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Back when I was a kid, I remember my mother once asking: “Are the basketball playoffs still going on? Seems like they’ve been on TV for a couple of months now.” more
It’s time to talk about golf etiquette. Etiquette is a nice word that translates as “stop doing stupid thigs to annoy others and make you look like a fool.” more
New Mexico State University President John Floros has been elected to serve as chairman of the Executive Committee for the Western Athletic Conference. more
Play a round with a buddy using only one, two or at the most three clubs. Its’s fun. You’d be surprised how you can invent and create shots when you don’t have a full bag. more
Athletes, sports teams and even entire athletics departments are constantly seeking an edge, an advantage that sets them apart and helps them, well, win. more
Brice Baggarley fulfilled a longtime dream when he took the helm of the New Mexico State University rodeo team last month. more
In the most amazing sports story of the year, a nearly 51-year-old Phil Mickelson won the 103rd PGA Championship on a truly brutal Kiawah Island golf course on Sunday, May 23. more
Sometimes, your win-loss record doesn’t come close to telling the true story of your season. more
The honors keep rolling in for William “Deuce” Benjamin. more
The New Mexico State baseball team saw its season come to an end with a 10-0 loss to Seattle University in an elimination game in the WAC tournament Friday afternoon in Mesa, Arizona. more
The New Mexico State University baseball team took an early 4-1 lead against top-seeded Grand Canyon University but lost 5-4 Thursday night in Mesa, Arizona in the WAC Tournament quarterfinals. more
The New Mexico State University football team will play five home games at Aggie Memorial Stadium during the 2021 season, including visits by I-10 rival UTEP and Hawaii. more
Years ago, Yogi Berra offered us this piece of wisdom: “Half of the game is 90 percent mental.” more
The Mesilla Valley Clay Target program put in a strong showing at the recent state championships in Raton. more
The New Mexico State University men’s basketball team will make a trip to South Carolina in November to play in a tournament put on by ESPN. more
To quote a one-hit wonder band from the 1980s, their future is so bright they have to wear shades. That’s an apt description of the New Mexico State University men’s golf team. more
An epic five-run fifth inning propelled the New Mexico State University baseball team to a 7-5 win over Seattle University in the opening round of the WAC tournament Wednesday night in Mesa, Arizona. more
Las Cruces native Zerek Saenz was named first-team All-WAC to highlight seven team members who made the honor squad. more
As I see it, golf has a lot to do with touch and feel. The two talents are closely related, but let’s not confuse the two. more
New Mexico State University golfer Garrison Smith wrapped up the best performance by an individual Aggie golfer at an NCAA regional since 2013 with another strong showing in Albuquerque on Wednesday. more
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