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Lady Stang Listed on NFCA Top 25 Freshman of the Year Award List

Mariangela Garcia has made the Inaugural National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Freshman of the Year Top-25 list that was announced on Thursday. Garcia is one of only two players to make the li-- Continue reading

Wetton Named RMAC Golfer of the Week

Sophomore All-American Harry Wetton was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Men's Golfer of the Week as announced by the conference office on Thursday.

Wetton led the No. 15 Mustangs to the M-- Continue reading

Mustang Football Concludes Spring Practice with Saturday Scrimmage

As with every college football program, when March rolls around, WNMU football turns to spring practice. Returners compete with new faces to gain an edge on the depth chart for next year. Coach Adam C-- Continue reading

Mustang Tennis Ranked Third: At Home This Weekend

The No. 33 Western New Mexico University men's tennis team entered the first NCAA South Central Regional rankings in third. They were also ranked third in the region by ITA.

The Mustangs are the highe-- Continue reading

Mustang Golf Continues to Dominate

With every golfer carding scores in the low-to-mid 70's, the No. 21/23 Western New Mexico University men's golf team had no troubles holding onto their lead to claim the Mustang Intercollegiate by eig-- Continue reading

WNMU Cross Country Runners Compete in California Collegiate

There aren't any official cross country meets in the spring, so WNMU runners compete as individuals in several events. This past weekend four runners took part in the California Collegiate Invitationa-- Continue reading

Austin Earns Second Pitcher of the Week Award

On March 10, WNMU's Mikayla Austin was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Pitcher of the week. That was just a preview of the domination that earned Austin the honor again this week.

Austin-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Softball Splits Games on Monday

Mikayla Austin continued her solid pitching and a clutch home run from MaryJo Granger in the second game helped the Western New Mexico University softball team gain a split Monday. Colorado Christian-- Continue reading

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