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Mustang Golf in 2nd at Cactus Thaw

The Western New Mexico University men’s golf team began the spring season like they do so many years hosting the Edward Jones’ Cactus Thaw! Through the first round, WNMU is second, while the WNMU “B” Tea-- Continue reading

WNMU Softball Scares Concordia Irvine

Concordia University Irvine came in with a 6-0 mark and the Western New Mexico University softball team took them right down to the wire before the Eagles squeaked out the 4-3 victory Sunday to conclu-- Continue reading

Miracle Shot Lifts Griffins Over Mustangs

1.1 seconds. It doesn’t sound like much, but it was plenty of time for Westminster College to pull off the improbable game-winning shot Saturday night against the Western New Mexico University men’s baske-- Continue reading

Lady Stang Rally Falls Just Short

Trailing by 17 early in the fourth quarter, the Western New Mexico University women’s basketball team began to mount a big rally that just fell short as Westminster College held on for the 66-60 Rocky M-- Continue reading

WNMU Softball Struggles on Day Two

The Western New Mexico University softball team ran into a pair of tough matchups on Saturday falling to Northwest Nazarene, 6-2, and to Azusa Pacific, 9-0, in five innings during day two of the Deser-- Continue reading

WNMU Softball Gets Pair of Wins Over Ranked Teams

It was a great day for the Western New Mexico University softball team as they got strong pitching from redshirt junior Domi Shone and freshman Tiana Salazar, along with clutch hits to take both games-- Continue reading

Furious First Half Not Enough for Men's Basketball

The energy was evident in the opening half for the Western New Mexico University men’s basketball team Friday night against Colorado Mesa University. Trailing by just five at the break, the Mavericks t-- Continue reading

Lady Stangs Come Up Short Against Colorado Mesa

It was a struggle for either team to make a basket throughout the night, but Colorado Mesa University made just enough to get past the Western New Mexico University women’s basketball team 55-43 Friday -- Continue reading

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