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Women's Tennis Drops Two in Arizona

The Western New Mexico University women’s tennis team closed out the trip against Mesa Community College and former Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference rival Colorado Mesa. The Lady Mustangs fell to Mesa-- Continue reading

Mustang Tennis Dominates Colorado Mesa

Following a tough 5-3 win against Mesa Community College, the No. 25 Western New Mexico University men’s tennis team cruised to a 9-0 win against former Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference rival Colorado-- Continue reading

Lady Mustangs Golf at CBU Invitational

Senior Bobbi Pierson fired an 81 and has the Western New Mexico University women’s golf team in a tie for 13th following an opening round 332 at the Cal Baptist University Invitational that took place M-- Continue reading

WNMU Men's Golf Starts Strong at St. Mary's Invite

The Western New Mexico University men’s golf team is beginning to take shape and returning to form from years past, as the Mustangs are within striking distance after opening the St. Mary’s Invitational w-- Continue reading

WNMU Softball Edged by ENMU

Entering the day, the teams still had some unfinished business from the day before. With Eastern New Mexico leading 8-6 heading into the bottom of the seventh when darkness postponed play until Saturd-- Continue reading

Gutierrez' 30 Can't Power Lady Mustangs Past Midwestern State

Senior Jordan Gutierrez continues to pile up the 30-point games as she put together her third of the season scoring 32 against Midwestern State. That helped keep the Western New Mexico University wome-- Continue reading

Mustangs Fall Just Short at Midwestern State

The Western New Mexico University men’s basketball team couldn’t miss through the first 20 minutes and in the process they piled up 44 points and shot 48 percent to trail by just two at halftime. Midweste-- Continue reading

Lady Mustangs Rally Late: Game Called Due to Darkness

With darkness setting in, the Western New Mexico University softball team was trying to beat not only Eastern New Mexico, but also sunlight during the second game. The Lady Mustangs got back to within-- Continue reading

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