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Former Mesa setter to play in Denmark

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In the back of her mind, Tara King knew she wanted to keep testing her volleyball skills. The three-time all-RMAC setter for Mesa State College has signed to play professionally with the Vordingborg Volleyball Klub in Vordingborg, ...

Mavericks recruit to be deeper women’s basketball team

By Patti Arnold

A year ago, Roger Walters recruited for immediate help. The Mesa State College women’s basketball coach is now recruiting for depth and to build his program. Four players have signed with the Mavericks for this season, the first as ...

Mavericks loading up on talent in the pool

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More than 30 men and women swimmers and divers are coming to Grand Junction to be a part of the first Colorado Mesa University swimming & diving program. Mesa State College becomes Colorado Mesa University next month. Mesa added 14 women ...


Former Mavs coach Doug Schakel preaches post play at camp

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Doug Schakel has coached several All-American post players in his time. The former Mesa State College men’s basketball coach and the creator of the Mesa State basketball camp has worked with several of them. He stopped by to give two ...

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Robles brings knowledge, passion to Mesa State wrestling camp

By Patrick Bahr

Anthony Robles is on his way to a successful career as a motivational speaker, but that doesn’t mean his days of being on the wrestling mat are completely over. Thursday at the Mesa State College Wrestling Camp, Robles spent time ...

Mavs continue to add solid volleyball recruits

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Ever so steadily, Dave Fleming is building the Mesa State College volleyball roster. By the time the Mavericks arrive on campus Aug. 14, they’ll be members of the first Colorado Mesa University team — the name change takes effect ...

Mavericks add depth with wrestling class

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Five state champions, four state placers and a junior college All-American will join the Mesa State wrestling program for the 2011-12 school year. The list of 11 additions includes five Colorado wrestlers and three from the Western ...

Chilly, rainy night dooms Mesa State’s Skarda in national championships

By Staff

Mesa State College sophomore Alexis Skarda dropped out of the women’s 5,000-meter race Saturday night in the NCAA Division II national championships. A stress fracture had kept Skarda out of competition since shortly after she won the ...

Black Hills St. to join RMAC in 2012-13

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After more than a year of research and vetting potential new members, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference is expanding north. Black Hills State University, in Spearfish, S.D., will join the RMAC in the 2012-13 school year. The Yellow ...

NCAA wrestling champ Robles will speak at Mesa State on June 23

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Chris Freije and Anthony Robles were friends long before wrestling led them to college and the two remain friends to this day. Freije is now a Mesa State College assistant coach. Robles, who was born with one leg, is now arguably one of the ...

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