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Back on the field

By Patti Arnold

Brad Gillis went to a Colorado Mesa football game last fall. He left after one quarter. “I couldn’t stand it, it brought back memories and made me feel terrible about myself,” he said. “That’s when I knew I had ...


The set-up man

By Patti Arnold

Feed the beast. It’s a role Moshe Perez cherishes, being the set-up man to Roy Abergil, the second-leading goal scorer in Division II men’s soccer. “I guess it’s just me. Growing up, I was always rather helping out ...


The right pieces

By Patti Arnold

It was on the to-do list when Jason Clare took over the Colorado Mesa women’s soccer program three years ago. Make the RMAC tournament. Check. After winning one game his first season, then four last fall, the Mavericks, despite playing ...


Mesa cycling team boasts two national champions

By Jon Mitchell

Patric Rostel and Brian Flaherty talked prior to last weekend’s USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships about how Colorado Mesa University’s cycling team took its lumps last year in its first year competing at ...


Edwards shakes off fall to lead Mavs to win

By Patti Arnold

No player likes to get hurt. MacKenzie Edwards simply gets mad. At herself. “It’s funny, when I get hurt I get mad at myself for getting hurt, so I make myself suck it up and play better,” the sophomore outside hitter for ...

Dixie State officially joins RMAC

By Patti Arnold

Adding Dixie State University as an affiliate member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference in football was only the first step. Dixie will become the 16th member of the conference in the 2018-19 school year, voted in Tuesday by the ...

Mavs need hot streak to reach postseason

By Patti Arnold

In order to finish business, it’s clear what needs to happen for the Colorado Mesa football team. The Mavericks must win their final three games and hope at least three teams stumble down the stretch. Colorado Mesa (6-2) is No. 10 in ...


Tann’s 7 TDs, Salum’s pace lift Mavs to win

By Patti Arnold

Fastbreak football. Eystin Salum’s role is to inject some energy into the Colorado Mesa offense, and that’s what he did Saturday night, literally racing to the line of scrimmage, even after he broke off a 74-yard run. The rest of ...

Chapman leads Mavs at regional

By Staff

Alexia Chapman led the Colorado Mesa women’s cross-country team with an 11th-place finish Saturday in the RMAC Championships in Spearfish, South Dakota. Chapman finished the 6-kilometer course in 23 minutes, 11.66 seconds, leading the ...


‘Roll’ with it

By Patti Arnold

Russ Martin remembers when he was playing football and a player would get “dinged.” “They’d snap those ammonia capsules and kind of wake you up and they’d hold up a couple of fingers. You might be wrong … ...

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