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Rodriguez ready to get back into ring

David Rodriguez' record is impressive... 36-1, 34 knockouts as a heavyweight... but now faces a challenge after his first professional loss, a rebound to get back in to the win column.

New $60 million Texas high school stadium closed for repairs

Football may be king in one Texas community -- but the palace appears to be cracking at the seams. A new 60-million-dollar football stadium for an Allen High School won't be hosting any games until the pedestrian concourse can be fixed.

Aggies baseball earns 6th seed, to face Utah Valley

The New Mexico State baseball team heads to the 2014 Western Athletic Conference tournament as the No. 6 seed after going 11-13 in league play this season. The Aggies face No. 3 seed Utah Valley, Wednesday, May 21 at 8 p.m.

Two Bulldogs sign to Texas Tech

Two Socorro High School distance runners signed to run at Texas Tech. Jasmine Torres signed to Texas Tech, and plans to run Cross Country and Track, specializing in the 1600M and 3200M.

NMSU baseball players earn All-WAC honors

Senior outfielder Michael Medina was selected to the first team on the 2014 All-WAC team, while senior first baseman Kristoffer Koerper and junior outfielder Michael Paulson earned second team honors as the post season awards were announced by

NMSU returns experienced coach to staff

New Mexico State women’s basketball head coach Mark Trakh announced Monday afternoon that former Aggie Cecilia Russell-Nava has returned to Las Cruces as an assistant coach.

Registration open for UTEP prospect softball camp

Registration is underway now for the UTEP Softball Day Prospect Camps! Head coach Tobin Echo-Hawk and her staff will conduct two camps on June 16 for ages 8-12, and June 17 for ages 13-18.

'Cats get by 'Dawgs, 2-1 in Sacramento

The Sacramento River Cats defeated the El Paso Chihuahuas, 2-1, thanks to a late RBI single by Alden Carrithers to break open a 1-1 tie in the 6th inning. The Chihuahuas fall to 19-25, while the River Cats improve to 25-19.

Thornton hopes for another WNBA shot while finishing her degree

Kayla Thornton spent two weeks in the WNBA with the Washington Mystics during their preseason camp.

El Pasoans dominate 'Iron Boy' fight card

Iron Boy Promotions has successfully promoted twelve professional boxing events in Phoenix since 2012, and now takes the show to El Paso, Texas with Iron Boy 13.

NMSU senior named to Rimington Award watch list

Senior center Valerian Ume-Ezeoke has been named to the Rimington Trophy 2014 Spring Watch List. The list includes 64 of the best centers in Division I football.

UTEP track & field finishes second at C-USA Championships

The UTEP track and field men and women’s team finish second overall at the 2014 Conference USA Outdoor Championships in the Holloway Field/Ley Track.

Chihuahuas salvage win in series vs 51's

The El Paso Chihuahuas came back from a 7-0 deficit to beat the Las Vegas 51s Sunday, 10-9. The bulk of the scoring came in El Paso’s seven-run sixth inning, which started with five consecutive hits.

NMSU earns 6th seed in WAC baseball tournament

The WAC's regular season concludes today and the seeds are now set for the upcoming WAC Baseball Tournament in Mesa, Ariz.

Miners advance at C-USA Championships

Fighting for the Conference USA Outdoor title, the Miners advance to the finals after setting qualifying times on Saturday.