NMSU Round Up

NBA Week 18

Derek Gonzales

February 22, 2016

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The 2016 NBA trade deadline was expected to be as entertaining as the year before, when players like Goran Dragic, Isaiah Thomas, Reggie Jackson, Enes Kanter, and Kevin Garnett were traded minutes before the four p.m. Eastern Time d...

Huggins, Siakam lead Aggies to WAC glory

Albert Luna, Sports Editor

February 20, 2016

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  NMSU basketball has been dominating the Western Athletic Conference for years now since the conference landscape changed in 2011. This year seems to be no different. The Aggies defeated Seattle U on Saturday night, 70-57,...

Aggie baseball struggles against Towson, pull off a comeback

Albert Luna, Sports Editor

February 19, 2016

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  New Mexico State’s baseball season got off to a nailbiting start on Friday night as they came back from a four-run deficit to win their season-opener against Towson, 8-5, at the Presley Askew Field. The Aggies came...

Aggies one win away from WAC title

Albert Luna, Sports Editor

February 18, 2016

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  New Mexico State needed to break out of a shooting slump and get back in the win column. At least they accomplished half of that goal on Thursday night. NMSU was able to hang on for a close 63-55 win over Cal State Bakersfield...

Aggies softball has a perfect weekend

Derek Gonzales, Staff Writer

February 14, 2016

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  It’s safe to say the New Mexico State softball team is on a mission to repeat last year’s success. After defeating Incarnate Word three times and UTEP once in the first two days of the Aggie Invitational, the Aggies c...

Aggies get Help from Everyone, Win Big

Derek Gonzales, Staff Writer

February 6, 2016

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  New Mexico State came into Saturday’s game against Utah Valley in an all too familiar place: atop the conference standings. After Thursday’s 70-50 win over Grand Canyon, the Aggies faced the Wolverines with a...

Aggies beat GCU, on and off the court

Albert Luna, Sports Editor

February 4, 2016

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There were Twitter wars, pre-game crowd contests, and 5,000 flautas all promoting the highly anticipated NMSU-GCU matchup on Thursday night. But most of all, there was a game to be played, in which the Aggies were sure to leave...

Aggies men’s basketball victorious on Lou Henson Day

Albert Luna, Sports Editor

January 30, 2016

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  The New Mexico State Aggies returned home for the first time in the spring semester to blow out the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Vaqueros on Saturday night in the Pan American Center, 92-68, in the Lou Henson...

Aggies take down Seattle behind Salas’ career-night

Albert Luna, Sports Editor

January 21, 2016

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Rarely does a competitive, successful team bring back veteran leadership and savvy that is able to play now, and also have clear building blocks for the future. The New Mexico State women’s basketball team has the best of both...

Siakam, Baker, lead NMSU to win over UTEP

Albert Luna, Sports Editor

December 2, 2015

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  The Aggies defeated the University of Texas - El Paso Miners, 73-59, on Wednesday night in the Pan American Center. UTEP came into the game undefeated, while NMSU was reeling from an overtime loss to Air Force...

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