NMSU continues basketball time out, delays UTRGV series
LAS CRUCES – The New Mexico State men’s basketball team announced the postponement of its two-game house series versus UTRGV on Sunday.
The Aggies paused all activities on Jan. 4 due to a positive COVID-19 test result within their group. This marked the group’s 2nd pause of the season after putting things on hold from Dec. 5-15, 2020.
Despite quarantining, New Mexico State has actually because received several positive outcomes. The Aggies relocated to Arizona Grand Resort & Health Spa in Phoenix, Arizona, on Nov. 17 due to COVID-19 constraints in their house state of New Mexico.
There are no brand-new dates set for the UTRGV series, which was initially set up to be used Friday and Saturday at Grand Canyon’s Activity Center in Phoenix.
The pair of video games were expected to act as New Mexico State’s WAC opener after their two-game road series against Dixie State on Jan. 8 and 9 got postponed to March 5 and 6.
Out of all the active Department I teams in the nation, American (0-2) and Loyola MD (0-2) are the only 2 teams that have actually played less games than New Mexico State (2-1) so far this season.
The New Mexico State ladies’s basketball team likewise stopped briefly all activities on Sunday due to a favorable COVID-19 test result of its own. This marked the Aggies’ very first positive result given that they started evaluating in November.
The females’s group joined the men’s group at Arizona Grand Resort & Spa in late December. New Mexico State is still scheduled to play Cal Baptist on Feb 5 and 6 in Riverside, California.