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Bracket Set for LSC Men's Basketball Championship

The men's bracket for the Lone Star Conference Basketball Championship March 2-5 in Allen, Texas, was decided Saturday night as the league's basketball teams wrapped up the regular season.

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#19 Angelo State Edges Lady Mustangs on Senior Day

Backed by the second-most points in a game this season, the Western New Mexico University women’s basketball team gave No. 19/No. 24 Angelo State University all they could handle before the Rambelles h-- Continue reading

Mustangs Can't Hold Big Lead Against Angelo State

It looked like it was not only going to be a big senior day for Emery Range, but also a victory for the Western New Mexico University men’s basketball team. Range went for 21 points and the Mustangs had-- Continue reading

WNMU Softball Battles #21 Rambelles

Redshirt senior Domi Shone was electric in the first game and the offense came alive in the second game, as the Western New Mexico University softball team fell just short against No. 21 Angelo State-- Continue reading

Fast Start Propels #21 Angelo State Past Mustang Softball

No. 21 Angelo State University posted 12 runs in the first inning on their way to defeating the Western New Mexico University softball team 22-2 in five innings Friday in Lone Star Conference action.

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#21 Angelo State Visits WNMU Softball

The start to the Lone Star Conference slate doesn’t get any easier for the Western New Mexico University softball team as they face No. 21 Angelo State University this Friday through Sunday.

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Gnilozubov Named LSC Player of the Week in Tennis

Junior Vladimir Gnilozubov had a strong showing in helping the Western New Mexico University men's tennis team to a 9-0 win over Colorado Mesa and took home Lone Star Conference Player of the Week for-- Continue reading

Lady Mustangs Get First Lone Star Conference Win

Senior Jordan Gutierrez continues to add to her final campaign with the Lady Mustangs as she tied a career-high going for 36 points against Texas A&M-Kingsville as the Western New Mexico Universit-- Continue reading

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