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WNMU Women's Tennis Concludes Season in NCAA Regionals

Facing the top team in the region and winners of 18 straight, the Western New Mexico University women's tennis team battled No. 13 St. Mary's (TX) before the Lady Rattlers claimed the 5-0 win in the S-- Continue reading

Higgins Named to All RMAC Tournament Team

WNMU Senior Stephanie Higgins had a strong senior campaign for Lady Stang softball. That performance continued into the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Tournament, which landed the San Diego native-- Continue reading

Lady Mustangs Named to All RMAC Teams

The Western New Mexico University softball team tallied five players on the all-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference awards.

Senior Stephanie Higgins, junior Mary Othon and freshman Mariangela Garcia la-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Take Top Seed to the Limit

Going against the top team in the conference and No. 18 team in the nation didn't faze the Western New Mexico University softball team. The Lady Mustangs outhit MSU Denver and had the tying and winnin-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Get Tough Win in RMAC Tournament

Down three runs early, the Western New Mexico University softball team looked to be in trouble. Having just played a marathon 13 inning game last night, what was left in the tank? The answer was plent-- Continue reading

Five Mustang Golfers Named to All RMAC Team

Calum Hill, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Golfer of the Year, can add All-RMAC Academic Golfer of the Year to that list. Hill, along with Harry Wetton were named to the First-Team, while Thom-- Continue reading

Lady Stang Golfers Honored

Bobbi Pierson added Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Academic Golfer of the Year, having already earned the Summit Award as the academic teams were released Thursday. Adrianna Grijalva joined Pierso-- Continue reading

Mustang Tennis Earns More Post Season Awards

Alvaro Nunez and Omar Lopez each were named to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Academic First-Team as the conference awards were announced Thursday. Tristan Da Lio and Sascha Brechtel were name-- Continue reading

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