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- CS.org Staff | Aggie Alert03/09/2007
Tyrone Nelson scored a season-high 26 points, six of them in a row in an early second half run, as New Mexico State beat Louisiana Tech 77-70 in the quarterfinal round of the Western Athletic Conference tournament Thursday night.
- CS.org Staff | Aggie Alert12/17/2006
David Fisher scored 24 points and had 9 rebounds and New Mexico went nearly 10 minutes in the first half without a rebound in New Mexico State's 103-72 win Tuesday night. It was the most lopsided win by the Aggies over the Lobos since a 96-59 win in Albuquerque on Jan. 3, 1959.
- NMSU SID | Aggie Alert12/17/2006
New Mexico State played a solid game on defense, hit the boards with tenacity in the second half and got a late 3-pointer from Elijah Ingram to beat Texas-El Paso 68-62 on Saturday in front of an announced crowd of 10,579 in the Don Haskins Center
- NMSU SID | Aggie Alert03/15/2006
Heading into the 2005-06 college basketball season the New Mexico State men's basketball team were a bit of a mystery, A 6-24 record in 2004-05 with a new head coach, but after a loss in the semifinals of the Western Athletic Conference Tournament last Friday night brought the year to an end, all of college basketball had its answer...the Aggies are back!!!
- NMSU SID | Aggie Alert03/05/2006
It is set...the New Mexico State men's basketball team will enter its first Western Athletic Conference Tournament as the No. 5 seed next Thursday in Reno, Nev. at the Lawlor Events Center as the Aggies take on the fourth-seeded Rainbow Warriors
- Felix Chavez | Aggie Alert02/26/2006
New Mexico State thrives on emotion and energy. On Saturday night, a struggling Aggie team found a spark with their defense and turned a 14-point second-half deficit into a 16-point win, 66-50, against Idaho at the Pan American Center in front of 9,043 fans.
- WAC Office | Aggie Alert01/31/2006
The Western Athletic Conference announced Monday that New Mexico State sophomore forward Tyrone Nelson has been named the Xbox Live Western Athletic Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Week for Jan. 23-29 after averaging 27.5 points and 12.5 rebounds in two conference road games last week.
- Geoff Grammer | Aggie Alert12/01/2005
A predominantly defensive battle on both sides of the court saw the New Mexico State Aggies fall to the UTEP Miners 64-55 in the Battle of I-10, Wednesday night in the Pan American Center. The Aggies fall to 1-3 on the year while the Miners improve to 3-1 with the win
- Felix Chavez | Aggie Alert11/22/2005
Defense has been a point of emphasis from day one of practice for the New Mexico State Aggies. Monday night, the Aggies got the message, forcing 26 Western New Mexico turnovers and limiting the visitors to 36.4 percent shooting in an 83-51 win at the Pan American Center.
- NMSU SID | Aggie Alert03/28/2005
New Mexico State Athletics Director Dr. McKinley Boston named University of Louisville assistant coach, 13-year NBA veteran and two-time NBA All-Star Reggie Theus as the school's new head men's basketball coach. Theus, who replaces retired Hall of Fame head coach Lou Henson, is the 22nd head coach in program history.
- NMSU SID | Aggie Alert01/22/2005
He left New Mexico State as a hero, returned as a savior and retires as a legend. Legendary head coach Lou Henson announced Saturday morning that we will retire as head coach of the New Mexico State men's basketball team effective immediately. The 41-year veteran of the game leaves NMSU as the sixth all-time winningest coach in career wins with 779 and is the all-time winningest at New Mexico State with 289 wins. He is the all-time winningest coach at two Division I schools ( NMSU & Illinois )