Sports

Aggies beat San Jose St. on Senior Day

The New Mexico State men's basketball team defeated San Jose State, 79-68, in the home finale.

Kimaiyo Claims Gold

All-American Risper Kimaiyo sets a meet record at the 2012 Conference USA Indoor Championships in the women’s 5,000m dash at the CrossPlex in Birmingham, Ala.

NM State Women’s Basketball Falls to LA Tech

The New Mexico State women’s basketball team fell to Louisiana Tech Saturday evening in Ruston, La., 64-50. The Aggies are now 6-21 overall and 3-9 in the WAC, as Louisiana Tech improves to 15-12 overall and 8-4 in conference play.

Faith Christian wins State Title; Horizon Girls Fall Short in Regional Finals

Faith Christian Academy dominated in the TCAL State Championship against Waco Methodist winning 84-46. The Lions were lead by Rene Esparza with 24 points. Richie Saldana and Guillermo Galaviz each scored 15.

UTEP Women face Rice on Senior Day

UTEP will look to send out its seven seniors in style when it plays host to Rice in the annual “Senior Day” game at 2:05 p.m. MST Sunday.

Errors Sink Miners in Double-Header

The Miners fell short in their quest to pick up their fifth victory of the season in Waco, Texas at the Fairfield Inn North-Texas Shootout. The second day of the tournament pitted UTEP against Texas Tech and Texas State.

Isn't He Clever blasts to victory in $150,000 Borderland Derby

Under a strong ride from Alejandro Medellin, Isn’t He Clever roared home a rousing winner in the $150,000 Borderland Derby sponsored by Casa Ford at Sunland Park Racetrack and Casino on Saturday.

Billy Abraham's Trial Pushed Back

EL PASO - Billy Abraham's day in court has been pushed back. Attorneys have agreed to stall Abraham's trial until January 2013.

Golden Algae Kills Fish at Ascarate

EL PASO - Investigators are keeping a close eye on the fishkill at Ascarate lake.

El Paso Zoo Wants Funding from Quality of Life Bond Election

EL PASO - Who doesn't love going to the zoo? We have a zoo in South El Paso, and zookeepers want to keep it well-maintained. However, they need money to do that.

Injured Anchor Returns, Remains Positive

It's been two weeks since KUSA morning anchor Kyle Dyer was injured by a dog on live television. Since then the dog has been returned to his owner the Denver station has changed their policies.

Study: Women, Minorities and Young People More Difficult to Diagnose with Cancer

A new study suggests that some people are more difficult to diagnose with cancer.

NMSU wins big behind Mullings Triple Double

Freshman guard Daniel Mullings recorded the New Mexico State men's basketball team's first triple-double in school history in 20 years with a 115-73 rout of Hawai'i.

UTEP Women are C-USA Champions!

EL PASO, TEXAS – UTEP bolted out to an early double-figure lead and never looked back in a wire-to-wire and 2012 Conference USA championship clinching 68-50 victory against SMU in front of the fifth-biggest crowd in program history (6,532

Coffman Nominated for Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award

New Mexico State senior closer Scott Coffman has been announced as one of 30 candidates for this year’s Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award.