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CSU Pueblo & Colorado Mines Ranked High in AFCA Football Poll

CSU-Pueblo remained at its No. 10 spot, while Colorado Mines stayed put at No. 11 in the latest American Football Coaches Association Division II Coaches' Poll, which was released Monday.

Both the Thu-- Continue reading

#21 Mustangs Lead a Strong Field at Mustang Intercollegiate

With all five golfers within three-strokes of each other, the Western New Mexico University men's golf team is leading the talented field by three-strokes after the opening round of the WNMU Fall Inte-- Continue reading

WNMU Rich Named Volleyball Player of the Week in RMAC

Junior middle blocker Shannon Rich helped power the Western New Mexico University volleyball team to a 5-0 start in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference play and subsequently was named the RMAC Offensiv-- Continue reading

Glasmann Earns RMAC Player of the Week Honors

A record-breaking performance, along with a career-high in passing yards helped senior quarterback Mitch Glasmann earn Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week on Monday.

Glasma-- Continue reading

Lady Stang Volleyball Remains Undefeated in RMAC Play

The momentum and the match hung in the balance in the third set. With Black Hills State University holding a set point, the Western New Mexico University volleyball team fought off set point and won t-- Continue reading

Glasmann Breaks RMAC Record in Loss to #10 CSU Pueblo

WNMU QB Mitch Glasmann had a bittersweet day at the helm of the Mustang football team as he set the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference record for passing TD's but the Mustangs fell short against defen-- Continue reading

Mustang Golf Ranked #21 in National Poll

Heading into hosting the Western New Mexico University Fall Intercollegiate this coming Monday, the WNMU men’s golf team comes in ranked No. 21 in the latest Bushnell Golfweek Division II Coaches’ Poll th-- Continue reading

Western Volleyball Remains Atop RMAC Standings

With the offense turning in 45 kills and hitting .250, the Western New Mexico University volleyball team took control early and never looked back on their way to defeating South Dakota School of Mines-- Continue reading

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