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Mavericks hoping to run way to nationals

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Gig Leadbetter’s biggest challenge this week, other than navigating from Grand Junction to Wayne, Neb., was to make sure his cross-country runners were happy about making the 778-mile trek to the northeast corner of ...


Paint power: Much bigger Mavs hope to have stronger impact in post this season

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Jim Heaps joked that for two weeks, he called one of the freshmen on the Mesa State College men’s basketball team by the wrong name. “He finally said something to me. I said, ‘You’d be a lot better off changing your ...

RMAC Notebook: Mavs dissecting football program after winning only three games

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In August, every football team thinks it’s going to win a conference championship. In November, most football coaches are analyzing the season, trying to figure out why that title was so elusive. That’s what the Mesa State College ...

Mesa State women’s basketball team routs Colorado College

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Sharaya Selsor wasted no time putting up career numbers. In her first game for the Mesa State College women’s basketball team, the sophomore guard scored 23 points Wednesday night as the Mavericks cruised past Colorado College 89-39 in ...

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New look, new attitude: Mavs ready to put chemistry to work in opener

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Sharaya Selsor can’t wait to get on the floor. Katie Brady can’t wait to get off the floor — for a few minutes, at least. Selsor, a 5-foot-9 sophomore from Glenwood Springs, practiced every day last season with the Mesa ...

Saturday’s RMAC Football Roundup

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RMAC Roundup Colorado Mines 55, Nebraska-Kearney 53 (3OT): Scott McManigal caught a 5-yard touchdown pass to tie the game in the third overtime and quarterback Clay Garcia threw to Robbin Vinnola for the two-point conversion to give the ...

Five freshmen place for Mavs in wrestling tournament

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Five Mesa State College freshman wrestlers placed Saturday in the University of Wyoming’s Cowboy Open amateur division in Laramie, Wyo. James Martinez (149 pounds) and Dylan Granard (165) took second place. Jordan Passehl (197) placed ...


Mavericks fall to Chadron State in season’s final football game

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Mesa State’s offense was very good on sudden change Saturday in the final game of the football season. The Mavericks scored all three of their touchdowns after forcing turnovers and partially blocking a punt. In between, though, ...

Mavericks fall to Metro State in RMAC volleyball tournament

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A couple of hours after Mesa State’s volleyball season ended Friday in a 3-1 loss to Metro State in the RMAC tournament, coach Dave Fleming was starting to look to the future. “We’re already looking forward to getting back ...

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Bidding farewell: Mesa State seniors ending football careers Saturday

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This was not the season the seniors on the Mesa State College football team expected. The Mavericks (3-6 3-5 RMAC) believed they would be in the thick of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference race. Three wins with one game remaining ...

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