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Lady Stangs Fall to #18 Mines Friday Night

Despite a .246 hitting percentage and coming close in every set, it wouldn’t be enough against No. 18 Colorado School of Mines Friday night as the Orediggers took the 3-0 (25-20, 26-24, 25-23) Rocky Mou-- Continue reading

4-H Shooting Sports Youth Bags record Bull Elk with Rifle at Fort Bayard, NM Youth-Only Hunt

Saturday morning, October 10, 2015 Xavier Koury seized the opportunity given him by taking a trophy elk on Game Management Unit 24 at Fort Bayard. (Courtesy Photo)

Xavier is the 12-year-old son of Mic-- Continue reading

Mustangs Can't Corral Ekeler in RMAC Loss

Despite 526 yards of offense by the Western New Mexico University football, Austin Ekeler was too much to handle for the Western State Colorado University Mountaineers as he went for 344 rushing yards-- Continue reading

#21 Mustang Golf Makes Move at UTEP Invitational

The No. 21 Western New Mexico University men’s golf team continues to make their climb towards the top at the Price’s Give ‘Em Five. Following the second round on Saturday, the Mustangs fired the third-lowe-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Split Weekend Action

Although the Western New Mexico University volleyball team was close in each set, they couldn’t quite break through as the Regis University Rangers claimed the 3-0 (25-22, 25-20, 28-26) Rocky Mountain A-- Continue reading

Mustang Golf Starts Strong at UTEP Invitational

Searching to find their stroke over the past few tournaments, everything clicked during the first round Friday for the No. 21 Western New Mexico University men’s golf team. Going against another loaded -- Continue reading

Lady Mustang Volleyball Gets Back on Winning Track

The home cooking has been good to the Western New Mexico University volleyball team all season and it continued Friday night as the Lady Mustangs rolled to a sweep over Chadron State College (25-22, 2-- Continue reading

Lady Mustang Basketball Tabbed 10th in RMAC Preseason Poll

The Western New Mexico University women's basketball team was selected to finish 10th in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Preseason Coaches' Poll. The ranking comes on the heels of the Lady Must-- Continue reading

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