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Mullervy twins put craft to test at Mad Cow Classic

By Staff

After Mesa State students Kevin and Conor Mullervy picked up cycling during their senior year at Arapahoe High School, the two discovered the sport is perfect for twins. The sport requires a strong team in order for each individual to race ...

Mesa State women’s tennis team fall short Sunday

By Allen Gemaehlich

It was an opportunity to see how the preseason RMAC favorites measured up against a top-25 program. Although the Mesa State College women’s tennis team fell short Sunday in a 7-2 loss to No. 25 Cameron (Okla.) University at the Elliott ...


Mesa State freshmen hope to mesh with upperclassmen

By Allen Gemaehlich

Sadie Peavler-Farnsworth has found herself in a completely different role this year. After three years of being one of the youngest golfers on the Mesa State College team, the senior is the oldest and the only one with more than four ...

Mavs’ offense keys victory over Regis

By Allen Gemaehlich

For the first three games of the series, the Mesa State College baseball team didn’t need a lot of offense. The third-ranked Mavericks (24-5, 14-2 RMAC) needed plenty Sunday in the series finale against Regis, hanging on for a 17-13 ...

Mavs lay it on line for fourth win in a row

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Outfielders are expected to sell out for fly balls at Mesa State College. They certainly sold out Saturday at Bergman Field, helping the Mavericks’ softball team sweep a doubleheader from Regis University 5-4 and 8-0. “Finally, ...

Mesa St. baseball team gets sweep of Rangers

By Staff

Mesa State College baseball coach Chris Hanks got a couple of pitching performances Saturday that he’s been waiting for. Brent Lamaster pitched a complete game in his first start of the season and Chris Carma nearly went the distance in ...

Hanks wants Mavs’ pitching to come around

By Allen Gemaehlich

The offense continues to produce, but Mesa State College baseball coach Chris Hanks is looking for more from his pitching staff. The third-ranked Mavericks (20-5, 10-2 RMAC), started out with a team ERA of 9.00 after the season-opening series ...


New Mesa State women’s coach wants to build a solid program

By Allen Gemaehlich

Roger Walters turned two high school boys programs into winners; now, he’ll try his hand with the Mesa State College women’s basketball program. The Mesa State graduate with 12 years high school coaching experience was introduced ...

Mesa State to select new women’s coach today

By Allen Gemaehlich

Butch Miller said he wanted to move quickly to find a new women’s basketball coach at Mesa State College. Less than three weeks after the end of the season, the search appears to be over. The college has scheduled a press conference ...


Khamis helps Mavs win first spring home match

By Allen Gemaehlich

Rashad Khamis knows the Mesa State College men’s tennis team needs him to be successful. The junior from Corona, Calif., figured if Mesa State coach Dan MacDonald was willing to give him some scholarship money, he needs to help the ...

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