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Sports: Mesa State Roundup January 25, 2009

By Staff

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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Mesa State College football players Coy and Keating win national acclaim

By Allen Gemaehlich

Mesa State College football players Bobby Coy and Jared Keating accomplished a lot for the Mavericks and they continue to be recognized for it. Coy and Keating were each selected to the D2Football.com and Don Hansen’s Football Gazette ...


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Mesa men need to play together to snap funk

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For years, the back of the T-shirts worn by the Mesa State College men’s basketball team has read: Together Everyone Achieves More. Last weekend, coach Jim Heaps said with a half-hearted laugh, was definitely a team effort. Just not ...


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Western shows Mesa how to get opponent on the mat in rout

By Allen Gemaehlich

Charlie Pipher and the Western State College wrestling team got the better of his dad and Mesa State again. Sixth-ranked Western State defeated Mesa State 32-3 in an RMAC dual Wednesday night at Brownson Arena. The Mountaineers (5-3, 2-0 ...


Mavericks hope youngsters can stop slide

By Allen Gemaehlich

Let youth be served. Mesa State College women’s basketball coach Timi Brown plans to give the younger players more playing time for the rest of the season beginning tonight against CSU-Pueblo. Tipoff is 6 p.m. at Brownson ...


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Mavs ditch shovels for softballs

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Talk about conditioning drills. Two days of snow removal certainly got the Mesa State College softball team ready to do anything except shovel more snow. Tuesday, the Mavs got to do just that — just not on Bergman Field. “I ...


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