New Mexico State Aggies Tickets
|Latest New Mexico State Aggies Tickets|
New Mexico State Aggies vs. Wyoming Cowboys
Aggie Memorial Stadium NMSU
Aug 25 2018
PARKING: Minnesota Golden Gophers vs. New Mexico State Aggies
TCF Bank Stadium Parking Lots
Aug 30 2018
Utah State Aggies Vs. New Mexico State Aggies
Merlin Olsen Field At Maverik Stadium
Sep 8 2018
Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns vs. New Mexico State Aggies
Oct 13 2018
Texas State Bobcats vs. New Mexico State Aggies
Bobcat Stadium - TX
Oct 27 2018
BYU Cougars vs. New Mexico State Aggies
Lavell Edwards Stadium
Nov 17 2018
Liberty Flames vs. New Mexico State Aggies
Williams Stadium - Lynchburg
Nov 24 2018
Grand Canyon Antelopes vs. New Mexico State Aggies
Grand Canyon University Arena
Feb 9 2019
New Mexico State Aggies Tickets Prices
The average New Mexico State Aggies tickets will cost you between $18 and $82, if you are looking for the cheapest seats then catch the event being held at the Williams Stadium - Lynchburg, Lynchburg on 24/11/2018. The average ticket will cost you the highest on 30/08/2018 at the TCF Bank Stadium Parking Lots, Minneapolis.
Minimum get in price is for New Mexico State Aggies tickets is $10 for the event being held at the Lavell Edwards Stadium, Provo on 17/11/2018 , there are some venues that have a much higher get in price, for instance the cheapest seats at the Aggie Memorial Stadium NMSU, Las Cruces on 25/08/2018 will set you back $76.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price (Minimum Price)|
|New Mexico State Aggies vs. Wyoming Cowboys||Las Cruces||25-Aug-18||$76||$76|
|PARKING: Minnesota Golden Gophers vs. New Mexico State Aggies||Minneapolis||30-Aug-18||$82||$36|
|Utah State Aggies Vs. New Mexico State Aggies||Logan||8-Sep-18||$30||$13|
|Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns vs. New Mexico State Aggies||Lafayette||13-Oct-18||$51||$26|
|Texas State Bobcats vs. New Mexico State Aggies||San Marcos||27-Oct-18||$46||$36|
|BYU Cougars vs. New Mexico State Aggies||Provo||17-Nov-18||$47||$10|
|Liberty Flames vs. New Mexico State Aggies||Lynchburg||24-Nov-18||$18||$14|
|Grand Canyon Antelopes vs. New Mexico State Aggies||Phoenix||9-Feb-19||$62||$44|
Details of New Mexico State Aggies and the Ticket Luck value
After years of underperforming, things are looking up for the resilient New Mexico State Aggies. Stadiums are filling up for the I-10 and Rio Grande Rivalries as the 16 varsity teams of the New Mexico State University that comprise the Aggies look to register compelling performances. The Aggies compete at NCAA Division I level in the Western Athletic Conference. Of the sixteen teams, six are men's (football, baseball, basketball, cross country, tennis, and golf) while ten are women's (soccer, swimming and diving, track and field, softball, equestrian, volleyball, basketball, cross country, and tennis). Fans will be jostling for New Mexico State Aggies tickets to transform the arenas into cauldrons of noise in support of the teams.
Las Cruces is the location of New Mexico's only land grant university, New Mexico State University. The county seat of Dona Ana County lays in the picturesque Mesilla Valley in Rio Grande's flood plain, flanked by the Dona Ana, Robledo and Organ Mountains. The university started out in 1888, with football being the first sport kicking off proceedings with a game against interstate rivals University of New Mexico in 1894. The duo has since competed in the Rio Grande Rivalry (New Mexico leads 113-94). New Mexico State Aggies also trail in the fierce Battle of I-10 football rivalry with University of Texas at El Paso. The Aggies' famous Memorial Stadium, completed in 1977, hosts the football team. 30,343 New Mexico State Aggies Tickets holders can fill the arena, which is constructed in a novel design employing the excavated earth used in forming the lower level to support the upper level. The successful Aggies basketball and volleyball teams play at the 12,500-capacity Pan American Center. Presley Askew Field, with its bullpens, press box, and batting cages, can host 750 baseball fans. Soccer is played at the Soccer Athletic Complex.
McKinley Boston is the New Mexico State Aggies Athletics Director since 2004, having earlier had a playing career with the New York Giants. Aggies basketball employs Marvin Menzies as head coach in his third year, while DeWayne Walker would want an improvement on his 3-10 football coaching record in his debut season. Women's Volleyball has Coach Mike Jordan pulling the strings, and they complete the selection panel for the Aggies. Famous football alumni include Super Bowl veterans Roy Gerela and Leo Barker and Aggies favorites Charley Johnson and Denvis Manns. Notable basketball players include Lou Henson, three-time NBA Champion Randy Brown and twice ABA-winner John Williamson.
New Mexico State Aggies football has four Conference championships. The first two were accrued in the Border Intercollegiate Athletic Association (1938 and 1960) while the last two were part of a golden 70s run in the Missouri Valley Conference (1976 and 1978). The Aggies also enjoyed consecutive Sun Bowl wins in 1959 and 1960 under Coach Warren B. Woodson. 14 Conference Championships for the Aggies basketball team accompany a lone Final Four appearance in 1970.
New Mexico State Aggies teams are under no illusions that they lag behind their contemporaries in the sporting achievements list. However, top-drawer facilities and an earnest desire to succeed have warmed the hearts of fans with New Mexico State Aggies Tickets.