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Miller’s upset is best match for Mesa at Grand Canyon Duals

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Shane Miller upended the No. 8-ranked wrestler in the nation Saturday when the Mesa State College senior pinned Lucas Munkelwitz of St. Cloud State in the Grand Canyon Duals in Phoenix, Ariz. Miller, wrestling at 197 pounds, was the only ...


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SPORTS STORIES OF 2010: Addition of Dominguez helps Mavs win first hoops playoff game

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Everything came together better than even Jim Heaps could have imagined last basketball season. The Mesa State College men’s coach had the right mix of fifth-year seniors, junior college transfers, role players — and one special ...


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Bob Cortese writing book about career as Mesa State football coach

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Bob Cortese has a million stories about his coaching career. The former Mesa State College football coach loves to tell those tales, and for the past two years he’s been doing just that. Cortese is writing a book. “The book has ...


RMAC Notebook: New-look Mesa hoops teams shining

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It wasn’t exactly a crapshoot, but neither Mesa State College basketball coach knew what to expect early this season. Men’s coach Jim Heaps knew this team would have a markedly different style than last season’s squad that ...


Mesa men roll past foul-prone Grizzlies

By Staff

Any win on the road in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference is big. A road sweep is pure gold. The Mesa State College men’s basketball team pulled off the road sweep Monday night, downing Adams State 89-77 in Alamosa. After shooting ...


Mesa State women hold on vs. Adams

By Staff

What a difference one night makes. The Mesa State College women’s basketball team took care of the basketball Monday night, and, with a full bench, upset preseason RMAC favorite Adams State 66-63 in Alamosa. “That’s huge if ...


Mesa State men earn victory at Fort Lewis

By Staff

With its floor leader picking up two fouls and a technical in a span of nine seconds Sunday night at Fort Lewis, things could have gone south in a hurry for the Mesa State College men’s basketball team. Lance Fite, who had two fouls in ...


Mesa State women fall on road against Fort Lewis

By Staff

The Mesa State College women’s basketball team picked the wrong night to have just about everything go wrong. Poor shooting, a rash of turnovers and a short bench Sunday night all contributed to the Mavericks’ 67-48 loss to ...


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Road warriors: New-look Mavs ready to tackle latest road trip

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The first conference road trip didn’t go as planned for the Mesa State College men’s basketball team. For the majority of the Mavericks, it was their first experience at the long bus rides and back-to-back games in hostile gyms ...


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The right move: Sigl’s decision to keep playing has been a good one

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Kelsey Sigl wasn’t sure she even wanted to play college basketball. “Right out of high school I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do; I wasn’t even sure if I wanted to continue to play basketball,” the 6-foot ...


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