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Lady Stangs Pull Away for Road Win

Trailing by as many as 16 points in the first half, the Western New Mexico University women’s basketball team stormed back in the second half outscoring New Mexico Highlands University by 17 points and -- Continue reading

Mustangs Drop RMAC Opener

The final score was indicative of how the game was played. Within six points with eight minutes to play in the game, New Mexico Highlands University was able to pull away from the Western New Mexico U-- Continue reading

WNMU Basketball Teams Hit the Road to Open RMAC Play

The Western New Mexico University basketball teams will hit the road this Saturday to open Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference play against in-state rival New Mexico Highlands University.

It will be a-- Continue reading

Mustangs Come up a Bucket Short

The second version between the two teams created quite the finish. Similar to the Mustangs last home game against Northern New Mexico, it went down to the wire. Benedictine-Mesa drilled a clutch three-- Continue reading

RMAC Gets Ready For Conference Schedule to Begin

The final week of non-conference play wrapped up for the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference men's basketball teams, with one RMAC team knocking off the No. 1 squad in the country.

CSU-Pueblo went on t-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Drop Game to Eastern New Mexico

The Western New Mexico University women’s basketball team started and finished strong in both the first and fourth quarters, but Eastern New Mexico University held a strong advantage in the middle quart-- Continue reading

Mustang Football Ranks High in Several Statistical Categories

The Western New Mexico University football team again finished high in the nation in several categories. Here is where the Mustangs finished in terms of national and in the RMAC.

In terms of being nat-- Continue reading

RMAC Recognizes Lady Stang

Junior Deandra Williams posted back-to-back double-doubles and thus collected Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week Monday.

Williams posted a pair of double-doubles against U-- Continue reading

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