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#21 Mustangs Hold Ten Stroke Lead

The #21 ranked Western New Mexico University Mustangs completed first day play at the Mustang Intercollegiate Golf Tournament with an impressive ten stroke lead. The tourney is being contested at the-- Continue reading

Both Western Tennis Teams Dominate in RMAC

The Western New Mexico University tennis teams opened up Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference play in style posting three wins against Montana State-Billings, Colorado Christian and Colorado Mesa on Fri-- Continue reading

Mustang Softball Claims Two Huge Wins Saturday

Western New Mexico softball entered pod play on Saturday tied with their two opponents. Behind solid pitching and red hot bats, the Lady Stangs swept both games and pulled ahead of Colorado Christian-- Continue reading

Lady Mustang Golf Remains in 17th at Mustang Intercollegiate

Western New Mexico's women's golf team improved on their first day score, albeit by only 2 strokes, and finished the Mustang Intercollegiate in 17th place. The tournament was conducted at the Palm Val-- Continue reading

Mustang Men's Golf Rises in Rankings

WNMU men's golf team jumped from #23 to #21 in the latest Bushnell Golfweek Coaches D-II national poll. They also debuted at the #2 spot in the first NCAA South Central Region rankings that were relea-- Continue reading

Women's Golf Opens Mustang Intercollegiate

The Western New Mexico University women's golf team hosted the Mustang Intercollegiate Friday and is tied for 17th after the first round at the Palm Valley Golf Course.

WNMU posted a team 338 to end t-- Continue reading

Softball Drop First Two to Colorado Mesa

Colorado Mesa University rallied to take the first game in extra innings and then took the second game defeating the Western New Mexico University softball team, 10-8 (eight innings) and 10-3, Saturda-- Continue reading

Softball Splits Day Two Action With Mesa

Mikayla Austin kept Colorado Mesa University's offense in check through the first game to allow the Western New Mexico University softball team to win game one, 6-3. The Lady Mavericks came back to ga-- Continue reading

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