Today's Sports

  • RMAC soccer tourney: NMHU hosts...

    To reach the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference women’s soccer semifinals, Highlands will have to do something it hasn’t been able to do in two previous tries this fall -- beat Fort Lewis.

    The Cowgirls (10-4-4 overall, 7-3-4 RMAC) are the No. 4 seed and host No. 5 FLC at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at Perkins Stadium.

  • Looking ahead - Sports - Nov. 5...

    • RMAC tournament first-round match: NMHU women vs. Fort Lewis, 4:30 p.m., Perkins Stadium
    • District 2-4A tournament: Robertson vs. Taos, 7 p.m., Mike Marr Gym

  • FYI - Sports - Nov. 5

    Vegas Bowl tickets on sale
    Advance tickets for Saturday’s West vs. Robertson football game will be sold starting Monday in the West Las Vegas athletics office. Tickets are $5 and $3. For more information contact the WLV athletics office at 426-2519.

  • Weekend Roundup - Cards stay...

    Records and recent history aside, Taos looked every bit the equal of Robertson in Friday night’s District 2-4A football contest.

    Then the second half happened.

    The visiting Cardinals owned the final 24 minutes, putting 27 unanswered points on the scoreboard for a 48-21 rout in the penultimate game of the regular season.

    Robertson (9-0, 2-0) will finish up with a matchup against crosstown rival West Las Vegas in Vegas Bowl kicking off at noon Saturday at the Herrera Complex. The Dons (3-6, 1-1) had this past weekend off for their bye week.

  • Cowgirls honor seniors

    NMHU Sports Information

    On Saturday, NMHU’s volleyball team formally recognized the contributions of its three seniors: Jessica Piper, Alicia Moreno and Elizabeth Gomez.

    “This senior class, as small as it is, will be quite difficult to fully replace,” head coach Bryan Crawford said. “They all have such a passion for the sport that I hope every other player sees and carries on when they are gone. These seniors have been the anchor this season with all the ups and downs of the younger athletes.”

  • Looking ahead - Sports - Nov. 3...

    • NMHU women at Northern Arizona, 5 p.m., Flagstaff, Ariz.

    • NMHU vs. Eastern New Mexico, 6 p.m., Wilson Complex

    • RMAC tournament first-round match: NMHU women vs. Fort Lewis, 5 p.m., Perkins Stadium
    • District 2-4A tournament: Robertson vs. Taos, 7 p.m., Mike Marr Gym


  • Steve Jones leaving NMHU

    A remarkable 17-year run that included multiple Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference championships and trips to the NCAA Division II regionals is coming to a close.

    Steve Jones, who arrived on the New Mexico Highlands University campus in a low-key fashion back in 1997, is leaving Las Vegas as the winningest baseball coach in school history and one of the community’s most respected mentors.

    Jones, 57, confirmed he has accepted a job as head coach of a new program at Texas A&M-Texarkana, as Highlands announced Wednesday via press release and social media.

  • West sweeps RHS

    West Las Vegas remained unbeaten in District 2-4A volleyball Tuesday night with a three-game sweep of Robertson at Mike Marr Gym.

    The Lady Dons are 15-4 overall, 5-0 in district and ranked fifth in their classification according to MaxPreps and seventh by NMOTSC.com. They were to host Pojoaque Valley on Thursday in a regular-season finale. Robertson (7-10, 1-3) was to host Taos in another finale.

  • Cowgirls’ postseason picture to...

    NMHU Sports Information

    New Mexico Highlands’ soccer team (9-3-4. 6-2-3 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) looks to clinch a home playoff game as it hosts UC-Colorado Springs (6-9, 5-7) at 4:30 p.m. Friday and Regis (11-4-1, 9-3) at 1 p.m. Sunday.

    Fans are encouraged to help celebrate Senior Day on Friday The team is also putting on a “Fight against Hunger” promotion. Any fan who brings a can of food to donate to local shelters gets into the game free.  

  • Cowboys to honor seniors

    NMHU Sports Information

    In the Cowboys’ final home football game Saturday vs. Chadron State, the team will celebrate the accomplishments of a 12-member senior class that came together and provided exciting football for Cowboys fans the past couple of seasons.
    “This group of seniors is a very diverse group that has come together to be a special class for us,” head coach Eric Young said. “We have guys who have been here for five or six years and we have some transfer guys who have come in.