Post Game Notes (22/21) New Mexico 109, Charleston Southern 93
Courtesy: New Mexico Athletics  
Release:  11/17/2013

*Craig Neal improved to 2-0 as a head coach at New Mexico, and he is the second coach in the last 34 years to open his Lobo career 2-0.

*New Mexico has won 24 of its last 25 home games.

*The Lobos scored 52 points in the first half, the most first half points since Dec. 20, 2011 when New Mexico scored 53 on the way to a 53-16 halftime lead over Montana State in The Pit.

*Last 100-point game for the Lobos was a 102-62 win over Cal State Bakersfield on Jan. 5, 2011.  That game was the only 100-point game in the last four seasons.

*The Lobos scored 109 points, which tied for 31st most in UNM history.

* Highest non-overtime point total since scoring 112 vs. Holy Cross on Dec. 29, 1997

*Highest point total (incl. overtime) since scoring 117 in a double-overtime game vs. UNLV on March 7, 2002

*First win despite giving up 90 points since Jan. 5, 2008 (99-92 over Wyoming, 2OT)

*First regular-season win despite giving up 90+ points since Dec. 29, 2006 (101-96 over Pepperdine)

Player Notes

*Hugh Greenwood made his 44th consecutive start, the longest streak on the team.  The Lobos also improved to 55-10 when Greenwood is in the starting lineup.

 *Cameron Bairstow nearly topped his career-high of 21 points in the first half, as he totaled 29 on his own. 

*Bairstow also had a career-high of 11 free throws. His last career-high was when he had 9 against Portland on 11-25-12

*Alex Kirk had his 12th career double-double with season high of 24 points and 13 rebounds.

*Alex moved into 10th and is one block away from Danny Grangers 91 blocks, which is 9th

*Career high for Cleveland Thomas with 10 points and four field goals.

*Kendall Williams had his 3rd career double-double. He had 20 points and ten assists.

*Kendall Williams broke the 1,300 point mark. He also passed David Gibson record of 460 in assists. Williams now holds the number six spot and has 466 assists.