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Sean Rubalcaba

Rubalcaba leaves UNC, likely to transfer to Mesa

By Patti Arnold

Sean Rubalcaba has left the University of Northern Colorado football team, and all indications are he’ll transfer to Colorado Mesa University this fall. Northern Colorado officials confirmed Tuesday the Bears’ starting quarterback ...


All the right moves

By Patti Arnold

Sometimes, he gives in. Chris Hanks has to scratch the itch. The Colorado Mesa University baseball coach has needed a backscratcher sometimes, but when you go 47-7 and are ranked in the top four in the nation all season, the Mavs’ ...


O Canada, thanks for the All-American

By Dale Shrull

Whitney Rowe is the All-American Canadian. She laughs at the moniker given to her by her mom. But it’s a fact. In mid-March, the native of Canada earned All-America honors with a third-place finish in the 200-meter dash at the NCAA ...



By Patti Arnold

What. A. Game. Two teams trying to win a championship — and more. Metro State’s baseball team was fighting to get into the South Central Region tournament. Colorado Mesa’s baseball team was fighting to add to its RMAC ...

CMU cycling comes up short in road championships

By Staff

It was redemption day for Colorado Mesa University cycling teams. And they were redeemed. After two days of disappointment, it was time for the team time trail in the final day of the USA Collegiate National Championships on Sunday in ...


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 ...

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