I've been born and raised in the city of El Paso, where I graduated from Franklin High School in 2015 and am set to graduate from UTEP in 2019. After graduating high school, I embarked upon a sports journalism route in college at UTEP's student publication, The Prospector, where I served as Sports Editor, Editor-in-Chief and Web Editor for a span of four years. For the last four years, I have been covering UTEP, the Chihuahuas, prep sports and just about everything in the Sun City. Before entering my junior year in college, I took my LSAT and was set for law school upon graduation. That quickly changed with opportunities that I received at 600 ESPN, where I have found my new home. My favorite teams are the Los Angeles Rams, Boston Celtics, and the St. Louis Cardinals. I enjoy writing, reading books, watching movies and playing basketball during my free time. I love the city of El Paso!
Look Out! UTEP is 3-1 After Dominant 31-6 Road Win Against ULM
The Miners raced off to an early 24-0 halftime lead and never looked back, ending with a 31-6 victory over the Lousiana-Monroe to start off the season 3-1 for the first time since 2010.
EPISD Cancels Indoor Road Games Because of Fans in Attendance
El Paso Independent Schoool District canceled a handful of games on Tuesday against programs from Ysleta Independent School District as a result of a dispute against fan attendance at indoor gyms.
UTEP 17 – ACU 13: Miners Edge Out FCS Opponent in Second Home Win
The Miners (2-1) shook off early struggles and hung on to beat Abilene Christian (0-1) 17-13 in front of 6,059 fans at the Sun Bowl on Saturday.
UTEP vs. ACU: Five Things to Know About Abilene Christian
The Miners (1-1) will head back to the Sun Bowl following their 59-3 blowout loss to No. 14 Texas and face Abilene Christian (FCS) in their third non-conference game on Saturday, Sept. 19.
Texas Races Off to Early Lead, Dominates UTEP 59-3
The Longhorns (1-0) took a 45-point halftime lead and never looked back en route to a swift 59-3 beatdown over UTEP (1-1) on Saturday in Austin.
UTEP Ranked Dead Last in CBS Sports College Football Preseason Poll
The Miners, who have won just two games in the last three seasons (2-34), were ranked dead last (76 of 76) in the CBS Sports college football rankings list.
UTEP Football 2020 Outlook: Five First Takeaways on Stephen F. Austin
It's UTEP football game week, as the unusual season gets ready to kick off this weekend. The Miners will host Stephen F. Austin in their home opener on Saturday, Sept. 5 and kickstart their 12-game season.
University Officials Announce 18% Capacity at UTEP Football Games
UTEP President Heather Wilson announced updates to the Miner football game day plans for the upcoming season amid the pandemic on Thursday, including limiting stadium attendance to 18 percent capacity.
NM State Football Postpones Season to Spring Amid Health and Traveling Concerns
The latest college football casualty is New Mexico State, which announced early Thursday morning that the program will postpone the fall season to spring due to "COVID player health & safety concerns as well as 14-day quarantine requirement when traveling back into (New Mexico)."
UTEP Football Practice Suspended After Four Players Test Positive for COVID-19
On the day before their first padded practice was set to take place, UTEP Director of Athletics Jim Senter and head coach Dana Dimel announced the postponement of fall camp due to four players testing positive for COVID-19.
Battle of I-10 on Twitter? Miners and Aggies Throw Blows on Social Media
The Athletic put together a compilation of the 25 least dominant college football teams of the past 50 years and, as some might imagine, UTEP football was featured twice in the article released on Friday.
UIL Could Make a Decision Monday on the Fall Sports Season
As the UIL weighs out the options on what to do for its fall sports activities across the state, Thomas Jones reported on Thursday that the UIL will make an announcement on Monday regarding the start of the high school sports season.