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Mayfield and Las Cruces will meet up in football at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 17, at the Field of Dreams, at the corner of Motel Boulevard and Tashiro Road. According to district Athletics Director Ernie Viramontes, 5,000 tickets will be sold for each high school. No tickets will be sold at the Field of Dreams on game day. more
The New Mexico State soccer dropped a 3-1contest in the Battle of I-25 on Thursday night at the Soccer Athletic Complex. more
The NM State Aggies fell to the University of New Mexico 34-25, Saturday at University Stadium. more
An early scoring opportunity for the home team proved to be the difference Sunday at Johann Memorial Field as the NM State women’s soccer team (4-3) dropped a 1-0 decision to UNLV (6-2) in non-conference action. more
The Battle of I-10 lived up to the billing as the New Mexico State volleyball team dropped a five set (25-20, 30-32, 26-24, 22-25, 12-15) heartbreaker to UTEP at Memorial Gym in El Paso on Sunday … more
 Despite a strong first half performance that featured the defense pitching a shutout, the NM State Aggies fell 28-10 to San Diego State, Saturday night at Dignity Health Sports Park. The … more
The NM State Aggies hit the road for the first time in 2021, traveling to Southern California for an 8:30 p.m. (MT) matchup with the San Diego State Aztecs at Dignity Health Sports Park on CBS Sports Network. more
The Organ Mountain High School cross country program got off to a strong start this season, sweeping the team standings at the Silver City Invitational on Aug. 21 at the Fort Bayard Historic Park. more
Thursday morning, NM State Director of Athletics Mario Moccia announced the completion of a months-long installation process of a brand-new, state-of-the-art video board inside the Pan American Center. more
The NM State Aggies football program fell to the UTEP Miners 30-3 at Aggie Memorial Stadium Saturday night. With the loss, the Aggies (0-1) dropped the Battle of I-10 for the first time since 2016. more
New Mexico State University officially dedicated a $600,000 lighting system at the university’s Soccer Athletics Complex on Aug. 16. more
About 80 volleyball teams met up on Saturday, Nov. 21, at the Grapevine Plaza for the 11th annual Mudd for Matches Volleyball Tournament. more
The long wait – after nearly two years without meaningful games -- is finally over on Saturday, Aug. 28. The Aggies will open their 2021 season against archrival UTEP at Aggie Memorial Stadium. more
We’ve all been cooped up for more than a year and many of us are itching to get back out in the world and experience some semblance of normal. Well, the organizers of this year’s Gus Macker 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament think they have the perfect event – one that’s full of fun while supporting a great cause. This year’s tournament will be held Aug. 27-29 and will return to its original site at the Hadley Sports Complex. more
Fall sports will begin again this week for high school student athletes at Las Cruces Public Schools. The season will begin with … more
“Words can’t explain how excited I am, honestly.” With that, New Mexico State University quarterback Weston Eget summed up what players and the school’s fans are thinking after nearly two years without meaningful games. more
After nearly two years without playing meaningful football games, New Mexico State University is hungry to get back to work and play some football. more
Even though she didn't make it to the finals of the women's discus event, NM State volunteer assistant women's track & field coach still realized a lifelong dream Saturday morning. more
The Gus Macker 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament is back after a year’s hiatus because of Covid, and organizers hope it will be bigger and better than ever. more
Former New Mexico State women’s basketball star and Las Cruces native Paulina Blunt passed away Tuesday, July 20, her family announced.   more
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