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Lone Star Preview: Midwestern State University

Each semester, nearly 6,000 students take advantage of the academic excellence at Midwestern State University. WNMU will not be the only team with a Mustang mascot competing in the Lone Star Conferenc-- Continue reading

Lone Star Preview - Cameron University Aggies

Cameron University’s history is rooted in Oklahoma’s statehood. In 1908, one year after Oklahoma became a state, the Oklahoma Legislature created six agricultural high schools in each judicial district. C-- Continue reading

Copper Signs With WNMU Basketball

Western New Mexico University Head Men's Basketball Coach Matt Enriquez announced the recent addition of Tyshaun Copper (Brooklyn, N.Y./Brooklyn Collegiate Prep School) to the roster.

Copper joins Lat-- Continue reading

Senior Olympics of Grant County 2016 State Medal Winners

Frisbee Accuracy Throw:

75-79 Jose Hurtado Second Place

Huachas (Men)
65-69 Mario Quintana Third Place
70-74 Fidel Quintana First Place
75-79 Jose Hurtado First Place
Edmundo Casares Second Place

Huachas-- Continue reading

What is the Lone Star Conference?

On July 1, WNMU athletics officially became a member of the Lone Star Athletic Conference (LSC) leaving the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference behind. Many fans are not familiar with the LSC although-- Continue reading

Lone Star Pre-Season Football Poll Revealed

Texas A&M-Commerce was picked to repeat as the Lone Star Conference football champions according to the 2016 LSC preseason poll announced Thursday.

The league's preseason poll reflects the opinion-- Continue reading

Orrego Joins WNMU Lady Stang Basketball as Assistant Coach

Western New Mexico University Head Women’s Basketball Coach Lauren Unger is pleased to announce the recent hiring of her assistant coach Liseth Orrego.

“I am beyond blessed and thrilled to announce Coac-- Continue reading

Lone Star Conference Announces Academic Excellence Awards

Lone Star Conference Announces Academic Excellence Awards

The WNMU Mustangs have officially joined the Lone Star Athletic Conference as of July 1, 2016. The Mustangs have been competing in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference for the past several years. Th-- Continue reading

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