NMSU Round Up

NMSU sweeps doubleheader with UTEP, enters WAC play on a high

NMSU sweeps doubleheader with UTEP, enters WAC play on a high

James Martin, Sports Writer

March 27, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Everything went right for the New Mexico State softball team Tuesday evening, with the Aggies soundly defeating I-10 rival UTEP in both games of the doubleheader matchup. The Aggies were electric from the plate all day, hitting an impressive .478 and .429 in each game respectively. The scoring often...

Aggies complete the series sweep over Maine, a confident bunch now heads into big week

Aggies complete the series sweep over Maine, a confident bunch now heads into big week

Jonah Gallegos, Sports Writer

March 18, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

It was a good weekend series in favor of the New Mexico State baseball team, who completed the series sweep against Maine despite the high winds that were present during Sunday's matinee game.  The Aggies took the field for essentially their fourth game in just three days, completing their second...

Aggies drop both games of double-header against Minnesota

Aggies drop both games of double-header against Minnesota

James Martin, Sports Writer

March 17, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Saturday was a rough homecoming for the New Mexico State softball team. The Aggies returned home this weekend to take on Minnesota after a month full of away games and out of town tournaments, and after picking up a solid victory over the Golden Gophers Friday night, dropped both games of a double-hea...

New Mexico State Baseball continues to be aggressive at the plate; wins both games against Maine

New Mexico State Baseball continues to be aggressive at the plate; wins both games against Maine

Jonah Gallegos, Sports Writer

March 17, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

  New Mexico State Baseball downed the Maine Black Bears during Saturday's featured doubleheader at Presley Askew Field; the Aggies won both games by scores of 10-6 and 14-7 in the night cap.  NMSU senior Trey Stine hit a three-run homer in the bottom of the eighth to help ensure the...

New Mexico State’s upset bid falls short against Clemson

New Mexico State’s upset bid falls short against Clemson

Derek Gonzales, Managing Editor

March 17, 2018


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SAN DIEGO- Aggie fans will have to wait another year to see how Cinderella looks in Crimson and White. New Mexico State, a trendy upset pick going into their first-round matchup with the Clemson Tigers, could not slow down a suddenly-potent offensive attack and fell 79-68 Friday night inside San Diego...

Three keys to New Mexico State vs. Clemson

Three keys to New Mexico State vs. Clemson

Derek Gonzales, Managing Editor

March 16, 2018


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SAN DIEGO- Upset-minded and looking to make a run deep into the NCAA Tournament, the New Mexico State Aggies will look to advance into the Round of 32 with a win Friday night against the No. 5 Clemson Tigers Friday night inside San Diego State’s Viejas Arena. Here are a couple of things to watch that...

Battle-tested Aggies look to embrace bright lights once more

Battle-tested Aggies look to embrace bright lights once more

Derek Gonzales, Managing Editor

March 16, 2018


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SAN DIEGO- When New Mexico State takes the floor Friday night inside Viejas Arena, a lot of folks from around the country will be tuning in to see if the trendy upset pick from Las Cruces can slay Goliath in the No. 5 Clemson Tigers. The Aggies (28-5) are not just happy to make the NCAA Tournament,...

Chris Jans prepares experienced No. 12 New Mexico State for potential upset bid

Chris Jans prepares experienced No. 12 New Mexico State for potential upset bid

Derek Gonzales, Managing Editor

March 15, 2018


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SAN DIEGO- Chris Jans says he’s not superstitious. Maybe he’s not. But from what it sounds like, maybe he is a little stitious. The first-year New Mexico State head men’s basketball coach brought to Southern California the same yellow socks with the small red Zia symbols that he wore in the Western...

Sports Podcast: March Madness tournament predictions; basketball overview

Sports Podcast: March Madness tournament predictions; basketball overview

Albert Luna and Jonah Gallegos

March 15, 2018


Filed under Multimedia, Showcase, Sports

The Round Up's Editor-in-Chief Albert Luna is joined by Round Up Sports writer Jonah Gallegos to discuss NM State basketball. Both discuss their predictions for the NCAA tournament and preview NMSU's first round game against Clemson.

No. 12 New Mexico State to face No. 5 Clemson in NCAA Tournament

No. 12 New Mexico State to face No. 5 Clemson in NCAA Tournament

Derek Gonzales, Managing Editor

March 11, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Going dancing sure doesn’t get old. The New Mexico State Aggies, fresh off winning their eighth Western Athletic Conference Tournament Championship, will travel west down Interstate 10 to San Diego, where they will face the Atlantic Coast Conference’s Clemson Tigers Friday at 7:57 (MT) on TruTV...

WAC Championship Watch Party Photo Gallery

WAC Championship Watch Party Photo Gallery

Cassidy Kuester, Multimedia Staff

March 11, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, Multimedia, Photo Galleries, Showcase, Sports

Students gathered at the Aggie Lounge in the Corbett Center Student Union Saturday night to watch the Aggies take on Grand Canyon University in a nail biting game that ended with a 72-58 win over the Antelopes.   

New Mexico State takes down GCU; claims WAC Tournament Title and heads to the NCAA Tournament

New Mexico State takes down GCU; claims WAC Tournament Title and heads to the NCAA Tournament

Jonah Gallegos, Sports Writer

March 11, 2018


Filed under Editor's Picks, Showcase, Sports

There were a lot of unknowns heading into the 2017-18 season for the New Mexico State University Men's basketball program; new coach, new recruits and just an entirely new team from a season ago – but first year head coach Chris Jans and his team continue to prove the naysayers wrong. ...

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