Canyon del Oro standout infielder Dominic Felix (5-10, 175) announced his commitment to play for New Mexico on Tuesday. Only a junior, Felix batted .357 with three doubles and three RBI to help lead the Dorados to a 4-1 record before the season was cut short last spring.
Located in Albuquerque, the Lobos compete in the Mountain West Conference and the team was 14-4 at the break.
Excited to announce that I will be furthering my academic and baseball career at the university of New Mexico, I’m also very grateful for everyone who has helped me get to this point. Go lobos!🐺@UNMLoboBaseball @JonCoyne33 @BaseballCDO pic.twitter.com/wPDK8E2dam
— Dominic Felix (@Domfelix133) September 22, 2020
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