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Mavs ranked No. 34 in preseason baseball poll

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Colorado Mesa is ranked 34 in the 2012 Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Division II preseason poll, as voted on by the NCAA Division II baseball committee. The Mavericks return five starting position players and three starting pitchers from last ...

Sports in Brief: Mavs selected to All-Colorado team

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College Football Mavs selected to All-Colorado team Colorado Mesa senior All-American Connor Wright and junior Trent deBraga were selected to the National Football Foundation Colorado Chapter All-Colorado team recently. Wright made the ...


Giving blankets to hospital a gratifying experience for group of Mesa athletes

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Everyone loves receiving gifts this time of year, but several Colorado Mesa University athletes made sure people who don’t have a lot will receive something, too. The CMU Student-Athlete Advisory Committee tied blankets a couple weeks ...

Mavericks’ Hernandez struggles in Olympic trials

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Alejandro Hernandez’s Olympic swimming dreams have been dashed — for now. The Colorado Mesa University senior and Caracas, Venezuela, native competed in the Venezuelan Olympic Time Trials a couple of weeks ago, but it didn’t ...

Free-throw shooting helps Mavs top Adams

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Then there was one. As in undefeated teams left in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference men’s basketball standings, and it’s not Adams State (7-1, 4-1 RMAC). Colorado Mesa University took care of that Saturday night, knocking ...

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Inserting Rohrbaugh into starting lineup pays off for Mavs

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Granted, Adams State is not the caliber of women’s basketball team that Fort Lewis puts on the court, but let’s take a quick look at a few numbers from the weekend for Colorado Mesa University. Turnovers: 31 vs. Fort Lewis, 9 vs. ...

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Turnovers, poor free-throw shooting doom Mavs

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A couple of years ago, just surviving a game against Fort Lewis was the goal. The expectations have changed for the Colorado Mesa University women’s basketball team, however, so Friday night’s 69-55 loss at Brownson Arena to the ...

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Big men propel Mavs to victory

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Colorado Mesa University’s men’s basketball team appeared to be in trouble. The Mavericks’ three post players each picked up their fourth foul in a 41⁄2-minute span Friday night in a tight game against RMAC rival Fort ...


Mavs must control tempo against fast-paced Skyhawks

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Against certain teams, Roger Walters is OK with the Colorado Mesa University women playing run-and-shoot basketball. Not tonight. “We’ve got to dictate tempo against those guys,” Walters said of No. 7 Fort Lewis College, ...

Big men’s ability to block shots helps Colorado Mesa defense

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Chandler Burgon and Colton Burgon used to try to draw offensive charges under the basket. It didn’t seem to work. The Colorado Mesa University men’s basketball players were in constant foul trouble. At least one of the 6-foot-8 ...

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