State Notes 06-26-11

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UNM women’s football clinic set

ALBUQUERQUE — The Lobo Football Women’s Clinic will be July 29 in Albuquerque.
The clinic will be from 6:30-10 p.m. at the UNM Football Complex. Registration will continue between now and the event and walk-ups will be welcomed.
The clinic is available for women of all ages and is designed to give an all encompassing look into the game of football.
Price for participation is $40.
For more information, call the Lobo football office at 505-925-5700.
A $40 fee is required for all participants. Please call the Lobo Football Office to register at 505-925-5700. The clinic will accept walk-ups Friday evening.

Aggies Nohara tops the nation in slugging percentage

Former New Mexico State University softball player Hoku Nohara led the nation in 2011 as the statistical champion for home runs per game and slugging percentage, the NCAA announced Thursday.
A departing senior, Nohara blasted the Aggie single-season record of 24 home runs this season and led the nation in slugging percentage at 1.007.
“Hoku put up amazing offensive numbers against some of the best teams in the nation this season,” said Aggie associate head coach Cat Heifner.