• November 26, 2021

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UTEP miscues doom upset bid, UAB wins 42-25

BIRMINGHAM, Al. – UAB scored 28 points off four drives that started in UTEP territory, including two in a span of two minutes 16 seconds in the third quarter that turned the tide in a 42-25 victory over the Miners on Friday. The Blazers (8-4, 6-2 C-USA) trailed 17-14 before outscoring the Miners (7-5, 4-4 […]Read More

UTEP finishes off Florida A&M 67-53

The UTEP Miners Men’s Basketball Team came from a dismal Wednesday defeat to obtain their fourth win of the season defeating the Florida A&M Rattlers 67-53. UTEP overcame a slow offensive start to come out victorious on Thanksgiving Eve, gradually improving their offensive execution as the game progressed, improving in all areas of their game […]Read More

UTEP Bolsters Support for Special Ed, School Counseling Students

UTEP is strengthening its support for school counseling and special education graduate students thanks to a five-year $1.1 million grant from The U.S. Department of Education. The award enhances the University’s ability to help these students finance their education and gives them access to enhanced technical instruction and supervision support. Project BLESSED (Bridging Leadership in Education: […]Read More

Gallery+Story: UC Riverside stops UTEP at the Don 52-40

The Miners Men’s Basketball Team suffered its first loss at home this season, losing to the University of California Riverside Highlanders (UCR)  52-40. This is the first time that the Highlanders defeated the Miners in the history of the series (UTEP still leads the head-to-head series 3-1). The story of the night however came before […]Read More

UTEP Rifle Concludes Fall Slate

The UTEP rifle team registered an aggregate of 4558, just behind Ohio State (4694) Sunday as it closed out its fall slate. The Miners posted a 2249 in smallbore and a 2309 in air rifle.  Isabel Brooks led the team with an aggregate of 1158 while Sydney McKay ranked second for the campaign with a […]Read More

PSB, EPWater honor UTEP professor with award

One of President/CEO John Balliew’s earliest memories at EPWater involves Civil Engineering Professor Anthony Tarquin of the University of Texas at El Paso. As Balliew was reporting for his first day of work at the Canal Plant, Tarquin was busily conducting water research with a graduate student from Greece. For his multiple years of tireless […]Read More

Gallery+Story: UTEP rushes past Rice 38-28

The UTEP Miners Football Team got back to their winning ways, picking up their seventh win of the season defeating the Rice Owls by 38-28. This was the Miners final home game of their 2021 regular season and in order to secure the win for the 10,000+ fans in attendance at the Sun Bowl the […]Read More

UTEP WBB chops down NAU 72-62

Katia Gallegos (season-high 19 points), Avery Crouse (13), Destiny Thurman (12) and Teal Battle (10) each hit double figures as the UTEP women’s basketball team improved to 4-0 after axing Northern Arizona (1-3), 72-62, on Saturday night in front of 814 fans at the Haskins Center. UTEP is off to a 4-0 start for the first time since 2017-18, head coach Kevin Baker‘s […]Read More

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