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Aggies take: NMSU takes advantage in lane vs UTEP

Senior Remi Barry scored a game-high 15 points and was a perfect 4-of-4 from the charity stripe as New Mexico State topped UTEP 71-64 in the latest version of the Battle of I-10 Saturday evening at a raucous Pan American Center.

Miners take: Foul trouble dooms UTEP vs NMSU

Travon Landry scored six of his eight points during a 17-4 second half run, catapulting undermanned NM State to a 71-64 win over UTEP on Saturday at the Pan American Center.

Mullings out with injury vs UTEP

New Mexico State senior guard Daniel Mullings will be out a minimum of eight weeks after suffering an injury during practice. NM State head coach Marvin Menzies made the announcement Saturday morning .

UTEP and NMSU to tangle in Las Cruces

The New Mexico State Aggies (3-5) continue Rivalry Week as they face the return game of the Battle of I-10 by hosting the UTEP Miners Saturday night at the Pan American Center.

NM State Volleyball 2014 Season Recap

Head coach Mike Jordan and the New Mexico State volleyball team concluded another successful season in 2014.

Aggies Lose to Lobos

Senior Remi Barry scored a team-high 13 points on 4-of-7 shooting from the field, however, it wasn’t e

Aggies Face ENMU Thursday, Rival UNM Sunday

The New Mexico State women’s basketball team (0-5) continues its six-game homestand by welcoming Eastern New Mexico and New Mexico to Las Cruces this week.

Aggies to face I-25 rival Lobos Wednesday

The New Mexico State men (3-4) face Rivalry Week as they travel to Albuquerque for the Rio Grande Rivalry, the Battle of I-25, against the New Mexico Lobos. Tip-off is at 7 p.m. in The Pit.

NMSU women's golf signs two recruits

New Mexico State women’s golf head coach Jackie Booth recently announced that two student-athletes have signed National Letters of Intent to attend and play for NM State starting next fall.

Nominations open for NMSU Athletic Hall of Fame

Nominations are now open for the US Bank/New Mexico State University Athletic Hall of Fame.

This week in NMSU Athletics

With the fall semester coming to an end and the holiday season upon us, the New Mexico State athletics department invites Aggie fans and followers to enjoy Aggie basketball.

Aggies fall to Wyoming, 78-75

The New Mexico State Aggies needed one more break coming down the stretch on the road at unbeaten Wyoming, but it never came as the Cowboys claimed the home win 78-75 at Arena-Auditorium.

Rose surpasses 1,000 yds but Aggies lose big

Freshman running back Larry Rose III became the first freshman since 1995 to run for over 1,000 yards in a season after posting 137 yards in a 68-35 loss to Arkansas State in Jonesboro, Ark., Saturday, Nov. 29 in Jonesboro, Ark.

Aggies topped by Cal State Fullerton, 66-51

The New Mexico State women’s basketball team finished off play at its home tournament, the Hotel Encanto Thanksgiving Classic, on Saturday by falling at the hands of Cal State Fullerton, 66-51, inside the Pan American Center.

NMSU Wins Volleyball Rivalry

The New Mexico State volleyball team wrapped up its 2014 campaign by defeating I-10 rival Texas-El Paso in straight sets on Friday, 25-22, 25-23, 27-25, inside Memorial Gym.