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Mesa men’s lacrosse team cuts down on penalties in win

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Cutting down on penalties was high on the to-do list for the young Mesa State College men’s lacrosse team after its first seven games. Through seven games, six on the road, the Mavericks had spent 691⁄2 minutes in the penalty box, ...


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Snell’s strong outing helps Mavericks top Highlands

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The Mesa State baseball coaches joke that Nolan Snell is “wildly effective.” That might be the case, but the emphasis Friday night was on the “effective.” Snell, who has been pitching in either the second or third ...


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Mavs hoping to end slump this weekend against New Mexico Highlands

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In a recent game, Greg Anderson recalls having a runner on second, two outs, two strikes on the batter. “Everybody is asking for a line drive,” Mesa State’s senior right fielder said. “I’m like, ‘Blooper, ...


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Quarterbacks, running backs learning Marsh’s new spread option offense

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“Rock and throw. Rock and throw.” “Throw it before you see his eyes.” “Honestly, the goal is zero drops. Zero bad balls and zero drops.” As the Mesa State College quarterbacks, fullbacks and H-backs were ...


Mavericks fall on road to Regis in baseball

By Staff

The road continued to be a tough place for the Mesa State College baseball team Sunday, as the Mavericks gave up a walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth inning in a 6-5 loss to Regis. Mesa State (13-9, 11-5 RMAC) split the doubleheader, ...


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Changing Mesa State’s name may help in recruiting, but would be very costly

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From the floor at Brownson Arena to the jerseys the athletes wear, plenty will change at the corner of 12th Street and Orchard Avenue if Mesa State College becomes (Insert Name Here) University. The athletic department is arguably the most ...


Mesa women’s lacrosse team easily gets first home victory

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Allie Henderson wished the Mesa State women’s lacrosse game would have been the first game of Saturday’s doubleheader at Walker Field. “We were all a little bit bitter that (the men) won before us on our home turf,” ...


Mesa men’s soccer team adds 4 more

By Staff

Mesa State College men’s soccer coach Josh Pittman keeps adding depth, signing four more players for next season, three high school players and one junior college transfer. Grand Junction High School’s Sean Foster, the ...


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Mesa men’s lacrosse team scores first victory by hanging on against Adams

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A two-goal advantage with 44 seconds to play. Piece of cake, right? Uh, no, not in men’s college lacrosse, where goals can come in a blink of an eye. Then, throw in the situation Mesa State goalie Brad Brandenburg found himself in ...


Regis’ base hits too much for Mavs in loss

By Staff

Mesa State didn’t give up an extra-base hit Friday to Regis University, but the Mavericks couldn’t get a base hit when they needed it and fell 7-5. “We’re hitting into a lot of line-drive outs,” coach Chris Hanks ...


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