NMSU Women's Basketball Opens Season With 70-38 Win Over UT Permian Basin

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LAS CRUCES, N.M. - The New Mexico State women's basketball team cruised to a 70-38 victory over UT Permian Basin behind an outstanding defensive performance in Tuesday night's season-opener.

"I thought we really brought it on the defensive end tonight," said head coach Brooke Atkinson. "I liked our energy on that end of the floor. I thought we did really good job challenging them on that end of the floor. That's where we make or break the game and I really challenge the players to take pride on that end of the floor."  Continue Reading This Post >>

NMSU Football Defeats Alcorn State 52-42

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LAS CRUCES, N.M. - The New Mexico State football team welcomed Alcorn State to Aggie Memorial Stadium for the final home contest of the season on Saturday afternoon. The Aggies sent their veterans out right on senior day dominating the Braves from the game’s opening kickoff en route to a 52-42 victory.

NM State (3-7) wasted no time getting on the board to open the game. Alcorn State (7-3) sent the opening kickoff to the edge of the end zone and Aggie returner Jason Huntley took off for a 99-yard score that gave the Crimson & White a 7-0 lead just 13 seconds into the game.  Continue Reading This Post >>

NMSU Volleyball Falls In Five Sets At Utah Valley

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OREM, UT - The New Mexico State volleyball team continued Western Athletic Conference play with a match against Utah Valley at Lockhart Arena on Saturday. The Aggies fell to the Wolverines 25-21, 25-19, 15-25, 23-25, 20-22 in a five-set thriller

"Congrats to UVU, they outlasted us today," head coach Mike Jordan said. "Utah Valley made fewer errors and it showed."

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NMSU Volleyball Sweeps Seattle

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SEATTLE, WA - The New Mexico State volleyball team faced Western Athletic Conference foe Seattle U at the Redhawk Center on Thursday night. The Aggies swept SU 25-23, 25-19, 26-24 in the league match.

"I think we could've played better but I'm happy with the outcome. We missed some easy opportunities to score but, given the fact we were short-handed without Cat [Kelly], I think we made good adjustments," head coach Mike Jordan said. "We were pretty good from the service line. Halle Razo, for being under the weather, played exceptionally well. Also, a great performance by Megan Hart. I'm always happy to get a win on the road."

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Clara Rizea Named WAC Women's Tennis Singles Player Of The Month

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DENVER, CO - New Mexico State women’s tennis sophomore Clara Rizea was named the Western Athletic Conference Player of the Month for singles on Thursday after going 3-1 in singles play for the month of October.

This is the first WAC Singles Player of the Month honor for the ULM transfer and second-straight month an Aggie has earned the honor.

Rizea first took down New Mexico’s Maddie Chavez 6-3, 6-3 to open the UNM Halloween Howl before ousting Chavez’s teammate, Lauren Rich, in similar fashion 6-3, 6-1. The Timisoara, Romania, product dropped her lone match to Emily Kolbow 0-6, 7-6, 7-6 before rallying on the final day with a 6-2, 6-3 victory over Iowa State’s Karen Alvarez.

NM State concludes its fall slate this weekend at the Gonzaga Invitational (Nov. 2-4) up in the Pacific Northwest.

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NMSU Football Drops Road Contest At Texas State, 27-20

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SAN MARCOS, TX - The New Mexico State football team made a trip to the Lone Star State to take on Texas State on Saturday night inside of Bobcat Stadium. A first-drive touchdown for the Bobcats in the second half saw the Aggies not able to climb back from two scores down and drop the weekend showdown, 27-20.

A slow opening to the game for NM State (2-7) saw Texas State (2-6) take advantage early. The Aggies were forced to punt on the game’s opening drive and the Bobcats returner took the ball back 45-yards to start with great field position just 28-yards from the end zone. Just two plays later, Texas State saw a 19-yard quarterback keeper prove to be the first score of the contest and NM State went down 7-0 just 2:53 into the game.  Continue Reading This Post >>

NMSU Women's Soccer Falls 3-2 To UTRGV In Overtime

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LAS CRUCES, N.M. - The New Mexico State women’s soccer team jumped out to a 2-0 halftime lead but were unable to hold off second-place UT Rio Grande Valley in its final match of the year, ultimately dropping a 3-2 overtime decision on Saturday afternoon at the Soccer Athletic Complex.

“I think we finally learned from some of the games we had in the past and just played a little feistier at the start,” said head coach Rob Baarts. “I don’t know if it’s because our backs were against the wall or if were just a little more relaxed but we just went and played and had a good performance. Of course it helped getting Alexa back, who was out for a few weeks. As much as it hurt to lose the game the way it happened, I feel like the kids recognized something good before the end of the year.”  Continue Reading This Post >>