NMSU Round Up

Aggies improve to perfect 10-0 in WAC with win over Seattle

NM State crushes Seattle in three sets for their 12th straight-set win of the season.

Mia Tontodonati, Sports Writer

October 26, 2019

The New Mexico State volleyball team continued their WAC dominance, improving to 10-0 in conference play Saturday afternoon in their straight-set win over Seattle to complete the season sweep. As soon as the game commenced, the Aggies (19-3, 10-0 WAC) made it clear they weren’t allowing a blemish ...

NM State hopes to use bye week to break through against Georgia Southern

Cedric Wilcots celebrates a sack against Liberty.

Anthony McKenna, Sports Writer

October 25, 2019

The New Mexico State football team is set to take the field again after a bye week hiatus against the Georgia Southern Eagles in Statesboro this Saturday in what Las Cruces hopes to be the end of a season long losing streak for the Aggies. An 0-7 start to the season isn't the plan for any program, bu...

NM State volleyball continues to shine bright as season approaches home stretch

New Mexico State enters the back half of the conference season with a perfect 8-0 WAC record.

Mia Tontodonati, Sports Writer

October 24, 2019

It comes as little surprise that the New Mexico State volleyball team is dominating their 2019 campaign, as that’s become the norm for the Mike Jordan led squad, but this sustained excellence is exactly what makes the program so stupefyingly amazing. Following a 24-8 season that featured another WAC Championshi...

Know your foe: Georgia Southern Eagles

The Aggies stay on the road to take on GS in an effort to get their first win of the season. (Photo courtesy of Yahoo! Sports)

James Martin, Sports Editor

October 24, 2019

The New Mexico State football team returns to the field following their first open week of the season to take on Georgia Southern in a throwback clash with the former Sun Belt rival. To get more of an in-depth look at the Eagles ahead of Saturday's matchup, I asked Kaitlin Sells, managing sports editor...

Late goal by Pacheco propels Aggies to first WAC win

New Mexico State wins their second conference game in the Rob Baarts era and earns their second win of the season.

Anthony McKenna, Sports Writer

October 18, 2019

The New Mexico State women’s soccer team came out and shocked the the WAC Friday afternoon, taking down CSU Bakersfield 1-0 in overtime for a much needed first conference win of the season, ending what was a nine game losing streak. NM State defender Annalise Pacheco was at the right place at the right time...

Bye week gives Aggies chance at hard reset heading into second half of season

NM State looks to take advantage of the week off heading into the Aggies' road contest against Georgia Southern.

Anthony McKenna and James Martin

October 17, 2019

Following another loss — last week to Central Michigan — the New Mexico State football team gets a much needed open week, where the Aggies will need to change something if they hope to muster anything out of what’s been an injury plagued, mistake filled season to this point. NM State’s offense bu...

Aggies crush GCU to extend lead atop WAC

Redshirt-senior Megan Hart serves for the Aggies.

Mia Tontodonati, Sports Writer

October 12, 2019

The New Mexico State volleyball team collected their 15th win of the season Saturday afternoon in a three-set sweep over Grand Canyon University (25-18, 25-13, 25-16), improving their conference record to spotless 6-0. The game started off a tight match, but NM State didn't let this phase them, sett...

New Mexico State football begins long road trip against Central Michigan

The Aggies look to bounce back after dropping a third-straight winnable game last Saturday vs. Liberty.

Anthony McKenna, Sports Writer

October 11, 2019

The New Mexico State Aggie football team, still winless in 2019, travel to Mount Pleasant this weekend to face the 3-3 Central Michigan Chippewas to kick off the Aggie’s shockingly lengthy road stint, lasting well into the month of November. After another mistake-filled loss last Saturday — this time...

NM State volleyball rolls over CSUB for sixth straight victory

New Mexico State improves to a perfect 5-0 in the WAC in their four-set win over CSU Bakersfield.

Mia Tontodonati, Sports Writer

October 10, 2019

The New Mexico State volleyball team improved on their WAC leading form Thursday night, topping CSU Bakersfield in a four-set battle (25-15, 25-16,17-25, 25-21) to go to 5-0 in conference this season. The Aggies jumped out to a lead early in the first set, executing their first block about a minute ...

Pack, Aggies ready for 2019-2020 campaign as preseason WAC favorites

Gia Pack enters the year as  preseason WAC Player of the Year after her earning her second-straight All-WAC First Team nod.

Mia Tontodonati, Sports Writer

October 9, 2019

With the season less than one month away, the New Mexico State women's basketball team is gearing up to defend their conference title from a historic 2018-2019 campaign in what looks to be another expectation filled year for head coach Brooke Atkinson and her team. Last season the Aggies went 27-6 overall and...

NM State soccer suffers seventh-straight loss in chippy battle with CBU

Alexa Barrera jostles with the CBU defender for possession.

Anthony McKenna, Sports Writer

October 6, 2019

The New Mexico State women’s soccer team fall to 1-9-2 after suffering their seventh-straight loss this season to WAC leading California Baptist University (9-2-1, 2-0 WAC) Sunday afternoon at the NM State Soccer Complex. Shots were flying all game, with a total of 27 spewing from each side. The Lan...

Aggies come up short in sloppy homecoming loss to Liberty

A growingly unfamiliar sight -- fans pack Aggie Memorial at a 2019 football matchup against San Diego State.

James Martin, Sports Editor

October 5, 2019

The story of the 2019 New Mexico State football season has been all about turnovers, and tonight’s 20-13 loss to Liberty was no different, with the Aggies shooting themselves in the foot consistently en route to an 0-6 start to the season. A disappointing first half wouldn't start off all bad, with t...

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