The women placed third and the men sixth at the top-notch Notre Dame Invitational.
New Mexico is aiming to continue the success it's had at Notre Dame vs. a very competitve field
Running at night for the first time in New Mexico history, the Lobos shined in their 2012 debut.
Coach Joe Franklin has some proven veterans and quality depth on both his men's and women's side
USTFCCCA Program of the Year recognizes the best DI cross country and track program
The Lobos swept the team titles at the MW Championships. The women won their 4th-straight and the men their 5th-straight.
2011: Emerged as a solid No. 3 option as the season went on...Opened the year with an 8th-place time of 25:36.5 at the Lobo Invitational...Cooled off a bit at the Notre Dame Invitational (123rd, 25:46) and the Wisconsin Invitational (154th, 25:11)...However, he regained his top-flight form entering postseason competition, a he notched a nith-place finish at the Mountain West Championships, helping the Lobo claim the title...Placed 51st at the NCAA Regional meet with a 32:03.2 time and 236th at the NCAA Championships with a 32.19 time.
Two-time cross country team state champions under coach David Christian...Four-time state champion in the 800m...Cross country All-State twice.
Full name is Petrus Jacobus Malherbe...Born in Cape Town, South Africa...Son of Linus and Marcelle...His father is an architect and his mother a pharmacist...Has one sister, Gala...Favorite food is meat...Hobbies include camping and hiking...Has dual citizenship in the U.S. and the Republic of South Africa...Majoring in exercise science.
2011 Second Team All-Mountain West