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Colorado Mesa briefs, Sept. 20, 2016

By Staff

Men’s College Golf Mavs’ McKune places 3rd in Denver Trevor McKune played three solid rounds of golf Monday and Tuesday in the RMAC No. 1 Tournament at the Golf Club at Revenna in Denver, placing third and making the ...

Mavs move to No. 18 in D-II football poll

By Patti Arnold

Only two teams ranked in the American Football Coaches Association’s top 25 lost last weekend, so there wasn’t a lot of room for Colorado Mesa University to move up after its 41-40 double-overtime victory over Colorado School of ...


Westminster’s lone goal spoils home opener for Mesa women

By Staff

Sophomore goalkeeper Janielle Richmond-Buccola had five saves for Colorado Mesa University’s women’s soccer team Sunday afternoon, but the Mavericks were unable to find the net and lost their home opener 1-0 against Westminster ...

Blocked extra point lifts Mavs to 2OT win

By Brian Miller

GOLDEN — Colorado Mesa University’s football team has certainly enjoyed some big victories in the four-plus years under coach Russ Martin. What the Mavericks accomplished Saturday afternoon might just transcend everything to ...


Mavericks hammer Griffins

By Patti Arnold

Dave Fleming really likes this Colorado Mesa volleyball team. And why wouldn’t he? Not only have the Mavericks won eight straight matches, but they’re winning in every way imaginable. “I think we have depth. We’re not ...

Vavrick takes 10th at meet in Gunnison

By Staff

Daniel Vavrick finished 10th in the Mountaineer Invitational cross-country race Saturday morning in Gunnison, helping the Colorado Mesa men’s team finish third with 78 points, behind national powers Western State (24) and Adams State ...

MAV WATCH: Keys to Colorado Mesa at Colorado Mines

By Patti Arnold

Mav Watch No. 23 Colorado Mesa (2-0, 2-0 RMAC) at No. 10 Colorado Mines (2-0, 2-0 RMAC) Noon, Today, Marv Kay Stadium, Golden Radio: KTMM (101.1-FM, 1340-AM) Video streaming: (Mines feed) Last week: Colorado Mesa 47, ...

Mavs tie Metro despite one-man advantage

By Staff

Despite being a man up the second half and two overtime periods Friday night, the Colorado Mesa men’s soccer team couldn’t find the back of the net in a 0-0 tie with Metro State. In the RMAC opener in Denver, the teams fought to a ...


Defensive stops will be the key for Mesa vs. Mines

By Patti Arnold

Two high-powered offenses, run by senior quarterbacks. Justin Dvorak is putting up video-game numbers for Colorado School of Mines. Sean Rubalcaba is operating the Colorado Mesa system like it was tailor-made for him. Offensive lines that ...

Mesa’s Teixeira diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia

By Patti Arnold

Colorado Mesa baseball player Ryan Teixeira has been diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia, his family said Thursday. Teixeira, who started feeling ill a couple of weeks ago and was admitted to St. Mary’s Hospital, was flown Tuesday to ...

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