Digging a hole

Loss to Mines leaves Mesa with no room for error at RMAC Tournament

Colorado Mesa coach Chris Hanks argues Thursday with the home plate umpire after Erik Kozel was called out on strikes in the ninth inning of the Mavs’ 6-4 loss to Colorado Mines at Suplizio Field. Hanks was ejected for arguing the call and the Mavs’ chances to win the RMAC tournament got a little tougher with the loss.



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Colorado Mesa coach Chris Hanks argues Thursday with the home plate umpire after Erik Kozel was called out on strikes in the ninth inning of the Mavs’ 6-4 loss to Colorado Mines at Suplizio Field. Hanks was ejected for arguing the call and the Mavs’ chances to win the RMAC tournament got a little tougher with the loss.

Colorado Mesa University’s baseball team made conference history during the regular season, but it didn’t matter in the conference tournament opener. NCAA Division II’s…




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