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Briefs: Mesa State Swimming February 20, 2009

By Staff

College Swimming Mesa State College freshmen Gina Panacci and Katie Wedel each won one event Thursday during the first day of the RMAC swim championships in San Antonio, Texas. Panacci won the 500-yard freestyle in 5 minutes, 16.23 seconds, ...


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Mesa State seniors emphasize the importance of school

By Allen Gemaehlich

They’ve been through some tough times on the basketball court, but Stephanie Delgado and Abby Hancock have persevered. The Mesa State College seniors will be honored Saturday night before they play their final home game. The Mavericks ...


Student survey led to Mesa adding three new sports starting next year

By Allen Gemaehlich

The students let Mesa State College know what they wanted, and they are going to get it. A survey asking the students what other extracurricular activities they wanted produced results that led the college to add three varsity sports, Mesa ...


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Seniors have made their mark on the men’s program

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He’s been a starting point guard and a reserve shooting guard. He’s been through a myriad of injuries and was suspended for one season for off-court problems. Now, Andre Carter, along with three other seniors, will suit up in the ...


Mesa State College adds three more sports

By Allen Gemaehlich

The facilities aren’t the only thing expanding in the Mesa State College athletic department. The college announced Wednesday the addition of three more intercollegiate sports in the next two years, bringing the total to ...


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Trio of Mav seniors excited to contribute this season

By Allen Gemaehlich

Mesa State College baseball players Matt Bodenchuk, Bobby Leigh and Corey Todhunter could only sit and watch their team last year. Bodenchuk couldn’t play because his elbow was healing from Tommy John surgery, but Leigh and Todhunter ...


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Mesa State swimmer capable of quick times in pool

By Allen Gemaehlich

Katie Wedel didn’t know what to expect her first year of college swimming. Now that she sees what’s possible, she couldn’t be more excited. The Mesa State College freshman from Pueblo is on the verge of being the first ...


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Mesa State softball team experiments, keeps focus

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When you score 69 runs and give up only two in a four-game series, it’s easy to lose focus. That didn’t happen in the Mesa State College softball team’s exhibition series at Bergman Field over the weekend against Colorado ...


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Neither weather, nor Chico can stop Mavs at Suplizio

By Allen Gemaehlich

It snowed one-half inch Thursday night. There was a 70 percent chance of snow Saturday, but the weather didn’t prevent the Mesa State College baseball team from playing a four-game series with third-ranked Cal State-Chico. The No. 23 ...


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Mort determined to get Mesa softball team some playing time

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Inventing ways to keep the Mesa State College softball team interested in practice is getting old. Then again, there could be more snow to clear off Bergman Field before the Mavericks take the field this morning in the first of four ...


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