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Mustang Men's Tennis Jumps to #33 Ranking Nationally

After collecting some impressive regional wins over nationally ranked St. Mary's and St. Edward's, the Western New Mexico University men's tennis team vaulted 15 spots to No. 33 in the latest ITA rank-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs and Tiurina Break Into Regional Rankings

Western New Mexico Women's tennis got a big win over Tarleton State propelling the team and the top player into the ITA South Central Regional rankings for the first time this season.

The Lady Stangs-- Continue reading

Mara Abbott is a Legend of the Gila

Mara Abbott is a Legend of the Gila

"2007, 2010, 2013, and 2014 all have her name in the record books as the overall winner. Mara Abbott knows how to win the Tour of the Gila."

The Boulder, CO native couldn't be a more approachable, kin-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs' Garner Another Player of the Week Honor

Freshman Mariangela Garcia became the next Lady Stang softball team member to be named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference's Player of the Week.

Garcia lit up the scoreboard as she hit at a .579 cl-- Continue reading

Mustang Runners Compete at University of Arizona

Four WNMU cross country team members made the short trip to Tucson last Friday to compete in the Willie Williams Classic track meet hosted by the University of Arizona.

In the women's 5000 meter run,-- Continue reading

Mustang Football Signs 35 Including 2 Cobre Indians

The Western New Mexico University football team announced the signings of 35 players to join the team for the 2015 season as announced by head coach Adam Clark. The list includes 23 players from Calif-- Continue reading

Former Mustang Lands Spot on Arizona Rattler Roster

By Mike Rowse

Having put up some of the top numbers of any receiver during the 2013 season, former Western New Mexico University football player Ronnell Pompey has landed a spot with the Arizona Rattl-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Sweep Black Hills for Fourth Win in a Row

By Mike Rowse

The offense kept rolling Sunday for the Western New Mexico University softball team as they recorded 24 runs to tally another sweep of Black Hills State University, 11-8 and 13-11, in RM-- Continue reading

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