UVU, NMSU students punished for brawl

UVU, NMSU students punished for brawl

LAS CRUCES, N.M. (KRQE) – Utah Valley University has punished students for a post-game brawl with the New Mexico State Aggies.

The fight broke out after the Aggies lost at Utah Valley on Thursday night.

Aggie K.C. Ross-Miller threw a ball at a Utah Valley Wolverine and then students rushed the court. Fans started pushing and punches were thrown.

Utah Valley isn’t saying how many students got in trouble for their involvement or what their punishment is.

New Mexico State suspended two students, K.C. Ross-Miller for two games, and forward Renaldo Dixon for one game.

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