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Quality athletes the focus for Martin’s first recruiting class

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Colorado Mesa University went two months without a head football coach, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the Mavericks have fallen behind in the recruiting process. New head coach Russ Martin took his contacts and combined them with ...


Mavs snap 5-game road losing streak

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Colorado Mesa University’s men’s basketball team has had opportunities to steal a couple of wins on the road this season, but it didn’t happen. Saturday, it happened. Sophomore guard Kevin Screen hit two free throws with ...


Mavs fall without Duncan, Selsor

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With only a shootaround earlier in the day to adjust to a new lineup, the Colorado Mesa University women’s basketball team did everything coach Roger Walters asked Saturday. The Mavericks, playing without two of their top six players, ...


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Colorado Mesa responds after loss to beat Highlands

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Colorado Mesa University wrestling coach Chuck Pipher challenged his team and it responded. The Mavericks (6-7, 1-2 RMAC) bounced back Friday night, winning eight matches to defeat New Mexico Highlands 27-10 in an RMAC dual at Brownson Arena. ...


Early lead lifts Mines past Mesa

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Colorado School of Mines didn’t give the Colorado Mesa University men’s basketball team much of a chance to shake its struggles. The 12th-ranked Orediggers forced six early turnovers to build a lead and never let Mesa back in it, ...


Injuries plague Mavs in loss to Colorado Mines

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Less than four minutes into the game Friday night, the Colorado Mesa University women’s basketball team got the jolt it couldn’t afford. One day after senior guard Hillary Duncan was lost for the season to a knee injury in ...


Pipher not happy after Mesa loses to Chadron State

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Conditioning — or a lack thereof — can make all the difference in wrestling and it did Thursday night. Chadron State outlasted Colorado Mesa in two critical matches en route to a 22-13 RMAC victory over the Mavericks at Brownson ...


Road has been tough lately for Mavs

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The coaching axiom of “win at home, split on the road” usually translates to a high seed in conference tournaments. And although Colorado Mesa University women’s basketball coach Roger Walters wants to be better than a .500 ...


Mesa men want to end road struggles

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Little things can make all the difference, especially on the road. The Colorado Mesa University men’s basketball team is finding that out this season. The Mavericks have lost four of their five road games this season by a combined six ...


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Mavericks’ Donarski close to realizing his mat potential

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There have been times Trevor Donarski looks like he can be an All-American. The Colorado Mesa University wrestler has placed in some open tournaments and tangled with some of the best, but he hasn’t blossomed into one of them ... ...


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