 over Texas Tech ... notched second win in next outing, tossing two innings against Northern Colorado (game one) ... allowed more than one hit just once ... went six consecutive outings without allowing a hit, a span of three innings ... carried an ERA under 1.00 until first loss of the season on April 29 at Nebraska ... season-high 2.1 innings pitched on March 31 against Texas Tech ... held opponents to a .229 batting average.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played three years at Socorro High School in El Paso, Texas ... was all-district co-MVP, all-city MVP and second team all-state as a senior in 2008 ... named first team all-district as a sophomore in 2006 and as a junior in 2007 as well as all-city honors in 2007 ... was in academic top 10 percent of graduating class.
PERSONAL: Born April 7, 1990 in El Paso, Texas, to Denise and Guillermo Aguilar ... enjoys Mexican food ... favorite movie is Frequency ... majoring in university studies ... played for the Palm Springs Power in theSouthern California Collegiate Baseball League in both 2009 and 2010.