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Mesa State’s Coy is candidate for Harlon Hill Trophy

By Allen Gemaehlich

Mesa State College running back Bobby Coy is one of 24 candidates for the 2008 Harlon Hill Trophy, given each year to the best player in NCAA Division II football. The list includes six players from each of Division II’s four Super ...


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Seeding for RMAC tourney on the line for Mavs in New Mexico

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It all came together last weekend for the Mesa State College volleyball team — in the nick of time. And now the Mavericks can go back out on the road knowing that if they win, they’ll be the best team in the RMAC West Division, ...


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Martinez-Ramos has local race to thank for her education

By Allen Gemaehlich

Esmeralda Martinez-Ramos has never participated in the Rim Rock Run, but she’s getting an education because of it. The Mesa State College junior from Denver received an athletic scholarship with the money from entry fees for the annual ...


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Mavs intent on reaching cross-country nationals

By Allen Gemaehlich

They won a meet earlier this season and had a program-best third-place finish in the RMAC championships. Now, the Mesa State College women’s cross country team is looking to make more history Saturday in the NCAA Central Region ...


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Mesa State QB Vigil not ready for career to end

By Allen Gemaehlich

It’s been a great ride, but Phil Vigil isn’t ready for it to be over — yet. The Mesa State College senior quarterback, who led the Mavericks to the 2007 NCAA Division II playoffs, is looking to lead Mesa to a second ...


Soper to be honored by CHSAA

By Staff

Ken Soper is a rarity. Many young high school coaches use their experience at a small school as a stepping stone to move to a larger school later on. Not so with Soper. Soper has spent 44 seasons coaching football and baseball at Dove ...


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Mines ends Mavs’ soccer season in overtime

By Brian Miller

ARVADA — The Mesa State College women’s soccer team knew that in order to advance in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tournament, the Mavericks couldn’t allow Colorado School of Mines standout Kayla Mitchell to be the ...


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McMillens part of Mesa’s building block

By Allen Gemaehlich

Jackie and Jordan McMillen were once considering going to different schools to get their education, but that simply would’ve been a little weird. When it came down to it, the Montrose sisters — identical twins — ...


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Mavs believe they can win RMAC women’s soccer title

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Mesa State College women’s soccer team believes it; now the team has to prove it. The Mavericks (12-8-1), who were 11½ minutes away from defeating RMAC regular season champion Metro State on Sunday, enter the RMAC tournament ...


Briefs: Local Sports November 04, 2008

By Staff

College Volleyball • Tara King ran the show for the Mesa State College volleyball team last weekend, helping the Mavericks to a pair of key RMAC victories. The sophomore setter from Steamboat Springs recorded 54 assists against ...


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