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Two RMAC Football Teams Earn Post Season Berths

By Mike Rowse

The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference placed two teams in the NCAA D-II post season football playoff bracket for 2014. Colorado State University-Pueblo and Colorado School of Mines fini-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Defeat Northern Arizona

It might have been 'just' an exhibition game but any win over a D-1 opponent for WNMU is a solid win. Neither WNMU nor NAU shot the ball well, 34.4% from the field but WNMU was able to ride 18 points-- Continue reading

Mustang Basketball Drops Contest

St. Mary's University came out of the gates with a 19-0 run and after the Western New Mexico University men's basketball team came back late in the first half, the Rattles pulled away for the 77-52 vi-- Continue reading

Mustangs Edge Yellowjackets for Senior Day Win

Sixteen Western New Mexico University football players went out on top with a 34-31 victory over Black Hills State University in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference action Saturday afternoon.

Mitch Gla-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Land Key Recruit in Early Signing Period

Western New Mexico University women's basketball head coach Rusty Kennedy has announced the signing of Megan Looney. Looney, a 6-foot center currently at Apache Junction, brings several accolades to t-- Continue reading

Mustangs Drop Season Opener

WNMU basketball opened the 2014-15 campaign on the road in Ignacio CO as one of 2 teams representing the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference in the Heartland/RMAC Challenge. Western opened play in the-- Continue reading

WNMU's Grap earns RMAC Honor

By Michael Rowse

Junior outside hitter Leeta Grap was named to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference honorable mention team. Grap, in her first year with the Lady Stang squad, played in 93 of the 96-- Continue reading

Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Continues Expansion

By Michael Rowse

The RMAC President's Council unanimously approved a bid by Dixie State University to become an associate member of the conference participating in football only. The Red Storm will be-- Continue reading

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