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Mustangs Loucks With Career High 26 in Loss at MSU Denver

Junior Steven Loucks accounted for the first eight points scored by the Western New Mexico University men’s basketball team Saturday to move out to an early lead. MSU Denver responded and never looked b-- Continue reading

WNMU Softball Opens at Lubbock Christian

The Western New Mexico University softball team opened the 2016 season on Friday and after falling in the opener to Lubbock Christian University, 11-0, the Lady Mustangs fought back and nearly defeate-- Continue reading

Gutierrez Hits Season High Eight Three Pointers at UCCS

Junior Jordan Gutierrez had a game earlier this season in which she drilled seven three-pointers at Colorado State University-Pueblo. She did one better Friday night hitting eight, but it wouldn’t be e-- Continue reading

Mustang's McRay Posts 22 in Loss at UCCS

Freshman Willie McCray continued to add to what has already been a stellar freshman season going for 22 points Friday night. The Western New Mexico University men’s basketball team stayed close into the-- Continue reading

Want to take part in an alumni football game?

STRAP ON THOSE OLD CLEATS! If you ever played football in high school or college, I’m sure you’re like everyone else and have wondered what it would be like to step out on that field one more time. Well, -- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Can't Complete Comeback Against Chadron State

Trailing by 13 at the break, the Western New Mexico University women’s basketball team found their groove in the third quarter outscoring the Eagles by 10. Although the rally brought the Lady Mustangs c-- Continue reading

Mustangs Get The Win!

It looked like Chadron State College was set to send the Western New Mexico University men’s basketball team to another tough loss. When all of a sudden, missed free throws and big shots had the Mustang-- Continue reading

Big Night By Regis U's Purdy Downs Lady Stangs

The Western New Mexico University women's basketball team forced 24 turnovers and held an edge on points in the paint, but it wouldn't be enough as Regis University, powered by 25 points from Bay'lee-- Continue reading

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