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CMU women can’t keep up with Drury

By Staff

The matchup between two top-10 women’s basketball teams Saturday in the Colorado Christian tournament turned out to be a runaway for No. 3 Drury (Missouri) University over No. 8 Colorado Mesa. The Mavericks dug themselves an early hole ...


Seizing the momentum

By Patti Arnold

Just keep the ball in play. That’s kind of the idea when you play back row in volleyball; whatever it takes to dig the ball. Dive on the floor, lunge after the ball. Somersault. Sacrifice your body. Or, in the case of Colorado ...

Mesa hoops teams both win openers

By Staff

The opening game of the basketball season is always a crap shoot. “We practiced all week against Princeton (offense) because that’s what they ran all last year,” Colorado Mesa men’s basketball coach Andy Shantz said. ...



By Allen Gemaehlich

Defensive linemen Zach Beach and Ryan Sivetts weren’t expected to be All-American stars for the Colorado Mesa football program, but they earned their opportunity to be starters, and they’ve been great examples for a young ...


Brother act

By Allen Gemaehlich

Kevin and Nestor Escobar don’t have to yell across the soccer pitch for each to know where the other one is. The twin brothers from Edwards have played together so long and know each other so well, they know what the other one will do ...


Mesa playing for first winning record since ‘08

By Allen Gemaehlich

There’s no spot in the NCAA Division II football playoffs on the line. There’s no Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference title to be had. Still, Colorado Mesa has a lot to play for in its season finale, which doubles as Senior ...


Consistent success

By Allen Gemaehlich

The four remaining volleyball teams in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tournament are battling for more than a tourney title. Fourth-ranked Colorado School of Mines, eighth-ranked Colorado Mesa, No. 22 Metro State and Regis meet in ...


Defensive spark

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa found itself in a similar situation as last year in the first round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tournament. The Mavericks fell behind Colorado Christian at home and lost last year, but Christian Otzen wasn’t ...

Dixie State joining RMAC as football-only school in 2016

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa’s football team will have a new Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference opponent in 2016, and it’s a familiar foe. Dixie State (Utah) University will become the 12th member of the conference in 2016 after the RMAC ...


Mavericks reload

By Patti Arnold

A word of advice to Colorado Mesa women’s basketball fans: Grab a roster at the door. You’re gonna need it. When the six seniors on last season’s RMAC championship team exhausted their eligibility, they took all but roughly ...

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