Created on Friday, 21 November 2014 08:27
WNMU women's basketball rolled to victory in their regular season opening game, 83-26 over visiting University of the Southwest. All sixteen Lady Stangs scored but it was the defense that continued to-- Continue reading
Created on Wednesday, 19 November 2014 04:40
WNMU football was well represented with 10 players receiving post season recognition for their efforts on the gridiron this past season, including one player receiving recognition as the best Freshman-- Continue reading
Created on Monday, 17 November 2014 16:13
By Mike Rowse
The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference placed two teams in the NCAA D-II post season football playoff bracket for 2014. Colorado State University-Pueblo and Colorado School of Mines fini-- Continue reading
Created on Sunday, 16 November 2014 07:57
Sixteen Western New Mexico University football players went out on top with a 34-31 victory over Black Hills State University in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference action Saturday afternoon.
Mitch Gla-- Continue reading
Created on Saturday, 15 November 2014 11:57
Western New Mexico University women's basketball head coach Rusty Kennedy has announced the signing of Megan Looney. Looney, a 6-foot center currently at Apache Junction, brings several accolades to t-- Continue reading
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