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Hamm, deBraga lift Mavs past Skyhawks

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Dressed like the former Mavericks who were in the stands Saturday night, this year’s Mesa State College football team didn’t exactly line up in robust and pound the ball. The Mavericks, though, just might have found themselves a ...

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Holding their own: Mavericks swim hard with Division I talent

By Scott Schlaufman

Over the weekend, the Mesa State men’s and women’s swimming teams saw something that not many other Mesa teams get to — NCAA Division I talent. El Pomar Natatorium hosted the Intermountain Shootout, which finished Saturday, ...

Mavericks hold off Adams State in volleyball

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A few weeks ago, the Mesa State College volleyball team would’ve chalked it up as a bad night. With the Mavericks in the thick of Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference play, they weren’t going to let that happen Saturday ...

Mavericks earn wins to wrap up fall tennis schedule

By Staff

The Mesa State College men’s and women’s tennis teams picked up victories Saturday to wrap up the fall portion of the season. The men (5-2) won two of the three doubles matches to defeat Colorado State University-Pueblo 5-4 at ...

Mesa men frustrated by tie with Regis

By Scott Schlaufman

Usually a team is happy when they can match up well against a nationally ranked opponent. The Mesa State men’s soccer team isn’t one of those teams. As they filed off the field Friday afternoon after a 0-0 draw with No. 17 Regis, ...

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Crick, Ready enter Mesa State Hall of Honor

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Rusty Crick made a career out of coaching volleyball at Mesa State College. Randy Ready played baseball only one year at the college. Both men, though, made an indelible mark at the college, and Friday entered the Mesa State Hall of ...

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Ball security: Mesa’s deBraga understands holding onto ball most important part of returning kicks

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Don’t peek. It’s what runs through every punt returner’s head as the ball leaves the punter’s foot. “You can peek, but I’m more focused on catching the ball than anything,” Mesa State return man ...

Kemp’s power swings help Mavs sweep Griffins

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Fans love big hitters. Mesa State volleyball fans got a double dose of that Thursday night at Brownson Arena when Westminster College’s Clotile Harris, a 6-foot-2 freshman outside hitter, squared off against the Mavericks’ 6-foot ...

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Quickness in goal serves Mavericks’ Kahler well

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Alicia Kahler is about as close to being a self-taught goalie as you’ll find. The senior keeper on the Mesa State College women’s soccer team was a backup goalie until her junior year of high school. “I played in the field ...

Gold makes inroads in popularity with Mavs

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I’ve never really been clear on what the color combination at Mesa State is supposed to include. Is it maroon and white? Maroon and gold? Cardinal and gold? Cardinal, gold and white? When did black find its way into the mix? This much ...

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