Aggie Caravan makes first stops in Santa Fe & Gallup

Courtesy of NMSU

LAS CRUCES, N.M. –The New Mexico State Athletic Department wants to visit with Aggie fans across the state as the Aggie Caravan visits four locations this spring.

The first two stops are next week in Santa Fe on Tuesday, April 28 and in Gallup on Thursday, April 30.

The Aggie Caravan will allow fans and supporters to visit with NM State coaches and administrators, get a review of the past season, an update on spring sports and a preview of what to expect from the Aggies during the 2015-16 seasons.

“We are excited to visit with our great fans all across the state,” said NM State Director of Athletics Mario Moccia. “This first trip will allow our fans up north to have an opportunity to visit with our coaches on their turf.”

The first stop for the caravan is on Tuesday, April 28, at The Draft Station in Santa Fe (60 E. San Francisco St.), with the second on Thursday, April 30, at Sammy C’s Rock N’ Sports Pub and Grille in Gallup (107 W. Cole Ave.).

Both events will begin with a reception at 5 p.m., followed by the program beginning at 6 p.m.

The first Aggie Caravan features head football coach Doug Martin, WAC Women’s Basketball Coach of the Year Mark Trakh, and men’s basketball associate head coach Paul Weir, along with Moccia and other Aggie coaches and administrators.  WAC Men’s Basketball Coach of the Year Marvin Menzies joins the Caravan in Gallup after returning from a recruiting trip overseas.

The festivities will be emceed by Aggie Hall of Fame announcer Jack Nixon.

The Aggie Caravan will continue Wednesday, May 20th in Albuquerque and Thursday, May 21st in Artesia.

Details on those stops will be announced later.


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