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WNMU Men's Tennis Duo Ranked #7 in NCAA

Following a season in which they claimed the ITA South Central Region doubles title and finished third at the Oracle Cup, redshirt junior Tristan Da Lio and junior Vladimir Gnilozubov finished seventh-- Continue reading

Woodard and Narkon Named to WNMU Hall of Fame

Scott Woodard and Liz Narkon will be inducted into the Western New Mexico University Athletic Hall of Fame this fall during the Homecoming festivities on September 23.

Woodard spent 20 years at WNMU a-- Continue reading

Three Mustangs Earn All District Honors

Seniors Bobbi Pierson and Harry Wetton, along with junior Vladimir Gnilozubov were all named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District Team Thursday.

Pierson holds a 4.0 GPA and is majoring in kinesiology.-- Continue reading

Corliss resigns as WNMU softball coach

Angela Corliss resigned as the Head Coach of the Western New Mexico University softball program effective at the end of May as announced by Director of Athletics Mark Coleman. The search for her repla-- Continue reading

WNMU Football to hold Summer Camps

The Western New Mexico University football team will hold several camps throughout the west and southwest region this summer.

The Mustangs will first visit Arizona with a camp on June 4 in Tucson star-- Continue reading

Lady Stang Basketball Signs Carrasco

Ashton Carrasco, originally from El Paso, is the latest to sign with the Western New Mexico University women’s basketball team as announced by Head Coach Lauren Unger.

“We are thrilled that Ashton will -- Continue reading

Banuelos Named Coach of the Year in NCAA South Central Region

After leading the Western New Mexico University men's tennis team to their highest ranking in program history, Head Coach Yair Banuelos was named the Wilson/ITA South Central Region Coach of the Year.-- Continue reading

WNMU Women's Basketball Signs Washington High Schooler

Rachel Francisco, an incoming freshman that played at Holy Names Academy in Seattle, Wash., will be joining the Western New Mexico University women's basketball program for the 2017-18 season as annou-- Continue reading

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