Lady Eagles Off to Best Season Start Ever
Web Posted 12.9.14
The Northern New Mexico College womens basketball team is off to their best start in the history of the program, after their 79-57 victory over the Arizona Christian University Firestorm, Nov. 29 in Española.
The Lady Eagles improved to 6-1 on the season, with their third victory this season, over the Firestorm.
“We’ve just got a good group of kids,” Northern coach Jack Ballard said. “My assistants did a great job of helping to recruit new players and our returning players are getting better.”
Eagles GO Into Break 5-5
Web Posted 11.27.14
ESPANOLA, N.M. --
The Eagles played NCAA Division II Colorado Mesa University in their second game at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Basketball Classic. It was a back and forth game the entire night. However, the Eagles came up two points just shy of upsetting another NCAA institution.
“This is by far our toughest part of our schedule, we played five NCAA Division II teams in only 7 days. Not to mention all of them being on the road.” Head Coach Ryan Cordova said.
Eagles Finish Long Road Trip 2-1
Web Posted 11.12.14
DENVER, CO.– The Eagles took off for their first road trip of the season. The Eagles played 3 games in only a 4 day stretch. The Eagles first game was against McPherson College where they battled for an overtime win 87-85. Senior guard Gabe Martinez led the Eagles in scoring with 24. Senior forward Eric Garcia had his first double double of the season with 21 points and 12 rebounds.
The Eagles picked up their 4th win of the season against Bethel College 75-70.
3-0 Start Best In Lady Eagle History
Web Posted 11.6.14
ESPANOLA, NM -The Northern New Mexico College Lady Eagles got off to a hot start this weekend in Espanola. For the first time in the programs history, they have gone undefeated opening weekend as host of the Ohkay Owingeh Classic.
Friday night the Eagles hosted Arizona Christian University in a see saw battle that would go down to the wire. The Eagles outlasted the Firestorm and went on to win 65-60. Senior PG Patrice Marshall had 13 points and 3 assists, while senior forward Michelle Montes had 11 points and 6 rebounds.