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Mustang Basketball Concludes Exhibition Season

The Mustang basketball team made the quick trip down to Las Cruces Monday night for the final game of their exhibition season against D-I New Mexico State University. The Aggies made quick work of the-- Continue reading

Mustang Football Loses Heartbreaker

By Michael Rowse

Following a touchdown early in the third quarter, the Western New Mexico University football team held an 18-point lead. Chadron State College then rallied scoring 35 points in the se-- Continue reading

WNMU Cross Country Vies at RMAC Championships

By Michael Rowse

The Western New Mexico University cross country teams competed in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Championships Saturday with the men placing 13th and the women 15th.

On the me-- Continue reading

Lady Stang VB Concludes Season on Road

By Michael Rowse

Needing a win in order to continue their season, the Western New Mexico University volleyball team wasn't able to come back against Colorado State University-Pueblo as the Lady Thunde-- Continue reading

Border Golf Winners Score for Silver City

Border Golf Winners Score for Silver City

Photo (left ot right): Linda Warnack-Boucher whose team captured 1st place; Dagmar Lane; and Wilma Nelson, whose team was in 2nd place. 

A rainy day at Sonoma Ranch Golf Course awaited the three ladie-- Continue reading

Lady Stang Volleyball Drops Road Contest

By Michael Rowse

Western State Colorado University hit over .300 percent in the first set and carried that over for the rest of the match as they defeated the Western New Mexico University volleyball-- Continue reading

Stang Basketball Battles with Grand Canyon

WNMU men's basketball continued their exhibition season with a trip to Phoenix and a match up with Division I Grand Canyon University. The Stangs were able to stay with the Lopes for a half but the de-- Continue reading

Lady Stang Softball Hosts Clinic

The WNMU softball team will be holding a camp this weekend at the softball field on the campus of Western New Mexico. The camp is open to ages 11 and up at a cost of $30 for the first player and $20 f-- Continue reading

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