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Colorado Mesa briefs, Jan. 14, 2015

By Staff

Swimming & Diving Colorado Mesa’s Amanda Jennings was selected the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference women’s diver of the week this week. It is the third time this season Jennings has received the award. Jennings won four ...


Ready to play ball

By Allen Gemaehlich

Bats are cracking, gloves are popping, and baseballs are slamming into the batting cage net. The Colorado Mesa University baseball team began knocking off the rust and practicing for the 2015 season this week. And for the first time in ...

Lindenwood dominates relay meet against CMU

By Staff

Lindenwood University won every swimming event in a relay meet Monday against Colorado Mesa at El Pomar Natatorium. The meet, originally scheduled for today, was moved up one day to accommodate travel plans by Lindenwood. Mesa won all four ...

Hot-shooting Mavs upset No. 2 UCCS

By Staff

One night after the Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team had its worst shooting performance of the season, the Mavericks had one of their best to upset second-ranked and previously undefeated University of Colorado-Colorado ...

UCCS upends Mesa women, moves into first

By Staff

In the end, it was a case of too much Brittany Hernandez and Abby Kirchoff for the Colorado Mesa University women’s basketball team to counter. The CU-Colorado Springs inside-outside duo combined for 53 of the Mountain Lions’ ...

Mavs use altitude to beat Cal Baptist

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa’s wrestlers split the 10 matches with the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference preseason favorite California Baptist, but the Mavericks won the dual. The 20th-ranked Mavericks had a pin and won two matches by forfeit for a ...

Defense leads CMU women past ThunderWolves

By Staff

At some point, the offense will come around for the Colorado Mesa University women’s basketball team. Until then, CMU coach Taylor Wagner is happy the Mavericks have established themselves as a defensive-minded squad, especially down ...


Overcoming nerves

By Allen Gemaehlich

Jessie Hoffschneider was out with minor injuries for so long, he began to doubt himself. The Colorado Mesa sophomore overcame some nerves in his first home match of the season Thursday night for a 5-0 decision over Vicente Aboytes in the ...


Big games

By Patti Arnold

The top three scorers in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. The top four rebounders in the conference. Two of the top three scoring offenses. Three of the top four rebounding teams. Three of the best women’s basketball teams in ...

Mavs competitive last weekend without Stephan

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team managed a win over a competitive Colorado Christian team and competed with ninth-ranked Colorado School of Mines last weekend despite being without one of the nation’s leading scorers in Ryan ...

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