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Mavs can’t keep momentum inRMAC title match

By Brian Miller

GOLDEN — Momentum can be a fickle and fleeting thing. The Colorado Mesa University volleyball team was made all too aware of that fact Saturday night in the championship match of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tournament. After ...


Teammates and competitors

By Jon Mitchell

The problem Colorado Mesa University divers Ryan Popp and Sage D’Ambrosia faced Saturday night was a nice problem to have. After all, the toughest competition the pair faced during the 1-meter springboard finals at the CMU Invitational ...

Mesa moves into final at RMAC VB tournament

By Staff

Beating the No. 3 team in the region three times this season should boost the Colorado Mesa volleyball team’s stock when it comes to the final regional rankings, but the Mavericks have something else in mind. “Our mantra is we ...


Injury not slowing down Mavs’ Hirsch

By Jon Mitchell

Sky Hirsch needed help getting out of bed when the college swimming season started in August. Now, there’s not many people who can keep up with the Colorado Mesa University sophomore. Hirsch posted a 20.2-second split during his 50-yard ...

Mesa men’s basketball team comes back to beat Cameron

By Staff

Maybe the Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team is just a little too revved up at the opening tip. “Some of these kids haven’t had many opportunities to play college basketball yet,” CMU coach Andy Shantz said. ...


Mavs start well at own swimming invite

By Staff

Sage D’Ambrosia won the 3-meter men’s diving event Thursday night, and Sky Hirsch and Justin Hastings finished 1-2 in the 50-yard freestyle to highlight the performances of Colorado Mesa’s swimming and diving team at the CMU ...


Rewarding seasons

By Patti Arnold

They’re still stinging over being left out of the NCAA Division II playoffs, but several Colorado Mesa football players received all-conference honors Tuesday. Front and center is sophomore cornerback Dustin Rivas, who was selected the ...


Balanced Mavs

By Patti Arnold

On nights like Tuesday, Ali Svorinic figures she just might be the luckiest setter in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. You want to see balance? Look at the hitting stats for the Colorado Mesa volleyball team in the Mavericks’ ...



By Patti Arnold

When Abby Ney arrived on Colorado Mesa’s campus four years ago, volleyball coach Dave Fleming wasn’t sure what to do with her. Now, he’s not sure what he’ll do without her. “She was a left-handed middle, and I ...

Mavericks miss out on football playoffs

By Patti Arnold

They might as well get the shirts printed, because the mantra for the 2016 football season at Colorado Mesa University has already been determined. Unfinished business. The Mavericks were left out of the NCAA Division II playoffs Sunday, ...

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