Albuquerque Public Schools announced on Wednesday that three fall sports will start in October. Those sports are golf, cross country and volleyball and student athletes can start practice on Sept. 14 and competition will begin in early October. APS also announced that out of season practice for other sports mayRead More →

Football may be on official hold this Fall at NMSU. But that doesn’t mean the fans should suffer! Zia Country 99.5 FM, Leirfeild IMG College and New Mexico State University Athletics are teaming up to bring true Aggie fans 10 unique football experiences no one should forget! We’re digging intoRead More →

After finishing up his New Mexico State men’s basketball career this past March and receiving his bachelor’s degree this summer, Ivan Aurrecoecha has signed a professional contract with Thor Akureyi, a men’s basketball team based out of Akureyi, Iceland. Aurrecoechea’s new squad is the best professional men’s basketball league inRead More →

Jack Nixon, the voice of the Aggie’s play-by-play and News with Bravo Mic Communications, sat down with NMSU Athletics Director Mario Moccia to discuss the cancellation of fall athletics, students return to campus, the status of some of our international players and more. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – As he prepares to enterRead More →

NM State Postpones 2020 Football Season, WAC Announces Suspension of Fall 2020 Championships   LAS CRUCES, N.M. – In a pair of announcements made Thursday, NM State has postponed its 2020 football season while the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) announced it has decided not to engage in competition in the fallRead More →

UTEP athletic officials said Sunday that football practices were postponed indefinitely after four players tested positive for the coronavirus. The decision was disappointing for Miners head football coach Dana Dimel, who said he and the team had been anxious to get ready for what appeared to be a shortened seasonRead More →