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Duffy’s late HR helps Mesa get split

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Tie ballgame, bottom of the seventh, one out, runner on first. The strategy is simple: Hit behind the runner. Ashlee Duffy did exactly what she was told Saturday afternoon with the Mesa State College softball team in that situation against ...


Mesa QB Scrim 4-25-9

Battles at QB, RB still up in the air for Mavs

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Justin Murray made a nice adjustment on a ball in the end zone, gathering it in for a touchdown. Suddenly, he was out of real estate on the Mesa State College practice field and had no choice. Down in the gulley and back up the other side he ...


Mavericks clinch RMAC title

By Staff

Mesa State College clinched its fifth consecutive RMAC baseball championship Saturday, splitting a doubleheader at New Mexico Highlands. After dropping the opener 10-4, the second-ranked Mavericks (37-8, 27-5 RMAC) rebounded with an 8-5 ...


Mesa SB Seniors 4-23-9

Mesa seniors have helped softball team stick together

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Other than the usual goals of winning a conference championship and reaching the NCAA regional playoffs, this group of seniors on the Mesa State College softball team had another, more personal, goal. “We all wanted to leave our mark on ...


Briefs: Local Mesa State Sports Roundup April 25, 2009

By Staff

BASEBALL • Down to its final out and final strike Friday, the Mesa State College baseball team rallied for four runs in the top of the ninth inning to defeat New Mexico Highlands 10-7. The Mavericks (36-7, 26-4 RMAC) trailed 7-6 ...


Mesa women’s tennis team hopes to hold onto top spot after RMAC Championships

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Mesa State College women’s tennis team may have a NCAA Division II tournament bid locked up, but it still has a lot to play for in the RMAC Championships this weekend. The Mavericks (16-3, 7-0 RMAC) have clinched their third ...


Mesa State’s Williams thrives in different pitching roles

By Allen Gemaehlich

Andy Williams gets the question all the time from his coaches and teachers. “Can you sing?” The Mesa State College pitcher is used to the question, given he shares the same name as the singer who made “Moon River” ...


Former Mesa State women’s basketball coach takes over at UCCS

By Allen Gemaehlich

Former Mesa State College women’s basketball coach Steve Kirkham will be back on the sidelines next season. The University of Colorado-Colorado Springs athletic director will serve as the interim coach, the school announced ...


Briefs: Sports Mesa State Roundup April 21, 2009

By Staff

College Baseball • Mesa State salvaged a doubleheader split, but Metro State won the series. The Mavericks (35-7, 25-4 RMAC), who remained second in the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Division II poll, defeated Metro State 10-3 in the ...


Sports Briefs: Mesa State Roundup April 20, 2009

By Staff

College Baseball • Metro ends Mavs’ winning streak Mesa State rallied from a six-run deficit to force extra innings only to lose on a walk-off home run in the 10th. Metro State’s Kevin Coughlin hit a leadoff home run ...


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