2011-12 Men's Basketball Awards Banquet Presented by Branch Law Firm Tickets Available
March 23, 2012
Albuquerque, N.M. --- Celebrating Lobo men's basketball is getting to be pretty simple, as the accomplishments just keep coming. Three Mountain West regular season titles in the last four years, a 2012 Mountain West Tournament championship, and two trips to the NCAA Tournament in the last three years. Now, fans can join in that celebration as tickets for the 2011-12 Men's Basketball Awards Banquet, presented by Branch Law Firm are now on sale.
The awards banquet will be held on Tuesday, April 10 at the Albuquerque Embassy Suites, with a private reception at 6 p.m. and the awards dinner starting at 7 p.m. Scott Didrickson, color analyst for Lobo basketball on the Lobo Sports Network will serve as master of ceremonies once again. The awards banquet will showcase UNM's 28-7 team that won a pair of titles, finished with the second-most wins in school history, and was a possession away from the Sweet 16.
Fans can purchase tables for the event in two ways. A 3-Point Table includes a program acknowledgement, two tickets to the private reception, as autographed gift, eight tickets to the dinner, and two members of the Lobo basketball party will be at the table. A 3-Point Table costs $700. Fans can also purchase a 10-person regular table for $450.
Individual tickets for the event are $45, and individual tickets for the private reception at $50 apiece. Fans can also sponsor a student-athlete meal at the awards banquet for just $35.
Fans are requested to purchase their tickets and tables for the awards dinner by the close of business on April 5. To purchase tickets for the event, simply download the order form at the top of this page, or contact Yolanda Rodriguez in the men's basketball office at (505) 925-5750, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
At the banquet, Coach Steve Alford, whose 126 wins as a Lobo coach are the most through five seasons in school history, will speak. Senior Drew Gordon will be recognized for his First Team All-Mountain West selection and his Mountain West Tournament MVP award. Sophomores Kendall Williams and Tony Snell will also receive their conference honors, and many other Lobos will be recognized in a variety of categories.