— Teddy Allen had 19 points — to lead five players in double figures — and 11 rebounds as New Mexico State won its eighth straight game with an 85-73 victory over UT Rio Grande Valley in Western Athletic Conference play on Saturday night.
- 11/9W 62-51
- 11/13W 77-71
- 11/18W 75-64
- 11/19L 85-58
- 11/21W 80-66
- 11/24W 94-67
- 11/30L 101-94
- 12/3W 72-69
- 12/6W 78-76
- 12/11W 63-58
- 12/15W 64-61
- 12/18W 93-60
- 12/20TXPRW 84-59
- 1/1W 78-61
- 1/6W Forfeit
- 1/8W 85-73
- 1/13W 73-57
- 1/15W 77-63
- 1/20h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 1/22h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 1/29h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 2/3h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 2/5h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 2/10h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 2/12h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 2/16h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 2/19h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 2/21h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 2/26h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 3/2h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 3/5h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- Full Schedule
Nearly half of college basketball's 32 Division I conferences have pending membership changes. We're tracking them all.
- C-USA picks Liberty among four new additions
- College sports clear to resume in New Mexico
- Paul Pierce, Doug Collins among HOF nominees
- New Mexico State shifts to Phoenix due to virus
— Marchelus Avery had a season-high 22 points and Teddy Allen added 20 points as New Mexico State romped past Texas-Permian Basin 84-59 on Monday night.
— Sir'Jabari Rice hit 7 of 8 from the free throw line in the final minutes and nine of his 11 points in the second half to help New Mexico State hold off Loyola Marymount, 63-58 on Saturday.
— Nate Pryor’s over-the-back flip rolled in at the overtime buzzer to give New Mexico State a wild 78-76 victory over New Mexico, after which Aggies players stomped repeatedly on the Lobos’ half-court logo.
— Jaelen House scored 29 points to spark New Mexico to a 101-94 victory over New Mexico State on Tuesday night.
— Donnie Tillman had 23 points as New Mexico State defeated Indiana State 80-66 in the Myrtle Beach Invitational on Sunday night.
— Rylan Jones posted 19 points as Utah State defeated New Mexico State 85-58 in the Myrtle Beach Invitational on Friday.
— Teddy Allen had 22 points as New Mexico State got past Davidson 75-64 in the Myrtle Beach Invitational on Thursday.
— Teddy Allen posted 16 points as New Mexico State got past UTEP 77-71 on Saturday night.
— Teddy Allen had 14 points to lead five New Mexico State players in double figures as the Aggies beat UC Irvine 62-51 in a season opener on Tuesday night.
Conference USA announced on Friday that it will add Liberty, Jacksonville State, New Mexico State and Sam Houston State beginning in 2023 as the league tries to replenish its ranks.
The fields for six early-season college basketball tournaments were announced Thursday. Here's your handy guide to each ESPN-aired event.
— Jovan Blacksher Jr. had 19 points and seven rebounds, and Grand Canyon earned its first bid to the NCAA Tournament with a 74-56 win over New Mexico State in the Western Athletic Conference tournament championship on Saturday night.
— Donnie Tillman and Wilfried Likayi scored 12 points apiece and New Mexico State cruised to a 77-61 win over UT-Rio Grande Valley on Thursday night at the Western Athletic Conference Tournament.
— Jamison Overton had 18 points as Utah Valley edged past New Mexico State 69-66 on Friday night. Trey Woodbury and Evan Cole added 15 points each for the Wolverines.
— Jabari Rice scored 19 points and Johnny McCants scored 16 and New Mexico State beat Seattle 65-58 on Saturday night.
— Darrion Trammell had 22 points as Seattle beat New Mexico State 83-72 on Friday night.
— Jabari Rice had 20 points as New Mexico State rolled past California Baptist 97-70 on Saturday night.
— Alessandro Lever posted 14 points as Grand Canyon won its seventh straight game, defeating New Mexico State 70-62 on Friday night.
New Mexico's college sports teams can return to the state after New Mexico's COVID-19 guidelines were amended to allow intercollegiate athletics to resume practicing.
— TJ Starks had 18 points and six rebounds as Cal State Northridge narrowly beat New Mexico State 66-63 on Monday.
First-time nominees for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame include Paul Pierce, Doug Collins, Michael Cooper, Lauren Jackson, Howard Garfinkel, Lou Henson, Val Ackerman and Yolanda Griffith.
The challenges for smaller basketball programs run deeper than ever, and the disparity between the haves and have-nots has never been greater than in this year of the pandemic.