at FC Tucson
Jeremy Fishbein's Lobos were a targeted team in 2012 but the UNM coach said his players delivered
It was a dreaded ending to the 2012 season in the Sweet 16
New Mexico's 2012 season ended on UConn's golden goal in double overtime
The Lobos haven't given up a goal since the middle of October
The eleven all-conference award winners is the second most in program history
2012- SENIOR SEASON An immediate impact player in his one season with New Mexico... Appeared in all 22 matches while starting 12 of them in the midfield... Finished the season fourth on the team in goals with 5... Scored his first career goal in his first-ever home match at the UNM Soccer Complex against UAB (9-7-12)... Best game of season was his one goal, one assist performance at Houston Baptist (9-30-12)... Converted a penalty kick at Air Force (10-12-12)... Recorded a season-high 5 shots on goal, with one goal, in UNM's historic 11-0 victory over UNLV (10-19-12).
2011 - JUNIOR SEASON (UCF) Third Team All-Conference USA... Appeared in 21 games while starting 17 of them... Tallied nine goals with five of them coming in conference play... Fourth most in-conference goals in C-USA... Recorded six assists as well... Buried a pair of goals versus Tulsa... Preseason All-C-USA team member
2010 - SOPHOMORE SEASON (UCF) First Team All-Conference USA... NSCAA All-South Region Third Team member... Registered eleven goals with eight assists... Took all Knight penalty kicks on the season and scored on all four of them... Half of his PK goals came during the NCAA Tournament... Scored once against then fifth-ranked SMU (10/2/2010)... Conference USA All-Academic Team member... 2010 UCF Student-Athlete of the Year Finalist
2009 - FRESHMAN SEASON (UCF): Appeared in all 16 games for the Knights as a freshman... Led UCF in goals (eight) and assists (six)... Registered six points (two goals and two assists) in his first five career games... Scored first career goal in just second career appearance versus University of North Florida (9/5/2009).
HIGH SCHOOL/INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE Member of New Zealand's and U-15 and U-20 National Teams... Three-year member of Macleans College... Tallied 57 goals in prep career.
PERSONAL Born Nik Steven Keown-Robson in Auckland, New Zealand...Son of Steve Robson and Jill Keown.