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Sigl leads Mesa women past Cowboys

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Frustration over New Mexico Highlands’ reaching, slapping, physical style of play turned into determination Saturday night for the Mesa State College women’s basketball team. After seeing a 10-point second-half lead disappear and ...


Point made: Paschal’s solid game helps Mavs rally past Highlands

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From the moment the ball was tossed up Saturday night, Kalonji Paschal was a marked man for the Mesa State College men’s basketball team. The New Mexico Highlands bench was encouraging its point guards to make Paschal handle the ball, ...

Mesa State hockey team struggling to make up for lack of ice time

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The 2010-11 college hockey season had promised to be a challenging one for Mesa State College’s club team. The Mavericks lost their home ice arena when Glacier Ice Arena closed five months ago because of a breakdown in the refrigeration ...

Lance Fite’s 24 points carry Mesa State men past Western New Mexico

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Lance Fite isn’t used to coming off the bench. Friday night at Brownson Arena, though, a new lineup had Fite and Michael Bear coming off the bench, with Colton and Chandler Burgon starting inside. On the perimeter, Blake Francom got ...

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Katrina Selsor’s 18 points pace Mesa State women

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Things were going almost too well Friday night for the Mesa State College women’s basketball team. The Mavericks led Western New Mexico 35-14, hitting just about everything they shot. Then, just like that, they went stone ...


Bear essentials: Junior forward has come a long way for Mavericks

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Michael Bear has been listed at 6-foot-7, 205 pounds ever since his freshman year. Now a junior, the starting post player for the Mesa State College men’s basketball team honestly has put on some weight over the past four years. Yes, ...

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Mesa State swimmers shine in own invite

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Strength in numbers. Nowhere was that more evident than Sunday at El Pomar Natatorium, where the massive Mesa State College swim team overwhelmed the competition in the Mesa State Invitational. The Mavericks won six finals Sunday after ...

Skarda finishes eighth in snow at XC nationals

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They don’t cancel cross country races because of snow. Despite waking up to two inches of fresh snow on the course Saturday, the NCAA Division II national cross country championships were run in snow and frigid temperatures in ...

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Cross country competition: Mesa’s Skarda wants to finish near top at national XC meet

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Alexis Skarda has been a little distracted this week, and that’s just the way she wants it. It’s not that the Mesa State College junior is thinking about the national cross country championships 24-7 — just the ...

Chadron rains 3s to defeat Mesa men

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Somewhere around the five-minute mark of the first half Friday night in Chadron, Neb., the game got away from the Mesa State College men’s basketball team. The Mavericks fell 78-61 to Chadron State, giving up 14 3-pointers to the ...

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