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Mesa women show versatility in win over Nebraska-Kearney

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COLORADO MESA 73, NEB-KEARNEY 61 UP NEXT: Colorado Mesa at Western New Mexico, 5:30 p.m. Friday Little adjustments went a long way Saturday for the Colorado Mesa University women’s basketball team. The Mavericks jumped into a ...


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Alejandro Hernandez is living life in the fast lane

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Alejandro Hernandez was surrounded by violence in the neighborhoods around his home. The Colorado Mesa University swimmer was like many boys growing up in Caracas, Venezuela, and admitted to a little vandalizing himself, but said his parents ...


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Brennan adds spark off bench for Mesa

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Alaina Brennan is about as hybrid a basketball player as you’ll find. She has the height of a guard and the mentality of a center. “Rover,” she quipped about her “point/post” position for the Colorado Mesa ...


Melillo’s dunk helps Mavs edge Chadron

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Every time Mike Melillo put up a shot Friday night, it seemed to rim out. The Colorado Mesa University redshirt freshman struggled, but he kept working. Finally, he got a shot attempt he couldn’t miss. After Shawn King picked up a ...


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Gehring a selective, successful shooter for Mavs

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Being called a streak shooter isn’t really a compliment. Streaks start and stop. All too often, there’s a long dry spell between streaks. Colorado Mesa University’s Tara Gehring was a bit of a streak shooter last ...


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King brings added skill as transfer for Mavs

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Colorado Mesa men’s basketball coach Jim Heaps thought he landed a player last year with the ability to create his own shot similar to Michael Dominguez. Heaps and associate head coach Andy Shantz thought they had a good shot at ...


Mavs land three volleyball players in early signing period

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With the number of lineup shuffles the Colorado Mesa University volleyball team went through this season, the No. 1 recruiting priority is depth. The Mavericks, who finished 11-17 this season with a roster of 12, took the first step by ...


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Marsh leading Mavs into recruiting period

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Today is the first day of a crucial stretch for the Colorado Mesa University football program. It’s the first day college coaching staffs can make contact with potential recruits. The contact period begins today and continues through ...


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Mavericks withstand frantic pace in win over Oklahoma Panhandle

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It’s not an easy task playing — or coaching — against the helter-skelter basketball played by Oklahoma Panhandle State University. Full-court press, half-court trap, subbing 5 for 5 every few minutes and taking as many shots ...


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Colorado Mesa falls to Dixie in Tip-Off tourney

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One night after a successful home opener, the character of Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team was tested. Although the Mavericks ended up losing 67-63 to Dixie State (Utah) College on Saturday night at Brownson Arena, they passed the ...


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