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Miscues doom Mavs in loss to Western New Mexico

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The 1982 Mesa College football team roamed the sideline Saturday and the crowd cheered a defensive stand before halftime, but it wasn’t enough. Colorado Mesa University couldn’t hold on to the football long enough to get in ...


Skarda takes non-Div. I title in Boulder

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Alexis Skarda placed 10th overall and won the non-Division I title in the University of Colorado Rocky Mountain Shootout cross country race Saturday in Boulder. Skarda’s time of 22 minutes, 3 seconds paced Colorado Mesa University to a ...


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Mesa Hall of Honor inductees heap praise on players

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Bob Cortese has never been afraid to speak his mind, and he made it clear Friday night as a full house stood and applauded during the Colorado Mesa University Awards Banquet that the night was most certainly not about him. It was about the ...


Colorado Mesa vs. Western New Mexico preview

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Western N.M. AT Colorado Mesa Saturday, 1 p.m., Stocker Stadium Radio: 1230-AM (KEXO), 99.9-FM (KEKB), 91.3-FM (KMSA) RECORDS: Western N.M. 2-2, 1-1 RMAC; Colorado Mesa 1-3, 0-2 RMAC LAST WEEK: Western N.M. lost 27-21 to Colorado Mines; ...


Mavericks top Colorado Christian in soccer

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Colorado Mesa University’s men’s soccer team broke out of a season-long goal slump last weekend, and the Mavericks carried that momentum into Friday. Brandon Burton and Stevie Palma each scored a goal in Mesa’s 2-0 victory ...


Move from safety to WR has been good for Mesa’s Whaley

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It’s not unusual for a college football player to switch positions, but it usually happens long before his final year of eligibility. Colorado Mesa University senior Tanner Whaley, though, has made that move and become a big-play option ...


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Chemistry helps Mavs’ back line thwart opponents’ attacks

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They might laugh about having one another’s backs, but when it comes right down to it, the back line defenders on the Colorado Mesa University women’s soccer team are all about having their teammates’ backs. The Mavericks ...


Mavericks place 17th in Nebraska

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College Golf Mavericks place 17th in Nebraska Colorado Mesa placed 17th out of 21 teams in the RMAC/Northern Sun Conference Crossover invitational tournament Monday at Wild Horse Golf Course in Gothenburg, Neb. Brandon Bingaman led the ...


RMAC officials reviewing video of Mavs’ loss

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The Colorado Mesa University football team went back to work Monday after a heartbreaking loss at New Mexico Highlands. Mesa coach Joe Ramunno, though, wasn’t sulking over what could have been. “We had a lot of positive things ...


Mavs find groove, top Fort Lewis in volleyball

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It’s not a huge roster, but it’s a versatile one for the Colorado Mesa University volleyball team, one that can attack from anywhere on the court. That was evident Sunday evening when the Mavericks used a number of combinations in ...


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