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Covering UNM Lobos and Mountain West Conference hoops and more2014-2015 Schedule/Results | Roster

Lobos pick up points, remain unranked in AP Top 25

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The New Mexico Lobos (17-4, 8-1 Mountain West) have picked up some points in the latest Associated Press Top 25 poll released Monday morning.

UNM received 12 points, up from 1 point in last week’s poll. Four teams — Wisconsin, Ohio State, VCU and Southern Methodist — are each ahead of UNM in the “others receiving votes” portion of the poll.

Mountain West leader San Diego State (19-1, 8-0) remained at No. 5 in the poll for the second week.

To view Journal staff writer Geoff Grammer’s AP Top 25 ballot for Monday, CLICK HERE.

Associated Press Top 25 Feb. 3

(rank, team, first place votes in parenthsis, record through Feb. 2, points, last week’s rank)
1. Syracuse (65) 21-0 — 1,625 — 2
2. Arizona 21-1 — 1,517 — 1
3. Florida 19-2 — 1,482 — 3
4. Wichita State 23-0 — 1,447 — 4
5. San Diego State 19-1 — 1,370 — 5
6. Villanova 19-2 — 1,252 — 9
7. Cincinnati 21-2 — 1,182 — 13
8. Kansas 16-5 — 1,141 — 6
9. Michigan State 19-3 — 1,136 — 7
10. Michigan 16-5 — 949 — 10
11. Duke 17-5 — 940 — 17
12. Creighton 18-3 — 790 — 20
13. Saint Louis 20-2 — 728 — 19
14. Louisville 18-4 — 723 — 12
15. Texas 17-4 — 719 — 25
16. Iowa State 16-4 — 717 — 16
17. Iowa 17-5 — 669 — 15
18. Kentucky 16-5 — 653 — 11
19. Oklahoma State 16-5 — 420 — 8
20. Virginia 17-5 — 364 — NR
21. Oklahoma 17-5 — 361 — 23
22. UConn 17-4 — 252 — NR
23. Gonzaga 20-3 — 237 — NR
24. Memphis 16-5 — 114 — 22
25. Pittsburgh 18-4 — 110 — 18
Others receiving votes: Wisconsin 79, Ohio St. 45, VCU 44, SMU 15, New Mexico 12, California 9, UCLA 9, Harvard 4, George Washington 3, LSU 3, Tennessee 2, American U. 1, Southern Miss. 1.

LOBO LINKS: Geoff Grammer’s blog | Schedule/Results | Roster

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