The Lobo Men's Basketball team hosts the Panthers from Davenport University in an exhibition contest November 1, 2011
Redshirted last season, but played during the exhibition season was one of the top players in Albuquerque as a senior the son of head coach Steve Alford and older brother of Bryce, who will attend UNM next year
Branch Law Firm Men's Basketball Awards Lobo Scholar-Athlete Award
Averaged 4.0 points in two exhibitions games, hitting a pair of threes played 31 minutes in 10 games a rebound and a blocked shot in four minutes against Portland scoreless in two minutes against Mercer played one minute against New Mexico State one minute in the first half at St. Louis first collegiate point came in the win over Fresno State in The Pit...made 1-2 FTs in six minutes one field goal attempt in two minutes at (25) San Diego State scoreless in two minutes against Air Force first career assist in six minutes at Nevada tied a career-high with six minutes at Air Force...0-2 from 3, but he had a bloc
Averaged 2.0 points and 2.5 rebounds in two exhibition games Redshirted the season
Lettered for four years in basketball at La Cueva in Albuquerque helped his team to a 17-10 record as a senior, leading the Bears to the second round of the New Mexico state playoffs was named All-District, and he was also named to several All-Tournament teams during the season averaged 15 points and 3.4 assists per game as a senior as a junior and a sophomore he helped La Cueva to back-to-back New Mexico state championships, winning both titles on The Pit floor was the starting two-guard for the 2009 state championship La Cueva squad
His parents are Steve and Tanya Alford has a brother Bryce and a sister Kayla his birthday is May 15, 1992 is majoring in business.