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Mustang Football Bows to Turnover Bug

Plagued by turnovers and big plays, the Western New Mexico University football team was held to 13 points as Fort Lewis College claimed the 34-13 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference victory Saturday af-- Continue reading

Mustang Cross Country Runs at Pomona Pitzer Invitational

Going against some of the top running schools around in California, the Western New Mexico University cross country teams came in 14th in the women’s race and 15th in the men’s race at the Pomona-Pitzer I-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Stay Perfect With Saturday Sweep

Western New Mexico's volleyball team remained perfect in conference play, 7-0, after a three set sweep of Colorado Mesa University Saturday night. The Lady Stangs used strong defense to get the 30-28,-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Extend Winning Streak to Six

Riding the momentum of a strong road trip and home crowd, the Western New Mexico University volleyball team made it six straight victories as they remained undefeated in Rocky Mountain Athletic Confer-- Continue reading

Lady Stang Volleyball at Home Riding a Five-Game Winning Streak

Coming off of a very successful road trip, the Western New Mexico University volleyball team will look forward to being at home for the next four games beginning this weekend against Westminster and C-- Continue reading

#21 Mustangs Finish Third at WNMU Intercollegiate Tournament

The star-studded No. 21 Western New Mexico University men’s golf team went toe-to-toe with some of the best teams around and nearly claimed the title. The Mustangs were tied for the top spot and eventua-- Continue reading

Glasmann Collects Another Award

For the second time this season, senior quarterback Mitch Glasmann (Temecula, CA/Chaparral) was named the HERO Sports Division II Stud of the Week Monday. He also received the award after the first we-- Continue reading

CSU Pueblo & Colorado Mines Ranked High in AFCA Football Poll

CSU-Pueblo remained at its No. 10 spot, while Colorado Mines stayed put at No. 11 in the latest American Football Coaches Association Division II Coaches' Poll, which was released Monday.

Both the Thu-- Continue reading

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