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The Aggies (7-11, 3-5) posted their second-lowest shooting percentage of the year as they fell to California Baptist (15-4, 7-2), 64-92, inside the CBU Events Center on Thursday evening. more
With the beginning of its 2022 campaign a little over one week away, the NM State softball team has an idea of where the rest of the Western Athletic Conference projects the defending league champions to finish. more
What kind of team are we going to be? That question was hanging over the New Mexico State University men’s basketball team as it headed into its Western Athletic Conference showdown with visiting Grand Canyon University Saturday, Jan. 29. more
LAS CRUCES – Maybe the Aggies should play on Mondays at noon more often.   In the early week matchup, NM State put together an impressive four quarters to come away with a 63-51 victory … more
Making a bid to become the first WAC team since NM State linked up with the league to defeat the Aggies four consecutive times, Grand Canyon instead ran headlong into the full force of a Pan American Center crowd hungry to secure victory. more
The New Mexico State University women’s basketball team is going through some growing pains and trying to learn how not to lose tight games. At times this season, the Aggies have played well … more
Announced Monday by the Aggies' head coach, NM State unveiled its 12-game 2022 schedule while includes the team's highest total of home games (six) since 2014 as well as road dates with three Power Five opponents. more
After Thursday night's performance by the NM State men's basketball team in Huntsville, Texas, it was clear the Aggies needed to "be better" if they wanted to avoid a second-straight WAC loss. more
The NM State swimming and diving team competed to a 132-132 draw with Northern Arizona on Saturday at the NAU Aquatic and Tennis Complex. more
The New Mexico State University men’s basketball has been on a quite a roll, but players and coaches both know they can still improve and get even better. They also know they will have to … more
If people in and around the Las Cruces area did not know why Teddy Allen went by the nickname "Teddy Buckets," they probably do now. Few one-man scoring performances in the Pan … more
THE OPENING TIP• For the first time time in nearly six decades, NM State and Abilene Christian will be crossing paths on the hardwood. Saturday afternoon at 4:00 p.m. MT, one of the WAC's newest … more
All week long - well, all year long, really - defense was the calling card for Tarleton and the thing it did best. more
The Aggies suffered their fourth single-digit loss on Thursday evening as they fell to Tarleton, 56-58, in their first WAC road game of the season. more
THE OPENING TIP • In what has turned out to be the only game for the NM State men's basketball team this week, the Aggies are in Edinburg, Texas, for the first time in almost two full years for … more
Friday’s basketball matchups between Organ Mountain High School and Las Cruces High School will be rescheduled, following a cluster of positive Covid-19 cases reported to Las Cruces Public … more
DENVER - In a release issued by the Western Athletic Conference Wednesday afternoon, the men's basketball contest between NM State and Lamar that was scheduled for Jan. 6 in Beaumont has been … more
Longtime Organ Mountain High School cross country coach David Nuñez has garnered a new honor. Nuñez, who has guided the cross country program at Organ Mountain and Oñate, as … more
New year, same result - an Aggie win.  A 17-4 run through the first 5:41 of the deciding frame helped NM State shake off a slow start and earn a 78-61 victory over Chicago State in the … more
DENVER - The NM State men's basketball team will make a trip to Seattle, Wash., this season, just a little later than originally planned. Announced Thursday afternoon by the Western Athletic … more
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