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Weir, Furstinger react to end of Lobo men's basketball season

Lee Faria
March 11, 2018 05:31 PM

LAS VEGAS, Nev. – The Lobos had a thrilling run through the Mountain West Conference Tourney last week in Las Vegas before coming up just short of cutting down the nets Saturday night against San Diego State.

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The Lobos got off to a fast start, going on a 10-2 run in the early going. New Mexico was only down by one at the half, and despite grabbing the lead a few times late in the second half, SDSU made all the necessary plays down the stretch en route to an 82-75 Aztecs victory.

"It’s about honoring these young men, especially our seniors, and everything they gave. I don't want to look at them from the standpoint of doing something for the future, although they are; it's really about thanking them for everything they did," said Lobo head coach Paul Weir after the loss.

Senior Joe Furstinger thanked Weir – who finished his first season as Lobos head coach on Saturday – for the opportunity to keep making an impact.

"I had a terrible start to my season. He just kept believing in me," Furstinger said. "That means so much to me. I just love him for believing in me."

The Lobos ended their season with an overall record of 19-15.

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