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WNMU's Range Named to LSC All-Academic Team

Senior Emery Range was tabbed to the Lone Star Conference All-Academic Team Wednesday.

Range holds a 3.33 GPA and is majoring in business administration. He capped his career by tying for his career-h-- Continue reading

WNMU's Gutierrez Named to All-Conference Team

After a season in which she led the Lone Star Conference in scoring, senior Jordan Gutierrez was named to the honorable mention squad Wednesday.

This past week alone she picked up her fourth 30-point-- Continue reading

WNMU Women's Tennis Show Improvement Against Ranked Teams

It was a tough road trip to California for the Western New Mexico University women’s tennis team as they had to face a pair of top-25 teams in #24 Point Loma and #25 Azusa Pacific. The Lady Mustangs fel-- Continue reading

#24 WNMU Men's Tennis Splits Against Ranked Teams

The No. 24 Western New Mexico University men’s tennis team had no problems in cruising past No. 22 Point Loma 6-3. The next day, they came very close to upsetting No. 13 Azusa Pacific before the Cougars-- Continue reading

WNMU Softball's Rally Comes up Short

Senior Lacy Granger drilled a three-run shot over the left field fence to help bring the Western New Mexico University softball team back to within two runs at the time. No. 21 Angelo State University-- Continue reading

Lone Star Women's Basketball Bracket Set

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

The top eight-- Continue reading

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.

Eight teams-- Continue reading

#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

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