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Weather continues to plague Mavs’ baseball schedule

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The wind was blowing to beat the band and rain was imminent. There was no way an RMAC baseball doubleheader between fourth-ranked Mesa State and Nebraska-Kearney was going to get played Saturday or today, so the coaches agreed to cancel the ...


New Mesa women’s coach working hard to improve team

By Allen Gemaehlich

Roger Walters has been on the job a little more than two weeks. The new Mesa State College women’s basketball coach has been scrambling since Day 1. Walters took over a program that had its worst season in 28 years, finishing 6-21 ...

Briefs: Mesa State Sports Roundup Sports April 04, 2009

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BASEBALL • Mesa baseball team ups win streak to 12 Mesa State College ran its winning streak to 12 games Friday, sweeping an RMAC baseball doubleheader 7-3 and 6-4 at the University of Nebraska-Kearney. The Mavericks (30-5, 20-2 ...


Little base hits causing big problems for Mesa State softball

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One word sums up the Mesa State College softball season so far: bleeders. You can call them bloop singles, Texas Leaguers, gorks, excuse-me singles, no-man’s land ... to coach Kris Mort and the Mavericks, they’re ...

Both Mesa state tennis teams ranked in top 5 in Central Region

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Mesa State College tennis programs could be on their way to making history. The men’s and women’s teams are both ranked in the top five in the first NCAA Division II regional poll of the season, released Wednesday. The top six ...


Drafted by Rockies, Mavs’ Bachman having fun in college

By Allen Gemaehlich

Scott Bachman could have been in Arizona pitching for a spot with the Colorado Rockies. Instead, the Fort Collins native opted to get a college education at the urging of his mother. He’s doing that and pitching for Mesa State College ...

ThunderWolves rally to top Mesa in softball

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Colorado State University-Pueblo’s softball team scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning of the first game Sunday, leading the ThunderWolves to an RMAC doubleheader sweep of Mesa State College, 5-3 and 4-0. The Mavericks led ...


Mavs win despite strong, tricky wind

By Allen Gemaehlich

There were no walk-off home runs, safety squeezes or even dugout-clearing brawls, but there were several plays dictated by 40 mph winds. Wind gusts created havoc for fielders, playing a part in six errors, including five by the Mesa State ...

Tempers flare, Mesa comes through in clutch

By Allen Gemaehlich

A brawl at the plate started everything. At least it did for the Mesa State College baseball team, which went on to sweep CSU-Pueblo 5-3 and 10-9 in an RMAC doubleheader Saturday at Suplizio Field. Both wins came in Mesa’s last at-bat. ...

Mesa bb v CSUP 3-27-9

Lamaster outpitches best RMAC pitcher in Mavs’ win

By Allen Gemaehlich

Brent Lamaster made his first start at home for the Mesa State College baseball team and it couldn’t have come in a more nerve-racking spot. The Mavericks faced a CSU-Pueblo team hot on their tails in the RMAC and the senior ...

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