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RMAC Tournament Champions Crowned

First times reigned during the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Basketball Championships resulting in two teams earning their first ever Shootout Championships and automatic bids to the NCAA DII Tou-- Continue reading

Western Tennis Teams Win at Home

By Mike Rowse

With one final home match on the schedule before hitting the road for spring break, the Western New Mexico University tennis teams competed against New Mexico Military Institute Thursday-- Continue reading

WNMU's Hill Named RMAC Golfer of the Week

WNMU's Calum Hill was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference's Golfer of the Week for his strong play in two tournaments over the past week and a half.

Hill posted rounds of 71-68 as he lead the-- Continue reading

Let the Games Begin

Seeking some healthy competition? Looking to meet people your age? Calling all active adults over fifty, the 2015 Grant County Senior Olympic games will begin soon.

If you will be fifty years old befo-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Place Two on All RMAC Team

By Mike Rowse

Seniors RaTanya Newsome and Ashley Mitchell were named to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Second-Team as announced by the conference office Tuesday.

Newsome has been amongst the R-- Continue reading

WNMU's Scott Named to Honorable Mention RMAC Squad

By Mike Rowse

Senior Terrez Scott capped off his final season by being named Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference honorable mention as announced by the conference office Tuesday.

Scott finished the seas-- Continue reading

Mustang Tennis at Home Thursday

By Mike Rowse

Following a trip to Albuquerque in which weather caused the men's tennis team to only be able to play one match and none for the women's tennis team, WNMU returns home this Thursday to h-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Fall in First Round of RMAC Tourney

By Mike Rowse

Although the season came to an end Tuesday, the Western New Mexico University women's basketball team set many records that hadn't been reached for years and they tried to reach another-- Continue reading

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