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National organization speaks to Mesa athletes

By Matt Meyer

If you can play, you can play. A national nonprofit for inclusion in sports — including lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender athletes — spoke to hundreds of varsity athletes and coaches at Colorado Mesa University on ...

Mesa picked second as volleyball practice opens

By Patti Arnold

As volleyball practice began Monday morning at Colorado Mesa, the Mavericks were picked to finish second in the RMAC by the conference coaches. The Mavericks, who went 19-12 (14-4 RMAC) and finished second in the RMAC tournament last season, ...

Sports Briefs, Aug. 12, 2016

By Staff

Men’s Soccer Abergil, Guarneri each given RMAC’s top preseason award Colorado Mesa University’s Roy Abergil was selected the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference preseason player of the year and teammate Briley Guarneri was ...


‘Keep pushing’

By Patti Arnold

Matthew Maestas was hanging on with every ounce of his considerable strength. The 6-foot-1, 260-pound redshirt freshman defensive lineman on the Colorado Mesa football team is strong as a bull, and he was not about to drop his cargo. That ...

RMAC coaches pick Mavs second

By Patti Arnold

COLORADO SPRINGS — New Fort Lewis College football coach Ed Rifilato perhaps said it best when addressing the new 10-game Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference football schedule: “Having (11) teams in this league is really, really, ...



By Patti Arnold

COLORADO SPRINGS — They were photo-bombed by the conference commissioner, poked good-natured fun at teammates and each other, and generally enjoyed a rare pressure-free football road trip. In only 10 days, the Colorado Mesa University ...


Mavs’ Milo selected RMAC preseason defensive player of the year

By Patti Arnold

When William Milo isn’t working — or working out — this summer, he’s working. The nose tackle for the Colorado Mesa University football team is working just as hard in the classroom this summer as he is in the weight ...

Mesa hires Kozel as assistant softball coach

By Staff

Colorado Mesa University head softball coach Ben Garcia announced Monday that Erik Kozel has been hired as the team’s new assistant coach. Kozel replaces Mercedes Lovato, who resigned in the spring to pursue opportunities outside of ...


Stephan signs pro deal with Tokyo team

By Patti Arnold

Ryan Stephan had an offer to play professional basketball in Croatia and was looking over the contract when his agent told him to put down his pen. “He told me ‘Don’t sign anything, I’m expecting this Japan offer to ...

1982, 1983 Mesa FB teams will be enshrined in RMAC Hall of Fame

By Staff

The first Mesa College football team coached by Bob Cortese got beat up nearly every week. The Mavericks won only three games in 1980. Then they went to work. Two years later, Mesa was the team beating up on everyone else, dominating the ...

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