With the departure of former offensive line coach Walt Wells, who took an assistant head coaching job with Eastern Kentucky University, New Mexico State football head coach Doug Martin announced the hiring of a new offensive-line coach on Wedne
The New Mexico State baseball team beings its 2015 home schedule against Incarnate Word on Friday, Feb. 27 at the newly renovated Presley Askew Field. The Aggies will host the Cardinals in a three-game series beginning on Friday at 6 p.m.
The New Mexico State softball team continues pre-conference tournament play with a trip to Las Vegas, Nev., to participate in the Alexis Park Resort Classic hosted by UNLV, to be played from Thursday through Sunday.
New Mexico State women’s basketball forward Brianna Freeman has been dubbed the Western Athletic Conference Player of the Week by both the conference and College Sports Madness, both entities announced Monday.
The New Mexico State softball team concluded play at the Diamond Devil Invitational on Sunday by falling to host and 19th-ranked Arizona State, 11-7, in a game that saw the Aggies come back from a three-run deficit in the final inning just to s
The New Mexico State men’s golf team concluded the 2015 Bayou City Collegiate Championship, hosted by the University of Houston and Rice University at Golf Club of Houston on Sunday, finishing in 11 with a three-round team score of 882 (2
For the first time in 20 years the New Mexico State women’s basketball team celebrated a conference championship as the Aggies defeated Grand Canyon, 61-60, in thrilling fashion on Saturday to claim at least a share of the Western Athleti
The New Mexico State softball team continued play at the Diamond Devil Invitational by winning its two games on Saturday, first defeating Boise State, 4-3, before taking care of Colorado State for the second time this season, 7-3.
The New Mexico State men’s golf team remains in 10th place at the Bayou City Collegiate Championship after two rounds of play shooting a combined team score of 591 (298-293) on the Golf Club of Houston, a 6,982 yard, par-72 course.