Western Athletic Conference
Plus thoughts on the Seattle seven, Grand Canyon and more
The pandemic snapped Shari Jones’ consecutive games streak, but the Aggie super fan says she’ll be back.
Plus a South Texas Showdown to get excited about.
Randy Bennett perfected it, and coaches from his tree are still banking on talent from Down Under to elevate their mid-major programs.
Aggies are leaving Las Cruces due to the inability to practice in home state
The WAC juggernaut is loaded yet again.
Dason Youngblood and the ambitious Trailblazers are set to make their Division I debut next season, whenever that may happen.
We’re of course joking, but the Aggies keep finding ways to keep the country’s fourth-longest winning streak alive.
The high-scoring Feb. 8 matchup pitted two of the newest D1 programs against each other — and both are more similar than one would expect.
It should truly be viewed as an amicable split as the relationship comes to an end.
It’s been badly needed after a season that’s collectively fallen short of expectations, so far.
That could make a difference for a team that entered the season with high expectations, and still may be a threat.
It was a nice, albeit abbreviated, homecoming for the former Rebel.
The Cougars’ from-scratch roster is showing signs of life in the second year of Lance Irvin’s rebuild.
The freshman point guard from nearby Shadow Mountain High School has been one of the few bright spots to the Lopes’ 0-2 start.
The Aggies are yet again the favorites in the WAC.
Jaylen Fisher is headed to Phoenix to fill the Lopes’ biggest need.
The former New Mexico State Aggie took home major hardware on Monday night.
Both coaches built competitive programs in the past but were controversially shown the door.
The former NBA player is reportedly set to jump from Orem to Provo.
Auburn won in our first thriller of the day.
Guess who’s back, back again...
A matchup with WAC juggernaut New Mexico State awaits