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Poor execution down the stretch costly for Mesa men

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The ball was tipped back across the lane Friday night, and everybody in Brownson Arena was following its flight. When it landed in Robby Hanzlik’s hands, Mesa State’s hopes of hosting a first-round game in the RMAC Shootout ...

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Mavs’ simple math: Two wins will equal one more home game for Mesa men

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Lance Fite and Russell Gregory joined a basketball team last season at Mesa State that was special. “How do you follow that?” Fite said of being a junior transfer on a team that won the RMAC regular-season championship and reached ...

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Goal-oriented: Mesa women hope to secure home game for RMAC Shootout

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Something to play for. “We’ve never had that option,” Jocelyn Zarling said. “I was thinking about that this week, I feel terrible for those seniors the past couple of years that didn’t have that.” Only one ...

Mesa lacrosse teams both fall on the road

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With only 40 seconds left in overtime Thursday, Grand Canyon University dashed Mesa State’s hopes of earning its first victory in men’s lacrosse. The Mavericks lost 11-10, ending their trip to Phoenix 0-3. The Mavericks scored ...

Two Mav swimmers, two divers get invitations to national meet

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Jaclyn McMillen was a little stressed the past few days, waiting for the biggest invitation of her swimming career. It finally came late Tuesday night, an invitation to next month’s NCAA Division II national swim championships. ...

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Gappmaier hopes to cap up-and-down season with national berth

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When Jon Gappmaier graduated from high school, he wanted to wrestle in college. After one year of trying to go without wrestling and focusing on school, Gappmaier came to Mesa State College to do both. “I planned on coming here, but my ...


A fresh challenge: Mesa State lacrosse teams building from the ground up

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Most of the players on the fledgling Mesa State College women’s lacrosse team signed without meeting their head coach. They started fall conditioning without having met their head coach. “They thought I was a fake person, I ...

Mesa State lacrosse team falls in first game

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College Lacrosse Mavs fall to Pace (N.Y.) in first game Mesa State’s first lacrosse game ended in an 11-7 loss to Pace (N.Y.) University on Monday in Phoenix, and the Mavs left the field thinking one might have gotten away. “We ...

Stranded Mesa State softball team hopes to return to Grand Junction today

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Before they even took the field Sunday morning, the Mesa State College softball players knew they wouldn’t be leaving Minnesota any time soon. A winter storm canceled Sunday flights out of Minneapolis. Inside the dome, the Mavericks ...

Mesa State men, women top Western State in basketball

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The Mesa State men’s basketball team shot 52 percent from the field Saturday night in the first half. Western State shot 68 percent but led only 33-28. When Blake Francom hit a 3-pointer five minutes into the second half, the Mavericks ...

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