Monday, November 30, 2009

On the Road & Now Ready for Tough Teams

We had two tough games on the road at Northeastern and at Utah. We played great for 33-35 minutes in both games and its too bad that a five minute stretch in both games cost us. We need to learn from those games and know that we can't have any lapses like that anymore. In Boston we were able to go a day early and we were able to take a tour of the city and learn more about its history. The arena we played in was pretty cool. It was the original home of the Boston Bruins and the Boston Celtics. It is also the oldest ice hockey arena in the United States.

Following that road trip we have been excited to return home for a bunch of games. We played really hard in our wins against Idaho State and Southern Utah. The first week of December brings two games that will bring the toughest competition we have had in the Spectrum this year. Both BYU and Saint Mary's are great teams that are off to great starts this season. We are excited to see where we stand against teams like this and we are excited for the atmosphere for these games. Go AGGIES!
-Tyler Newbold


  1. How much does it mean to you Tyler to have Pooh back, does it take some pressure off?
    Way to play last week, great to have you guys back home.

  2. I like the poster See It, Hear It, Believe It! And from what I have seen and heard, Aggies Men's Basketball are fantastic!

    The record right now does not show it, but you are a team to be reckoned with. There is a saying that you have not won until you have lost. With this experience you will only carry with you and will make you a great team!

    Tyler, you are an awesome player! Every player on the roster is phenomenal and I believe you will have a great season! Aggies rock and let's go Aggies!