Updated: February 09, 2020 10:20 PM
Created: February 09, 2020 10:13 PM
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.-- The Lobo men got a much-needed win Saturday against Wyoming.
The offense heated up in the second half, helping the Lobos beat the Cowboys 97-68.
Three players scored at least 20 points. Corey Manigault scored a career high of 28 points and 9 rebounds.
Zane Martin scored 23 points.
Vance Jackson added 20 after missing the last four games.
The win snapped a three game losing streak—a much needed boost with a tough game lineup moving forward.
"It just keeps us focused. We've got another big one on the road so we just have to keep our heads straight," Manigault said in a post game conference. "Honestly, that's it. We just have to keep playing hard, just come out and do the same thing."
"We all love each other on the team—just staying the course, ya know. We have some tough games that we lost that we could have won but it's all good. The good thing is we play them all again so that's all I'm ready for is just to get right back at them," Jackson said.
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