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Mesa State edges Metro in basketball

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There was no big celebration Saturday night, only a couple of fist pumps and grins from the Mesa State College men’s basketball team. You wouldn’t have known the Mavericks had just knocked off 12th-ranked Metro State 61-56 in the ...


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Second chances: Mavs use hot shooting in 2nd half to rally for win

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Until he studies the game film, Jim Heaps can’t tell you how the Mesa State College men’s basketball team won Friday night’s game against Central Methodist (Mo.) University. Even after he studies the film, he might be able ...


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The inside men: Mesa’s post players aren’t the bulkiest, but are equally adept at scoring, getting o

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Lance Fite is hoping to eat a couple of Thanksgiving meals today. Michael Bear is heading home to Delta for some home cooking. The two long, lean post players for the Mesa State College men’s basketball team can stand to put on a pound ...


Sports in Brief: Newton selected to Daktronics team

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College Football Newton selected to Daktronics team Bennett Newton, who led Mesa State and the RMAC in tackles this season with 11 per game, made the Daktronics Super Region 3 second-team defense. Newton, a 6-foot-2, 215-pound senior ...


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Showing off their skills: Mesa State’s Bowen wins challenge at Glacier Ice Arena

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Brad Bowen was a little shocked when Mesa State College coach Kameron Dudek announced his name on Monday. After two hours of tests, the freshman hockey player won the award for having the team’s best skills on the Mavericks ...


Sports in Brief: Herl wins RMAC weekly award

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College Basketball Herl wins RMAC weekly award Jase Herl, a 6-foot-3 senior guard, was selected the RMAC West Division player of the week after averaging 16.5 points a game last weekend in Mesa State’s two victories. Herl also had 14 ...


Seven Mavs place in UNC Open

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Mesa State placed seven wrestlers in the top six Sunday in the Old Chicago Northern Colorado Open in Greeley. “It was a good tournament,” Mesa State coach Chuck Pipher said. “The young guys wrestled well. We’ve never ...


Bear has big night in Mesa’s big win

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After sharing the ball a little too much early Saturday, the Mesa State College men’s basketball team got things figured out in the second half and easily defeated Southwestern (Texas) Assemblies of God 82-56 in the Colorado School of ...


Mavericks cruise in season opener

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On any given night, coach Jim Heaps is fond of saying, anyone can lead the Mesa State College men’s basketball team in scoring. Just about all of them had a chance Friday in a 92-64 rout of Azusa Pacific (Calif.) University in the first ...


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Mesa State senior hoping knees hold up for season

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The bad knee is all good. The good knee, though, is not so good. Such is life for Mesa State College senior forward Justin Ashbaugh, who missed all of last season after he tore ligaments in his left knee on the first day of school. “I ...


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