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WNMU Golf Near Lead at Lone Star Championships

Senior Harry Wetton (Bedford, England/The Bedford School) has been coming on strong the past few weeks and it continued right into the Lone Star Conference Championships Monday as he is tied for second-- Continue reading

#26 Mustangs Drop #21 Midwestern State

Just like the match the day before against Cameron, both teams were right there and had a chance to win. The Western New Mexico University men's tennis team faced a 4-4 tie and it all came down to sop-- Continue reading

Mustang Football's Spring Game This Saturday

The Western New Mexico University football team will hold its annual spring game that will take place this Saturday at 10 a.m. at Ben Altamirano Field.

Come out and watch the Mustangs free of charge a-- Continue reading

Mustang Golf Struggles in Final Round at St. Edwards

Senior Harry Wetton ended up leading the way Tuesday, but the Western New Mexico University men’s golf team wasn’t able to gain any ground as they finished 12th after the third and final round of the St.-- Continue reading

Freshman Paces WNMU Golf at St. Edward's Invitational

Freshman Pedro De La Vega opened strong with an even par 70 and after a second round 73, he helped pace the Western New Mexico University men's golf team into a tie for 11th after the first two rounds-- Continue reading

Rojas Breaks WNMU Record in 1500

It didn’t take Jose Rojas long to find his stride this spring. This past week at the Distance in the Dark, he was able to break the mark as he posted a time of 4:00.29 in the 1500 meter run to break the-- Continue reading

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

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