College Sports

Fireman Ready for Battle of the Badges

Wednesday, August 11: El Paso Fireman won last year's Battle of the Badges against the El Paso Police Department, and the Fireman are looking for a repeat.

Widmar Wins El Paso Men's City Golf Championship

Sunday, August 8: Andrew Widmar, the former Cathedral High School golfer, now golfs with the Waves of Pepperdine in California.

Former NMSU QB Arrested in Canada

Former NMSU record setting quarterback Cody Ledbetter has turned himself in to authorities in Ottowa, Ontario, Canada, on domestic dispute charges.

NMSU Soccer Selected 8th in WAC Preseason Poll

In only its second year of existence, the New Mexico State soccer team is still new to the WAC party. The Aggies were voted eighth in the WAC Preseason Poll, which is voted on by the nine league head coaches.

UTEP Soccer Ready to Start Season

The UTEP soccer team held its annual “Media Day” in addition to the inaugural “UTEP Soccer Media Penalty Kick Challenge” to kick off its 2010 training camp at University Field on Wednesday.

NMSU Volleyball Predicted to Finish 2nd in the WAC

The Western Athletic Conference volleyball coaches have selected New Mexico State to finish second in the preseason poll, while the Aggies placed the most players on the preseason All-WAC team with four selections, the league office annouced.

NMSU's Davon House Named to Thorpe Watch List

The 2010 Jim Thorpe Award preseason “watch list” announced today includes 35 of the nation’s best defensive backs as the leading candidates for this year’s trophy, including New Mexico State’s senior defensive back

Miners Fare Well at African Championships

Former and current UTEP track and field standouts earned gold at the 17th African Athletics Championships in Nairobi, Kenya, this past weekend.

Britton Wins Bronze at Junior World Championships

Saturday, July 24: Former Chapin Huskie Evonne Britton had a fantastic day at the Junior World Championships, finishing 3rd in the 400M Hurdles, her best event.

Britton Finishes 6th at Junior Worlds, Plus Lauren Taylor Readies for Nationals

Thursday, July 22:  As the only American in the 100 Meter Hurdles final, it could have been intimidating for Evonne Britton.   The former Chapin Huskie and Penn State sophomore-to-be finished the final in 13.50, slighly off from

Han Loses Bout on Disqualification

Thursday, July 15: Five defending champions will return to the championship round after advancing through to Saturday’s finale, hosted by the Crowne Hotel, here at the 2010 US Boxing National Championships.

UTEP Sets Volleyball Schedule

UTEP head coach Ken Murphy has announced the schedule for the 2010 volleyball campaign.

Okagbare Named Conference USA Athlete of the Year

UTEP track and field standout Blessing Okagbare continued to receive accolades Tuesday morning when she was named the 2010 Conference USA Female Athlete of the Year.

More Honors For Okagbare

UTEP’s Blessing Okagbare has been named a top 10 finalist for The Bowerman Award presented by the the U.S.

Kitchens Calls it a Career After 22 Years at UTEP

Tuesday, June 15: The conclusion of the 2010 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships were bittersweet for the Miners as Bob Kitchens walks away from a storied 22-year career as head coach of the UTEP track and field programs.