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Hill Caps Outstanding Career With Second Place Finish at NCAA Championships

Apparently the first two rounds of three-under par weren’t quite good enough for senior Calum Hill. If it was even possible going in, he found a way to break those numbers by going five-under Thursday f-- Continue reading

Hill Continues Strong Play at NCAA Championships

Senior Calum Hill utilized under-par scores on both the front and back-nine to lift him to another 69 Wednesday during the second round of the NCAA Championships at the par 72, 7,327 yard Green Valley-- Continue reading

WNMU's Hill Off to Strong Start at NCAA Championships

Senior Calum Hill posted an error free opening round of the NCAA Championships Tuesday firing a three-under 69 at the Green Valley Ranch Golf Course.

Hill was consistent once again, following his tren-- Continue reading

Hill Named to PING First Team All Region Team, Again

Senior Calum Hill made it two straight years in which his name was among the top in the region as he was selected to the PING First-Team All-South Central Region squad Monday.

Hill from Kinross, Scotl-- Continue reading

WNMU Golf Team Falls Just Short: Hill Advances to NCAA Nationals

Edge of your seat was an understatement for the excitement that took place at the West/South Central Super Regional Wednesday at the NMSU Golf Course. The No. 26 Western New Mexico University men’s golf-- Continue reading

WNMU Golf Moves Up at NCAA Regional in Round Two

Posting a round more typical of the No. 26 Western New Mexico University men’s golf team on Tuesday, the Mustangs carded a 289 to climb to within six-strokes of one of the five spots to advance to Natio-- Continue reading

WNMU Golf in Contention at NCAA Regional Tournament

Senior Calum Hill, junior Harry Wetton and senior Daniel Young all finished within two-strokes of each other to help the No. 26 Western New Mexico University golf team during the first round of the We-- Continue reading

WNMU Softball Places Two on All RMAC Team

Sophomore Mariangela Garcia and Senior Alicia Enriquez were named to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference honorable mention squad as the teams were announced Tuesday.

Garcia, from Tucson, Ariz., had-- Continue reading

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