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New Mexico State University doesn’t look like a one-win football team. The Aggies have been in most of their games and seem to be only a play or two away from having a few more wins. more
There are times when we all get on mental “overload,” even in our weekly little games at our private little clubs with our regular little friends. We aren’t playing in the U.S. Open but we still can’t seem to keep tract of everything we need to do. more
This Friday, Nov. 12, the Centennial Hawks will be taking on the Las Cruces High School Bulldawgs at 7 p.m. at the Field of Dreams, located at 2501 Tashiro Rd, Las Cruces, New Mexico … more
Nineteen months ago, the NM State men's basketball team exited the Pan American Center to the roar of a crowd that knew the Aggies were going to make some noise in the NCAA Tournament. more
The New Mexico State women's basketball team returned home with a dominant 94-40 victory over Western New Mexico. more
New Mexico State University’s athletics program will soon enter a new era. Friday, Nov. 5, the university announced that it had accepted an invitation to join Conference USA (C-USA) in all sports, starting in the 2023-24 school year. “To be invited and accepted into Conference USA is nothing short of phenomenal,” said NMSU Athletics Director Mario Moccia during a news conference to announce the move. “As a founding member of the college football playoff, it is unbelievable for us (to join C-USA) and sets us up on a great trajectory for the future, not just competition-wise but financially as well,” he added. more
For the first time in 615 days, the NM State men's basketball team returns to its home venue of the Pan American Center where it will begin its 115th season of competition by playing host to Big West Conference adversary UC Irvine at 7:00 p.m. more
Both the Las Cruces and Mayfield high football teams won their opening round games in the New Mexico state playoffs and are advancing on to the second round. more
Despite a fast start that included 10-0 first quarter lead, the NM State Aggies fell 35-13 to the Utah State Aggies Saturday afternoon at Aggie Memorial Stadium. more
After being affiliated with the Western Athletic Conference for nearly 20 years, NM State will be bearing a new conference flag beginning on Saturday, July 1, 2023. more
One of the oldest athletics venues at New Mexico State University has gotten a facelift. more
The Organ Mountain High School boys cross country team won its fourth straight district title, while the girls team finished second at the 3-5A District meet Saturday, Oct. 30 at the Organ Mountain course. more
We’ve all done it. Ruining an otherwise very good round of golf by trying to make a miracle escape from bad trouble, only to make it much worse, turning a bogey into a quadruple. more
Cream puffs, patsies and schools with a “direction” in their name. Those are often the type of opponents that college basketball programs choose to start off their seasons against. more
A 32-shot assault on Lamar's defense unfortunately yielded no goals for the NM State women's soccer team and the Cardinals' strike in the 47th minute was the difference in the Aggies' 1-0 setback in the opening round of the WAC Women's Soccer Tournament Wednesday afternoon at Elmer Gray Stadium. more
Match Twenty | WAC Tournament First Round #3 NM State (9-10) vs. #2 Lamar (9-7-2) Wednesday, Nov. 3 | 3:00 p.m. MT | Elmer Gray Stadium | Abilene, Texas more
This week the Mayfield High School Trojans will be taking on Los Alamos for the first round of the 5A state football playoffs on Friday at 7:00 p.m. at the Field of Dreams. The Las Cruces High School Bulldawgs will be hosting Clovis High School for the first round of the 6A state football playoffs on Saturday at 2:00 p.m. at the Field of Dreams. Since this is a NMAA sanctioned event, tickets can only be purchased online for both games. Tickets for adults are $10. Tickets for students, children, military, and seniors (65+) are currently on sale for $5. more
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