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Lady Mustangs Drop Contest at Home

Senior Jordan Gutierrez, along with juniors Jade Botelho and Keshaun Clark all scored in double-digits to help lead the Western New Mexico University women’s basketball team to a first quarter lead agai-- Continue reading

WNMU Softball Falls Short

Facing yet another tough team to open the day, the Western New Mexico University softball team fell to Western Washington 8-0, but then showed fight in the nightcap against Concordia (Ore.). After fal-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Scare #24 Eastern New Mexico

Eastern New Mexico entered the game tied with Angelo State for the top spot in the conference and being ranked No. 24 in the latest media poll. The Western New Mexico University women’s basketball team -- Continue reading

Mustangs Can't Hold Lead at Eastern NM

Leading by two at the break, the Western New Mexico University men’s basketball team once again went right down to the final seconds with Eastern New Mexico. With the teams trading leads down the stretc-- Continue reading

WNMU Softball Drops Two at Hawaii-Hilo

It was a pair of close games Tuesday for the Western new Mexico University softball team as they faced Hawaii-Hilo for the second and third times this season. The two teams played at Palo Verde High S-- Continue reading

Lady Mustang Tennis Rolls to Another Win

he Western New Mexico University women’s tennis team is off to a strong start this spring season posting a pair of wins after defeating Eastern Arizona 8-1 Wednesday afternoon.

In doubles, WNMU (2-0)-- Continue reading

Late Rally Pushes Commerce Past Lady Mustangs

An early six-point lead looked promising for the Western New Mexico University women’s basketball team against Texas A&M-Commerce on Thursday night. The Lions came back to lead after one and built o-- Continue reading

Mustangs High Point Total Not Enough at Commerce

The Western New Mexico University men’s basketball team scored 79 points against Texas A&M-Commerce Thursday night for the second-most point tally of the season. The only problem was, the Lions put -- Continue reading

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