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Two RMAC Teams Ranked in Top 25 Volleyball Poll

The season's first American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Division II Coaches' Poll was released Monday and Colorado Mines improved to sixth, while COlorado Mesa slotted in at No. 18 in the To-- Continue reading

RMAC Teams Ranked High in AFCA DII Football Poll

CSU-Pueblo retains its No. 2 spot, while Colorado Mines jumps to No. 16 in the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Division II Coaches' Poll after the poll was released Monday afternoon.

CSU--- Continue reading

Holland Names RMAC Special Teams Player of the Week

Senior wide receiver Rhakeem Holland was named the Wilson Football Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Special Teams Player of the Week Monday. Holland's 67 yard punt return for a touchdown helped the-- Continue reading

WNMU Lady Stang Golf Solid in First Round of Tournament

Behind solid scores from Bobbi Pierson and Cheyenne Molina, the Western New Mexico University women’s golf team opened the 2015 fall season currently tied for seventh after the first round of the Farmer-- Continue reading

WNMU Men's Golf Picked #1 in RMAC Poll

The Western New Mexico men's golf team and MSU Denver women's golf team were selected as favorites to win the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference after the preseason coaches' polls were released Thursd-- Continue reading

Mustang Cross Country Competes at Adams State Invite

The Western New Mexico University cross country teams opened the 2015 season at the Joe Vigil Open that took place Saturday at the Cattails Golf Course.

The Lady Mustangs came in sixth with 161 points-- Continue reading

Grap Earns All Tournament Honors

Western New Mexico University senior volleyball player Leeta Grap was named to the Angelo State University Invitational All-Tournament Team.

Grap shined in the first matches of the season as she led t-- Continue reading

Mustang VB Concludes Play at ASU Invitational

Falling down two sets in their first match against Angelo State University, the Western New Mexico University volleyball team refused to go away. They fought back to force a decisive fifth set before-- Continue reading

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