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Mustang Basketball Drops Season Opener

Despite shooting 40 percent and getting a near double-double from Makhtar Fall, the Western New Mexico University men’s basketball team fell to Oklahoma Panhandle State University, 78-57, in the season -- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Host Cowgirls for Senior Day

The Lady Mustangs continue to build momentum towards the postseason and they will close the regular season on Saturday at home against in-state rival New Mexico Highlands University for Senior Day at-- Continue reading

Mustangs Suffer Losses in Final Home Game

It looked like it was going to be a Senior Day to remember for the Western New Mexico University football team early on. After jumping out to a 13-point lead, Chadron State College scored the next 31-- Continue reading

Mustang Volleyball Continues to Roll

Despite a late rally by Fort Lewis College, the Western New Mexico University volleyball team was able to finish off the Skyhawks in four sets claiming the 3-1 victory (25-17, 20-25, 25-18, 26-24) Fri-- Continue reading

WNMU Volleyball Completes Sweep of Weekend Action

The Western New Mexico University volleyball team appeared ready to win the match in four sets, but after the Adams State University Grizzlies rallied to force a fifth, the teams went back-and-forth b-- Continue reading

Mustangs Holding Food Drives in November

The WNMU athletic department will be participating in the Dare to Care food drive for the month of November. Spearheaded by students Jazmina Villegas and Louann Velasquez, the food drives will take pl-- Continue reading

WNMU Women Fall to UNM in Exhibition Opener

WNMU women's basketball had some very strong stretches in their exhibition season opener but the UNM Lobos proved to be too much in gaining the 78-41 win.

New this season for women's basketball is the-- Continue reading

WIlson Tabbed as RMAC Defensive Player of the Week

The Mustangs got back on the winning track last Saturday due in no small part to a solid performance by their defense. Junior DB Alfonso Wilson was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference's Defen-- Continue reading

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