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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

Mustangs Tough Defense Not Enough Against Rangers

Utilizing bench points and points off turnovers, the Western New Mexico University men's basketball team stayed right with Regis University when the Rangers were able to break away late for the 62-54-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Close in Coach Enriquez's Debut

It was a debut to remember for head coach Matt Enriquez. The Western New Mexico University women’s basketball team had built their lead back to 11 midway through the second half and appeared ready to h-- Continue reading

Mustangs Battle #24 Colorado Mines

Close but no cigar. It seems as if each game throughout most of the season has come down to the end, but for the Mustangs they have been on the wrong end of the scoreboard. It was again the same story-- Continue reading

Kennedy Resigns as WNMU Women's Basketball Coach

Having turned around the Western New Mexico University women’s basketball program in just three-plus seasons, Rusty Kennedy will be moving on after resigning as the head coach of the WNMU women’s basketba-- Continue reading

3 Mustangs Earn All RMAC Cross Country Honors

Janice Chacon, Clarissa Funaki and Breana Martin all were named to the All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Academic Team on Tuesday.

To be eligible for consideration, a student-athlete must carry a-- Continue reading

Yellow Jackets Run Away From Lady Stangs

Black Hills State University jumped out to an early 8-1 lead and never looked back against the Western New Mexico University women’s basketball team as the Yellow Jackets claimed the 76-47 Rocky Mountai-- Continue reading

Mustang Rally Falls Short

Despite a strong game from Willie McCray and a solid second half, the Western New Mexico University men’s basketball team wasn’t able to come all the way back against Black Hills State University before f-- Continue reading

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