In the second half of an NCAA basketball matchup at Utah State Saturday night, New Mexico State point guard Hernst Laroche was accidentally tripped up on a screen by Utah State forward Kyisean Reed. However, Laroche recovered so quickly that he was able to get right back up and block a three-point shot attempt by Utah State guard Preston Medlin. To top it off, Laroche took possession of the ball off the blocked shot and dribbled all the way down the court for the easy basket on the other end.
The awesome defensive play by Laroche helped New Mexico State take control of the game down the stretch to win the battle of the Aggies over Utah State, 80-69.
Via It's Always Sunny in Detroit
February 13, 2012
This defensive play from Saturday's Utah State-New Mexico State game is nothing short of incredible. Hernst Laroche, a senior guard for NMSU, was guarding Utah State's Preston Medlin when he tripped over USU forward Kyisean Reed who was setting a pick at half court. After hitting the deck, Laroche, all in one motion, pulled off an army roll and sprung back up to his feet...
Via New Mexico State Athletics
February 12, 2012
The New Mexico State University track and field team concluded its last regular season meet with a record-setting performance by breaking three all-time school records and setting seven more top-10 records.
The UTEP softball team (4-1) suffered their first loss of the season in Las Cruces, N.M. against New Mexico State on Tuesday. The Aggies (5-0) run-ruled the Miners in a six inning 13-3 affair.
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