Written By: Ashley deGruyter for NM State Media Relations
Juniors Tyler Mack and Ryan Beck came to New Mexico State University in 2009 from opposite sides of New Mexico, not knowing what their college career had in store for them. Three years later, they are not only making their mark on Aggie baseball, but also creating a friendship that will last forever.
Mack came to NM State as a right-handed pitcher from Katy, Texas. He was voted Katy High School most valuable player in 2008 and posted a 5-2 record, while also breaking records on the football field.
Beck came to NM State as a left-handed pitcher from Ft. Collins, Colo. He was runner-up for the conference player of the year in 2008 at Fort Collins High School and held a 7-1 record.
The two were assigned to live together in the dorms as freshman and since then have lived together and flourished individually as baseball players. Continue Reading This Post >>