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WNMU Men's Golf Solid in Final Round of CBU Invite

Despite strong final rounds from both freshmen Pedro De La Vega and Gonzalo Pan De Soraluce, the Western New Mexico University men’s golf team couldn’t make a dent in moving up the leaderboard as they fin-- Continue reading

WNMU Cross Country Competes in Tucson

The Western New Mexico University cross country team kicked off their spring season this past weekend at the Willie Williams Classic hosted by the University of Arizona.

The Mustangs competed only in-- Continue reading

WNMU Softball Tallies Win at Embry Riddle

Eight runs and 14 hits helped power the Western New Mexico University softball team to their first win of the season as they defeated Embry Riddle (AZ) 8-5 in the first game Saturday. The Eagles fough-- Continue reading

Mustang's Gnilozubov Earns POTW Award in Lone Star Conference

Junior Vladimir Gnilozubov helped lead the No. 24 Western New Mexico University men’s tennis team to four wins over the past week and was named the Lone Star Conference Player of the Week Thursday.

Gn-- Continue reading

Lady Mustang Tennis Battles Ranked Teams

The Western New Mexico University women’s tennis team played three matches in Midland this past weekend, as they opened Lone Star Conference play falling just short to UT Permian Basin 6-3. After that t-- Continue reading

#24 Mustang Tennis Goes 2-1; Downs #25 St. Edward

The No. 24 Western New Mexico University men’s tennis team opened Lone Star Conference play with a win over UT Permian Basin 7-2 and then after a tough 8-1 loss to No. 23 St. Mary’s, came back strong wit-- Continue reading

Gutierrez Named to NCAA All Region Basketball Team

Senior guard Jordan Gutierrez was tabbed to the D2CCA South Central Region Second-Team Tuesday. Sports information directors from NCAA Division II South Central Region schools and conferences selected-- Continue reading

Turner Wins Embry Riddle Invite; Lady Mustangs Finish Second

Sophomore Shelby Turner was tied for first after the opening round and she was able to claim the title on her own Tuesday as she moved in front to win by a stroke at the Embry Riddle Invitational. The-- Continue reading

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