Aggies lose series against Wolverines

By Ty Steversstaff writer   The New Mexico State Aggies baseball team lost two games in a three game series against the Utah Valley Wolverines. The Aggies now fall to 18-25 on the season and 9-9 in the Western Athletic Conference. The Wolverines are now 21-24 and 13-8 in WAC play. The Aggies dropped game one of the series 8-1. Christopher Bradley[Read More...]


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Aggie men’s golf earns WAC Tournament title

By Jarrett Trantham staff writer The New Mexico State Aggie men’s Golf team displayed tremendous talent this weekend as they finished No. 1 in the Western Athletic Conference Championship to earn back-to-back titles.  With the championship win, they have also earned a spot in the NCAA Regional Tournament. The Aggies worked their way to the top of the leader board[Read More...]


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Aggies shut out by Sundevils

By Ty Steversstaff writer The New Mexico State Aggies (17-23) baseball team lost a non-conference game to the Arizona State Sundevils (24-17) 2-0 in Tempe, Arizona. The game was close throughout and offered up some brilliant pitching from both teams. Trey Higgenbotham got the start for the Aggies and pitched 3 1/3 innings. He allowed one run to score and[Read More...]


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NMSU Men’s Rodeo team goes undefeated

By Jarrett Trantham staff writer   After battling through the wind and the dust in this weekend’s rodeo, the New Mexico State University Men’s Rodeo team has completed its regular season with an undefeated record of 10-0. The rodeo event this weekend featured competition from every team in the Grand Canyon Region of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association.  The NMSU[Read More...]


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Aggie softball crushes Lobos

By Skyler Wilsonstaff writer The New Mexico State softball team went head to head against their instate rivals, New Mexico, in the last regular season game. The Aggies overpowered the Lobos as they scored 14 runs to the Lobos two. The Aggies put on an offensive clinic with 13 hits and 10 walks. The Aggies also held themselves to six[Read More...]


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Aggie Women’s Golf claims the WAC Championship

By Jarrett Trantham staff writer   The New Mexico State Aggie women’s golf team played with resilience this weekend and finished No. 1 to claim its first Western Athletic Conference title. Aggie sophomores Viviana Macias and Kacey Dalpes found success all season and were placed on the All-WAC first team, while freshman Camille Orito was placed on the All-WAC second[Read More...]


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NMSU Men’s Rodeo team goes undefeated

By Jarrett Trantham staff writer   After battling through the wind and the dust in this weekend’s rodeo, the New Mexico State University men’s Rodeo team has completed its regular season with an undefeated record of 10-0. The rodeo event this weekend featured competition from every team in the Grand Canyon Region of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association.  The NMSU[Read More...]


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Aggie Memorial Stadium says goodbye to natural grass

By Cristina Solis staff writer New Mexico State University football players may be playing on artificial turf this August, but the decision seems controversial to many in the community. Although NMSU still needs final approval from the New Mexico Board of Finance and The New Mexico Higher Education Department, the Board of Regents approved a $1.3 million switch from grass[Read More...]


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Aggie baseball to play GCU on the road

By Jarrett Trantham staff writer The New Mexico State Aggie baseball team (16-20, 7-5 WAC) is set to play a three game series against the Grand Canyon University Antelopes (21-17, 10-5 WAC) in hopes to find a better standing in the Western Athletic Conference rankings. NM State is currently ranked No. 4 in the WAC standings behind Sacramento State, Grand[Read More...]


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Aggie men’s golf to defend title in WAC Championship

By Jarrett Tranthamstaff writer The New Mexico State Aggie men’s golf team has done well this season and is now preparing to defend its title in the Western Athletic Conference Championship, which NM State has won six of the last eight years. Based on head-to-head, the Aggies are currently ranked No. 68 overall and are the only team in the[Read More...]


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Aggies win weekend series against Redhawks

By Ty Steversstaff writer The New Mexico State Aggies baseball team won three of four games this weekend against Seattle University. The wins moved the Aggies (15-20, 7-5 WAC) into a tie for No. 4 in the Western Athletic Conference with the Redhawks (17-18, 7-5 WAC). The Aggies won the first game of the series 7-4. Christopher Bradley (3-4) picked up the[Read More...]


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Equestrian ends season at NCEA championships

By Skyler Wilsonstaff writer   The New Mexico State equestrian team ended their season at the 2014 National Collegiate Equestrian National Championships. The Aggies took on SMU in Waco, Texas for the championship round. The team unfortunately lost their final matchup against SMU on Friday. The final score was 6-10. Leading up the National Championships, the Aggies had performed more[Read More...]


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Aggies have a record breaking weekend

By Jarrett Trantham staff writer The New Mexico State Aggies softball team leads the Western Athletic Conference at 8-1, after unleashing its offensive power this weekend and sweeping the Runners of California State University-Bakersfield in a three game series. On Friday, the Aggies defeated Bakersfield in a double-header with a 7-5 win in the first game and an 8-1 win[Read More...]


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Meet the Player: Staci Rodriguez

By Skyler Wilson staff writer The New Mexico State University softball team has started out their 2014 season well, and the team’s success was due to a great amount of help from the 5-foot-10-inch outfielder Staci Rodriguez.  Rodriguez has been one of the most important factors for the Aggies for this season and the last two seasons. This year Rodriguez[Read More...]


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Daniel Mullings named All-American

By Skyler Wilson staff writer Daniel Mullings, junior guard from New Mexico State, was honored on March 31 by the Associated Press as an All-American college basketball player.  Mullings’ outstanding 2013-2014 season led to his qualification for an All-American player. This season, Mullings led the Aggies in assists with 123 and was tied for the top spot in the Western[Read More...]


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Aggie softball set to host UMKC in series at home

By Ty Stevers staff writer The University of Missouri-Kansas City Kangaroos softball team (11-25, 1-2 WAC) will look for three conference wins against the New Mexico State Aggies (21-15, 3-0) this weekend in Las Cruces. The Kansas City will play two games against Omaha on Tuesday before traveling to play the Aggies. UMKC has struggled this season both hitting and[Read More...]


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Aggies prepare to battle the Bears

By Jarrett Trantham staff writer The New Mexico State Aggie men’s baseball team is preparing for a three game series against the University of Northern Colorado Bears on Friday, April 4-6 in Greeley, Colorado. The Aggies currently sit at 10-14 for the season with only three wins on the road. However, the Aggies are doing well in the Western Athletic[Read More...]


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Fans support Aggies

By Skyler Wilson staff writer The Aggie men’s basketball team has punched their tickets to the big dance for the third year in a row. The members of the Aggie faithful went out to see the basketball team off to the NCAA tournament. It was nothing short of a party at the Pan American Center today yesterday New Mexico State[Read More...]


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Aggie golf shows progression at National Invitational Tournament

By Jarrett Trantham staff writer The New Mexico State Aggie men’s golf team showed they can improve as a team in all three rounds of the National Invitational Tournament in Tucson this weekend.   The first round of the tournament proved to be a tough start, with none of the Aggies scoring par or better.   Pat Beyhan led the[Read More...]


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Aggies win WAC Tournament for third year

By Jarrett Trantham staff writer The New Mexico State Aggie men’s basketball team made great strides this season and all of their success can be summed up with three straight wins in the Western Athletic Conference Tournament and a championship win over the No. 5 seed Idaho Vandals 77-55.   Although NM State was defeated by Idaho in their last[Read More...]


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Aggies swipe down the Redhawks

By Jarrett Trantham staff writer The No. 2 seed New Mexico State Aggies earned a much needed and well deserved 70-68 win Thursday night in the quarterfinal game of the Western Athletic Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament against the No. 7 seed Seattle University Redhawks.   The first half of the game proved to be intense with both teams finding momentum[Read More...]


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Aggies win big on senior night

by Skyler Wilson staff writer  The New Mexico State men’s basketball team ended their regular season on a high note with a huge win against Grand Canyon University. The Aggies played a powerful offensive basketball game scoring 81 points total and held their opponent to 57 points. NM State took the lead early in the first half while shooting 39.4[Read More...]


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Aggies fall to Wolverines, lose composure

By Ty Stevers staff writer ​The New Mexico State Aggies (21-9, 10-4 WAC) fell in overtime Thursday night in a battle for the top stop in theWestern Athletic Conference to Utah Valley (17-10, 11-3 WAC) 66-61 in Orem, Utah. UVU is now in first place and one game ahead in the WAC. ​The Aggies were led by Daniel Mullings who[Read More...]


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Aggie Softball wins five straight at UTEP Invitational

By Jarrett Trantham staff writer The New Mexico State Aggie softball team picked up five straight wins in El Paso at the UTEP Invitational against the Incarnate Word Cardinals and the Houston Baptist Huskies. The series began on Friday, Feb. 21 with two separate matchups in which the Aggies defeated the Cardinals 16-2 and the Huskies 8-3. In the first[Read More...]


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Aggie baseball dominates double header

By Jarrett Trantham staff writer The New Mexico State Aggie baseball team showed great potential in their double header match up against Southern Indiana University-Edwardsville this weekend. Although the Aggies had fallen 3-4 the previous night, they found success in their offensive capabilities which proved too strong for the Cougar defense. Defensively, the Aggies showed great preparation and control, especially[Read More...]


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Aggies look to win student section award

By Ty Stevers staff writer College basketball student sections are essential to the game as the student section is responsible for creating an atmosphere that the home team can ride to victory. For the third, the Naismith Student Section of the Year Award will be handed to the team with the highest fan votes.  Kansas, and their legendary Allen Fieldhouse[Read More...]


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Aggies Dominate Roos

By Ty Stevers staff writer  The New Mexico State Aggies basketball team continued their run of home court dominance with a victory Thursday night over Kansas City at the Pan American Center.  The Aggies raced to a 35-22 halftime lead and didn’t look back. UMKC never got closer than 10 points in the second half as NMSU cruised to a[Read More...]


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Alumni Game

By Skyler Wilson staff writer The New Mexico State Aggie baseball team started their year off with a friendly exhibition game against past Aggie alumni players in the annual Alumni Game. Unlike a regular season game, the alumni game consisted of friendly joking between the players, umpires and announcers throughout the entire game. The Aggies have yet to play a[Read More...]


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Clutch grand slam tops UTEP

By Skyler Wilson staff writer This weekend the New Mexico State Aggie softball team hosted the Hotel Encanto invitational to begin their 2014 season. The Aggies concluded their weekend with a rivalry game against the University of Texas-El Paso Miners. The Aggies had only won one game of five for the weekend leading up to the finale against the Miners[Read More...]


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Aggies improve their conference standings with several big plays

By Michael S. Yaczko staff writer A solid victory by the New Mexico State University Aggie Men’s Basketball team over the University of Texas Pan-American Broncs will improve their standing in the Western Athletic Conference. NMSU put up 90 points and held Texas Pan-American to 78 points in Saturday’s contest. Junior guard Daniel Mullings scored a career high of 32[Read More...]


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Aggie Athletics has ups and downs

By Justin Martinez staff writer Aggie athletics had an eventful weekend in the sports world, though the weekend definitely had its ups and downs. The New Mexico State men’s basketball team played against Missouri and Kansas City in hopes of preventing themselves from losing two games in a row; unfortunately, that wasn’t the case. The Aggies fell to the Kangaroos[Read More...]


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The Bhullar Brothers: Double Trouble

By Michael S. Yaczko staff writer Sim Bhullar, the 7’5” Sophomore Center, and his “little” brother Tanveer, who himself stands 7’3”, are two players who exude not only talent, but hard work and a positive attitude both on and off the court. The brothers, who hail from Toronto, Ontario, have both demonstrated that they are forces to be reckoned with.[Read More...]


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Aggies lose to Lobos Wednesday night

By Justin Martinez  staff writer After the Aggies lost to Colorado State on Nov. 30 by a mere two points, they were then defeated by in-state rival University of New Mexico on Wednesday night. The Lobos ended the Aggies 15-game home winning streak at the Pan American center with a 79-70 victory in front of 9,184 fans. The Aggies are[Read More...]


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Aggies outgunned by rival Miners at home

By Michael S. Yaczko staff writer The battle for I-10 continued in the latest chapter of the 97-year-old rivalry between the University of Texas-El Paso Miners and the New Mexico State University Aggies in women’s basketball on Tuesday, Dec. 3. The Miners women’s basketball team defeated NM State for the second time this year, 80-61 in a physical confrontation on[Read More...]


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Aggie Men’s basketball hosts rival UNM

By Justin Martinez staff writer The in-state rivalry game every New Mexico State men’s basketball fan waits for is finally here. At 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 4 the Aggies will host the University of New Mexico Lobos in the Pan American Center. Last season, the Aggies lost both games against the Lobos, 73-58 and 68-63. This heated rivalry goes[Read More...]


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Aggies look to beat UTEP in their house

By Justin Martinez staff writer The New Mexico State men’s basketball team defeated its I-10 rival, Texas-El Paso, Saturday, Nov. 15 in front of a raucous crowd of 10,019 people in the Pan American Center, and the Aggies are looking for their next win.  The Aggies beat the Miners 86-73, to give the Aggies a 105-100 game advantage over the Miners in[Read More...]


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Aggies vanquish Utah Valley on Senior Night

By Michael S. Yaczko staff writer The New Mexico State Aggies routed the Utah Valley University Wolverines in a three set sweep (25-18, 25-18 and 25-20) at the Pan American Center on Thursday, Nov. 21.  It was sweet revenge for NM State who came up short against the Wolverines earlier in the season. The Aggies came into the game scoring aggressively as[Read More...]


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Aggies score explosive victory over Northern Colorado

By Michael S. Yaczko staff writer The New Mexico State University Aggies defeated The Northern Colorado University Bears last night in a fight to the finish, with the final score being 67-63.  The turnout was not as impressive as the University of Texas El Paso; however 5,444 students and local Aggie fans showed up to support the team. Junior guard[Read More...]


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Men’s basketball looks to continue their winning streak

By Justin Martinez staff writer The Aggie Men’s basketball team has had success lately, winning three games in a row. They will push for a fourth win when they host Northern Colorado at the Pan Am Center Wednesday at 7 p.m. Another winning streak is on the line tonight, when the Aggies try to improve their home-winning streak to 14[Read More...]


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Las Cruces and New Mexico State University Athletics announce partnership

News Release from the City of Las Cruces. The Round Up will continue to update this story as it develops. Las Cruces City Hall 700 N. Main Las Cruces, NM  88007 pio@las-cruces.org   NEWS RELEASE   Contact: Parks & Recreation Phone: 575/541-2550 November 19, 2013   Las Cruces and New Mexico State University Athletics Announce Partnership The City of Las[Read More...]


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The Aggies make a strong statement about NMSU sports in shaming rival UTEP

By Michael S. Yaczko staff writer The crowd was roaring even before the players took the court.   The Aggies took control of the game against the University of Texas-El Paso from the start, building on an increasing lead thought the game, leaving the Miners in the dust of an 86-73 Aggie victory. NM State made 24 of 44 shots, finishing out the[Read More...]


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Aggies and Miners to battle on the court tonight

By Daisy Hernandez contributing writer Men’s basketball season is here and the traditional battle of I-10 rivalry between New Mexico State University and University of Texas at El Paso will start off the season. UTEP and NMSU have a long history of rivalry. Friday will mark the 205th meeting between both teams, with NMSU in the lead of 104-100.  “It’s[Read More...]


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Lady Aggies dominate Boise State by 30

By Justin Martinez staff writer The Aggie women’s basketball team crushed Boise State in a 98-68 victory for the home opener. This win brought their early season standings to a 1-1 record. Sophomore guard Abby Scott had a career game, scoring 21 points and six assists. Scott shot 8-15 from the field and hit on 4-11 from three-point range. Her[Read More...]


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Aggies send the Miners back down I-10 kicking rocks

By Michael S. Yaczko staff writer The New Mexico State Aggie Women’s Volleyball team won its eighth victory in a row on last night. Not only is it a special winning streak for Mike Jordan and his talented team, but it was a hard fought battle against NM State’s rival, The University of Texas-El Paso.  In a tough four sets,[Read More...]


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Aggie Volleyball dominating in the WAC

           By Michael S. Yaczko   staff writer The Aggies have faced and dominated five conference opponents in the last 10 days, three of them in unfriendly confines on a lengthy road trip before returning home to host the University of Missouri-Kansas City Roos, on Nov 7. Two days before turning around two nights later and[Read More...]


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Aggies fall in battle against Boston College

By Michael S. Yaczko staff writer The New Mexico State University Aggies fought for their second win of the season against Boston College, but lost 48-34. The game was closer than the score would make it appear, however. The 21 points that Boston College managed to put on the board in the fourth quarter were what did the Aggies in.[Read More...]


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Women’s basketball off to a good start

By Michael S. Yaczko staff writer The New Mexico State Aggie Women’s basketball team put on a show on Saturday Nov. 2, in a free to the public exhibition game against the Mustangs of Western New Mexico at the Pan American Center in Las Cruces.   When the lights went out the final score was NM State 75, Western New[Read More...]


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The Ragin’ Cajuns defeat the Aggies

By Michael S. Yaczko staff writer The New Mexico State Aggies suffered a deflating loss on the road against the University of Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns on Saturday Nov. 2. The final score was 49-35. Fans of NM State were dreaming of an upset victory at half time, as the Aggies led the Ragin’ Cajuns 28-14, but the game soon turned[Read More...]


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Aggie basketball begins with a decisive victory

By Justin Martinez staff writer ​Basketball season is finally here, and the NMSU men’s basketball season started off with a 97-68 exhibition victory on Tuesday night against Western New Mexico University. Fans were allowed free admission to this exhibition matchup, and the Aggies didn’t disappoint. ​NM State finished the game with six players with double-digit points. Junior guard DK Eldridge[Read More...]


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NMSU beats Grand Canyon in three straight sets

By Justin Martinez staff writer The two previous games weren’t too kind to the Aggie volleyball team as they dropped two straight Western Athletic Conference matches on the road, but NM State put their losing streak to a halt in a decisive win over Grand Canyon University. T The Aggies beat the Antelopes in straight sets: 25-18, 25-16, and 25-17.[Read More...]


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Aggies Fall to Rice but succeed in fighting breast cancer

By Michael Yaczko staff writer The New Mexico State Aggies were only able to score 19 points in their matchup against The Owls of Rice University tonight.  However, Cowboys for Cancer Research was able to raise $593,992 in contributions for Tough Enough to Wear Pink during this weeks activities. The check was presented during the Halftime ceremony. Rice was able[Read More...]


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ATC finds football and basketball most profitable

By Lillian Bowe staff writer One of the three new transition teams that were formed by New Mexico State University president Garrey Carruthers, the Athletics Transition Committee (ATC), reported their findings at an open forum on Thursday at the Health and Social Services Annex and one of finding was Football and men’s basketball make up 94 percent of the income[Read More...]


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Aggies Embrace Think Pink

By Michael S. Yaczko staff writer The Aggies have unveiled their new Pink uniforms for a special game against the University of Rice Owls on Sat. Oct. 19. The pink jerseys are to promote the “Think Pink” campaign on campus and throughout Las Cruces to raise awareness for breast cancer. “Adidas put those uniforms together special for us,” Coach Doug[Read More...]


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Rivals set to face off in 1-25 showdown

By Michael S. Yaczko staff writer It’s a rivalry that has gone strong for more than 100 years. On Saturday in Albuquerque, NM the University of New Mexico Lobos and the New Mexico State University Aggies will take the field to face each other yet again. The first meeting of the Lobos and Aggies on the football gridiron actually pre-dates[Read More...]


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NMSU sweeps CSU for second time in 3 set match

By Grace Gutierrez staff writer The New Mexico State Aggies swept California State University Bakersfield in a three set match on Monday, giving the Aggies an undefeated record over Roadrunners. The Aggies brought the heat in the first match with 14 kills and 13 digs to start off the night. Ending the set quickly, the Aggies attempted and scored the[Read More...]


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Aggies almost find victory against San Diego State

By Michael S. Yaczko staff writer The New Mexico State University Aggies didn’t earn their first win against the San Diego State Aztecs on Saturday and lost to a final score of 26-16. The Aggies started the game successfully and made important early stops that prevented the Aztecs from moving the ball down the field. The only points San Diego[Read More...]


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Mistakes cause Aggies to lose five set match against UNM

By Grace Gutierrez staff writer The New Mexico State volleyball team (5-10) lost a five set match Monday night against the University of New Mexico (10-1). After a rough start, the Aggies gained momentum through the third and fourth matches, but ultimately fell 3-2 (17-25, 25-23, 25-19, 12-25, 10-15). A hard-hitting team with a lot of aggressive angles, made in[Read More...]


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The Silver Lining

By Michael Yaczko staff writer The nationally ranked University of California Los Angeles Bruins outplayed the New Mexico State Aggie Football team yesterday night. The final score was 59-13 in favor of UCLA but unlike some of the earlier performances in NM State’s season, a little thunder rumbled in Southern California for the crimson and white. Against a nationally competitive[Read More...]


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The Miners defeat The Aggies in the Battle of I-10

By Michael Yaczko staff writer “Well, It was turnovers, we beat ourselves and that’s one thing that we can’t accept,” said Coach Doug Martin, after the loss to rival University of Texas-El Paso. The turnovers started immediately, as UTEP launched a booming kick across the field which was caught by Darien Johnson who made it five yards out of the[Read More...]


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Guns Up, Get Ready for the Battle of I-10

By Michael Yaczko staff writer The silver spade and the brass spittoon are up for grabs as the 91st meeting of the New Mexico State University Aggies and The University of Texas El Paso Miners takes place Sat. The Aggies have been defeated in the last 4 meetings against UTEP and are looking to make a serious statement in the[Read More...]


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Global Connections Begins Again at NMSU

By David Norton contributing writer The globetrotting faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences is back in school for their third annual Global Connections lecture series. The faculty will be talking about trips spanning the globe from the Netherlands to the Sub-Sahara of Africa and beyond. Now in its third year, the Global Connections series focuses on the cultural[Read More...]


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NM State soccer weekend recap

Story by Michael Yackzo Staff Writer New Mexico State Soccer traveled to Las Vegas, Nev. this weekend for the University of Nevada Las Vegas Nike Invitational Tournament. The Aggies recorded their first shutout of the season against The Long Island University Brooklyn Blackbirds Aug. 30. After a scoreless first half, NM State found their way onto the scoreboard after forward[Read More...]


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NM State volleyball starts season with mixed results

Michael Yackzo Staff Writer The New Mexico State Volleyball Team traveled to Berkley, Calif. this weekend to participate in the California Golden Bears tournament and competed with mixed results. The Aggies overpowered The University of Nevada Wolf pack during the opening Friday match. NM State put on a dominant performance resulting in a sweep in 3 sets, winning 25-21, 25-18[Read More...]


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