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Javelinas Tops Lady Stang Volleyball

Texas A&M-Kingsville hit .354 and limited the Lady Mustangs to a .140 percentage as the Western New Mexico University volleyball team dropped their Lone Star Conference opener 3-0 Friday afternoon-- Continue reading

corrected: The reason why Scott Park is used for WNMU football team practice

Recently a reader asked the Beat why the Western New Mexico University football team is using Scott Park for a practice field. The practice conflicted with the youth soccer practices that have used th-- Continue reading

Lone Star Conference Names Golfers of the Week

Brayden Cruth, West Texas A&M University, SO, Amarillo, Texas, Tascosa HS
Cruth paced the Buffs to a fifth place finish at the Ryan Palmer Foundation Invitational this week at Tascosa Golf Clu-- Continue reading

Lone Star Volleyball Players of the Week Honors

Angelo State went 5-1 last week with a record setting week as they climbed to the No. 8 spot in the AVCA rankings after upsetting both No. 2 Wheeling Jesuit and No. 6 Central Missouri. No. 2 WJU was t-- Continue reading

WNMU Lady Stang Golf Starts Strong in Colorado

Sophomore Shelby Turner (Deming, NM/Deming HS) is just two-shots off the top spot, while freshman Brenda Dominguez (El Paso, Tx/Americas HS) is in the top-10 as the Western New Mexico University women-- Continue reading

Lone Star Names ENMU's Cass Offensive Player of the Week


Kamal Cass, Eastern New Mexico University, JR, RB, Clovis, N.M., Clovis HS

Cass paced ENMU with 232 rushing yards in Saturday's Lone Star Conference win over Western New M-- Continue reading

Recap of Lone Star Football Action

Only two teams faced off in conference action this past week, WNMU visited ENMU, while several other teams faced off against D1 schools. History was made in several of those contests. LSC teams are 10-- Continue reading

Mustang Football Drops Lone Star Opener to Eastern New Mexico

The offense got things going in the second half, but it was just too late for the Western New Mexico University football team to come all the way back as they fell to in-state rival Eastern New Mexico-- Continue reading

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