Brandon Travis was identified as a shooting victim and a UNM student.

Brandon Travis's Demise - According to state police, who have identified the victim of a fatal shooting on the University of New Mexico campus early Saturday morning, a New Mexico State University men's basketball player who was injured in the incident may have been lured to the scene and then assaulted. Brandon Travis, a 19-year-old UNM student, was pronounced dead at the scene after being shot near the dormitory Coronado Hall. The second gunshot victim has been identified as Mike Peake, a basketball player for the Aggies; however, no charges have been filed in the case. Peake and the Aggies arrived in Albuquerque on Friday in preparation for their Saturday night game against the University of New Mexico.

According to reports, Peake left the team's hotel as a result of a plot involving Travis, an unnamed 17-year-old girl, and two of Travis' friends, all with the goal of luring Peake to campus so that he could be assaulted. Travis shot the victim after he arrived at the university, according to a state police statement. "Travis was shot by the victim, who was also armed." The other two males and the female fled the scene. According to the state police statement, the woman was eventually detained, checked into the Bernalillo County juvenile detention facility, and charged with aggravated violence and conspiracy. The other two suspects, both UNM students, have been identified by state police.