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Lady Stangs Place Two on All RMAC Team

By Mike Rowse

Seniors RaTanya Newsome and Ashley Mitchell were named to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Second-Team as announced by the conference office Tuesday.

Newsome has been amongst the R-- Continue reading

WNMU's Scott Named to Honorable Mention RMAC Squad

By Mike Rowse

Senior Terrez Scott capped off his final season by being named Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference honorable mention as announced by the conference office Tuesday.

Scott finished the seas-- Continue reading

Mustang Tennis at Home Thursday

By Mike Rowse

Following a trip to Albuquerque in which weather caused the men's tennis team to only be able to play one match and none for the women's tennis team, WNMU returns home this Thursday to h-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Fall in First Round of RMAC Tourney

By Mike Rowse

Although the season came to an end Tuesday, the Western New Mexico University women's basketball team set many records that hadn't been reached for years and they tried to reach another-- Continue reading

Mustang Tennis Teams Play Only One Match; Get a Win

Due to weather and other conditions, the Western New Mexico University tennis teams were only able to play one match, men's team only, this weekend.

Having lost playing time during Friday's weather co-- Continue reading

Mustangs End Season With Win Over Rival Highlands

In a game that featured almost more completed free throws than field goals, the Western New Mexico University men's basketball team ended the season on a high note beating New Mexico Highlands Univers-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Clinch Playoff Spot With Win

It was a battle throughout, but the Western New Mexico University women's basketball team was able to hold off in-state rival New Mexico Highlands University, 51-45, to claim the Rocky Mountain Athlet-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Complete Weekend Sweep of Adams State

It was much closer and lower scoring than on Friday but the outcome was the same as WNMU softball edged Adams State University in a doubleheader, 3-2 and 4-3, to complete the 4 game sweep of weekend a-- Continue reading

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