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Monday, November 24, 2014 - 2:16pm

Sports

UTEP Signs Two Student-Athletes To National Letters Of Intent

A high school senior (Najala Howell) and a junior-college member (Tamara Seda) have signed national letters of intent to attend school and compete with the UTEP women’s basketball team starting for the 2015-16 scholastic year, head coach

Southwest University Park Honored as Ballpark Digest’s Best New Ballpark of the Year

A ballpark should be more than just a ballpark: it should be designed to be an integral part of the community.

Miners Eager to Get Things Going Versus Washington State

A UTEP men’s basketball team that has high hopes for the 2014-15 season will be tested immediately in its season opener versus Washington State on Friday at 8 in the Don Haskins Center.

Trakh signs two during early signing period

With the 2014-15 season opener days away, New Mexico State women’s basketball head coach Mark Trakh is already bolstering his lineup for next season, as Jeneva Toilolo and Brooke Salas both signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday t

Delgado reinstated as NM State Soccer Coach

The New Mexico State University Athletics Director Dr. McKinley Boston announced the reinstatement of Aggie Soccer coach Freddy Delgado effective immediately. Delgado had been placed on administrative leave on Oct. 14.

UTEP Basketball Inks Three to NLIs

The UTEP men’s basketball program added three players for the 2015-16 season and beyond on Wednesday as guard Lee Moore, forward/center Christian Romine and forward Paul Thomas signed national letters of intent with the Miners.

5 Las Cruces, 4 Mayfield football players suspended after brawl

UPDATE: LCPS superintendent Stan Rounds said that student names will not be released due to district disciplinary privacy regulations. He added that when it came to determining suspensions they looked for punches, kicks, and stomping.

Local volleyball teams fall in playoffs

The El Paso High Tigers and Coronado Thunderbirds have advanced to the Texas Regional Quarterfinals of the volleyball playoffs. Here is their playoff schedule: Tuesday, November 11 6A Regional Quarterfinals

Highlanders headed to the playoffs!

Bel Air High School is headed to the playoffs for the first time since 1998.  Big Red is pumped for this Bi-District round... tune in to hear from the Highlanders head coach, Tony Cervantes!

Miners welcome Jones back before game vs North Texas

UTEP (5-4, 3-2 Conference USA) returns to the Sun Bowl to host North Texas (3-6, 1-4 C-USA) on Centennial Weekend Saturday. Kickoff is slated for 8 p.m. MT.

Floyd Plans to Sign Three

UTEP Nation is about to grow by three. NCAA regulations prevent UTEP Coach Tim Floyd from discussing recruiting, but all signs indicate he will sign a trio of players when the early signing period begins November 12th.

UTEP women's basketball radio moves to KROD

Miner IMG Sports has reached a deal with 600 ESPN El Paso, KROD-AM Radio to broadcast the majority of the UTEP women’s basketball team’s home and away games for the 2014-15 season, including the First Light Federal Credit Union &ldq

UTEP junior named College Performer of the Week

For the second consecutive week Autrey Golden was named the College Football Kick Returner Performer of the Week.

Aggies Win Exhibition Game

Four players scored in double figures as New Mexico State toppled Western New Mexico 102-39 in an exhibition contest Monday night at the Pan American Center.

Beau's Best: Top Plays from Week 11!

Tune in for Beau's Best, sponsored by Wing Stop.  The best high school football plays from the final week of the regular season, tune in!