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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

Lady Mustangs Outmanned by MSU

Backed by solid all-around shooting, rebounding and points in the paint, Midwestern State University took an early lead and held it the rest of the way in defeating the Western New Mexico University w-- Continue reading

Mustangs Run into Buzz Saw Against Midwestern State

Midwestern State University liked to get it and go fast and they did that throughout the game Thursday night against the Western New Mexico University men’s basketball team as they cashed in 30 fastbrea-- Continue reading

Duo Paces WNMU Women at Texas Women's

Senior Jordan Gutierrez went for 17 points, while sophomore Megan Looney posted her second straight double-double with 16 points and 13 rebounds Thursday night. Despite the strong numbers, Texas Woman-- Continue reading

Lady Mustangs Fall to Greyhounds

Despite trailing the entire game, the Western New Mexico University women’s basketball team gave it their all before finally falling to Eastern New Mexico University, 80-67, in Lone Star Conference acti-- Continue reading

Mustangs & Greyhounds Battle to Final Buzzer

Although the rivalry hasn’t been played much over the years, it was prevalent from the opening tip on Tuesday night that this was going to be a back-and-forth fight. After taking a lead into halftime, t-- Continue reading

Lady Mustangs Drop Exhibition Contest at NMSU

New Mexico State University shot nearly 50 percent and led from the start in taking the 85-28 exhibition victory over the Western New Mexico University women's basketball team Saturday afternoon. The-- Continue reading

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