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The Daily Aggie :: 03/23/08 | bleedCrimson.net :: Your Source for NMSU Aggies Sports News

The Daily Aggie :: 03/23/08

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Yesterday's big news was that the Aggies had granted freshman point guard JayDee Luster a release from his scholarship. How much impact will this have? With Jonathan Gibson returning, Chris Cole hopefully making some strides on the offensive end and Terrell Joyner, former Arkansas signee coming in, the was likely to be about the same amount of playing time for JayDee as there was this season. JayDee did provide one of the highlights of the season when he made a between the legs, while in the air, assist to a streaking Baby Matrix against San Jose State in the next to last game of the regular season. The fact of the matter is that playing time is important for every college player's career, which is made the unselfishness of Trei Steward so special.

The Aggie baseball team defeated San Jose State 15-9 yesterday afternoon to cap off the 3-1 series victory to open the conference season. This was a good weekend for the Aggie baseball team, getting off to a strong start in league play. The Aggies actually had a chance to sweep the series but pitching likely cost them game two of yesterday's doubleheader. We're sure though that Coach Ward is pleased overall with the performance of his team and you'll be able to get all his thoughts in this week's interview, coming early this week.

On to today's links...

The Associated Press reports on JayDee Luster's release.

Teddy Feinberg of the Las Cruces Sun-News comments that it was a strange season for JayDee Luster.

Jason Groves of the Las Cruces Sun-News writes that NMSU Athletics Director Dr. McKinley Boston feels the Aggies will always be in contention in men's basketball.

The NMSU athletic website recaps the conference opening series victory for the Aggie baseball team.

Jason Groves of the Las Cruces Sun-News recaps the Aggie victory over San Jose State on the diamond yesterday.

The San Jose State athletic website recaps the Aggies' series victory over their Spartans.

The NMSU athletic website recaps the opening weekend for the outdoor track and field team.

The NMSU athletic website reports on Jordan Veney's Aggie record setting discuss throw.

The NMSU athletic website recaps the Aggie women's tennis team's 4-3 victory over UT-San Antonio.

The UT-San Antonio website recaps the Roadrunners' loss to the Aggies on the tennis court.

The NMSU athletic website recaps the Aggie men's tennis team's loss to #24 Oklahoma State.

The Oklahoma State athletic website recaps NMSU's loss on the tennis court.

The NMSU athletic website recaps day two of the Aggie men's golf team's tournament.

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