UNM WBB Season Tickets On Sale
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.— Season tickets for the 2021-22 University of New Mexico women’s basketball team are on sale starting Monday, Oct. 4.
Tickets are available for as low as $110 for season tickets, which include 17 home games. Fans can purchase season tickets online at GoLobos.com/tickets or in person at the University Arena Ticket Office.
The Lobos open the season on Oct. 31 with an exhibition against Western Colorado, and will have another home exhibition against Eastern New Mexico on Nov. 4 before opening the season on Nov. 9 against Lamar. UNM’s first five games of the season are at home.
UNM will host nine non-conference games that include Grambling State, Prairie View A&M, UTEP, New Mexico State and Houston Baptist before the start of conference play.
Aiming to defend their Mountain West regular season title, the Lobos start conference play at home on Dec. 28 against San José State and host UNLV to start off 2022 on Jan. 3.
Of note in the conference schedule, the Lobos will have a three-game homestand at the beginning of February with Colorado State (Feb. 2), Wyoming (Feb. 5) and Air Force (Feb. 9), as part of five home games in February that also include Utah State (Feb. 16) and Boise State (Feb. 19).
Last season, the Lobos went 15-5 overall, 11-3 in conference to win their first outright MW regular season championship and the first MW championship since the 2004-05 season.
UNM returns a strong group from last season in super seniors Antonia Anderson and Jaedyn De La Cerda, all-conference players Shaiquel McGruder and LaTascya Duff, who was also named the Sixth Person of the Year, LaTora Duff, Kath van Bennekom and Nevaeh Parkinson. In the offseason, the Lobos added pivotal pieces in New Mexico native Vianè Cumber, guards Aniyah Augmon and Mackenzie Curtis, and international talent in Rebeka Renczes, Paula Reus and Zeyno Işıl Şeren. In total, the Lobos return their top two scorers from a season ago in LaTasyca Duff and De La Cerda, and three players who averaged over 10 points a game, as well as their top three rebounders.