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Seniors’ show

By Patti Arnold

It wasn’t a question of if, but who. Who was going to cry first? “That’s why we wanted to announce the seniors first,” Colorado Mesa volleyball coach Dave Fleming said. “They talked about doing it after the ...


A little levity

By Patti Arnold

Chuck Pipher started his weekly news conference by breaking a chair. No, it wasn’t one of those Bobby Knight tantrums or a way to fire up the Mavericks’ wrestling team for Saturday’s DoubleTree Open at Brownson Arena. He was ...


Behind the lens

By Patti Arnold

Tony White is a little shy when you first meet him. But when you talk to him about two of his favorite subjects, football and producing videos, just watch him light up. The senior safety for the Colorado Mesa football team can light up a ...


M*A*S*H Mavs

By Patti Arnold

The preseason player of the year is out for the season with torn ankle ligaments. Losing Erin Reichle for the season is only one of several injuries that hit the Colorado Mesa University women’s basketball team before Friday’s ...


MIDDLE MAN: Stephan anchors new-look Mavericks

By Patti Arnold

The big guy is back. Ryan Stephan is one of the few familiar faces on the court for the Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team this season, however. Only six guys are back from last season, and only three of those got significant playing ...

Mavericks tumble in regional, national polls

By Patti Arnold

The Mavericks are back on the outside looking in. After its 51-20 loss to CSU-Pueblo last week, the Colorado Mesa football team fell in both the NCAA Division II Super Region Four rankings and the American Football Coaches Association ...

CMU men’s soccer team returning to nationals

By Jon Mitchell

The improvement of Colorado Mesa University’s men’s soccer team year after year is something Blake Carlson takes pride in. Now, the Mavericks’ senior defenseman hopes it can continue. “Anything is possible,” ...

RMAC loss puts Colorado Mesa on hold for playoffs

By Staff

Cue the Jeopardy music. Even though Colorado Mesa University men’s soccer coach Todd Padgett said he thinks the Mavericks’ “body of work is good enough” to return to the NCAA Division II national tournament, he ...


Worthy of a title

By Patti Arnold

Bodies flew without regard for the bruises to come. Players used cat-quick reflexes to keep the ball in play, whether that meant lunging with one hand or simply protecting their faces. It was a match worthy of a conference championship, and ...


CSU-Pueblo too much for Mavs to handle

By Staff

Too much McDondle brothers and too little offense added up to Colorado Mesa’s 51-20 loss Saturday to CSU-Pueblo in the RMAC championship football game in Pueblo. “Tough loss, but they’re an extremely good football team, very ...

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