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Ayers Named All American - For Second Year

Senior wide receiver Xavier Ayers snagged First-Team American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Division II Coaches’ All-American honors Tuesday. This makes Ayers a two-time All-American as last year -- Continue reading

Ayers Grabs Another Post Season Honor

Senior wide receiver Xavier Ayers picked up his second straight D2CCA All-Super Region 4 honor being named to the second-team. He was named to the first-team last year. In addition to this honor, he w-- Continue reading

Gutierrez Career Night Not Enough For Lady Mustangs

Senior Jordan Gutierrez did all she could for the Western New Mexico University women’s basketball team scoring a career-high 36 points against UT Permian Basin Saturday afternoon. Despite the strong o-- Continue reading

Mustangs Fall to UT Permian Basin

The Western New Mexico University men’s basketball team held close throughout the first half against UT Permian Basin, but a cold shooting game eventually caught up to the Mustangs as the Falcons took t-- Continue reading

WNMU Signs Two Volleyball Players

Delaney Seitz and Selai Damuni are set to join the Western New Mexico University volleyball team for the 2017 season after signing National Letters of Intent in November.

Seitz, a 5-foot-10 middle blo-- Continue reading

Seventh Ranked West Texas Dominates Lady Mustangs

West Texas A&M has been one of the top teams in Division II over the years and they proved why Thursday night when the No. 7 ranked Lady Buffs used a plus-50 advantage inside the paint and shot 67-- Continue reading

Buffaloes Run Past Mustangs in Second Half

The Western New Mexico University men’s basketball team had worked their way back into the contest down by just 11 at halftime when No. 24 West Texas A&M used a 51-point second half on their way to -- Continue reading

Mustangs Open Lone Star Conference Play at West Texas A&M

The Western New Mexico University men’s basketball team stays on the road this week as they will begin Lone Star Conference play against No. 24 West Texas A&M and UT Permian Basin. The Mustangs are -- Continue reading

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