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Mesa men’s soccer team adds 4 more

By Staff

Mesa State College men’s soccer coach Josh Pittman keeps adding depth, signing four more players for next season, three high school players and one junior college transfer. Grand Junction High School’s Sean Foster, the ...


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Mesa men’s lacrosse team scores first victory by hanging on against Adams

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A two-goal advantage with 44 seconds to play. Piece of cake, right? Uh, no, not in men’s college lacrosse, where goals can come in a blink of an eye. Then, throw in the situation Mesa State goalie Brad Brandenburg found himself in ...


Regis’ base hits too much for Mavs in loss

By Staff

Mesa State didn’t give up an extra-base hit Friday to Regis University, but the Mavericks couldn’t get a base hit when they needed it and fell 7-5. “We’re hitting into a lot of line-drive outs,” coach Chris Hanks ...


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Mesa men’s lacrosse team finally gets a chance to play at Walker Field

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After three-game road trips to Arizona and California, the Mesa State men’s lacrosse team is ready to put down some roots. And with those roots, the Mavs are hoping, will come the first win for the men’s first-year program. Mesa ...


Mesa women’s lacrosse team falls to Fort Lewis in close game

By Staff

Mesa State’s women’s lacrosse team came oh, so close Wednesday to winning its first Western Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association game. The Mavs, though, gave up three unanswered goals in the final 61⁄2 minutes and lost 16-15 ...


Mesa State baseball team suffers rare shutout loss

By Staff

Nine zeroes in a Mesa State baseball linescore doesn’t happen very often. The Mavericks have been shut out only twice the past five seasons, and one of those games came in the opening weekend this season against the then-No. 2 team in ...


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Head scratcher: Mesa State softball team splits series with Nebraska-Kearney

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Maintaining momentum was a problem Sunday for the Mesa State College softball team. After breaking up a perfect game, then a no-hitter and coming back for a 4-1 win over the University of Nebraska-Kearney in the first game of a doubleheader ...


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Inexperience dooms Mavs in lacrosse loss to Regis

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The difference between a veteran team and an inexperienced team was evident Saturday night at Walker Field. The Mesa State College women’s lacrosse team has been together only a few months. Regis has had a program for several years, and ...


Mavs’ error-free day leads to split with Nebraska-Kearney

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Kris Mort believed this Mesa State College softball team would be one that didn’t beat itself by kicking the ball around. Yet through the first 17 games, the Mavericks had committed 25 errors and had a fielding average below .950. A ...


Clutch hits with runners on base help Mines top Mesa State

By Staff

Colorado School of Mines went 10 for 18 with runners in scoring position Friday night to pick up its first RMAC baseball win of the season, 12-5 over Mesa State. Every Oredigger except designated hitter Jarred Wallace got at least one hit off ...


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