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Despite dominance, Mavs settle for tie with Highlands

By Allen Gemaehlich

It was so frustrating, the Mavericks could’ve pulled their hair out. The Mesa State College women’s soccer team dominated play Friday night, taking 41 shots, including 18 on goal, but had to rally and settle for a 1-1 tie with New ...


Mavs get ‘special’ victory

By Allen Gemaehlich

Special teams errors hurt the Mesa State College football team early in the season. Thursday night, special teams sparked the Mavericks to their sixth straight victory in Mesa’s 29-19 RMAC victory over Western State. “I think ...


Mavs fall in D-II nationals

By Staff

Mesa State College juniors Nick Provenza and Jordan Chomko competed with some of the best Division II tennis players in the country, but came up short. The Mavericks’ doubles team lost two matches Thursday in the Intercollegiate Tennis ...


Mesa Swim Wedel 10-16-8

Mavericks add depth to young swim team

By Allen Gemaehlich

Katie Wedel could’ve gone to an established program and contributed. The freshman from Pueblo, though, chose the fourth-year Mesa State College swimming & diving program. “It’s exciting,” Wedel said. “I like ...


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Mesa tops Western with strong performance after halftime

By Allen Gemaehlich

For the second time in three weeks, the Mesa State College football team trailed in the second half. Once again, the Mavericks found a way to win. This time, they defeated rival Western State College 29-19 on Thursday night in front 3,808 ...


Mesa State men’s soccer team hopes to rediscover scoring touch

By Allen Gemaehlich

With three weeks left in the regular season, the Mesa State College soccer teams play some important games this weekend. The men’s team (7-7-0 3-5-0 RMAC) is trying desperately to end a five-game losing streak, including four ...


Midnight “Mav-ness” a hit with Mesa State students

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Kurt Bangle’s biggest fear was that no one would show up. He never imagined being part of a contest to dress himself in flip-flops, sweatpants, a floppy hat and an undersized basketball jersey, all the while dribbling a basketball the ...


Briefs: Local Sports October 15, 2008

By Staff

Mesa State Golf There’s nothing like a team championship at the end of the fall season to catapult a golf team into the winter. Mesa State College, behind the 1-2 finish of Jennifer Hilts and Sadie Peavler, won the RMAC No. 3 ...


Mesa FB McAdoo file 10-14-8

With father’s cancer in remission, McAdoo focuses on playing football

By Allen Gemaehlich

Family means so much to Spencer McAdoo, he nearly gave up football. Luckily for Mesa State College, he didn’t. The junior outside linebacker from Broomfield was in his first semester two years ago when his father, Bill, was diagnosed ...


Former tennis foes now roomates at Mesa State

By Allen Gemaehlich

Nick Provenza and Jordan Chomko have known each other for a while now. Back in high school, they met in the Colorado Class 5A state tennis championships. Provenza, a Grand Junction High School graduate, and Chomko, who is from Denver, are ...


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