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Pearo cherishes winning title in his hometown

By Dale Shrull

Cyrus Pearo and three cycling buddies edged away from the pack and never looked back. Well, Pearo looked back a few times as the finish line approached but he was determined to not get caught, and he wasn’t. The 2011 Grand Junction ...


Herring is all but unhittable

By Staff

Kimbri Herring would probably like to have one pitch back, but when you give up a base hit in the first inning, you really don’t think about what’s to come. In hindsight, though… After CSU-Pueblo’s Gabby Moreno ...



By Patti Arnold

It wasn’t a record night, but then again, it was. Colorado Mesa’s baseball team fell just short of its own NCAA Division II regular-season attendance mark of 5,172 on Friday night, drawing 4,022 on a chilly night at Suplizio ...

Miller offers a $12,000 scholarship match to CMU football

By Patti Arnold

Mark Miller played on one of the best football teams in Colorado Mesa history. He wants the Mavericks to continue their success, and he’s willing to put up some significant money to make it happen. Miller, the general manager of Ed ...


Terrific teamwork

By Dale Shrull

Four riders working as one, working as hard as possible. That’s what the team time trial is all about at the USA Cycling Collegiate National Championships. Racing on a wind-swept 32K (19.9 miles) course at Glade Park, conditions were ...


Fielding a big part of Mesa softball team’s success this season

By Patti Arnold

From the day Ben Garcia was hired as the Colorado Mesa softball coach, he preached one thing: Defense. The Mavericks have always been able to hit, and this season is no different — Mesa leads the nation in team batting average at .384, ...


Put me in, Skip

By Patti Arnold

To be a championship baseball team, you need to be good at all three phases. Colorado Mesa’s checklist: Pitching. The Mavericks’ staff has a conference-leading 3.33 ERA, more than two points higher than any other team in the ...


Para-cyclists deal with weather in national championships

By Dale Shrull

A hand-cyclist groaned as he rolled toward the turnaround point. Every rotation of his arms a struggle, an unmerciful headwind slowing his speed to a crawl. Then he turned, the wind now pounding his back and he was flying toward a grueling ...


Going out on a high note?

By Dale Shrull

Ariane Horbach’s collegiate cycling career is down to just a few more days. The German woman, who came to Colorado Mesa University to race and study, is at the end of her career. And she’s had a fabulous collegiate career on the ...

Split nets conference crown for Mesa softball team

By Staff

One goal down, many more to go for the Colorado Mesa softball team. The Mavericks claimed the RMAC regular-season title Sunday, splitting a doubleheader at Colorado Christian, winning the opener 12-0, but losing the final game 6-3. Colorado ...

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