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Kasel stands strong for Mavs

By Patti Arnold

On a night when its leading scorer was having a tough time getting anything to fall, the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball players leaned on one another. Namely, Laurel Kasel. The junior guard was assigned the task of guarding ...


Bouncing back well

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa’s men’s basketball players didn’t get down on themselves the day after a tough loss. Instead, the Mavericks were angry and ready to prove themselves. “We wanted to make sure we didn’t drop two in a ...

CMU diver Jennings makes a splash in dual

By Staff

Amanda Jennings set pool and school records Saturday in Colorado Mesa’s women’s swimming and diving dual at El Pomar Natatorium. The Colorado Mesa senior scored 464.54 points for 11 dives on the 1-meter board to break her previous ...

Mesa club hockey team has grown in past four years

By Dale Shrull

Phil Flink glides down the ice, scooting past defenders. Fluid, smooth, polished skating ability. The puck dances on his stick like a water drop on a hot skillet. He spots an opening, and with a flick of the wrist, the scoreboard changes ...


The girl goalie

By Dale Shrull

Amanda Nold seemed as lonely as a hermit as she minded the net. But suddenly she had to flip the switch when an opposing forward snagged the puck and was zipping toward her. Nold slapped her stick flat to the ice and dropped to her knees as ...


A 3-for-all

By Patti Arnold

Run the floor. Run the floor. Run the floor. It’s preached in every Colorado Mesa women’s basketball practice and game. So, when Erin Reichle grabbed a defensive rebound Friday night and sprinted down the floor, with three Metro ...


Coming up short

By Allen Gemaehlich

Julian Vasquez had the ball with a chance for another buzzer-beating, game-winning shot. This time, though, the Colorado Mesa junior guard turned the basketball over while trying to split a double team. Metro State ran out the last second of ...

Mesa wrestlers win 11th straight dual

By Staff

Colorado Mesa’s wrestling team rallied from an early deficit to roll to its 11th consecutive dual victory. The 19th-ranked Mavericks won seven consecutive matches after losing two of the first three Thursday night to defeat Colorado ...

Mesa men hope to continue winning ways

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa’s men’s basketball team was hoping to pick up where it left off when it returned to action after the Christmas break. Instead, Ryan Stephan sprained his left foot and missed the first two games against Colorado ...

CMU wrestling team rolls past Adams State

By Staff

Colorado Mesa recorded three pins, three decisions and won two forfeits to roll to a 39-7 victory over Adams State on Wednesday night in Alamosa. It was the Mavericks’ first victory over Adams State since 2012 and only the second time ...

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