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Amanda Perea, a shooting guard originally from La Cueva High School in Albuquerque, spent the past two seasons at Trinidad State Junior College in Trinidad, Colo., is set to join the Western New Mexico University women’s basketball team after signing a National Letter of Intent.
“Amanda is a lights out shooter that immediately draws attention and respect from defenders,” Head Coach Lauren Unger said. “She will be a critical piece to our offense moving forward and I am excited to see her in a Mustang uniform.”
Former WNMU standout linebacker Dominic Barry not only turned heads during his terrific playing career with the Mustangs, but also during a Pro Day workout at New Mexico State.
After showcasing his skills there in front of several NFL teams, he received a call from the Los Angeles Rams to attend their camp. He participated in that this past Saturday and hopes to continue his football career past Silver City.
Seven Western New Mexico University cross country runners competed at the Triton Invite that took place on the campus of UC San Diego.
Kayla Noriega, Elizabeth Beltran and Amy Farfan competed on the women's side, while Michael Anzures, Roberto Cota, Dorian Carrasco and Armondo Antonio competed on the men's side.
Western New Mexico University tennis players Vladimir Gnilozubov, Zachary Grabovic, Liam Fraboulet and Nadia Justiniano all earned Lone Star Conference Academic awards Thursday.
To be eligible for LSC academic honors, student-athletes must carry at least a 3.30 grade point average and have reached sophomore status both athletically and academically. The Academic Player of Year award and All-Academic Team are selected from the list of academically qualified players, with the league's sports information directors voting on the basis of both academic and athletic achievement.
Dust, strong winds and unusually cold weather swarmed through the final Grand Canyon region rodeo April 13-14. The New Mexico State University rodeo team brought its game faces to the last rodeo in Socorro, New Mexico, which determined the top three finalists who advance to the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyoming, in June.
Junior Yasmeen Gastelum drove in the first run of the game for the Lady Mustangs and then added a solo home run as the Western New Mexico University softball team once again ran into a hot-hitting No. 7 Texas A&M-Commerce squad that won the series finale 18-3 Saturday in Lone Star Conference play.
Gastelum finished the day 2-3 as she drove in a run with a single in the fourth and picked up her third home run of the season in the sixth.
Following a scoreless first inning, Texas A&M-Commerce (35-5, 20-4 LSC) turned up the offense in the second when they plated seven runs on three hits, with the big blow being a grand slam by Kinsie Hebler. Hebler had a weekend to remember with 11 hits, five home runs and 19 RBI.
The Western New Mexico University women’s tennis team made it a tough challenge for No. 38 Texas A&M-Kingsville as the Lady Mustangs played inspired throughout the day and came close to pulling out the win before the Javelinas held on for the 7-2 Lone Star Conference victory Saturday.
It was senior day for the lone season on the team in Jeanne Kolb. The three men’s seniors were also honored after the match that included Vladimir Gnilozubov, Pablo Santibanez and Zachary Grabovic.
Junior Ariana Maldonado picked up hits in both games to keep her hitting streak alive, now up to 15 games. No. 7 Texas A&M-Commerce proved why their tied for the top spot in the conference as they picked up a pair of run-rule wins 22-3 and 18-4 Friday in Lone Star Conference action.
Maldonado tallied a single in game one and then added a home run in game two. WNMU (4-37, 2-21 LSC) picked up seven hits in the opener with redshirt freshman Alicia Habitzreuther going 2-3. Junior Yasmeen Gastelum drove in all three runs when she launched a three-run homer in the fourth.
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