Published on Friday, 17 February 2017 08:07
Facing a tough task in Division I Grand Canyon, the Western New Mexico University men’s tennis team tallied a point in singles before falling 6-1, while the women’s team came close in a few matches before-- Continue reading
Published on Friday, 17 February 2017 08:06
Senior Jaime Waltmire was the most consistent Mustang throughout the Visit Stockton Cactus Thaw and in turn he was named the Lone Star Conference Golfer of the Week on Thursday.
Waltmire did all he co-- Continue reading
Published on Friday, 17 February 2017 08:05
Four players scored in double-figures to give the Western New Mexico University women’s basketball team a lead after the first quarter. Cameron came back strong in the second and third quarters and neve-- Continue reading
Published on Friday, 17 February 2017 08:04
Holding a three-point lead and being within striking range all first half, the Western New Mexico University men’s basketball team was down just four at halftime against Cameron. The Aggies responded w-- Continue reading
Published on Wednesday, 15 February 2017 08:13
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
Published on Wednesday, 15 February 2017 08:12
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
Published on Wednesday, 15 February 2017 08:11
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
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