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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

Lady Stang Basketball Drops First Contest of the Season

The end of a road trip certainly didn’t bother Fort Lewis College at the start of the game Monday night as they outscored the Western New Mexico University women’s basketball team by 16 points over the fi-- Continue reading

Mustang Basketball Faces Embry Riddle and NMHU

A quick trip to Prescott awaits the Western New Mexico University men’s basketball team this Wednesday, before closing the week with in-state rival New Mexico Highlands on Friday night at 6 p.m. inside -- Continue reading

WNMU Softball to Hold Camp

The Western New Mexico University softball team will be holding a camp in early December at the WNMU Softball Field.

The Skills Camp will take place Saturday, Dec. 4 and is open to any age group from-- Continue reading

Women's Basketball Stays With Arizona

Head Coach Lauren Unger and the new-look Western New Mexico University women’s basketball team put up a strong fight against Division I Arizona Tuesday night in exhibition play before the Wildcats event-- Continue reading

Lady Mustang Volleyball Drops Contest to Eastern New Mexico

Eastern New Mexico University came away with a big rally to claim the first set and eventually held off a furious run by the Western New Mexico University volleyball team to claim the 3-1 (23-25, 18-2-- Continue reading

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