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Mavericks struggle for second straight day at road nationals

By Staff

Saturday was another rough day at the USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championships for Colorado Mesa women. Ariane Horbach came into Saturday’s criterium race as the defending championship at the Division II level, but she had ...


The kid is all right

By Patti Arnold

“Kid Cardinale” wanted the ball. And when he got it, Colorado Mesa freshman Nick Cardinale showed why, striking out nine Metro State batters Saturday in an 8-4 victory in the RMAC baseball tournament at Suplizio Field. The ...

Mavs struggle during first day of cycling road nationals

By Staff

It wasn’t a great Day 1 for Colorado Mesa University at the USA Cycling Collegiate Road Nationals. In the women’s Division II road race, the three-rider CMU team had a good race, but a mass sprint for the finish made for a chaotic ...


A more difficult road

By Patti Arnold

The task isn’t an easy one, but it’s nothing the Colorado Mesa baseball team hasn’t done before. Win three games in a row. “Oh yeah, we’ve won 20-some in a row,” CMU coach Chris Hanks said Friday night ...


Hustling to a win

By Patti Arnold

Andy Scott knew if he could just get on base, Alex Fife would do the rest. “Myself and Fife, every time I lead off an inning we talk about me and him getting the job done. It’s real nice to have a hitter like him behind ...

Colorado Mesa softball team signs four more players

By Patti Arnold

Ben Garcia added another pitcher to the incoming class for the Colorado Mesa softball team, signing Danielle Cassidy from Fulton, Missouri. “We are super excited to have Danielle join our Maverick family,” Garcia said Thursday in ...


Award-winning Mavs

By Patti Arnold

Austin Wallingford’s phone kept buzzing Wednesday as he was taking a test. “I was in class taking an anatomy test, and my phone started vibrating,” the Colorado Mesa senior catcher said later in the afternoon as rain pelted ...

Mesa men’s basketball team signs 6 more players

By Patti Arnold

Colorado Mesa’s men’s basketball team was hardest hit on the perimeter by graduation and transfers after last season. Andy Shantz took care of that by signing another half-dozen perimeter players, bringing the total of newcomers ...


Tourney time

By Patti Arnold

Strange things happen in conference tournaments, and no one knows that better than Chris Hanks. Seven times since 2000, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference regular-season champion has won the RMAC Tournament. Colorado Mesa (or Mesa State) ...

Wildcats get No. 19 seed in state lacrosse

By Staff

Girls Lacrosse Wildcats get No. 19 seed at state After an undefeated run through the Mountain League and a 14-1 overall record, Fruita Monument was selected to the Colorado High School girls lacrosse tournament. The Wildcats are seeded ...

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