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Hilts helps Mavs lead own golf tourney

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Jennifer Hilts wasn’t pleased with her first round, but it was good enough to lead the Quality Inn Mesa State Fall Invitational. The Mesa State College sophomore shot a seven-over-par 78 on Monday at Tiara Rado Golf Course. She leads ...


In Brief: Halboth wins weekly state award

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Will Halboth’s 138 rushing yards helped Mesa State College defeat CSU-Pueblo last weekend on the road, and Monday the sophomore running back from Lone Tree was selected the National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame Colorado ...


Former Mesa, JUCO pitcher Lersch dies at 65

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Mack Gendreau had enough baseball talent to be signed by the Philadelphia Phillies in 1964. As Gendreau recalls, a former Mesa College teammate of his, Barry Lersch, had even more talent. Lersch, 65, who died Oct. 4 in Aurora after a heart ...


Mesa women shut out Grizzlies

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Mesa State snapped a two-game losing streak Sunday with a 3-0 RMAC women’s soccer victory over Adams State in Alamosa. Dany Ramirez scored one goal and assisted another for the Mavericks (8-6, 5-5 RMAC). Brittany Cito gave Mesa a 1-0 ...


Monfort Lab ‘an awesome thing to have’

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Alexis Skarda never had trouble winning races. The sophomore All-American cross country runner at Mesa State College finished 19th at the NCAA Division II cross country championships last fall and has already won three races this season. But ...


Sentinel reporter gets a high-tech checkup

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The Monfort Family Human Performance Lab at Mesa State College is scientist’s dream. The new facility is equipped with devices to study the human body and human performance, including an altitude chamber and infrared cameras. “We ...


Mavericks win again on road

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If it was a test of character, the Mesa State College football team passed. After losing their first RMAC game of the season, their starting tailback and offensive team captain to injuries, the Mavericks found a way to win on the road ...


Mesa volleyball team beats No. 18 Metro

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Early this season, the Mesa State College volleyball team was taking at least one game during matches against nationally ranked opponents. Saturday, the Mavericks took all three, upending No. 18 Metro State 26-24, 25-23, 25-20 in Denver. The ...


Metro silences Mesa women’s soccer team in second half

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Mesa State had the sixth-ranked Metro State women’s soccer team cornered, but the Roadrunners escaped Friday night with a 4-1 RMAC victory at Walker Field. Metro State (12-1-0, 9-0-0 RMAC) rallied to score four goals in the second half ...


Linebacker gets new start

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Chad Benkelman planned to play football and get an education at Chadron (Neb.) State College. His life changed dramatically in the fall of 2007. Benkelman was a freshman on the Eagles’ scout team when his father, Charles, died from ...


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