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Mav Watch, Sept. 15, 2017

By Patti Arnold

Colorado Mines (1-1, 1-1 RMAC)
at Colorado Mesa (2-0, 2-0 RMAC) Today, 1 p.m., Stocker Stadium Radio: KTMM (101.1-FM) Video streaming: CMUMavericks.com Last week: Colorado Mesa 24, Chadron State 10; Colorado Mines 70, New Mexico ...


Mines stuns Mavericks on goal in final minute

By Staff

A free kick was headed into the goal with 53 seconds to play Friday night, giving Colorado School of Mines’ men’s soccer team a 2-1 upset of No. 6 Colorado Mesa at Walker Field. As Jason Zobott was heading the ball, CMU keeper ...


Thompson’s late goal lifts Mavs past Rollins

By Staff

Lauren Thompson’s goal with less than four minutes to play Thursday broke a 1-1 tie and gave the Colorado Mesa women’s soccer team its third straight win, 2-1 over Rollins College (Florida) in Lakewood. Thompson’s goal, her ...


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Educating Eystin

By Patti Arnold

Eystin Salum gets his love of people from his grandmother. His toughness comes from his older brother. His father taught him the importance of listening and heeding advice. His mother gives him his drive to succeed. The Colorado Mesa junior ...


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Mavs’ sister act

By Patti Arnold

It’s been awhile since Megan and Hattie Gianinetti were on the floor together in a volleyball match. “Not since our senior year of high school. It’s pretty exciting,” Hattie said Tuesday after she and her twin sister ...


Mesa women’s golf team wins RMAC Fall Preview

By Staff

College Golf Mesa women win RMAC Fall Preview Ashlyn Kirschner’s second-place finish led the Colorado Mesa women’s golf team to the championship of the RMAC Fall Preview tournament in Lakewood. Kirschner shot 1-over-par 72 in ...


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Regis hires former Mesa AD Spicer

By Patti Arnold

When he was hired at Colorado Mesa, Tom Spicer said he didn’t believe in retirement. After leaving CMU in May over “philosophical differences” with President Tim Foster, Spicer didn’t stay unemployed long. Monday, ...


Mavericks move up to No. 11 in D-II football poll

By Patti Arnold

Colorado Mesa wants to be a top-10 football program. The Mavericks are knocking on the door, ranked No. 11 in the American Football Coaches Association poll released Monday. After knocking off Chadron State 24-10 on Saturday, the Mavericks ...


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EARLY AND OFTEN

By Patti Arnold

After winning in the final four minutes Friday, the Colorado Mesa women’s soccer team flipped the script Sunday. Amanda Wenzel scored 12 minutes, 8 seconds into the game and the Mavericks (2-2) took care of Nebraska-Kearney 2-0 at ...


D passes test as Mavs beat Chadron St.

By Staff

Colorado Mesa’s defense gave up a lot of passing yardage Saturday, but also scored the first touchdown of the game, leading the No. 17 Mavericks to a 24-10 victory at Chadron State. With the defense stuffing Chadron State’s ...


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