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Mavs in it to win it

By Allen Gemaehlich

Kylee Davis and Shannen McNamara played a role in helping the Colorado Mesa women’s tennis team to the NCAA Division II national tournament two years ago. This year, the seniors hope to lead the Mavericks back to the NCAA tournament, ...



By Dale Shrull

The Colorado Mesa University cycling team’s quest to be the best in road racing will be on full display this weekend. The Maverick Classic, which also serves as the Rocky Mountain Collegiate Cycling Conference Regional Championships, ...


Mesa sweeps Metro: ‘The Pit’ plays big role in win

By Allen Gemaehlich

The early morning rain dampened the field, but it didn’t dampen the spirits of “The Pit.” The group of mostly Hawaiian Colorado Mesa University students, who call themselves “The Pit” showed up again Sunday ...

Weather does not stop Mesa

By Staff

Not even rain, a little hail or snow could stop the Colorado Mesa softball team. After a 47-minute rain-turned hail-turned snowstorm, the Mavericks offense exploded for seven runs immediately after play resumed to finish off a four-game sweep ...


Late rally lifts Maverick lacrosse to win

By Dale Shrull

Trailing 6-3, no problem. Down 7-4, no big deal. An 8-6 deficit with less than 10 minutes to play, still confident. A dramatic 9-8 win for Colorado Mesa University over Dominican — priceless. The CMU men’s lacrosse team, battled ...


Whatever it takes to win

By Allen Gemaehlich

The bullpen remained sharp and the offense produced enough runs Saturday for the Colorado Mesa baseball team to remain undefeated at home. The 20th-ranked Mavericks swept Metro State 10-3 and 2-1 in a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference ...


Pitching + hitting = sweep

By Dale Shrull

When Jessica Severinsen wasn’t popping the glove with fastballs from the pitching circle Saturday, she was popping pitches over the fence for home runs. The Colorado Mesa senior was a menacing force in the Mavericks’ RMAC softball ...


The Mav with a plan

By Patti Arnold

One Saturday in February, Tom Spicer watched the sun rise on Grand Mesa. He had lunch — a burger from the concession stand — at Suplizio Field. A few hours later, he was visiting with boosters in one of the suites at Brownson Arena ...

9-run first helps Mavs top Metro

By Allen Gemaehlich

A good start was enough. The 20th-ranked Colorado Mesa baseball team broke loose in the first inning Friday night, scoring nine runs and rolling to a 13-4 victory over Metro State at Suplizio Field. The Mavericks (24-8, 18-5 RMAC) improved to ...

Mavs cruise to easy women’s lacrosse win

By Staff

Fourteen players scored at least one goal to lead Colorado Mesa to an 18-4 victory over Rockhurst (Mo.) University in RMAC women’s lacrosse Thursday in Kansas City, Mo. Ashley Eickhoff, Kacie Jay, Zoe Aldous and Rachel Lyall each scored ...

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