Aggie Hoops Rebounds With 102-74 Win

Written By: NM State Athletic Dept.

TROIS-RIVIERES, QUEBEC -The New Mexico State men’s basketball team returned to the court and surpassed the century mark with a 102-74 win over the Kia All-Stars in Trois-Rivieres (Three Rivers) during its foreign preseason tour in Canada.

The Aggie offense was potent in the first half with a 54-37 advantage behind 13 points from junior center Hamidu Rahman. Junior forward Tyrone Watson was also in double-digits with 11 points while both junior guard Hernst Laroche and sophomore guard Bandja Sy scored eight each.

“We had a favorable outcome,” head coach Marvin Menzies said. “It was one of those types of games where I didn’t really know how we were going to perform based on the fatigue factor that we experienced last night.  Continue Reading This Post >>

AggieVision :: 2010 NM State Football :: Team Photo/Media Day

AggieVision :: 2010 NM State Football :: Fall Practice Day One

The Daily Aggie :: 08/12/10

Media day is today for the football, volleyball and women's soccer teams and all three have started practice for the 2010 season.

Aggie football completed their first day of practice and the NM State athletic website has a video report with Coach Walker.

The Aggie men's basketball team split a pair of exhibition games on Wednesday winning 98-93 in overtime over McGill University and then losing 74-68 to Carleton. We aren't too worried about the loss to Carleton. The Aggies played without four players (McKines and Gillenwater who are not playing at all on this trip and Bandja Sy and Chili Nephewe). The Canadian trio of Hernst Laroche, Christian Kabongo and Tyrone Watson scored 41 of the Aggies' 68 points. Also keep in mind that it was the Aggies' fourth game in two days and the first game on Wednesday went to overtime. That's a lot of basketball in a very short timeframe and there isn't any situation during the season in which the Aggies would ever be playing four games in two days.

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Aggie Hoops Splits On Day Two

Written By: NM State Athletic Dept.

SAINT LAMBERT, Quebec (Aug. 11) – The New Mexico State men’s basketball team beat an alumni team from McGill University, 98-93, in overtime in an exhibition scrimmage on the Champlain College campus in Saint Lambert, Quebec.

In overtime, the Aggies scored the first seven points to help secure the win. NM State had five players in double-figures with freshman guard Christian Kabongo posting a team-high 19 points. Sophomore forward Tyrone Watson had 18 while junior center Hamidu Rahman scored 17. Junior guard Hernst Laroche finished with 15 points, including two free throws at the end of regulation to force the extra time, as senior guard Gordo Castillo tallied 14.  Continue Reading This Post >>