Air Force Baseball Travels To New Mexico

    Jr. 2B Noah Pierce.
    Jr. 2B Noah Pierce.

    May 14, 2014

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    Schedule
    at New Mexico - Thursday, May 15 - 7 pm MST
    at New Mexico - Friday, May 16 - 7 pm
    at New Mexico - Saturday, May 17 - 1 pm
    - Series at Lobo Field - Albuquerque, NM

    The Last Meeting
    New Mexico5
    Air Force3
    March 30, 2014
    USAFA
    Air Force Narrowly Edged By New Mexico 5-3 Sunday
    Air Force baseball dropped a 5-3 game to New Mexico in Mountain West action Sunday afternoon at Falcon Field. The Falcons dropped to 5-21, 2-10 and the Lobos improved to 19-9-1, 8-4.

    Live Stats/Streaming/Twitter
    - Live stats available via gametracker.
    - Live video streaming available via Mountain West Network (also available for replay any time after game).
    - Twitter updates at @AF_Baseball

    The Coaches:
    AF: Mike Kazlausky (Maj. Retired) (USAFA, 1991) is 67-145 in his fourth year.
    New Mexico: Ray Birmingham (New Mexico, 1998) is 238-171-1 in his seventh year at New Mexico and is 1056-499-3 in his 27th year as a head coach.

    Records:
    Air Force: 19-31, 9-18
    New Mexico: 35-17-1, 18-9

    Last Time Out:
    Air Force: Went 2-1 against San Jose State last weekend.
    New Mexico: Went 2-1 hosting San Jose State over the weekend and beat New Mexico State on Tuesday.

    W-L vs. Opponent/Last Meeting
    - Air Force is 42-123 all-time vs. New Mexico
    - The Falcons went 1-2 vs. the Lobos in the first meeting March 28-30 at USAFA.

    Notable:
    - Air Force will open the 2014 MW Baseball Championships in the Play-in game Wed. May 21 in Las Vegas vs. San Jose State.
    - The Falcons need one win vs. UNM to claim the home team slot in the MW play-in game vs. San Jose State.

    Up Next
    Air Force travels to the 2014 Mountain West Baseball Championships, held May 21-26 at Earl E. Wilson Stadium in Las Vegas, Nev. The Falcons will play San Jose State in the play-in game May 21, at 11 a.m. PST.


     

     

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