Well Mike Jordan knows how to start things off right, doesn’t he? He could use some lessons on growing hair, but coachin’ winners is something he takes too naturally. With his home season startin, tonight, Friday, Sept. 1, his team comes in with the Miners own Tournament trophy in hand and wins over the Big 12 powerhouse Texas Tech and another top team from the Big Sky conference, Sacramento State.
He has been getting inquiries from national media sources and that means Top 25 votes, something scarce in Aggie volleyball history, but
The Aggie spikers take on Florida A&M, Friday and Saturday at 7:00 p.m. at Las Cruces High, a team that has dominates its league and has beaten lofty squads like
Even though it is a weekend that holds the lure of a fishin’ trip or one last boat ride on the lake, you can fit that in around some support for the Aggies winningest program in this decade.
Alice Borden and Amber Simpson were honored in
These two weekend games against Florida A&M are the first of half a dozen home matches to make those national voters take notice of this fire growing hotter in the desert.
The Hilton Las Cruces Classic tournament is up next after this weekend, so get in the habit of showin’ up early at ‘Cruces High cause seating is gonna be at a premium all year. While the volleyball team takes on some
Reggie’s Wranglers meet four different opponents in
Theus is lookin’ over some young talent in Jonathon Gibson and Hattila Passos from the short and tall of it and finally has a chance to take the wraps off of transfers Justin Hawkins, Martin Iti, Fred Peete and Trei Stewart. Elijah Ingram has had a summer to heal that foot that was ailin’ all last year and David Fisher is eager to show the northerners what a power forward can do.
I know hoops won’t get rollin for real for a month or two, but Reggie is like a roper with a new lasso, he can’t wait to hogtie some teams and brand them for ole Pete. Looks like a holiday weekend that can’t be beat Aggie fans.