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Beginning in February, first-year head coach Mike Kirby and his NMSU Aggies are set to embark on a challenging 53-game slate, facing opponents from two Power Five conferences, including the Pac-12 and SEC, as well as clashes with Mountain West foes New Mexico and San Diego State. more
LAS CRUCES - Las Crucens living with Parkinson’s disease are making strides in their mental and physical health through a local boxing class taught by former super welterweight world champion … more
The Las Cruces High School Bulldawgs defeated Volcano Vista 47-31 Thursday night in front of a nonexistent crowd at the Pit in Albuquerque. more
Arnold Palmer (1929-2016) was once featured in an ad about adroit business practices. His advice was as applicable to how we can play good golf as to succeeding in business. Here is my version of … more
Logan Corbett coaches rodeo at New Mexico State University, but he explains a rider’s success on the back of a horse or a bull – or in any life situation – using a mathematical formula: C = PE + ST(2). more
Not bad for a walk-on. New Mexico State baseball star Nick Gonzales was selected by the Pittsburgh Pirates with the seventh pick in the first round of the 2020 MLB Draft Wednesday night. more
Dan Jenkins may not be a household name to many younger golfers today, but he was arguably the best golf writer ever. Famed TV interviewer Larry King called Jenkins “the quintessential Sports Illustrated writer and the best sportswriter in America.” Jenkins died March 7, 2019. He was 89. more
The Las Cruces Aquatic Team (LCAT) sent a squad of 23 swimmers to compete in the 2020 New Mexico Swimming Short Course State Championships at the West Mesa Aquatic Center in Albuquerque earlier this … more
The NFL Draft is always about hope. The team that had the worst record last season gets to pick the best player coming out of college, lifting the hopes of their fans for better seasons in the years … more
For senior David Graves and sophomore Avery Atma, their 2020 state wrestling championships are the ultimate recognition for the thousands of hours they have put in on the wrestling mat since the … more
The elder gentlemen settled into courtside seats behind tables after the NMSU Aggies defeated Utah Valley Feb. 15 on a last-second shot by Jabari Rice. more
NMSU Head Basketball Coach Chris Jans has announced that senior guard Clayton Henry will miss the remainder of the 2019-20 season due to a broken bone in his hand, while senior guard AJ Harris will be out indefinitely with an ankle injury. more
These computer rankings from MaxPreps.com are based on game results from the current season only. Specifically, they take into account three criteria: •Ratio of wins to losses, •The relative quality of wins based on opponent’s rating •The overall strength of a team’s schedule. more
Gage Gavin died unexpectantly in his sleep on June 22, 2015, the morning after Father’s Day. His, father, Pat, wanted to celebrate his son’s life, so he created an endowed scholarship in his son’s name, and began staging an annual golf tournament to raise funds to support the fund. more
Mayfield High School dropped another close one in their storied rivalry to their crosstown rivals, Las Cruces High, last weekend – but apart from bragging rights, which will admittedly carry another 12 months, that hardly mattered when the sun rose on a new day. more
As COVID-19 regulations ease, Las Cruces-based health technology company Electronic Caregiver (ECG) has developed a digital application to help professional soccer players in Austria resume training and competition as safely as possible. more
As of June 1, virtually 100 percent of the nation’s golf courses were open for play, albeit with a few adjustments and restrictions. more
With their wins in the opening round at the Field of Dreams, Centennial, Las Cruces and Mayfield high schools advance to the state football quarterfinals this weekend. It won’t be easy, as all are underdogs on the road. Flip the coin: They are all capable of winning. more
Throughout the remainder of the New Mexico State men's basketball team's 2019-20 home schedule, NMSU will honor various teams from the past with banner raising ceremonies and reunions highlighting the accomplishments of those squads. more
New Mexico State University and University Degrees Abroad have agreed to establish a developmental men’s soccer program at the university and to begin recruiting local, state, regional and international players to take part. NMSU will be home to the first UDA soccer program in the U.S. more
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