ENMU women sixth at Tech rodeo

Freedom New Mexico LUBBOCK — Senior Shambrae Williams and junior Victoria Codgill won the first go of barrel racing and breakaway roping, respectively, in last weekend’s Texas Tech rodeo, pacing Eastern New Mexico University’s women to a sixth-place team finish with 95 team points. Weatherford College took team honors with 450 points for the women, […]

Their view: Cannon example of women in leading roles

Tech. Sgt. Melinda Morris with the 27th Special Operations Wing Equal Opportunity Office talks about the significance of Women’s Equality Day: The theme is never-changing, yet remains something to celebrate: Women’s rights. Women’s Equality Day is a Department of Defense governed observance, Aug. 26, celebrating one of the most “commonplace” rights for all American citizens […]

ENMU briefs — June 15

ENMU ENMU instructor to teach chemistry lecture at Texas Tech Robert Long of ENMU Physical Sciences has been appointed a visiting instructor at Texas Tech University for the summer session. Long is teaching the Organic Chemistry I lecture at Texas Tech. Long has been an active member of the American Chemical Society South Plains local […]

Scholarships — May 15

Cotton Simms scholarship The High Plains Chapter of the Texas Tech Alumni Association announces the following students have been named as 2011 recipients of the Cotton Simms Scholarship as incoming freshmen at Texas Tech University in the fall. Clovis High School • Corbin Best • Tucker Martin • Bryan Wygant Farwell High School • Landry […]

Muleshoe’s Washington opts for Texas Tech

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Rick White Muleshoe’s Cooper Washington called an audible Wednesday, opting to sign a national letter of intent with Texas Tech. Washington, a 6-foot-4, 225-pound defensive end and quarterback at Muleshoe, orally committed to play at Oklahoma in the spring. “I had second thoughts about fitting in at OU,” said Washington, who started at defensive end […]

ENMU men second at Tech Open

Freedom New Mexico LUBBOCK — Junior Mohammed Noor’s sixth-place finish helped Eastern New Mexico University to second place in the men’s division of the Texas Tech Open cross country meet Friday night. ENMU finished with 72 teams points to 35 for the host Red Raiders in a nine-team competition. Noor’s time was 25 minutes, 12.74 […]

Texas Tech fires football coach Leach

The Associated Press LUBBOCK — Texas Tech fired coach Mike Leach on Wednesday, just two days after he was suspended by the school as it investigated his treatment of a player with a concussion. The school handed a termination letter to Leach’s attorney, Ted Liggett, just minutes before the two sides were to appear in […]

March 8, Honors

Eastern New Mexico University Fifty-six students from the Portales area are attending Eastern New Mexico University and are among the 558 students on the 2008 fall semester Dean’s Honor Roll. They and their majors are: Kalynn Baldock, dairy science; Hannah Richards, biology; Jeremy Andrade, tech comp; Rodolfo Arceo, Spanish; Sylvia Baltazar, criminal justice; Monica Best, […]

Tech-wise, not your grandpa’s Roundhouse

By Sue Vorenberg: The New Mexican

Zia cowgirls take second at Texas Tech rodeo

Freedom New Mexico LUBBOCK — Eastern New Mexico University’s rodeo teams wrapped up their fall schedule over the weekend at Texas Tech, with the women finishing second behind Clarendon College and the men placing 13th out of 15 teams.

ENMU runners face early test

Freedom New Mexico The Eastern New Mexico University cross country teams will get an early test today when they open the season in a triangular meet against Texas Tech and Wayland Baptist. Tech will serve as the host of the meet, scheduled to be run in Cloudcroft. “It’ll be a nice deal, I think,” ENMU […]

Staying in the game

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By Thomas Garcia: PNT Staff Writer Video arcades have gone the way of the dinosaur with the constant development of newer high-tech home gaming consoles. Long before people could sit in front of a television helping Master Chief put an end to the devious Covenant plot, they were standing in front of video machines helping […]

David Limmer

David Limmer, a 2004 graduate of Clovis High School, received New Mexico Tech’s highest honor for an undergraduate at commencement ceremonies May 17. Limmer, who earned a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering with highest honors, was awarded the Brown Award for scholarship, leadership, and service. The faculty of New Mexico Tech selected him […]

Honors: Zupancic

Steven Zupancic received a Ph.D. in Communication Sciences and Disorders on May 17, 2008, from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. His thesis title is “Gap Detection Ability Determined by Cortical Event Related Potentials in Cochlear Implant Users.” He is the son of James and Isabel Zupancic of Portales.

Brown first at Tech track meet in javelin

Freedom New Mexico LUBBOCK — Sophomore Diedra Brown captured Eastern New Mexico University’s lone event win in Saturday’s Red Raider Relays at Texas Tech, taking women’s javelin competition with a throw of 123 feet, 5 inches. The top finish for the ENMU men came from junior Derek Henio, who placed second in the 10,000 in […]

Zia volleyball loses and Zia and Hound cross country competes

LUBBOCK — The Eastern New Mexico University men’s cross country team finished fifth out of eight teams while the women were sixth out of 10 in Friday’s Jackrabbit Open, hosted by Texas Tech. Tech swept both team titles, finishing with 35 points in men’s competition to 55 for runnerup South Plains and 29 points for […]

Area woman races toward nationals

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By Mickey Winfield: PNT Staff Writer LUBBOCK — In her first season with the Lady Red Raiders, Dora graduate and former Eastern New Mexico University Zia Brittany Bennett is the top barrel racer in the Southwest Region, and in the process has helped the Texas Tech women’s rodeo team claim third place in the 17-team […]

Local students extend support

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By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Eastern New Mexico University students and faculty are showing sympathy and support to those affected by last week’s tragedy at Virginia Tech University by signing a giant card to the university. While watching the news, Jeff Blake felt compelled to do something that would show support for the victims […]

Firearms ban violation of constitutional rights

Editorial Few details were known about Monday’s senseless killings on the Virginia Tech campus before many analysts jumped to the same conclusion they always reach: The way to stop gun violence is to impose further controls on the legal ownership of guns. In an editorial Tuesday, for instance, The New York Times opined: “What is […]

ENMU cross country teams fourth, fifth at Tech

Freedom Newspapers LUBBOCK — Junior transfer Nimrod Lelei finished seventh in a time of 25 minutes, 7.64 seconds to lead Eastern New Mexico University’s men to a fourth-place team showing with 82 points on Friday in the Jackrabbit Open cross country meet, hosted by Texas Tech. The Red Raiders took the team title in the […]