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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 ...


Midnight Madness coming to Brownson

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A couple of things you won’t see Tuesday night during Midnight Madness at Brownson Arena: •   High-flying dunks. “I told them we’ve only got two guys on the whole team who can dunk. One of them blew out his ...


Briefs: Mesa State Sports Roundup October 13, 2008

By Staff

Men Soccer • For the Mesa State College men’s soccer team, it seems to be getting worse before it gets better. The No. 25 Mavericks (7-7-0, 3-5-0 RMAC) lost for the fifth consecutive time and were shut out for the fourth ...


Mesa State football team defensively controlling opponents

By Allen Gemaehlich

It was one of the best performances of the season for the Mesa State College football team. The Mavericks (5-2, 5-0 RMAC) shut down the opposing team’s running game for the fourth consecutive week, didn’t allow a touchdown or a ...


Briefs: Mesa State Sports Roundup October 12, 2008

By Staff

Cross-country Running • Skarda paces Mavericks’ cross country win at Nebraska-Kearney Open Led by freshman Alexis Skarda, every Mesa State College cross country runner set personal best times Saturday to lead the 19th-ranked ...


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Mesa State rolls at home in win over CSU-PuebloMesa State rolls at home in win over CSU-Pueblo

By Allen Gemaehlich

Make it 2 for 2 in the old-school uniforms. The Mesa State College football team wore the maroon and yellow uniforms of the late 1970s and early 1980s for the second time this season Saturday night and won for the second time in them. This ...


Mesa State women blank Adams State on soccer field

By Allen Gemaehlich

Women soccer The Mesa State College women’s soccer team is still feeling the effects of traveling and playing seven games in 14 days, but Friday, the Mavericks found a way to win. Two days after losing 5-1 to Dixie State (Utah) ...


Briefs: Mesa State Sports Roundup October 10, 2008

By Allen Gemaehlich

Cross Country • Saturday: Nebraska-Kearney Open, 9 a.m., Kearney, Neb. Teams: CSU-Pueblo, Colorado College, Colorado School of Mines, Mesa State, Nebraska-Kearney, Wayne State (Neb.). Noteworthy: Mesa State is ranked No. 19 in ...


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Deep passion, determination help Applehans thrive on line

By Staff

Football has meant a lot to Dominic Applehans. If it were not for football, Applehans may not be getting a college education and working toward a degree. “I’ve loved coming out and playing football since I was a little ...


Fatigue catches up with Mavericks in loss

By Allen Gemaehlich

Two weeks on the road finally caught up with the Mesa State College women’s soccer team. The Mavericks, who played their first home game in 17 days, fell flat Wednesday, losing to Dixie State (Utah) College 5-1 in a nonconference game ...


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