Supreme Court rules against NCAA in dispute over student-athlete compensation

The Supreme Court on Monday ruled unanimously against the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) in a dispute over limits placed on certain compensation that student-athletes can receive. The decision, written by Justice Neil Gorsuch, clears the way for schools to provide more education-related benefits to students like computers, internships and

NMSU Men’s Basketball Advances In Conference Tournament

LAS VEGAS — Donnie Tillman and Wilfried Likayi scored 12 points apiece and New Mexico State cruised to a 77-61 win over UT-Rio Grande Valley at the Western Athletic Conference Tournament. Third-seeded New Mexico State (11-7) plays No. 2 seed Utah Valley in the semifinals. Javon Levi had 12 points

Protest in Roswell calls to lift ban on fall sports competitions

ROSWELL, N.M. (KRQE) – Protests continue over the state’s restriction against youth sports competitions this fall. “Everyone wearing their masks, keeping six feet apart, it’s not like we’re taking this lightly. We are doing everything we can to abide by the rules,” one protester said.

Fall high school sports canceled in New Mexico

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.- Fall high school sports will not take place this year. The NMAA was hoping to resume volleyball, golf and cross country in October. But the governor made it clear Thursday that  her public health order does not allow for sports to take place. Practices are limited to 10 or