College Sports Madness names All-WAC honors

A couple of days after being named the Western Athletic Conference Coach of the Year by the conference, NM State women’s basketball head coach Mark Trakh has received the same honor from College Sports Madness, the entity announced Wednes

Aggies fall to Red Raiders in extra innings

The New Mexico State baseball team fell 4-3 to No. 13 Texas Tech in 12 innings of play at Rip Griffin Park in Lubbock, Texas, Tuesday, March 10. The Aggies are now 1-13 this season and Texas Tech moves to 11-4 overall.

Eagles visit UMC Children's Hospital

The Andress High School Boys Basketball team is 32-1 on the season, ranked #5 in the state in 5A, and is heading to the Final Four at the Alamodome in San Antonio. 

Davon House Gets $25 Million

Davon House has struck it rich.  The free agent cornerback from New Mexico State signed a four-year $25 million dollar contract with Jacksonville on Wednesday.

Eagles forward named Student Player of the Week

Rashad Still might be on his way to Minnesota to play football as a receiver, but first, he's lighting up UIL in helping Andress achieve legendary status, guiding the Andress High School boys basketball team to the 5A Final Four in San Anto

Han to fight for world title at Coliseum

Maria Escalante, CEO of Wera Promotions, has confirmed that ‘El Paso’s Sweetheart’ Jennifer Han has challenged the current International Boxing Federation (IBF) World Featherweight Champion ‘Iron Lady’ Helen Joseph

Second consecutive WAC weekly award for tennis player

The Western Athletic Conference announced on Tuesday the WAC women’s tennis Athlete of the Week, as New Mexico State’s Susana Alcaraz garnered the award for the third time this season.

Aggies lose in final inning, snaps 10-game win streak

The New Mexico State softball team had its 10-game winning streak snapped on Tuesday afternoon as Middle Tennessee used a five-run final inning to defeat the Aggies 6-5 at the NM State Softball Complex.

Trojans defeat rival Bulldogs to advance to State Semifinals

Below is the complete schedule and results for Southern New Mexico: Girls 6A QUARTER FINALS Tuesday, March 10 #3 Mayfield def. #6 Las Cruces, 47-42 at Santa Ana Star Center, Albuquerque, NM

Miners to host Texas Tech Tuesday

The UTEP softball team will take on Big 12 program Texas Tech in a two-game set on March 11 at the Helen of Troy Softball Complex. The doubleheader starts at 1 p.m. MT, while admission is free for all fans.

UTEP women to open up C-USA Tournament play Wednesday

No. 11-seed UTEP (12-15) will lock up with host and No. 6 seed UAB (17-12) in the first round of the 2015 Conference USA Women’s Basketball Championships inside Bartow Arena at 10 a.m. MDT Wednesday.

NMSU baseball to face Texas Tech, Bakersfield

The New Mexico State baseball team plays five games this week with two on the road and three at home. The Aggies take on No. 13 Texas Tech in Lubbock, Texas during a midweek series. Game one of the series is set for 5:30 p.m.

Several Aggies, Menzies earn WAC honors

Western Athletic Conference regular season champion New Mexico State collected a lion’s share of the postseason honors as the WAC recognized its outstanding players on Tuesday.

UTEP senior named College Sports Madness C-USA Player of the Week

Ashley Eldridge earned her second honor in as many days, being named College Sports Madness Conference USA Softball Player of the Week on Tuesday. Eldridge was named Conference USA Co-Player of the Week on March 9.

Washburn Named Defensive Player of the Year

The third time was the charm for UTEP’s Julian Washburn on Tuesday, as he was named the Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year while earning a spot on the league’s All-Defensive Team for the third straight year.