Despite 14 point hole, Lobos claw back for 72-58 win

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ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – Despite trailing by as many as 14 points in the first half of play, the Lobos claw from behind to beat Nevada 72-58. With the win, New Mexico has now won 5 straight and remain tied a top of the Mountain West with 13th ranked SDSU with matching 14-2 conference records. Cameron Bairstow led the Lobos in scoring with 22 points, meanwhile Kendall Williams scored 11 and tallied 10 assists in the win. The Lobos welcome in Air Force to the pit for senior night on Wednesday.

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