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Mavs continue to add solid volleyball recruits

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Ever so steadily, Dave Fleming is building the Mesa State College volleyball roster. By the time the Mavericks arrive on campus Aug. 14, they’ll be members of the first Colorado Mesa University team — the name change takes effect ...


Mavericks add depth with wrestling class

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Five state champions, four state placers and a junior college All-American will join the Mesa State wrestling program for the 2011-12 school year. The list of 11 additions includes five Colorado wrestlers and three from the Western ...


Chilly, rainy night dooms Mesa State’s Skarda in national championships

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Mesa State College sophomore Alexis Skarda dropped out of the women’s 5,000-meter race Saturday night in the NCAA Division II national championships. A stress fracture had kept Skarda out of competition since shortly after she won the ...


Black Hills St. to join RMAC in 2012-13

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After more than a year of research and vetting potential new members, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference is expanding north. Black Hills State University, in Spearfish, S.D., will join the RMAC in the 2012-13 school year. The Yellow ...


NCAA wrestling champ Robles will speak at Mesa State on June 23

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Chris Freije and Anthony Robles were friends long before wrestling led them to college and the two remain friends to this day. Freije is now a Mesa State College assistant coach. Robles, who was born with one leg, is now arguably one of the ...


Winona State wins Central Regional

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College Baseball Winona State wins Central Regional Winona State (Minn.) University downed Nebraska-Kearney 3-1 on Tuesday morning in the championship game of the NCAA Division II Central Region baseball tournament in St. Cloud, Minn. Kodey ...


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Disaster strikes as Mesa State falls to Neb.-Kearney in Central Regional

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ST. CLOUD, Minn. — Mesa State was one inning away Monday from advancing to the Division II Central Region baseball tournament championship game. But disaster struck in the bottom of the ninth inning with the Mavericks leading ...


Mesa State tops Minnesota State-Mankato to stay alive in Central Regional

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Waiting out the weather turned out to be the right call for the Mesa State College baseball team. After a nine-hour rain delay Sunday, which included flash flooding and tornado watches in St. Cloud, Minn., Mesa knocked off Minnesota ...


Heavy rain washes out baseball regional in Minnesota

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Chris Hanks isn’t sure who his Mesa State College baseball team will play next. Shoot, the Mavericks’ head coach isn’t sure when or where the next game will be played. Heavy rain and the lack of a field tarp washed out ...


Evanson snaps out of funk to lift Mavs to win

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ST. CLOUD, Minn. — Ken Evanson had a stellar junior season for Mesa State College’s baseball team. He hit .377 and was selected to the All-Central Region second team and the All-RMAC second team. He was a key cog in helping the ...


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