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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.

Saturday, November 01
7:00 PM - 
Men's Basketball
vs. Western New Mexico (Exhibition)
Friday, November 07
7:00 PM - 
Men's Basketball
vs. Adams State (Exhibition)
Friday, November 14
8:00 PM - 
Men's Basketball
vs. Idaho State (Heroes Night)
Sunday, November 16
7:00 PM - 
Men's Basketball
vs. Cal State Fullerton (Nike N7 & American Indian Night)
Thursday, November 20
3:00 PM - 
Men's Basketball
at Boston College
Friday, November 21
TBA - 
Men's Basketball
at TBA
Sunday, November 23
TBA - 
Men's Basketball
at TBA
Sunday, November 30
2:00 PM - 
Men's Basketball
vs. USC (Toys For Tots)
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