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Lobo Baseball Releases 2013 Schedule
The Lobos face another difficult schedule in 2013 with 11 games against opponents who made an NCAA regional last season, including two against Arkansas, which made the College World Series.
Ray Birmingham is entering his seventh year as head coach of the UNM baseball team, and he helped the team set records both on and off the field as the Lobos made their fourth straight NCAA regional. UNM absolutely dominated the Mountain West to the tune of 25 wins (a conference record) and only five losses on their way to an overall record of 37-22. The Lobos won the league by seven games (another record) for their second straight regular-season title. Along the way they won 14 straight conference games (yet another MW record) and all 10 MW series. For the second straight year UNM had the Co-Players of the Year in DJ Peterson and Mitch Garver, as well as one of the Co-Freshmen of the Year in Sam Haggerty. Birmingham also won his second straight Mountain West Coach of the Year award as the team made a seamless transition back to their newly renovated Lobo Field.
Ken Jacome is in his 10th year at New Mexico, joining the staff in the summer of 2004. Prior to joining the Lobos, Jacome was the head coach at El Paso COMMUNITY COLLEGE for six seasons and then handled the Lobo pitching staff before shifting to infield coach/recruiting coordinator following the 2008 season.
Dan Spencer enters his second year with the Lobos after spending the previous four seasons as the head coach of Texas Tech, compiling a 115-112 record. Before joining Texas Tech for the 2008 season, Spencer spent 11 seasons at Oregon State as the Beavers hitting coach (1997-2003) and pitching coach (2004-2007). He helped lead Oregon State to back-to-back College World Series titles in 2006 and 2007.
Volunteer Assistant Coach
Tony Cappuccilli enters his first year as a volunteer assistant coach for the Lobos. A native of Huntington Beach, Calif., Cappuccilli was an All-American in 1999 at Edison High School where he broke the Orange County career home run record. He attended Nevada and played for the Wolf Pack from 2000-03 and helped lead them to a Big West title and an NCAA Tournament berth in 2000. As a junior in 2002 he hit a team-high .357 and slugged 10 home runs to also lead the squad. During his four years the Wolf Pack played .553 ball (125-101) as he hit .288 with 28 home runs and 90 RBI in 168 games.