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Rich Adds Another Award

Senior middle blocker Shannon Rich made it two awards in two days landing on the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) South Central Regional Team Wednesday taking home honorable mention.

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WNMU Volleyball's Rich Garners Another Accolade

Senior middle blocker Shannon Rich continues to add honors to her final season as she landed on the D2CCA South Central All-Region Second-Team Tuesday.
The D2 Conference Commissioners Association All-R-- Continue reading

Lady Mustang Basketball Game Ruled 'No Contest'

The basketball game between Western New Mexico University and New Mexico Highlands women's scheduled for Monday has now been ruled a no contest.

Approximately one hour before the scheduled start, West-- Continue reading

Mustangs Drop Rematch at NM Highlands

Senior Emery Range led the way, while junior Latrell Spivey and freshman Alex Gonzalez all scored in double-figures Tuesday night against New Mexico Highlands University. The Cowboys led early and nev-- Continue reading

Lady Mustangs Drop Contest at Colorado Mesa

The defense limited Colorado Mesa University to just 30 points in the first half and an 0-12 effort from three-point range to give the Western New Mexico University women’s basketball team a 43-30 lead -- Continue reading

Lady Mustangs Get Win Over Western State

Junior Jeylynn Fields posted her second straight 20 points game and led the team in scoring for the third consecutive contest as her 22 points powered the Western New Mexico University women’s basketbal-- Continue reading

WNMU Women's Basketball Headed to Grand Junction

Following a tight victory over Northern New Mexico College, the Western New Mexico University women’s basketball team will head to the Colorado Mesa University Holiday Inn and Suites Thanksgiving Classi-- Continue reading

Lone Star Conference Weekly Basketball Release

LSC MEN’S BASKETBALL
The Lone Star Conference men’s basketball teams have started play with a 32-9 overall record. UT Permian Basin, Tarleton State, Texas A&M-Commerce, Texas A&M-Kingsville and A-- Continue reading

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