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Mavs top Western in defensive struggle

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GUNNISON — Maybe it was the rivalry. Maybe it was the cold. Altitude, perhaps? “I’m not gonna lie, I was kinda dying with my wind up here,” center Kurt Bangle said Tuesday night after the Mavericks slugged out their ...


Mesa State returns to losing ways at Western State

By Allen Gemaehlich

GUNNISON — The Mesa State College women’s basketball team seemed to have a hard time finding inspiration. The Mavericks weren’t motivated after snapping their 11-game losing streak or by winning one for outgoing coach Timi ...


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Mavs need hard-nosed effort at Western State

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Mesa State College doesn’t have a throwback night in men’s basketball. Honestly, does anyone want to see the yellow uniforms again? Last weekend, though, the Mavericks went old school. No glitz, no glamour, just hard-nosed ...


Mesa State’s Brown committed to strong finish

By Allen Gemaehlich

Over the past several weeks, Timi Brown came to a realization. The Mesa State College women’s basketball coach realized the program hasn’t made steps in the right direction, which prompted her to resign, effective after the ...


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Mesa women’s basketball coach will resign at end of season

By Allen Gemaehlich

The women’s basketball season at Mesa State College got off to a rough start and it hasn’t gotten any better. Head coach Timi Brown has resigned effective at the end of the season, Mesa State College Athletic Director Butch Miller ...


Sports: Mesa State Roundup January 25, 2009

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WRESTLING One week after winning its first home dual, the Mesa State College wrestling team made more history. The Mavericks defeated a nationally ranked program in No. 15 Findlay (Ohio) 18-16 on Saturday in the Tracy Borah Duals in ...


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Mavs rout Cowboys after eleven consecutive losses

By Allen Gemaehlich

No one let out a cheer, but they did smile. The Mavericks were more relieved than ecstatic after snapping an 11-game losing streak with a 68-39 RMAC victory over New Mexico Highlands on Friday night at Brownson Arena. The Mesa State College ...


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Mesa men win RMAC West opener against CSU-Pueblo

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Jase Herl takes pride in his defense and his rebounding. The 6-foot-3 junior guard showed off both Thursday night at Brownson Arena — and threw in plenty of offense as well, helping the Mesa State College men’s basketball team ...


Mesa State women rally, but fall short vs. CSU-Pueblo

By Allen Gemaehlich

Just when it looked like the Mesa State College women’s basketball team was heading for another loss, the Mavericks made a run. That run, though, didn’t last. CSU-Pueblo tuned up the defense and pulled away for a 62-60 RMAC ...


Mesa State’s Katie Wedel makes national B cut in 400 individual medley

By Allen Gemaehlich

Mesa State College swimmer Katie Wedel made school history last weekend. The freshman from Pueblo is the first Mesa State swimmer to have a national B cut time. She did it in the 400-yard individual medley last weekend against ...


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