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UNM women receiving votes in AP Top 25

J.P. Murrieta
December 11, 2017 07:13 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- The undefeated UNM women's basketball team received votes again this week in the Associated Press poll.

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The Lobos sit two spots out of the top 25. New Mexico improved to 11-0 on Sunday with an overtime win over previously unbeaten Navy.

At least one UNM player isn't too worried about cracking the top 25.

"I'm one of the least ones on the team that's worried about that. I'm just focused on winning," senior Cherise Beynon said. "I just want to win games to see how long we can keep this streak going. If we get to the top 25, if not, it shouldn't affect us. It doesn't really matter to me. I just want to keep winning."

Jaisa Nunn suffered an undisclosed leg injury late in Sunday's game while diving on the floor for a loose ball. Bradbury said they will know the extent of the injury later in the week.

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