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Another banner season for New Mexico has been tarnished by an early NCAA exit.
Stanford made the most of its first NCAA appearance since 2008, starting fast and finishing strong. New Mexico made another hasty exit.
New Mexico won the Mountain West Conference tournament the last two seasons, and the Lobos weren't prepared to let the title go.
Boise State couldn't stop No. 20 New Mexico from going to the free-throw line, and that was a key factor in the Lobos' win.
New Mexico expected a tough matchup from Boise State in the Mountain West Conference tournament semifinals, and the Lobos got it.
New Mexico coach Craig Neal wasn't about to let his team slip up in the Mountain West Conference quarterfinals.
It took a 1-3-1 zone defense, of all things, for No. 10 San Diego State to complete a remarkable comeback against No. 21 New Mexico that clinched the outright Mountain West Conference title.
With 12:05 to go, No. 21 New Mexico was leading No. 10 San Diego State by 16 points and appeared to have all but claimed another Mountain West Conference championship.
Nevada coach David Carter knew it would be tough to slow down a streaking New Mexico team that combines a powerful frontline with two talented guards who make few mistakes.