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WNMU Basketball Fills Roster as School Year Begins

The Western New Mexico University men's basketball team continued to fill out their roster signing nine players to the team as announced by Head Coach Jeff Law.

Emery Range is a 6-foot-5 guard that tr-- Continue reading

Mustang Football Picked to Finish Seventh in RMAC Preseason poll

Following a fifth-place finish in 2014, the Western New Mexico University football team has been selected to finish seventh in the 2015 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Preseason Coaches' Poll that-- Continue reading

NM Senior League Girls Advance to Southwest Tournament in Louisiana

NM Senior League Girls Advance to Southwest Tournament in Louisiana

   Front Left: Jacqueline Gonzalez                         &-- Continue reading

Silver City Little League 15-16 Senior Girls will play in regionals

The Silver City Little League 15-16 Senior Girls have advanced to the regional competitions in Vidalia, Louisiana, which begin July 25. 

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Western Men's Tennis Ranked in Final Poll

The Western New Mexico University men's tennis team ended the season ranked No. 27 in the final ITA rankings for the 2014-15 season.

In a season that saw the Mustangs record a sixth straight RMAC regu-- Continue reading

Mustang's Tiurina Ranked in Final ITA Poll

Ganna Tiurina capped her illustrious career at Western New Mexico University by ending up sixth in singles play in the South Central Region by ITA.

Tiurina, a senior from Kiev, Ukraine, changed the co-- Continue reading

Jessie Darnell Tournament Basketball Tournament

Jessie Darnell Tournament Basketball Tournament

No Regrets Basketball sent 4 teams to the 8th Annual Jesse Darnell 3 on 3 Basketball tournaments in Lordsburg. In the 16/under Girls Division, No Regrets Girls finished the tournament undefeated and-- Continue reading

Two Mustangs Join Cancer Research Program for Summer

It will be an exciting and eventful summer for two Western New Mexico University student-athletes. Sophomores Jordan Gutierrez and Adrianna Grijalva will have the chance to do research studying immuno-- Continue reading

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