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Weather Forecast Changes WNMU Softball Home Opener

With the weather forecast not looking favorable for late Saturday and into Sunday, that has forced a schedule change for the Western New Mexico University softball team this weekend against Eastern Ne-- Continue reading

Final Round of Rattler Invite Canceled Due to Weather Conditions

Unplayable conditions at the Dominion Country Club forced the second and final round of the Lady Rattler Invitational to be canceled on Tuesday.

The Lady Mustangs finished the tournament 16th after sh-- Continue reading

Mustang Golf Fires Even Par Round at Cactus Thaw

Despite an even-par 288 on Tuesday, the Western New Mexico University men’s golf team wasn’t able to gain much ground as they finished 15th after the second and final round of the Visit Stockton Cactus Th-- Continue reading

Lady Mustang Golf Opens Season at St. Mary's Invitational

The Western New Mexico University women’s golf team opened the spring season at the Lady Rattler Invitational Monday and are currently in 16thplace following the first round at the par 72, 6,045 yard D-- Continue reading

Mustang Golf Opens With Solid Round at Cactus Thaw

As the day went along, the Western New Mexico University men’s golf team continued to climb the leaderboard and ended up tying for 13th after the first round of the Visit Stockton Cactus Thaw! that took-- Continue reading

Mustang Football Lands Top Recruits From NM

The Western New Mexico University football team is pleased to announce that the following players have signed National Letters of Intent to join the program.

All 35 players will be incoming freshmen,-- Continue reading

WNMU Softball Puts Scare into Central Washington & CSU-Pueblo

The Western New Mexico University softball team started both games strong, holding leads against No. 14 Central Washington and CSU-Pueblo. The Lady Mustangs were ahead 5-0 against the Wildcats, but a-- Continue reading

Rain Cancels Final Two Games For WNMU Softball

Rain overnight made the fields unplayable for Saturday’s Dixie State University Easton Classic. The Western New Mexico University softball team finished the tournament 0-4, but had several close games, -- Continue reading

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