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WNMU Volleyball Opens Home Season This Weekend

After spending the first three weeks on the road, it will be a welcomed sight for the Western New Mexico University volleyball team when they return home this weekend for their home openers against Ca-- Continue reading

Lone Star Conference Weekly Football Update 092216

It’s early in the season, especially the conference season, but there have already been a couple of key games that are shaping the race for the conference championship and post season berths. Last week -- Continue reading

Lone Star Conference Announces Players of the Week in Volleyball

Angelo State, Tarleton State, Texas A&M-Kingsville and West Texas A&M started Lone Star Conference play 2-0.

League play continues this week with matches Tuesday, Friday and Satu-- Continue reading

Turner's 75 Garners Top 10 Finish at WNMU Golf Tournament

Sophomore Shelby Turner remained near the top of the leader board tying for seventh as the Western New Mexico University women’s golf team ended up 13th after the second and final round of the WNMU Fall-- Continue reading

WNMU QB Hall Named Lone Star POTW

Senior quarterback Javia Hall (Dallas, TX/Skyline) did it all in the Mustangs win over Oklahoma Panhandle State this past Saturday on his way to earning Lone Star Conference Offensive Player of the We-- Continue reading

Turner Leads Lady Stangs in First Round of WNMU Intercollegiate

Sophomore Shelby Turner found her stroke early and often leading the Western New Mexico University women’s golf team to eighth after the first round of the WNMU Fall Intercollegiate took place Monday a-- Continue reading

WNMU Men's Tennis Has Strong Showing at NMSU Invitational

Junior Vladimir Gnilozubov (Kazakhstan, Astana/Kazakhstan) cleaned up at the New Mexico State University Aggie Invitational winning the doubles bracket with senior Tristan Da Lio (Casablanca/Academie-- Continue reading

Lady Stang Volleyball Sweeps Saturday Action

After running into a tough Texas A&M-Kingsville team the night before, the Western New Mexico University volleyball team fought past a gritty St. Edward's team in the first match Saturday to win i-- Continue reading

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