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010512 Jeff Hart

Mavs need to come together to snap skid

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It’s still early in the season, but there’s no time to waste. The Colorado Mesa University men’s basketball team is looking to shake off a two-game losing streak and make a run in the RMAC. The quest begins against ...

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Mavs narrow search to 6

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By the time the Colorado Mesa University students return to campus for the spring semester, the football program could have a new coach. Colorado Mesa University announced Wednesday that the search committee has narrowed a pool of more than ...

Sports Briefs, Jan. 4, 2012

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College Football Mavs’ Trent deBraga makes All-Super Region third team Colorado Mesa’s Trent deBraga was selected to the Don Hansen Football Gazette Division II All-Super Region Three team. The junior made the third-team defense ...

Mavs make some noise in Phoenix

By Staff

Colorado Mesa showed some strides in only the sixth year of the reinstated wrestling program. The 18th-ranked Mavericks avenged a loss to an NAIA program and challenged fifth-ranked Grand Canyon (Ariz.) University on Monday in ...

Mavs unhappy with officials after Regis loss

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DENVER — Roger Walters had to take a few extra minutes to compose himself Saturday evening after what transpired on the floor at Regis University. The Colorado Mesa University women’s basketball coach was clearly frustrated by the ...

First-half lapses cost Mesa in loss to Rangers

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DENVER — It wasn’t that the final shot Saturday didn’t fall for the Colorado Mesa University men’s basketball team. No, CMU coach Jim Heaps said, that was far from the reason the Mavericks were upset 60-58 by Regis ...

Mavericks swept at Grand Canyon Duals

By Staff

Colorado Mesa was excited to prove themselves against some of the top teams in NCAA Division II wrestling. The No. 18 Mavericks’ excitement turned into disappointment. CMU was swept by three top-10 teams and a national club champion on ...

Strengths turn into weaknesses in Mavs’ loss

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DENVER — Jim Heaps loved what he saw offensively from the Colorado Mesa University men’s basketball team Friday against the top-ranked team in Division II. However, when it came to the Mavericks’ bread and butter, post ...

Lapses, missed free throws cost Mavericks

By Patti Arnold

DENVER — The game plan was spot-on. The Colorado Mesa University women’s basketball team came out Friday afternoon attacking the basket against third-ranked Metro State College and packing the paint on defense. It worked until ...


Mavs wrestlers face stiff competition in return to the mat

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Dylan Granard took a week off to spend with family for Christmas break, but he didn’t sit around eating chocolate and drinking egg nog — at least not much. The Colorado Mesa University sophomore wrestler made sure to spend a lot ...

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