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Big Time Nike School.
Big Time Academics.
Big Time Campus.
Big Time Coaching Staff.
Big Time College Basketball.
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Table of Contents
  • ACADEMICS
  • CAMPUS DIVERSITY
  • RESIDENCE LIFE
  • NEW MEXICO
  • CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE
  • LOBO MENS BASKETBALL
  • - NBA FACILITES
  • - MEDIA COVERAGE
  • - FORMER LOBOS IN THE PROS
  • - EXPERIENCED COACHING STAFF
  • - STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING

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ACADEMICS
Set your goals and we can help you achieve them.
An education from The University of New Mexico
culminates not only in a degree but also in the
experience and preparation you need to succeed in
your future career.
UNM has a rare combination of acclaimed faculty,
progressive courses of study, abundant learning
resources and state-of-theart facilities the
result is a wealth of opportunities for you, no
matter what your goals. So, whats on your
horizon?
  • A degree that commands respect in the work world
    many of UNMs programs are among the top in the
    country, which means the excellence of your
    education is recognized among employers
    everywhere.
  • A top-notch faculty, many of them Nobel
    laureates, Fullbright award recipients and
    nationally recognized academicians, all seriously
    committed to your education.
  • A friendly and diverse student body here you
    will find friends for life and meet individuals
    who will change the way you think in an
    environment where you know you belong.
  • An incredible place to live, both for its amazing
    Southwestern beauty and for the big-yet-small
    city fun of Albuquerque.
  • A wealth of new experiences and ways to get
    involved, from performances and events to UNM
    BASKETBALL, student government to clubs and
    organizations. Life at UNM is rich with activity.
  • Real career preparation through relevant and
    up-to-date coursework, hands-on research
    opportunities, internships, international study
    and so much more.

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ACADEMICS
The University of New Mexicos academic and
professional programs consistently rank among
The top in universities across the U.S. year
after year. This means hands-on research
opportunities in many fields of study as well as
education that are relevant to the real world.
No matter what your intended discipline, youll
benefit from the high standards to which we hold
all our programs. At UNM you will not only
receive quality education but also an environment
where excellent degree programs reflect the
caliber of the university as a whole and where
you see future opportunities unfold before your
eyes. Degrees include
Accounting Geography Travel and Tourism
Mgmt. American Studies German University
Studies Anthropology Health Education Architec
ture History MINORS ONLY Art Human Resources
Management African American Studies Art
Education Industrial Education Athletic
Coaching Art History Interdisciplinary Community
Health Art Studio International
Management European Studies Asian Studies Int.
Mgmt- Latin American Exceptional
Children Astrophysics Journalism and Mass
Communication Film Studies Athletic
Training Languages Greek Bilingual
Education Latin American Studies Human
Services Biochemistry Life Science
Education Italian Studies Biology Linguistics
Latin Business Computer Systems Manufacturing
Engineering And Robotics Library Science Business
Education Marketing Management Medieval
Studies Chemical Engineering Mathematics Milita
ry Studies Chemistry Mathematics
Education Paleoecology Child Development
and- Mechanical Engineering Peace Studies Family
Relations Medical Technology Period
Studies Civil Engineering Modern Languages
Education Quarternary Studies Classics Music R
eading in Sec. Schools Communication Music
Education Social Welfare
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ACADEMICSDEGREES CONCLUDED
Communication Arts and- Nuclear
Engineering Television Production Education Nur
sing Women Studies Communicative
Disorders Nutrition and Dietetics Comparative
Literature Occupational Therapy PRE-PROFESSIONAL
PROGRAMS Computer Engineering Pharmacy Dentist
ry Construction Management Philosophy Forestry
Creative Writing Concentration Philosophy/Pre-Law
Law Criminology Physical Education Medicine Da
nce Physical Science Education Veterinary
Sciences Dental Hygiene Physical
Therapy Earth and Planetary Sciences Physics
ASSOCIATE PROGRAMS Earth Science
Education Political Science Business
Technology Economics Portuguese Dental
Hygiene Economics-philosophy Production and
Operation Management Human Services Electrical
Engineering Professional Writing Pre-Engineering
Elementary Education Psychology Radiography En
ergy and Power Systems Recreation Radiologic
Technology English Religious Studies Special
Education English-Philosophy Russian
Studies Entrepreneurial Studies Sign Language
Interpreting CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Environmental
Design Social Studies Education Diagnostic
Medical Sonography Exercise Technology Sociology
Emergency Medicine/Paramedics Family Studies
Education Spanish Nuclear Medicine
Imaging Financial Management Special
Education Radiation Therapy Technology French T
eaching of English as a Second Language General
Family Studies Technology and Training General
Management Theatre
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CAMPUS DIVERSITY
At UNM were proud to claim one of the most
ethnically diverse student bodies among
universities anywhere in the United Sates.
As a result, our campus schedule is packed with
artistic, dramatic and musical performances as
well as historic and awareness events, reflecting
the cultural heritages of our students. Each
year our Celebration of Differences is a
multi-day event filled with entertainment,
presentations, discussions and great food.
As a minority student, youll find academic and
social support through our several ethnic student
services centers, giving you a home on campus.
Here you can broaden your world, learn to
understand other cultures and viewpoints, knowing
that here you will fit in and be valued for who
you are, too. UNM is rich with perspectives, so
why not add your own!
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CAMPUS DIVERSITY
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UNM RESIDENCE LIFE
UNIVERSITY HOUSING OFFERS DISTINCT ADVANTAGES
AS WELL AS A VARIETY OF ACTIVITIES TO
COMPLEMENT YOUR ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE. SINCE
RESIDENCE HALLS CAN HAVE A PROFOUND IMPACT ON
YOUR PERSONAL AND EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT,
HERE ARE SOME POINTS TO CONSIDER. CONVENIENCE.
You are close to classrooms, computer labs, and
the library. Basic necessities such as laundry
facilities and meals are provided for you.
GRADE POINT AVERAGE. Statistics tell us that
students who live in residence halls achieve
higher grade point averages than students who
live off campus.GRADUATION. If you live in a
residence hall for one year, studies show you are
more likely to graduate than students who do not
have a residence hall experience.SECURITY. The
Housing Office, as well as the University
community at large, is mindful of your security.
Several policies and practices have been
established to address security and safety
concerns. They include security aides, duty
advisors, campus police, emergency call boxes,
and perimeter lighting. Of course, securing and
locking your room door and windows are imperative
to your safety.
DINING. La Posada's food court features separate
and unique store fronts each offering a distinct
menu theme.INVOLVEMENT. You have opportunities
to be involved in activities that are fun,
interesting, and will complement your academic
experience.
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NEW MEXICO
NEW MEXICO FAST FACTS Statehood Day Jan. 6.
1912 State Slogan The Land of
Enchantment Population 1,819,046 Area
121,598 Square Miles ranks 5th
in the U.S. Capital Santa
Fe Largest City Albuquerque Highest
Point 13,161 ft., Wheeler Peak Lowest
Point 2,817 ft., Red Bluff
  • The Land of Enchantment, visualize picturesque
    landscapes, carved by nature over millions of
    years
  • Diverse people whose cultural traditions span
    hundreds and thousands of years
  • Breathtaking sunsets of inspiring brilliance
    warm and friendly people with magic in every
    smile and
  • fabulous cuisine.
  • Blessed with a varied landscape of lush
    forests, arid deserts, rolling plains and soaring
    mountain ranges,
  • New Mexico enjoys a scenic diversity unmatched
    in most states.
  • Cultural offerings flourish in New Mexico.
    Major art colonies have grown around Albuquerque,
  • Santa Fe and Taos.
  • The weather in New Mexico is fantastic. New
    Mexico is known for its dry climate and brilliant
    blue skies.
  • Before the Land of Enchantment became the state
    slogan, New Mexico went by the nickname The
  • Sunshine State based on the fact that every
    part of New Mexico receives sunshine at least 70
    percent
  • of the time year round.
  • Another appealing facet is the varied
    recreational scene. From white-water rafting and
    hang gliding to
  • hiking and fishing, New Mexicos lakes, rivers,
    mountains, deserts and forests provide a wealth
    of
  • outdoor activities.

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ALBUQUERQUE
  • The Sandia Mountains to the east take on a pink
    hue accented by deep violet shadows
  • The subtle breeze echoes the relaxed
    friendliness of the citys 700,000 residents.
  • A city whose unique mosaic of breathtaking
    landscapes, historic cultures and modern
    lifestyles touches the heart and
  • minds of all who visit.
  • Nestled between the majestic Sandia Mountains
    and the famed Rio Grande River, Albuquerque
    bursts with
  • dramatic contrasts. From a lush cottonwood
    forest along the river, to a pine-forested
    mountainside, to a sagebrush
  • dappled high desert, to the modern bustling of a
    high-rise downtown, you can find it in
    Albuquerque
  • The Sandia Mountains rank among Albuquerques
    greatest recreational assets, a mountain
    playground at the very edge
  • of the city.
  • Sandia Peak Tram, longest (2.7 miles) and most
    spectacular tram ride in North America, rises up
    the mountains west side.
  • There are also picnic areas, horseback trails,
    hiking canyons, streams, and ski runs. .
  • Albuquerques rich history is also a study in
    contrasts a dynamic blend of Indian, Hispanic
    and Anglo cultures over hundreds of centuries.
  • Native adobe buildings of historic Old Town,
    the Spanish plaza of Albuquerque chartered by the
    King of Spain in 1706.
  • The climate is spectacular, regardless of
    season, with moderate dry days and crisp, clear
    nights. Expansive blue days greet you more than
    300 days a year, with temperatures ranging from
    44? F in January to 93? F in July.
  • Snow falls mostly in the mountains, leaving
    the city a comfortable paradise. So in winter,
    you can Ski Tee, or snow ski in the morning and
    play golf in the afternoon.
  • A kaleidoscope of shapes and colors lifts off
    every morning for nine days in October as more
    that 600 hot air balloons gather in Albuquerque
    for the international Balloon Fiesta is the
    worlds most photographed event.
  • Its only a one-hour flight away from Denver and
    Phoenix, less than two hours from Los Angeles and
    Dallas, and under three hours from Chicago.

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LOBO MENS BASKETBALL
NBA STYLE FACILITIES
MEDIA COVERAGE
COACHES WITH NBA EXPERIENCE
NBA 1ST ROUND DRAFT PICKS
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NBA STYLE FACILITIES
RUDY DAVALOS BASKETBALL CENTER
A new practice facility and coaches' offices for
UNM men's and women's basketball was completed in
April 2006. The new practice facility is named
the Rudy Davalos Basktball Center after former
UNM athletics director Rudy Davalos. The facility
is located at the south end of The Pit and
includes a practice floor with six baskets,
offices for men's and women's basketball, a video
viewing room and an area to accommodate media
needs for Lobo games and upcoming NCAA basketball
tournaments.
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NBA STYLE FACILITIES
RUDY DAVALOS BASKETBALL CENTER
The main lobby showcases current and fomer Lobo
greats.
Entering from the west side, fans walk past a
trophy case commemorating some special moments in
Lobo history.
The main entrance into the mens basketball
office.
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NBA STYLE FACILITIES
RUDY DAVALOS BASKETBALL CENTER
This is the lobby of the mens basketball office.
The mural on the wall includes a shot of the
2005 MWC championship celebration and current
Indiana Pacer and former Lobo, Danny Granger.
Tributes of Lobo greats line the hallways of the
mens basketball office. Are you going to be the
next LOBO GREAT to line the hallways?
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NBA STYLE FACILITIES
RUDY DAVALOS BASKETBALL CENTER
Here is a view of the practice court looking into
the main lobby.
Here is a look of the practice court looking out
of the main lobby.
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NBA STYLE FACILITIES
RUDY DAVALOS BASKETBALL CENTER
A state-of-the-art film room is used for
reviewing game and practice footage.
A full service dining area is located inside the
building and is used for team meals and training
tables.
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NBA STYLE FACILITIES
RUDY DAVALOS BASKETBALL CENTER
The high tech video room is where game tapes are
broken down and highlight reels are made.
Mens basketball players have full access to a
computer lab inside the facility.
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"What a terrific atmosphere for college
basketball. Great building...great
history...18,000 screaming fans. It's big time
hoops, baby!" - Dick Vitale ESPN
One of college basketball's most famous and
recognizable buildings, University Arena is the
home of New Mexico men's and women's basketball.
The 2006-07 season will be the 41st year that
University Arena has served as home for Lobo
hoops. The first game was played Dec. 1, 1966,
with New Mexico defeating Abilene Christian,
62-53. A total of 704 games have been played
overall. The Lobos have come away the victor in
569 of those, good for a stunning .808 winning
percentage. What is even more impressive about
UNM's home court is that over 11 million fans
have flocked into this sunken edifice to see
their beloved Lobos play basketball. The exact
figure stands at 11,023,733. The Lobos have
averaged an astounding 15,659 fans the past 40
years, an amazing 97 of capacity. The Lobos have
finished second in the nation in attendance five
times, third on four occasions, and fourth six
times. UNM hosted the NCAA Championship in 1983,
won by North Carolina State over Houston, the
1968, '78, '92 and 2000 West Regional, the 1985
and 1996 West Region First and Second Rounds, and
1988 McDonald's High School All-American
basketball game. The NCAA Men's First and Second
Rounds were here in 2002 followed by the Women's
First and Second Rounds and the Midwest Regional
in 2003. UNM hosted the women's first and second
rounds again in 2004, followed by the men's
Albuquerque Regional in 2005 and the West
Regional for the women's tournament in 2006.
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The Pit is built in a 37-foot hole on
Albuquerque's southeast mesa. First the roof was
constructed, then the hole was dug and the Arena
built. That all happened in 1966. The unique
Behlen roof (338 by 300 feet) was set up by
contractors and then 55,000 cubic yards of earth
were removed. About 28,000 yards of concrete were
poured in the initial construction, which allowed
a seating capacity of 14,831. The cost - an
incredibly economical 1.4 million. Arena
expansion was undertaken when it became apparent
that fan interest was too great even for the
original structure. The expansion in 1975 cost
near 2.2 million and involved the extension of a
cantilevered deck above the existing facility.
There are six rows in the deck, with a seating
capacity of 2,300. Reserved standing-room-only
spots increase The Pit's capacity to 18,018.
2005-06 Attendance NumbersThe University of New
Mexico is one of very few schools to have both
its men's and women's basketball programs rank
in the top-25 in attendance during the 2005-06
season. The Lobo women were fourth while the men
finished No. 21. The UNM men and women have both
finished in the top-25 in each of the past eight
seasons.
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Top 20 Venues of the 20th Century
  • 1. Yankee Stadium Bronx, NY
  • 2. Augusta National Augusta, GA
  • Michie Stadium West Point, NY
  • Cameron Indoor Stadium Durham, NC
  • Bislett Stadium Oslo, Norway
  • Wrigley Field Chicago, IL
  • Roland Garros Paris, France
  • Lambeau Field Green Bay, WI
  • Fenway Park Boston, MA
  • 10. Saratoga Race Track Saratoga, NY
  • Pebble Beach Monterey, CA
  • Wembley Stadium England
  • 13. THE PIT - Albuquerque, NM
  • 14. Boston Marathon Course Boston, MA
  • 15. Camden Yards Baltimore, MD
  • 16. Lamade Stadium Williamsport, PA
  • 17. Daytona Speedway Daytona, FL
  • 18. Notre Dame Stadium South Bend, IN
  • 19. St. Andrews Scotland

A mile high but 37 feet underground, the Pit in
Albuquerque has been the site of many
mind-blowing college basketball games, including
North Carolina State's upset of Houston in '83
and just about any New Mexico home game. The
noise created by fans, which has been measured at
125 decibels the pain threshold for the human
ear is 130 -- is a palpable force.
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NBA STYLE LOCKER ROOM
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MEDIA COVERAGE
The University of New Mexico mens basketball
team gets extensive media coverage on a daily
basis with two large newspapers (Albuquerque
Journal and Albuquerque Tribune), numerous radio
outlets, including flagship station 770 KOB-AM,
with all games broadcasted on 610-AM The Sports
Animal, and three television stations covering
the beat.
Lobo mens basketball players are briefed on the
proper techniques of handling media interviews.
The experience of being a New Mexico mens
basketball player and working with the media
actually becomes a classroom setting in the arena
of public speaking on and off the basketball
court. The interaction is healthy and pays
dividends later in life.
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FORMER LOBOS IN THE NBA
2005 17TH OVERALL PICK, DANNY GRANGER
2-TIME NBA WORLD CHAMP, FORMER LOBO LUC LONGLEY
UNM all-time leading scorer and 1st round pick,
Charles Smith
2005 MWC MVP AND 2006 NBA ALL ROOKIE, FORMER LOBO
DANNY GRANGER
22ND OVERALL PICK, CURRENTLY ON A 6 YEAR 55
MILLION DOLLAR CONTRACT WITH THE SACRAMENTO KINGS
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HEAD COACH STEVE ALFORD
  • Began his coaching career after a four-year
    playing stint in the NBA
  • Played his NBA career with the Dallas Mavericks
    and a portion of one season with Golden State.
  • He was the 26th selection in the 1987 NBA
    Draft.
  • Alford played for former Iowa basketball
    standout Don Nelson in the NBA.
  • He earned Indiana's Mr. Basketball Award in
    1983 after averaging 37.7 points per game as a
    senior.
  • At Indiana Alford started all but five of 125
    games, helping the Hoosiers post a four-year mark
    of 92-35.
  • Alford served as team captain on Bob Knight's
    1987 Indiana team that posted a 30-4 overall
    record and won the national championship.
  • Alford concluded his college career as
    Indiana's all-time scoring leader with 2,438
    points.
  • He is also Indiana's career leader in steals and
    three-point field goal percentage.
  • Alford was a consensus first team all-America
    selection and the Big Ten MVP as a senior.
  • Alford earned first team all-Big Ten honors in
    each of his final three seasons and also earned
    all-America honors
  • as a junior.
  • His career free throw percentage of .897
    (535-596) ranks fourth best in NCAA history
  • Alford was named to the all-tournament team at
    the 1987 NCAA Final Four and to the NCAA
    tournament all-decade team for the 1980s.
  • He set an NCAA Final Four record when he made 7
    of 10 3-point baskets in the 1987 championship
    game victory over Syracuse.
  • In 1997, Alford was inducted into the Indiana
    University Athletics Hall of Fame.
  • The Sporting News recently published Legends of
    College Basketball, a publication that recalled
    the careers of the 100
  • greatest Division I college basketball players.
    Alford was No. 35 on the list.
  • Alford was selected to play for the United
    States basketball team at the 1984 Olympic Games
    in Los Angeles. Alford shot

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HEAD COACH STEVE ALFORD
  • In eight seasons at Iowa, Alford compiled a
    152-106 record
  • Set a school-record seven consecutive winning
    seasons with six postseason appearances.
  • Won two Big Ten Conference tournament titles
    (2001 and '06).
  • Led Iowa to a 25-9 record in 2005-06, the 25
    wins ranks as the second highest victory total
    ever at Iowa.
  • The Hawkeyes also competed in the NCAA
    Tournament in 2001 and 2005.
  • Iowa went 17-0 at home in 2006, setting a
    school record, while posting the first undefeated
    home season in Carver-Hawkeye Arena, which opened
    in 1983.
  • Hawkeye record in mens basketball in 2006 with
    10 wins over top 25 opponents
  • In 2004-05, the Hawkeyes spent nine consecutive
    weeks in the national rankings, moving as high as
    No. 14 in January.
  • Led his 2001-02 Iowa squad to 19 wins and a
    top-10 national ranking through the first half of
    the season.
  • Alford guided his 2000-01 Iowa team to the Big
    Ten Tournament title.
  • The Hawkeyes advanced to the second round of
    the 2000-2001 NCAA Tournament before falling to
    second-seeded Kentucky.
  • The Alford era at the University of Iowa began
    in impressive fashion in 1999-2000, as the
    Hawkeyes scored a 70-68 win over 1 ranked
    Connecticut in the season opener.
  • Prior to Iowa, Alford posted a 78-29 record in
    four seasons (1992-95) at NCAA Division III
    Manchester (Ind.) College and a four-year
    (1996-99) record of 78-48 at Southwest Missouri
    State (now Missouri State).
  • Alford is married to the former Tanya Frost,
    whom he has known since the two were schoolmates
    in grade school in New Castle.
  • The Alfords have three children Kory, 14
    Bryce, 12 and Kayla, 9.

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ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH CRAIG NEAL
  • Neal served as an assistant coach with the
    Raptors from 2000-03
  • Involved in scouting and player development in
    2003-04.
  • He was also a Toronto scout for four seasons
    before becoming an assistant coach in 2000.
  • Neal was a scout in North America and Europe
    for one year before joining the Iowa staff,
    scouting high school, junior college, college and
    European players for the NBA Draft and for trade
    possibilities.
  • He was also involved with development of
    current roster players, recruiting of free agents
    and selecting players for summer league and
    training camps.
  • As an assistant coach from 2000-03, Neal was
    involved with practice preparation, advance
    scouting, and the preparation and implementation
    of opponent scouting reports.
  • He managed and directed Toronto's player
    development program, both during the season and
    the summer.
  • Neal coached Toronto's summer league team for
    three years and was the lead coach in directing
    all Raptor college pre-draft workouts.
  • Neal was a player at Georgia Tech in the
    mid-1980s.
  • He earned all-Atlantic Coast Conference honors
    as a senior in 1988
  • He set the ACC single-season record with 303
    assists.
  • Neal averaged a league-best 9.5 assists per
    game (11.6 in conference games) that season,
    which still stands as a single-season record at
    Georgia Tech.
  • His 659 career assists was a school record at
    the time and now ranks third best at Tech.
  • Neal played eight professional seasons in the
    NBA, CBA and Europe, beginning in Portland where
    he was a third-round draft pick of the Blazers in
    1988.
  • He also played in Miami and Denver in the NBA
    and played in three championship series while
    competing in the CBA.
  • Neal served as a player and coach in his final
    season in the CBA (1994-95) before joining the
    Toronto organization.
  • He was involved in professional basketball for
    16 years.
  • He and his wife, Janet, have two sons, Cullen
    (12) and Dalton (10).

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STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING
L.F. "Tow" Diehm Athletics Facility
The state-of-the-art facility is one of the
finest in the country. The bright, airy structure
encompasses 10,000 square feet of the
industry's most modern equipment, allowing
Lobo student-athletes that "extra edge" for
maximizing growth potential. "First and
foremost, coaches can bring recruits into this
building and show them that The University of
New Mexico is committed to having first-class
facilities," says Mark Paulsen, director of
UNM's strength and conditioning program. "From a
functional standpoint, we're able to train in
the off-season in three groups as opposed to six
or seven groups in our old facility." As
well as having state-of-the-art equipment in its
facility, the University of New Mexico also
has staff members constantly on the ready should
an athlete need assistance. All members of the
staff are credentialed and are among the finest
in the country. The All Sport Weight Room was
funded by a 547,000 donation from Pepsi-Cola
West.
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STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING
Aaron Day is in his Sixth year at the University
of New Mexico, working with Mens Basketball.
Day received his bachelors degree in biology
from Oklahoma Baptist in 1996, and is pursuing
his masters degree in Sports Administration at
UNM.
Day was a two-time All-America in the 400 meters
and the 4X400 relay at Oklahoma Baptist. He was
a member of the OBU distance medley relay team
that captured the 1996 NAIA indoor title and
posted the worlds second-fastest time that year.
Day spent two years working at Adams Course
Health and Sports Performance in Tulsa, Oklahoma
before coming to UNM in August of 1999.
AARON DAY
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