Albuquerque Journal (Albuquerque, NM)

Men's Soccer Team Beginning Six-Game Homestand.(Sports)

Byline: Glen Rosales For the Journal

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The University of New Mexico men's soccer team has run out of time to solve the problems that have followed it all season.

But at least it can look forward to a little home cooking as the team starts a six-game homestand.

Sporting a 1-6 mark, the Lobos begin Mountain Pacific Sports Federation play at 7:30 tonight when Cal Poly visits the UNM Track and Soccer Complex.

UNM has allowed 13 goals in the last four games while scoring just five.

However, New Mexico does have the good fortune of playing an equally struggling team. The Mustangs (2-5-1, 0-1 in conference play) have a six-game winless streak and will be without their top defender, 6-foot, 5-inch Jeremy Czapinski, who's sitting out a two-game, red-card suspension. …

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