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Lady Stang Golfers Honored

Bobbi Pierson added Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Academic Golfer of the Year, having already earned the Summit Award as the academic teams were released Thursday. Adrianna Grijalva joined Pierso-- Continue reading

Mustang Tennis Earns More Post Season Awards

Alvaro Nunez and Omar Lopez each were named to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Academic First-Team as the conference awards were announced Thursday. Tristan Da Lio and Sascha Brechtel were name-- Continue reading

Four Lady Stangs Earn RMAC Honors

Ganna Tiurina added her third straight Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Academic Player of the Year honor, after already collecting Player of the Year as the conference academic awards were released-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Drop Marathon Contest in RMAC Tournament

Twelve innings in, the game was still tied. The Western New Mexico University softball team played a marathon 13 innings against Regis University in the second round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Con-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Softball Moves on to Round 2 of RMAC Tourney

Behind a one-hit shutout performance by Mikayla Austin (Florence, AZ/Florence ) and a three RBI game by Thailyza Ramirez (Carlsbad, NM/Carlsbad), the Western New Mexico University softball team rolled-- Continue reading

WNMU to Leave RMAC; Will Join Lone Star Conference

WNMU has been a member of the RMAC on two different occasions, joining in 1967 along with 9 other schools. WNMU left the RMAC in 1990 but returned to the conference in 2006. Western teams have been ve-- Continue reading

No Regrets Basketball

No Regrets Basketball

Members of the Pee Wee Boys Division are Coach James Guck, Zion Guck, Julian Richard, Brian Kartchner, Zavin Guck, and Coach Scrappy Richard.

Members of the Girls Division championship team are (left-- Continue reading

Lady Stang Tennis Faces St. Mary's in NCAA Regionals

Following a one-year absence, the Western New Mexico University women's tennis team is returning to postseason play after receiving the fourth seed in the South Central Region and will face top seed S-- Continue reading

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