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Mustangs Drop 4 Overtime Thriller, 107-108

Fans who chose to head to WNMU for the Mustangs’ home opener were witness to a four overtime thriller. Unfortunately the Mustangs came out on the short end of the 107-108 final score as Northern New Mex-- Continue reading

Mustangs Earn POTW Honors in RMAC Football

The Mustangs concluded their 2015 campaign with a 59-21 road victory over Black Hills State University. Two Mustangs were honored by the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference for their efforts in the vic-- Continue reading

Western Uses Running Game to Close With a Dominating Win

The long drive didn’t affect the Western New Mexico University football team. Behind a pair of 21 point quarters in the first half, the Mustangs never looked back from the opening drive of the game as t-- Continue reading

Mustang Volleyball Gets Short End of Tiebreakers for RMAC Tourney

Even though the Western New Mexico University volleyball team won Saturday against New Mexico Highlands University, they will have to travel for the first round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conferen-- Continue reading

WNMU Volleyball Gives Callender Win 700

It wasn’t easy, but Head Coach Jim Callender is now in the 700 win club following Western New Mexico University’s tight back-and-forth 3-2 (22-25, 25-20, 26-24, 23-25, 15-12) win over in-state rival New M-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Lose to OPSU

Having delivered a game-winning basket the night before, it looked like the Western New Mexico University women’s basketball team would be in position to have the same result. Instead Texas-Permian Basi-- Continue reading

Mustang Basketball Comes Close in Rematch

Having erased an early 12-point first half deficit, the Western New Mexico University men’s basketball team had their own 12-point advantage in the second half before Oklahoma Panhandle State University-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Win on Buzzer Beater

It was the first game of the season, but it already featured the back-and-forth action you see late in the year. After Oklahoma Panhandle State University took a late lead, Jade Botelho came through w-- Continue reading

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