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Mesa State Women’s team must find new go-to players

By Allen Gemaehlich

There are so many new faces, it may take a while for the Mesa State College women’s basketball team to find its identity this season. Coach Timi Brown begins her fifth season with a nine new players to the program. One of the first ...


Briefs: Mesa State Roundup November 21, 2008

By Allen Gemaehlich

Wrestling Trevor Stapp hasn’t even had 10 practices this season, but he’s ready to wrestle. The Mesa State College freshman, who started practicing last week, will wrestle for the Mavericks in the Old Chicago Northern Colorado ...


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Injury-free, runner Skarda excels

By Allen Gemaehlich

Alexis Skarda could possibly be running for a Division I program, but injuries curtailed that option. Thankfully for Mesa State College, the freshman from Boulder is running cross country for the Mavericks and is the first Mesa State runner ...


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JC transfer Herl quickly adapts to Mavs’ offense

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Every basketball season, just about the time the calendar turns to the New Year, a light flips on. The junior college transfers in their first year with the Mesa State College men’s basketball team get it. They understand the offense, ...


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Coy ousted of running for Harlon Hill trophy

By Allen Gemaehlich

Bobby Coy’s football career came to an end last week, and his run for the Harlon Hill Trophy ended this week. The Mesa State College running back did not make the national finalist cut for the NCAA Division II player of the year despite ...


Regis ends Mesa State volleyball tourney run

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No matter what Mesa State’s volleyball team tried Sunday, nothing could stop Regis University from winning the RMAC championship and claiming the No. 8 seed in this week’s NCAA Division II Central Region tournament. The Rangers ...


Two Mesa State wrestlers place in Wyoming Open

By Allen Gemaehlich

Mesa State College’s Jeremy Ensley and James Breidel each placed in the top four in the University of Wyoming Open on Saturday in Laramie, Wyo. Ensley, a junior wrestling unattached because of eligibility problems, took third in the ...


Briefs: Mesa State Roundup November 16, 2006

By Staff

Volleyball • Defense wins championships. Dave Fleming has preached it since the day he was hired as the Mesa State College volleyball coach. That defense has the Mavericks one match away from the RMAC championship after a ...


Mesa State breezes into RMAC semis

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Dave Fleming never expected Friday’s first-round match in the RMAC volleyball tournament to last only a little more than an hour, and he sure didn’t expect the final score. “Had you told me five hours ago that it would be ...


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Mesa men’s hoops team short on size, but has plenty of good shooters

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One big man. A couple of forwards. Lots of guards. It’s going to be a different Mesa State College men’s basketball team this season than the fans are used to seeing. It’s a different team than Jim Heaps is used to ...


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