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Making progress

By Patti Arnold

They’re well past the “Hi, my name is” stage, but the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball team and coaching staff are starting to know each other. CMU coach Taylor Wagner is getting more and more comfortable with ...


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Passion by Mesa men’s hoops team pleases Shantz

By Allen Gemaehlich

In the past, it wasn’t out of the question for former Colorado Mesa men’s basketball coach Jim Heaps to get a technical foul. It was rare for a player to get one. Last weekend, three Mavericks received technical fouls. Although ...


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Return to the mat

By Allen Gemaehlich

Jonathon Stelling and Drew Schumann were among the many returning wrestlers for Colorado Mesa last season, but by the end of the season they were sitting out. They didn’t do anything wrong. Stelling wrestled well as a freshman, going ...


Former Mesa VB coach Crick elected to RMAC Hall of Fame

By Staff

Former Colorado Mesa volleyball coach Rusty Crick will be inducted into the 2015 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Hall of Fame. Crick joins six other individuals and nine Adams State cross-country teams in the 2015 class, the RMAC announced ...


Mesa’s Swing for Life event a finalist for prestigious award

By Staff

Swing for Life has become an annual event at Colorado Mesa softball games, with the Mavericks auctioning off special pink jerseys and raising money for breast cancer research. Other teams at CMU quickly jumped on board to help Mesa graduate ...


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Mr. Defense

By Allen Gemaehlich

Mike Melillo was like most freshmen when he came to Colorado Mesa University. He loved playing offense and had the ability to score from anywhere on the basketball court, He quickly learned if he was going to play, he had to play good ...


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Keeping their cool

By Allen Gemaehlich

There were some heated moments Saturday night, but the Colorado Mesa Mavericks managed to keep their heads when it mattered most. The officials called six technical fouls (three on each team) in the game, four in the second half and two on ...


Mesa women cruise past Highlands

By Patti Arnold

Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference basketball is a test of which teams can play well on consecutive nights. The second-night results can go a long way toward deciding a conference championship. Early this season, the second night has been a ...


CMU’s Rowe qualifies for national indoor track

By Staff

Whitney Rowe qualified for the NCAA Division II Indoor National Track and Field Championships in the long jump Saturday, breaking her school record in the process. Rowe cleared 20 feet, 6.25 inches, the second-best jump in Division II this ...


Mesa men cruise past Western N.M.

By Patti Arnold

There was no way Jerry Duckworth could see the basket. No way. He had tracked down a deflected pass, and his defender was blocking his sight line. Behind the 3-point line, he was facing away from the basket. The seconds were ticking away at ...


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