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Mesa women’s hoops team adds several backcourt players

By Patti Arnold

He’s still waiting on a post player — or two or three — but Colorado Mesa women’s basketball coach Taylor Wagner now has a stockpile of good-sized talent in the backcourt in this year’s recruiting class. After ...


Metro’s Gallacher wins Mesa Spring Invite in playoff

By Patti Arnold

Championships were not meant to be settled on paper. So when Metro State teammates Cha Cha Willhoite and Nathalie Gallacher did the math Tuesday after the second round of the Maverick Spring Invitational at the Golf Club at Redlands Mesa, ...


Just try to keep it together

By Dale Shrull

Taylor Walters had a really good round in the middle. But it was the start and finish that tormented the Colorado Mesa sophomore. Walters finished with a 78 to lead CMU after Monday’s first round of the Maverick Spring Invitational at ...


Seniors set the tone

By Dale Shrull

It was a day for the seniors on Senior Day. In the second game of the Colorado Mesa softball team’s doubleheader sweep over Fort Lewis College, all four seniors on the Mavericks’ roster made an impact. CMU (29-16, 25-6 RMAC) beat ...

No. 1 Mavs clinch spot in RMAC tournament

By Staff

It’s not as if it were ever in doubt once the top-ranked Colorado Mesa baseball team rattled off 21 straight wins this season, but Sunday, the Mavericks clinched a spot in the RMAC baseball tournament with a 14-9 victory at Regis. The ...

Bats lift Mesa to DH sweep of Fort Lewis

By Patti Arnold

Rachel Boothe pumped her fist as she rounded first base Saturday evening, celebrating her second home run of the day. Nothing like seniors hitting home runs on senior weekend. Boothe’s fourth home run of the season sparked Colorado ...


Mavericks split DH with Regis

By Staff

It’s been a different guy just about every game for the top-ranked Colorado Mesa baseball team. In a doubleheader split with Regis on Saturday, it was freshman Bligh Madris’ turn. Madris went 4 for 5 with three doubles and drove ...


Going deep

By Patti Arnold

Every football team subscribes to the “bigger, stronger, faster” theory. Colorado Mesa football coach Russ Martin adds one must-have: Deeper. The Mavericks spent the winter in the weight room getting bigger and stronger. They ...


Mavs’ Fife has a day

By Staff

Alex Fife didn’t take one round of batting practice all week. His swing Friday, though, was just fine. The Colorado Mesa junior right fielder hit for the cycle and reached base all six times he went to the plate in the top-ranked ...

Recruiting the focus for Mavs’ Shantz and Wagner

By Patti Arnold

The offseason doesn’t mean time off in any college sport. Basketball coaches are in the home stretch of recruiting season, with the signing period beginning April 15 and running until Aug. 1. Colorado Mesa coaches Andy Shantz and ...

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