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WNMU Cross Country Teams Have Strong Outing at Northern Arizona

The Western New Mexico University cross country teams opened the 2016 season Saturday at the George Kyte Classic hosted by Northern Arizona University. The women placed third, while the men came in fi-- Continue reading

WNMU Football Drops Season Opener at San Diego

The University of San Diego limited the Western New Mexico University football team to 217 yards of offense in taking the 27-0 victory in the season opener for both teams Saturday night.
The Mustangs h-- Continue reading

Lady Stang Volleyball Gets Sweep of Saturday Action

Junior Heather Verrill (Barstow, CA/Barstow ) had an even better Saturday than her Friday performance. Following a 21-kill performance last night, she went off for 29 today and hit .675 to power the W-- Continue reading

Eastern New Mexico Drops Season Opener

After a slow start, the Eastern New Mexico University football team played on even terms with Southwest Baptist University in the season opener at Plaster Stadium. Kamal Cass rushed for 149 yards with-- Continue reading

West Texas and ENMU Top Lone Star Cross County Polls

West Texas A&M and Eastern New Mexico are the top choices to win the 2016 Lone Star Conference men’s and women’s cross country championships according to the league’s preseason poll announced on Friday.-- Continue reading

Lone Star Announces Preseason Individual Honors for Volleyball

Three Lone Star Conference volleyball standouts were recognized Tuesday as league officials announced the 2016 Preseason Players of the Year.

Tarleton State's Hailey Roberts was named Offensive Player-- Continue reading

WNMU Picked Sixth in First Lone Star Poll

Angelo State is the narrow favorite to capture the Lone Star Conference title, according to the 2016 LSC volleyball preseason poll announced Monday.

The league's preseason polls reflect the opinions o-- Continue reading

Lone Star Preview - Tarleton State University

Tarleton State University can be found in Stephenville, TX, just under 2 hours southwest of Dallas. Founded in 1899 as a junior college, they made the jump to 4 year status in 1961 and now boast an en-- Continue reading

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