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Briefs: Mesa State Roundup November 16, 2006

By Staff

Volleyball • Defense wins championships. Dave Fleming has preached it since the day he was hired as the Mesa State College volleyball coach. That defense has the Mavericks one match away from the RMAC championship after a ...


Mesa State breezes into RMAC semis

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Dave Fleming never expected Friday’s first-round match in the RMAC volleyball tournament to last only a little more than an hour, and he sure didn’t expect the final score. “Had you told me five hours ago that it would be ...


Mesa MH Bangle 11-12-8

Mesa men’s hoops team short on size, but has plenty of good shooters

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One big man. A couple of forwards. Lots of guards. It’s going to be a different Mesa State College men’s basketball team this season than the fans are used to seeing. It’s a different team than Jim Heaps is used to ...


BOBBY COY 1 11-13

Junior will graduate in May, ending career tied for rushing record

By Allen Gemaehlich

The fact that he needs one more yard to become Mesa State’s all-time leading rusher isn’t enough to change Bobby Coy’s mind. The junior running back, who is the only unanimous first-team All-RMAC selection this season, has ...


Mesa Wrest Scrim 11-12-8

Brightman a bright spot in scrimmage

By Allen Gemaehlich

Kyle Brightman hoped to get a chance to wrestle last year, but a shoulder injury shelved him for the season. This year, the Mesa State College redshirt freshman not only plans on nailing down a spot on the roster, but hopes to qualify for ...


Mesa VB v CCU 10-2-8

Lovato and Cascioppo give Mavericks a dangerous 2-3 punch at outside hitter

By Patrick Bahr

Dave Fleming has a problem, one that several coaches envy. On the one hand, there’s Gabrielle Lovato, a 5-foot-10 junior outside hitter who can knock you off your feet with her jump serve. All she’s done is have one match with a ...


Mesa Wrest Walker 11-11-

Transfers give Mesa State wrestling team added depth

By Allen Gemaehlich

Chase Walker decided it was time to give up on wrestling and focus on his future. After an unsuccessful 1½ years at the University of Northern Colorado, Walker decided to work on getting his degree in construction management. The junior ...


Downward spiral tough for Mesa State football team

By Allen Gemaehlich

What started out as a season of hope and high expectations ended in disappointment with a humiliating 63-10 loss Saturday to Nebraska-Kearney. A slow start by both teams turned into a track meet - at least for the Lopers. Redshirt freshman ...


Briefs: Mesa State Sports Roundup November 09, 2008

By Staff

CROSS COUNTRY • Alexis Skarda moving on to NCAA nationals The Mesa State College cross country team fell one spot short, but freshman Alexis Skarda made it. The Mavericks finished sixth, but Skarda placed eighth overall to take ...


Mavs outmanned in season finale

By Staff

KEARNEY — Mesa State’s year-end downward spiral came to an end Saturday afternoon with a disappointing 63-10 loss to the University of Nebraska at Kearney on a cold, windy, Nebraska day. “Hand it to Kearney. They whipped us ...


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