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A crowd-funded victory

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa volleyball coach Dave Fleming jumped up, waved his arms in the air, then put one hand near his ear. The Brownson Arena crowd of 1,055 fans stood up, raised their voices and whistled to a deafening level Saturday night. The ...

CMU cross-country teams qualify for national finals

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa men’s and women’s cross-country teams made school history Saturday in Denver. Each team placed sixth in the NCAA Division II South Central Region championships to qualify for the national championships for the ...

Dukes’ goal lifts CMU into soccer Final 4

By Staff

SEATTLE — In only the eighth season men’s soccer has been played at Colorado Mesa, the Mavericks are headed to the NCAA Division II Final Four. Junior forward Charlie Dukes, off a crossing pass from Kevin Escobar and a touch by ...

Mesa men take advantage of size mismatch in close victory

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team played well down the stretch for the second straight game to pick up an 80-78 victory Saturday over Northern New Mexico in the second day of the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs ...


Tourney time

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa fed off another big crowd Friday night to open the NCAA Division II South Central Regional with a victory at Brownson Arena. The seventh-ranked Mavericks, playing in their first NCAA tournament since 2007, defeated Angelo State ...

Late layup lifts CMU men to win

By Staff

Julian Vasquez made a layup with four seconds left Friday night as Colorado Mesa edged Colorado College 71-70 in the first day of the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs men’s basketball tournament. Aside from the deciding basket, ...

Mavs want to continue run in NCAA soccer tourney

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa’s men’s soccer team is charting new territory, and the Mavericks don’t plan on turning back. The 11th-ranked Mavericks (17-3-1) overcame a one-goal deficit to defeat St. Edward’s (Texas) University 2-1 in ...

Mesa soccer wins, moves into Elite 8

By Staff

Roy Abergil scored the go-ahead goal with 16 minutes, 47 seconds left, and goalie Micah Conrads made sure it was the game-winner as the Colorado Mesa men’s soccer team won the NCAA Division II South Central Region championship ...


Goal focused

By Allen Gemaehlich

There are 16 teams remaining in the NCAA Division II men’s soccer championships. For most of them, it is clear who their starting goalkeeper is each game. That’s not the case for Colorado Mesa. It has two excellent goalkeepers and ...


Setting the Mood(y)

By Allen Gemaehlich

Setters often are referred to as the quarterback on the volleyball court. They are looked to for their leadership, good decision making and ability to be cool under pressure. Colorado Mesa senior setter Jordyn Moody has led the ...

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