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Christmas break allows Mesa men’s team to refocus

By Allen Gemaehlich

It’s tough to take a break in the middle of the season, but the Mesa State College men’s basketball team hopes to take advantage of it. The Mavericks returned to practice Saturday in preparation for their first game in nine days ...


Mesa State athletic facilities receive lofty upgrades

By Allen Gemaehlich

Mesa State College alumni don’t have to be gone for very long to notice the changes on campus. In addition to the new dorms, Saunders Fieldhouse is in the midst of undergoing a $40.8 million renovation and is the Daily Sentinel’s ...


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Bobby Coy set records and received awards at Mesa State

By Allen Gemaehlich

No one was surprised when Bobby Coy set records and received awards during the 2008 Mesa State College football season. The fact that the junior from Littleton decided to finish school and not return next year, though, caught people by ...


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Mesa State athlete Wikre sacrifices pinkie for football

By Allen Gemaehlich

Whatever the Mesa State College football team needed, Trevor Wikre was more than willing to do. The two-time All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference defensive lineman even switched to the offensive line when coach Joe Ramunno asked him to make ...


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Former teammate of Safken donates bone marrow to help woman in need

By Allen Gemaehlich

Sam Safken had one prevailing wish before he died. Next week, a national audience will learn wishes do come true. Safken told his family he wanted more people to donate bone marrow before his death from complications of Ewing’s sarcoma ...


Briefs: Mesa State Roundup December 21, 2008

By Staff

MEN Ryan Mathews has played several roles for the Mesa State College men’s basketball team. Saturday night, the senior guard was the leader. Mathews scored a career-high 33 points to lead the Mavericks to a 78-69 RMAC victory over ...


Briefs: Mesa State Roundup December 20, 2008

By Staff

Men • For the most part, the Mesa State College men’s basketball team was able to keep within striking distance. The Mavericks, though, were not able to withstand Metro State’s pressure defense, falling 68-62 in an RMAC ...


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Mavs’ guards hold key to Metro’s press

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Weather the storm. No, not the storm in the mountains — the one the Mesa State College men’s basketball team will see tonight at Metro State College. It’s the storm that is the Metro State zone press, which makes it seem ...


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Richardson willing to do anything to help Lady Mavs succeed

By Allen Gemaehlich

Erin Richardson is living a childhood dream. The Mesa State College junior is playing basketball for the program she grew up watching. “To come here and play again is awesome,” Richardson said. “My (junior college) coach ...


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High-energy Cougars win ovewr Mesa State

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Don’t bonk. When a team’s energy level is at pitch equal to a PowerBar with a Red Bull chaser, it will often crash in the second half. “They came out really sky-high, playing hard, trying to get a split on the road,” ...


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