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Mustangs' Glassman Earns RMAC Honors

Two WNMU student athletes were honored for their on field/court performances by the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. Mitch Glasmann, Junior QB, and Heather Verrill,

Glasmann from Temecula, CA, earn-- Continue reading

Mustang Golf Moves into 9th at UTEP Tourney

WNMU saved their best round for the last day, firing a 279 team score to move into a tie for 9th place. Calum Hill matched the team finish individually shooting a 69 and ending up tied for 9th place a-- Continue reading

Mustangs Dominate Second Half in Win

Western New Mexico hit the road looking to get back on the winning track Saturday. After the first half of play, it did not look good for the purple and gold but the team turned it around in the secon-- Continue reading

WNMU Volleyball Sweeps Adams State

By Michael Rowse

After a close first set, the Western New Mexico University volleyball team would make quick work of Adams State University coming away with another sweep, 3-0 (25-23, 25-21, 25-17) Fr-- Continue reading

WNMU Cross Country Teams Compete in California

By Michael Rowse

Competing in the UC San Diego Triton Classic, the Western New Mexico University cross country teams placed in fifth in the men's race and ninth in the women's race Saturday.

The Musta-- Continue reading

WNMU Men's Golf Strong in Second Round

By Michael Rowse

WNMU Men's golf is the only Division II team competing in the Price's Give 'Em Five Invitational tournament hosted by UTEP at the Butterfield Trail Golf Club in El Paso. The Mustangs-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Roll Over Highlands

By Michael Rowse

WNMU's volleyball team is hovering just below .500 with a lot of new, young faces and having played one of the toughest non-conference schedules in the RMAC, so you look for high poin-- Continue reading

Mustangs Football Suffers Disappointing Loss

Maybe it's something in the water or the home cooking but WNMU football just can't see to find a way to play consistently for 4 quarters. Until this past weekend, the Mustangs have played well in the-- Continue reading

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