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NOTE CHANGE OF DATES: WNMU Softball at home Friday and Saturday

With the threat of inclement weather this weekend, the Western New Mexico University softball team will face Adams State University this Friday and Saturday, instead of Saturday and Sunday.

WNMU went-- Continue reading

Othon Named RMAC Player of the Week

By Mike Rowse

Catcher Mary Othon was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Player of the Week Tuesday by the conference office.

Othon led the Mustangs in batting average (.667), RBI (8), sluggi-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Remain Fifth at CBU Invitational

By Mike Rowse

Following an opening round landing in fifth, the Western New Mexico University women's golf team stayed in fifth after the second and final round wrapped up Tuesday at the Cal Baptist Univ-- Continue reading

Men's Golf Finishes Second at St. Mary's Invite

By Mike Rowse

WNMU entered the final round of play at the St. Mary's Invitational with a one stroke lead. Despite playing better on day two, the Mustangs could not hold off Rogers State as they roared-- Continue reading

Western Golf Returning to Form at St. Mary's Invitationa

WNMU men's golf got off to a rough start in the fall but the spring season finds them receiving votes in the DII Coaches' poll and they are currently ranked 39th by Golfstat. With the confidence build-- Continue reading

Lady Stang Golf Starts Strong

With a trio in the top-20, the Western New Mexico University women's golf team is off to a solid fifth place after the first round of the Cal Baptist Invitational took place Monday.

WNMU posted a 327-- Continue reading

Softball Drops a Pair in Sunday Action

By Mike Rowse

A late seventh inning rally fell just short for the Western New Mexico University softball team against Chadron State in the first game falling, 9-8. In the second game, Colorado State U-- Continue reading

#14 Colorado Mines Comes Back to Get Win Against Mustangs

By Mike Rowse

Using a slow-tempo style of offense, the Western New Mexico University men's basketball team used that to their advantage to hold a halftime lead over #14 Colorado School of Mines. The O-- Continue reading

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