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2017 Schedule
17-14, 5th in MW

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

New Mexico guard Elijah Brown will graduate and transfer, per the school. Averaged 18.8 points this season.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Craig Neal will be back as the head coach at New Mexico next season.

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47dEamonn Brennan

Bubble Watch: Nevada lone representative for the MWC?

Nevada is the favorite to win the MWC, and is in good position for an at-large bid if it doesn't get an automatic berth. After that, it's hard to see anyone else in the conference sneaking into the NCAA tournament.

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51dJeff Goodman

Coaches' hot seat 2.0: Who moved off (or joined) the list?

We're midway through the conference schedule, and the hot seat looks different than it did in October. Even though Washington's Lorenzo Romar might have the next No. 1 pick, he's remains shaky.


Oliver leads Nevada past New Mexico 82-65

Cameron Oliver scored 26 points and Jordan Caroline finished with 20 as Nevada beat New Mexico 82-65 on Saturday to stay atop the Mountain West Conference standings.

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Mountain West reprimands UNM, Colorado State

New Mexico assistant coach Terrence Rencher has apologized for his role in a verbal confrontation with Colorado State forward Emmanuel Omogbo outside Moby Arena following Saturday's game.

Colorado State player, New Mexico coach have postgame confrontation (0:44)
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71dJeff Goodman

Eustachy: N. Mexico assistant tried to pick fight

Colorado State coach Larry Eustachy had to hold back senior forward Emmanuel Omogbo after Saturday's game when, according to Eustachy, a New Mexico assistant tried to instigate a fight with him.

Team Stats

Points Per Game73.6166th
Rebounds Per Game34.5Tied-242nd
Assists Per Game13.5Tied-167th
Points Allowed72.7191st

Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record8-16
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances15