Zias commit 30 turnovers in loss to Roadrunners

Freedom New Mexico DENVER — Metro State’s pressure defense harassed Eastern New Mexico University’s women into 30 turnovers Friday and the Roadrunners posted a 70-61 win over the Zias in Metro’s Thanksgiving Classic. Senior guard Ashley Mickens scored 21 points and junior forward Cassondra Bratton added 15 at Metro State (2-1) overcame an early 14-6 […]

Zias record first win

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By Dave Wagner, Freedom New Mexico Leading by 20 at halftime, Eastern New Mexico University’s women discovered they weren’t home free just yet. New Mexico Highlands turned the tables in the second half and eventually pulled within three points late, but the Zias put together an 18-6 run in the closing minutes to finish off […]

Zias Dozier, Lawrence and Sanchez earn LSC recognition

Freedom New Mexico RICHARDSON, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University freshman forward Hannah Dozier has earned second-team All-Lone Star Conference women’s soccer honors and was named the league’s co-freshman of the year. Dozier, from Midland, Texas, shared the freshman award with Kendra Clemons, a midfielder from Midwestern State. She set a school freshman record this […]

Kingsville holds on to beat Hounds

Freedom New Mexico KINGSVILLE, Texas — Redshirt freshman quarterback David Garza threw for 310 yards and five touchdowns and Texas A&M-Kingsville held on late for a 38-35 victory over Eastern New Mexico University on Saturday night in a Lone Star Conference South Division football game. The Javelinas (2-7, 1-3 South) ended an 11-game division losing […]

Zias put end to losing streak with sweep

Freedom New Mexico It’s been a long time coming for the Eastern New Mexico University volleyball team. Mired in a skid which had seen them lose 14 in a row and 19 of their last 20, the Zias got off to a fast start Friday night and went on to a 30-19, 30-23, 30-19 victory […]

Zias fall, take Texas Woman’s to five games

Freedom New Mexico DENTON, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University’s volleyball team got close to breaking its losing streak on Saturday, but the Zias faded after forcing a fifth game. Junior middle blocker Kandis Schroeder compiled 24 kills and freshman outside hitter Alyson Harlan added 16 kills, 13 digs and nine aces as Texas Woman’s […]

Greyhounds open season tonight

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By Dave Wagner, Freedom Newspapers As a freshman at West Texas A&M in 2004, Jeremy Hibbler suffered through a 2-8 season. The following year, the Amarillo native led the Buffaloes in tackles from his strong safety position on a 10-2 squad that won the Lone Star Conference South Division championship and reached the NCAA Division […]

Dawg Days kick off

By Mickey Winfield: PNT staff writer If you set foot on the Eastern New Mexico University campus this weekend, you’ll probably be asking yourself, “Who let the dawgs out”, as ENMU’s freshman orientation program, Dawg Days, sends the green newcomers to various get acquainted events. “It gets them involved in the campus,” Rebecca Valdez, co-director […]

Hounds fare well at Albuquerque track meet

Freedom Newspapers ALBUQUERQUE — The Eastern New Mexico University men’s track team took multiple places in several field events in Saturday’s Don Kirby Memorial Invitational track meet, hosted by the University of New Mexico. No team scores were kept. Freshman Steven Aragon led a 2-3-4-5 Greyhounds finish in javelin, throwing 190 feet, 2 inches. Two-time […]

Zias have big game, down UCO at home

By Greg Price: Freedom Newspapers Eastern New Mexico University women’s basketball coach Linden Weese said he has been waiting for freshman post Rochelle Vance to have a breakout game. Weese got his wish as Vance posted a double-double off the bench to help the Zias to an 81-67 victory over Central Oklahoma in a Lone […]

College, elementary students join efforts for food drive

By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Students from Valencia Elementary School recently collected 2,342 cans for the food pantry at the Community Services Center. Valencia student Amy Carter went above and beyond the call, donating more than 200 cans of food. According to Amy’s mom, Christie Carter, when Amy asked for money she thought her […]

Zias knocked out of LSC soccer tournament

Freedom Newspapers EDMOND, Okla. — Junior defender Tamara Geels scored two goals and sophomore midfielder Melissa DoRemus and freshman defender Whitney Hancock each had a goal and an assist Thursday, lifting Texas A&M-Commerce to a 4-1 victory over Eastern New Mexico University in the first round of the Lone Star Conference women’s soccer tournament. In […]

PHS boys finish third in meet

PNT staff ALBUQUERQUE — For the second time in a week, the Portales High boys saw what figures to be some of their toughest competition in Class 3A postseason play in Grants and Socorro. After beating both teams soundly in last week’s Leroy Gooch Invitational at Ruidoso, the Rams settled for third place this time […]

Rams lead small-school division at LeRoy Gooch Invitational

PNT staff RUIDOSO — The Portales Rams overcame windy conditions to take an eight-shot lead after the first round on Monday in the small-school division of the Leroy Gooch Invitational at Alto Lakes Country Club. Portales shot a four-man score of 335 in a seven-school field. Grants’ tally of 343 was good for second place […]

Zias size up LSC opponents

Dave Wagner The Eastern New Mexico University women’s tennis team has probably gotten its toughest Lone Star Conference opponent out of the way. Now the Zias will see what the rest of the conference looks like. ENMU lost to Abilene Christian 9-0 on Feb. 1 at Zia Tennis Complex. The Zias take on Western New […]

ENMU campus evacuated after receiving bomb threat

By Tony Parra: Freedom Newspapers The Eastern New Mexico University campus was evacuated Friday morning after the Portales Police Department dispatcher received a bomb threat, according to school officials. After a three-hour search with nothing suspicious found, the campus was re-opened around 1 p.m. Campus police and resident hall assistants evacuated faculty and students from […]

Board of Regents informed of ENMU enrollment increase

By Tony Parra Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents members were told Friday enrollment at the Portales campus topped 4,000 for the first time since 1975. According to university officials, 4,052 students enrolled at ENMU for the fall semester. The fall enrollment is up 2.3 percent from the 2004 fall headcount, which was 3,959. […]

Greyhounds gaining steam

By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers Despite a slow start to their season, Eastern New Mexico University’s Brian Swan thinks the Greyhounds can make some noise in the men’s Southwest Soccer Conference. Swan assisted on ENMU’s final goal Sunday, and the Hounds held on for a 3-2 victory over St. Mary’s at the ENMU soccer pitch. […]

Cross country ready for opener

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Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers Eastern New Mexico University’s cross country teams were a bit disappointed with their finishes in last year’s Lone Star Conference meet — fifth for the men, ninth for the women. They hope to make amends this season, beginning with Friday’s season-opening Buffalo Stampede at Canyon, Texas, hosted by West Texas A&M. […]

Cross country members earn awards

PNT Staff Eastern New Mexico University cross country coach Joel McMullen and assistant Matthew Gordillo have announced winners of the inaugural Mike Boit Award as the program’s runners of the year. Award winners for 2004-05, based on their placings in cross country meets during the fall, were freshman Jason Garcia of Alamogordo for the men […]