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Right where he belongs: Raines feeling comfortable playing keeper for Mavs

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Four schools in four years, but now Chris Raines seems to have found a home in front of the goal at Mesa State College. The Mavericks’ 6-foot-4 senior goalkeeper attended Cherokee Trail High School, where he played baseball and soccer. ...


RMAC Notebook: Nyikos’ name to be on trophy for Mines-Mesa football winner

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Dr. Michael Nyikos’ loyalties were split between Mesa State College and Colorado School of Mines. He was a former vice president of institutional advancement at Mesa State and was the president of the board of trustees at Mines until ...


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Mesa State men’s soccer team keeps playoff hopes alive in win

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When you have to win to stay in playoff contention, it doesn’t matter how well you play, as long as you have one more goal at the end of the game. That’s how the Mesa State College men’s soccer team looked at Sunday’s ...


Mesa cruises past Chadron in volleyball

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Mesa State College’s volleyball team made quick work of Chadron State on Saturday night with a 25-22, 25-17, 25-18 victory. The match at Brownson Arena took only 75 minutes to complete, with Rebecca Sellers leading the Mavs’ ...


Mines takes advantage of Mavs’ miscues in football

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GOLDEN — Nationally ranked teams capitalize on mistakes. Saturday at Campbell Field,  No. 24 Colorado School of Mines made the most of Mesa State miscues in a 46-10 win. “We do stuff at the wrong time. We have to start dong ...


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Mavs can’t slow Lopers: Kearney gets payback for earlier loss

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Mesa State’s volleyball team might have surprised Nebraska-Kearney about a month ago, when the Mavericks upended the Lopers, then ranked seventh in the nation, on their home floor. There was no surprise Friday night at Brownson ...


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Not short on production: Hamm’s small stature doesn’t keep him from getting big yards for Mavs

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J.R. Hamm likes to play hide and seek. Mesa State’s 5-foot-7 sophomore running back likes to hide behind his offensive linemen, and when he slips through the holes the big guys up front make and gets into traffic, it’s tough for ...


Strong attack helps Mavs sweep Mines, win eighth straight match

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Mesa State’s front line smothered All-RMAC outside hitter Elizabeth Serra-Hsu on Thursday night, leading the Mavericks’ volleyball team to its eighth straight victory, 25-23, 25-19, 26-24 in front of 1,223 fans at Brownson ...


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Keeping the play alive: Howard’s cover dig ability a big plus for Mavs

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It’s called a cover dig, and few cover as well as Mesa State College libero Whitney Howard. When a middle or outside hitter for the Mavericks’ volleyball team goes up for an attack, Howard slides into the front row, low to the ...


Mesa State’s Howard wins RMAC award

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College Volleyball Mesa’s Howard earns RMAC award Mesa State libero Whitney Howard is the RMAC Volleyball defensive player of the week. The senior from Bayfield had a team high 44 digs in three matches last week, averaging 4.40 digs ...


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