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Mesa wrestling team falls to Western State

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Mesa State’s wrestling team fell in an early hole and couldn’t get out against the sixth-ranked team in the nation. Western State won seven matches, including one by forfeit, to defeat the Mavericks 28-12 in a nonconference dual ...


Mesa lacrosse team adds pieces for 2012 season

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Mesa State’s men’s lacrosse team doesn’t play the first game of its inaugural season until Feb. 12, but coach A.J. Stevens isn’t wasting time building for the future. He’s signed 13 players for season two, ...


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Room to improve: Mesa men’s and women’s hoop teams know there are areas to refine

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When asked the same question Wednesday, Jim Heaps and Roger Walters used virtually the same terminology. What have you learned about your team in the first four games? “We’ve got a ways to go offensively, but that’s almost ...


Mavs sign setter from Arizona to replace King

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Dave Fleming knew this day would come, when he had to replace his all-conference setter, Tara King. The Mesa State College volleyball coach thinks he’s off to a good start, signing Jordyn Moody from Hamilton High School in Chandler, ...


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Early deficit dooms Mesa State women in loss to Dixie State

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Close is no longer acceptable for the Mesa State College women’s basketball team. “We’re tired of being everybody’s homecoming game,” second-year coach Roger Walters said after the Mavericks pushed Dixie State ...


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Free falling: Mesa State tops Dixie State in game plagued by foul shots

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Mesa State College’s game plan is pretty simple: Attack the paint and get to the free-throw line. Ditto for Dixie State (Utah) College. The Mavericks really couldn’t complain about getting to the line 38 times Saturday night in ...


Adjustable win: Defensive adjustments lift Mavs past Permian Basin

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Nate Nelson figures if Jim Heaps has won 250 games in his career at Mesa State College, he must know what he’s talking about. “Everybody’s new, everybody wants to buy into the system,” the junior guard from Denver ...


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Late run fuels Mavs’ victory: Gehring, Sigl hit big shots as Mesa wins home opener

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At times Friday night, it was a struggle to convince anybody on the Mesa State women’s basketball team to shoot the ball. When they needed to, though, the Mavericks knocked down a couple of clutch shots in a 55-47 win over Western ...


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Brothers and sisters: Burgon and Selsor siblings love being on same team

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Three years apart in school, Chandler and Colton Burgon figured they’d never get the chance to play basketball on the same team. Only 13 months apart, Sharaya and Katrina Selsor grew up playing hoops together, but chose different ...


RMAC Notebook: Mesa swim coach pleased with team’s pool progress

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When the national swim rankings came out one week ago, the Mesa State College swimmers felt snubbed. “In the top 100 swims we were in the top 12 on the men’s and women’s side,” coach Brian Pearson said of the ...


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