The Navajo Technical University Men's Basketball had their third regular season game Friday, November,4th at 7:30 pm at Adam State University.

The Skyhawks won the tip-off and kept an up-pace tempo and with the help of their strong defense, the game was neck and neck. With quick baskets on each side of the court. Unfortunately, the team began to have multiple fouls leading them to trail the Grizzlies 54-33 ending the first half. The Skyhawks trailed by 20 points for the entirety of the second half. The Skyhawks battled hard until the very last second of the game. The Skyhawks had a tough loss to Adam State University, with a final score of 109-74 in Alamosa, Colorado. When asked the question "How does the team plan to overcome the loss of today's game and be ready for the next ?" Skyhawks #23 Jose Miguel Jr stated " Well we plan to sharpen our defense the next game and execute better offensively" This early loss will be in the back of the team's mind as they work towards a great, history-making season. The Men's Basketball Team will be traveling again to Espanola, NM to play against Northern New Mexico on Saturday, November 5th at 7:00 pm. Please wish the team good luck and safe travels.

Your Player of The Game

#23 Jose Miguel Jr
23 Points, 2 Rebounds, 2 Assist, and 1 Steal

Your leading scorers

#11 Brady Ramon
15 Points, 3 Rebounds, 2 Assist, and 5 steals

#25 Jalen Gant
13 Points, 8 Rebounds, 2 Assist, and 1 Steal

Congratulations to our NTU Men’s basketball team for their win this afternoon. Defeating Justice college 87-81. Thank you to whom attended.

Your player of the game

Jalen Gant
26 points 6 rebounds 2 steals

Your leading scorers

Richard Serrano
25 points 2 rebounds 1 assist

Jose Miguel jr
11 points 7 rebounds 3 assists 4 steals

The Skyhawks will be traveling next week for their games on Friday November 4th against Adams State University in Alamosa, CO. Again on Saturday November 5th against Northern New Mexico in Espanola,NM.

Please wish the team good luck and safe travels.

Las Cruces, NM - Navajo Technical University Rodeo team's Final Rodeo of the Fall 2022 at the New Mexico State University College Rodeo on Oct 29, 2022 in Las Cruces, NM.

We wish our cowboys and cowgirls safe travels and the best of luck in their respective events. Go Skyhawks!

Men Basketball Home Game Oct 28, 2022 in Crownpoint, NM
Crownpoint, NM -
Navajo Technical University Men's Basketball team will play its first regular season game in Crownpoint, NM on Oct 28, 2022 at 7 pm.

We want to wish our Skyhawks good luck vs Justice College.

Good afternoon,
This past weekend, our NTU Rodeo Team competed in Tucumcari, NM. It was raining and cold, but that didn't stop us from having a good time. So, they have a long-go and short-go at some rodeos, and this was one of them. Top 10 in each event make the short go also considered the champion round. Every contestant competes in the long go. They have one shot at making a qualified time to advance. With all that said the results are:

Long go:
    Matthew Jodie 1st Place with a 4.1 (60pts)
    Hiyo Yazzie 3rd Place with a 5.0 (40pts)
  Tie down:
    Hiyo Yazzie 4th Place with 10.6 (30pts)
    Amytheiss Marvin 21st place with 12.4
  Team Roping:
    Matt Jodie 12th place with 13.0
    Hiyo Yazzie Tied 2nd place with 7.6 (50 pts)
    Amytheiss Marvin 31st place with 19.92
  Goat Tying:
    LaBelle LaFrance 21st place with 13.1

Short go:
    Hiyo Yazzie 4th place with 5.8 (30pts)
  Tie down:
    Hiyo Yazzie 1st place with 10.0 (60pts)

    Matthew Jodie 6th place (10pts)
    Hiyo Yazzie 2nd place (50pts)
  Tie down:
    Hiyo Yazzie 2nd place (50pts)
  All Around Champion Title:
    Hiyo Yazzie with a total of 340 pts
NTU Mens Team TIED for 2nd place with Mesalands with 410 pts
1st place mens team is CAC with 470 pts
3rd place mens team is NMSU with 380 pts
We represented our university well.
Coach Pino

Skyhawk Athletics

NTU teams have goals to place in their conference, regional, and national championships in a variety of sports. Winning teams have become a tradition at NTU in both men’s and women’s sports. Community support for intercollegiate athletics at NTU has been outstanding. The caliber of coaching, the quality of uniforms and equipment, the training and medical facilities, and the opportunity to play against good competition are superior. NTU Athletic Programs aspire to the highest level of intercollegiate competition, sportsmanship and academic excellence through the University mission.

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