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Fred Jacoby Honorees Announced by Lone Star Conference

Angelo State’s Kami Norton and Texas A&M-Commerce’s Turner Pool were selected as the 2017 Lone Star Conference Fred Jacoby Academic Athletes of the Year. The awards were announced Tuesday following a -- Continue reading

WNMU Athletes Honored by Lone Star Conference

The Lone Star Conference announced their annual Scholar-Athlete Award winners on Monday, with seniors Harry Wetton and Bobbi Pierson taking home the honors for Western New Mexico University.

Each acad-- Continue reading

WNMU to Hold Girls and Boys Basketball Camps

The Western New Mexico University basketball programs will be holding a girls and boys camp July 10-13.

Campers will have the chance to either enroll in the Division I camp (ages 5-7) or the Division-- Continue reading

Lonestar Conference Names New Site for Basketball Championships

The Lone Star Conference and the City of Frisco announced Wednesday an agreement that moves the LSC Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championship tournaments to Dr Pepper Arena in Frisco, Texas, beginning in -- Continue reading

Lady Stang Volleyball Inks Two Recruits

Deyzha Samuelu and Naomi Dalley added their names to join the Western New Mexico University volleyball team for the 2017 season as announced by head coach Jim Callender.

Samuelu, a 6-foot-3 middle hit-- Continue reading

Two Mustangs Named All Americans

Junior Vladimir Gnilozubov and senior Harry Wetton were each named to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-American At-Large Third-Team on Thursday.Both advanced t-- Continue reading

Mustang Basketball Adds Three for Next Season

A trio of new players signed on to join the Western New Mexico University men’s basketball team for the 2017-18 season as announced by head coach Matt Enriquez.

All three players will be transferring-- Continue reading

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

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