The Aggie baseball team won a slugfest with CSU-Pueblo on Tuesday night. The Aggies won 17-15 and improve to 13-12 on the season. The Aggies are back in action this afternoon at 2:05 p.m. The game can be seen on AggieVision. Streaming video is also available via Aggie Access (subscription required) and LiveStats are available via the NMSU athletic website.
The Aggie football team kicks off spring practice today at 3:30 p.m. The Aggies will be looking to end a 46 year bowl drought this season and are breaking in a new defense this season. If the Aggies can stay healthy, something that plagued them all of last season, this will be the season the Aggies go bowling. It will be interesting to see how Chris Williams bounces back from his broken collarbone. The play in which he broke his collarbone (against Idaho on Homecoming) was a fairly innocent looking hit but it proved costly to Chris and the Aggie football team. We're also excited to see all the new speed that the Aggie offense and defense has brought in with this year's recruiting class. For the complete spring football practice schedule, click here.
Be sure to check out this week's interview with women's track and field coach Orin Richburg. Coach Richburg recapped his team's performance in last weekend's El Paso meet and the overall feeling is that he's looking for more consistency from his team.
Finally, congratulations to the 116 student-athletes who were inducted into the Crimson and White Society.
On to today's links...
Teddy Feinberg of the Las Cruces Sun-News previews spring football for NMSU.
The Pueblo Chieftan recaps last night's 17-15 baseball game.
Jason Groves of the Las Cruces Sun-News recaps the Aggies 17-15 victory over the ThunderWolves.
The NMSU athletic website recaps the first two rounds of the BYU Dixie Classic. The Aggie women's golf team is in 7th place after two rounds.
Ray Melick of the Birmingham News wants to know who exactly the NCAA is looking out for.
We ran across this yesterday but apparently Reggie Theus isn't the only one who likes to get all oiled up and have their picture taken. Let's hope nobody on the Aggie football team ever thinks this is a good idea...
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