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Mustang Tennis Debuts at #25 in First National Poll

Following a strong showing during the fall season, the Western New Mexico University men’s tennis team is ranked 25th in the first ITA rankings of the year. Doubles duo redshirt junior Tristan Da Lio/ju-- Continue reading

Ayers Named LSC Receiver of the Year; Four Others Named to All Conference Team

Senior Xavier Ayers ended his career in style by being named the Lone Star Conference Receiver of the Year as the LSC All-Conference awards were released Friday. Joining him on the list was senior Zac-- Continue reading

Spivey Posts Third Double-Double in Loss Against NMHU

Sophomore Jordan Enriquez, junior Latrell Spivey and freshman Eddie Giron combined for 51 points, but it wasn’t quite enough as New Mexico Highlands University held off the Western New Mexico University-- Continue reading

Mataele Named to Lone Star Conference All Tournament Team

Junior Ashley Mataele was named to the Lone Star Conference All-Tournament Team Saturday for her performance in the match against Tarleton State.

Mataele came away with 16 digs in the match against th-- Continue reading

WNMU Volleyball Ousted in First Round of Playoffs

Despite Tarleton State, the two-seed in the Lone Star Conference Tournament, taking the 3-0 (23-25, 17-25, 21-25) victory over the seventh-seeded Western New Mexico University volleyball team, the Lad-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Downed by Hot Shooting UTEP

UTEP used a 27-0 run to start the game and never looked back as they defeated the Western New Mexico University women’s basketball team 93-46 Thursday night in exhibition action. The game was an exhibit-- Continue reading

Rich Named Lone Star Defensive Player of the Year

Rich Named Lone Star Defensive Player of the Year

Senior Shannon Rich kept the honors rolling in as she was tabbed as the Lone Star Conference Defensive Player of the Year, in addition to landing on the First-Team as the LSC conference awards were re-- Continue reading

Mustang Comeback Falls Short

After trailing the entire first half, the Western New Mexico University men’s basketball team finally took their first lead of the game midway through the second half before NAIA Embry Riddle responded -- Continue reading

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