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Mesa freshman Fix wins cyclocross national title

By Dale Shrull

It was rainy, muddy, messy and perfect. It was cyclocross weather. Colorado Mesa’s Brannan Fix weathered the conditions and the field to win the USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships in Hartford, Connecticut on ...


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Back on the court

By Patti Arnold

Andy Shantz had never seen anything like it. Zero practices before his first game, and yet, Kabir West played as if he’d been a part of the Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team’s workouts since fall. “I told Kabir the ...


Mavs open RMAC dual season with convincing win over Adams

By Patti Arnold

Brett Kasprzyk was piling up near-fall points Wednesday night until he finally heard the referee slap the mat. His second-period pin of Sage Budd at 141 pounds started a run of three straight wins by pin for the Colorado Mesa wrestling team ...


Division I transfers Guan, Olivas shining for Mesa wrestling team

By Patti Arnold

Last March, Austin Guan and Juaquin Olivas, along with the rest of their teammates on the Grand Canyon University wrestling team, no longer had a team. The school, which is in its fourth year transitioning from Division II to Division I ...


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Maverick moments

By Matt Meyer

One week after the Colorado Mesa University football team was awarded the 2015 RMAC championship after academic violations by CSU-Pueblo, the Mavericks went out and won a title on the field. Mesa won back-to-back RMAC championships this fall, ...


Double-digit deficit too big for Mesa men to overcome

By Staff

Rallying from a double-digit deficit is never easy. Trying to overcome it against a quality program like Metro State is even tougher. Colorado Mesa University’s men’s basketball team nearly did rallied from a double-digit deficit ...


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Gay baseball player scandal leads to changes at CMU

By Matt Meyer

Controversy surrounded the Colorado Mesa University baseball team after a post from a former Mavericks’ pitcher, who came out as gay, highlighted homophobic treatment he received in college and minor league baseball. Tyler Dunnington, ...


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Stephan caps Mesa career with player of the year honor

By Jon Mitchell

Colorado Mesa University big man Ryan Stephan made a big splash on a national stage after he was selected as the Division II Conference Commissioner’s Association men’s Ron Lentz Player of the Year last March. The award for the ...


Mavs post solid finish in Nevada tourney

By Staff

A stellar field of wrestling teams that included Division I teams didn’t intimidate Colorado Mesa on Sunday. The Mavericks finished eighth as a team Sunday at the Reno Tournament of Champions in Reno, Nevada, finishing the day as the ...


Mesa women overcome poor defense with solid shooting effort

By Staff

Now, the Colorado Mesa basketball teams just have to get back to Grand Junction to start their weeklong break. Heavy snow along the route home forced both teams to spend Saturday night in Las Vegas, New Mexico, after the CMU women fought off ...


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