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Mesa women seeking consistency

By Patti Arnold

The Colorado Mesa women’s basketball team hasn’t arrived yet. And that’s fine with coach Taylor Wagner. “We’re a half-game out in second place. If you would have asked me that at the end of October ... I was a ...


Part of the club

By Allen Gemaehlich

Ryan Stephan is beginning to etch his name in the Colorado Mesa men’s basketball record books. The 6-foot-10 junior center surpassed 1,000 career points Saturday in the Mavericks’ victory over Western State. He is the 15th player ...


Mesa wins the fight

By Allen Gemaehlich

There was no letdown, but the Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team had to fight for its victory. The Mavericks followed their upset win over then second-ranked Colorado-Colorado Springs last weekend with an 
82-72 victory over ...


Mavericks put Western away

By Patti Arnold

Most of the season, the young, inexperienced Colorado Mesa University women’s basketball team has played to its competition. They’ve risen to the challenge against the better teams on the schedule, but they’ve also struggled ...

Mavs’ win in Midwest Duals includes upset of No. 3 Lopers

By Staff

Colorado Mesa upset third-ranked Nebraska-Kearney and went 4-0 in the Midwest Duals tournament Saturday in Kearney, Nebraska. The 19th-ranked Mavericks won seven matches to defeat Nebraska-Kearney, last year’s NCAA Division II national ...


Vasquez’s energy, emotion a boost for Mavs this season

By Allen Gemaehlich

Julian Vasquez has always been the top scoring option on his basketball team, but that’s not the case at Colorado Mesa. With big man Ryan Stephan leading the Mavericks and the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference in scoring, Vasquez is ...


Life and basketball

By Allen Gemaehlich

Julian Vasquez never wants to work during another “Black Friday” sale. No, the 23-year-old Colorado Mesa University junior worked enough of those in the three years he was out of basketball. Playing hoops the day after ...

Sterling, Rowe earn provisional qualifying marks for Mavericks

By Staff

Colorado Mesa track athletes Bacall Sterling and Whitney Rowe picked up where they left off last season. Sterling and Rowe each won an event with an NCAA Division II provisional national-qualifying distance or time Friday in the Western State ...

Retana clinches Mavs’ wrestling victory

By Staff

Paco Retana stopped a Chadron State rally to secure another RMAC dual victory for the Colorado Mesa wrestling team. The 19th-ranked Mavericks won six matches, scoring bonus points in four of them Thursday night to defeat Chadron State 24-12 ...


Better together

By Patti Arnold

For the record, Saane Lo’amanu did not give her kid sister, Siu, a bloody nose last week in practice. This time. “I know I punch her sometimes, but not that time,” the senior guard said between gales of laughter after ...

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