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Recruiting the focus for Mavs’ Shantz and Wagner

By Patti Arnold

The offseason doesn’t mean time off in any college sport. Basketball coaches are in the home stretch of recruiting season, with the signing period beginning April 15 and running until Aug. 1. Colorado Mesa coaches Andy Shantz and ...

CMU hosts the Maverick Stampede Rodeo on Friday

By Matt Meyer

The Colorado Mesa rodeo team will host the Maverick Stampede Rodeo on Friday and Saturday at the Mesa County Fairgrounds. Gates open at 7 p.m., and tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for seniors and students. Today at noon, the team will ...

CMU remains No. 1 in Division II baseball

By Staff

College Baseball CMU remains No. 1 in nation In winning three of four games against CSU-Pueblo last week, the Colorado Mesa baseball team remained ranked No. 1 in the NCAA Division II Collegiate Baseball national rankings. It’s the ...

McLaughlin goes 2-0 as Mesa women’s tennis team splits matches

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa women’s tennis team picked up a 6-3 win against Metro State on Saturday afternoon after falling to Western New Mexico 6-3 earlier in the day in Denver. Against the Roadrunners, Kristyn Wykert and Rachel McLaughlin won ...


Sweep of Jackets moves Mavs into second in RMAC

By Tim Harty

If Black Hills State entertained hope of leaving Grand Junction with a win, Colorado Mesa pounded it out of Yellow Jackets in the first inning of the series finale Saturday. The Mavericks sent 17 batters to the plate in the first inning as ...


Eighth is enough

By Patti Arnold

Put the ball in play. Force the action. Those are the marching orders for the Colorado Mesa baseball team every day, and it was never more evident than in the eighth inning Saturday at Suplizio Field. One inning after the
No. 1-ranked ...


New defensive approach keys Mavs’ win

By Matt Meyer

The Colorado Mesa men’s lacrosse team is a smart group, Mavericks coach Vince Smith said Friday, but there is such a thing as too much thinking. Last Friday, CMU lost 24-10 to No. 2 Limestone College. Smith said Mesa’s defense was ...


Mesa’s hit parade

By Dale Shrull

Offense was the word of the night for the Colorado Mesa softball team. The Mavericks produced more hits than a Top 40 radio station in their doubleheader sweep of Black Hills State at Bergman Field on Friday. The Mavs had 29 hits in the two ...

Freshmen help Mavs split DH with Pueblo

By Patti Arnold

Nick Cardinale was about to get the hook three different times Friday night. At one point, Colorado Mesa baseball coach Chris Hanks didn’t think his freshman was going to make it out of the second inning in the second game of an RMAC ...


Clutch Mavs

By Patti Arnold

Upperclassmen can tell freshmen all about rivalry games — it usually doesn’t sink in until the game starts. For Colorado Mesa freshman Bligh Madris, it sunk in at batting practice Thursday. “All the older guys were talking ...

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