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!
What Three Junior College Signees Means for the Development of UTEP Women’s Basketball
In attempts to reload with more depth entering the 2019-20 season, Kevin Baker and his staff strategically sought out recruits and succeeded in signing three top-100 JUCO recruits, along with their four incoming high school signees that will join the Miners in the fall.
Kenton Paulino Hired as UTEP Basketball Assistant Coach to Fill Top Assistant Vacancy
Today it was announced that a former player and colleague of Terry would rejoin his staff at UTEP. Kenton Paulino, who recently spent two seasons with the Tulsa Hurricanes, has been announced as the next assistant coach for the Miners.
Five Last Things to Watch at UTEP’s Spring Game Tomorrow
After weeks of getting back to the gridiron, the Miners will conclude spring ball practices with their final spring drills on Saturday at the Sun Bowl starting at high noon.
Chihuahuas Set to Debut First-Ever Native El Pasoan on the Diamond
Today, the club optioned right-hander Fernando Rodriguez to El Paso, which marks the first time an El Paso native will have the opportunity to suit up for the Chihuahuas.
From Texas Western to Texas Tech: Basketball is Back in the Lone Star State
There's excitement in the state of Texas for the sport of basketball. It musters in Lubbock and will soon spread throughout the Lone Star State.
Opening Day is Here: Fresh-Looking Chihuahuas Embark on Season 6
Ah, there's nothing sweeter than opening day at Southwest University Park and six years feels like it's soared past us.
NCAA Final Four: The Madness Ensues in Minneapolis This Weekend
Only Michigan State has won a title before, while Texas Tech, Auburn and Virginia are hoping to hoist a championship for the first time in school history.
MountainStar Sports Group Unveils $3.25 Million in Renovations to Southwest University Par…
Today members of MountainStar Sports Group unveiled their $3.25 million offseason renovations to the stadium, including redesigned hospitality areas, a retractable pitching mound, new locker rooms and a new spark to the stadium with the Locomotive FC fully integrated.
How Much of an Impact Was Zion Williamson to the Sport of Basketball?
In a season where the NBA seemed more fixated on offseason moves and free agency, Zion brought us back to the hardwood and made Duke basketball must-watch television.
And Then There Were 16: What You Need to Know for the Sweet 16
There weren't too many upsets in the opening weekend of the NCAA Tournament but it leaves the door wide open for the madness to ensue in the Sweet 16.