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WNMU Football Features Six Home Games on 2017 Schedule

For the first time since Adam Clark became Head Coach in 2010 will the Western New Mexico University football team have six home games on the slate. That will be the case for the upcoming 2017 schedul-- Continue reading

Ayers and Vargas Named to All Super Region Four Team

Senior wide receiver Xavier Ayers and freshman kicker/punter Tyler Vargas were named to the Don Hansen All-Super Region Four Team this week. This is the second straight year for Ayers to land on the l-- Continue reading

Lady Mustangs Can't Stay With #6 Angelo State

Facing the highest-ranked team in the Lone Star Conference, the Western New Mexico University women’s basketball team ran into a buzz saw Thursday night with No. 11 Angelo State claiming the 105-52 vict-- Continue reading

Rams Pull Away From Mustangs Late

Backed by strong games from senior Emery Range, junior Latrell Spivey and sophomore Jordan Enriquez, the Western New Mexico University men’s basketball team stayed close with Angelo State as long as the-- Continue reading

WNMU Volleyball to Hold Open Tryouts

The Western New Mexico University volleyball team will be holding open tryouts on Saturday, February 4 and Saturday, March 4 at 10 a.m.

The tryout is open to high school seniors (graduating 2017) and-- Continue reading

Lady Mustangs Can't Stay With Cameron

Following a slow start in which the Western New Mexico University women's basketball team was in a 10-point hole, they worked their way back into the contest to trail by just two at halftime. Cameron-- Continue reading

Mustangs Strong Start Not Enough

Shots were falling and the defense was suffocating and in turn the Western New Mexico University men’s basketball team held a halftime lead. Cameron University found their legs in the second half to com-- Continue reading

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