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Lone Star Conference Announces Academic Excellence Awards

Lone Star Conference Announces Academic Excellence Awards

The WNMU Mustangs have officially joined the Lone Star Athletic Conference as of July 1, 2016. The Mustangs have been competing in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference for the past several years. Th-- Continue reading

Two Mustangs Earn Academic All-American Honors

Western New Mexico University women’s golfers Bobbi Pierson and Adrianna Grijalva each earned Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) All-American Scholar accolades. The criteria for selection to the All-- Continue reading

Mustangs Make Move to New Conference

With the new fiscal year starting on July 1, the Western New Mexico University athletic program will now get set for the official move to the Lone Star Conference.

The LSC, founded on April 25, 1931,-- Continue reading

WNMU Men's Tennis Grabs RMAC Brechler Award

The Western New Mexico University men’s tennis team showed their dominance not only on the court during the season, but also in the classroom as they took home the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Bre-- Continue reading

Enriquez Signs Four to WNMU Basketball Roster

Western New Mexico University Head Men’s Basketball Coach Matt Enriquez announced the signings of four new players to the team. Alex Gonzalez Alvarez, Eddie Giron and CJ Vanbeekum will join as freshmen,-- Continue reading

RMAC Selects Two Mustangs for RMAC Scholar Athlete Recognition

Senior Calum Hill and junior Bobbi Pierson were selected as Western New Mexico University's Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Scholar-Athletes of the Year.
Administrators from each of the 16 RMAC inst-- Continue reading

WNMU Selects Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees

Kristen Kennedy and Shellie Broyles-Raymond will be inducted into the Western New Mexico University Athletic Hall of Fame this fall during the Homecoming festivities on October 1.

Kennedy, a golfer, p-- Continue reading

Unger Continues to Add Players

Jeylynn Fields becomes the third player to sign with the Western New Mexico University women's basketball team this year.

Fields, a 5-foot-8 combo guard, averaged 12 points per game and four rebounds-- Continue reading

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