The Aggies continue at home but open Western Athletic Conference play against Seattle U on Friday, March 28 at 6 p.m. The Redhawks and the Aggies then finish the three-game series on Saturday with a doubleheader beginning at 4 p.m.
New Mexico State track and field athlete Jenna Bangegas was named the Western Athleteic Conference track athlete of the week for the week of March 17-23. This marks the first time Banegas has wonthis award.
The UTEP softball team will face I-10 rival NM State for a third and final timethis season. The Miners (12-20) and Aggies (17-15) will square off in Las Cruces on Tuesday, March 25 during a televised game on ESPN3 at 6 p.m. MT.
The Aggies take on I-25 rival New Mexico, Tuesday, March 25 at 3 p.m., than host their first WAC series of the season March 28-30, as Sacramento State comes to town. This will be the first games played at Presley Askew Field since March 2.
New Mexico State was determined to have a better showing in their third straight trip to the NCAA Tournament and did that taking 4-seed San Diego State to overtime before falling 73-69 in the first round Thursday.
After taking a 2-0 lead in the third, the New Mexico State softball team fell 4-3 to in-state rival New Mexico on Wednesday, March 19. The Aggies move to 17-15 this season, while the Lobos improved to 9-18.
The New Mexico State baseball team will conclude its 11-game road trip where it began, in Texas, as the Aggies head to Edinburg, Texas, to open up the 2014 Western Athletic Conference schedule with a three-game series versus the Texas-Pan Ameri