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Mesa brings back Hall of Honor with 4 new members

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For the first time in four years, the Mesa State Hall of Honor will welcome a new class of inductees. Former coaches Jack Perrin and Doug Schakel and former student-athletes Tracy Bennett and Pam Glenn Hager will be in the 2010 Hall of Honor ...


Mavs picked third in RMAC West

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The Mesa State College men’s basketball team is picked to finish third in the RMAC West Division and the women sixth in a poll of conference coaches. Jase Herl, a 6-foot-3 senior guard, was selected to the men’s preseason All-West ...


Scoring troubles frustrate Mavericks

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Mesa State College goalkeeper Josh Tinaglia made 13 saves, including a penalty kick, but it wasn’t enough. The Metro State College men’s soccer team snuck a couple goals past him Sunday to defeat the Mavericks 2-0 at Walker ...


MAV WATCH: Mesa State looks to avenge loss to Adams, keep RMAC hopes alive

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Adams State College spoiled Mesa State’s RMAC title and NCAA Division II football playoff hopes last season with a come-from-behind victory in Alamosa. It started a three-game losing streak for the Mavericks, ending the season well ...


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Looking into the future: Regimbal among young Mavs playing big roles

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It wasn’t a planned glimpse at the future of Mesa State College volleyball, but some freshmen played significant roles Saturday night in the Mavericks’ 3-1 victory over Adams State. With Ali Tompkins’ right shoulder aching ...


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Penalties cost Mavs in loss to Adams State

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The Mavericks controlled the clock and produced more offense, but hurt themselves with penalties and turnovers. The Mesa State College football team had 11 penalties for 119 yards and committed four turnovers. Together, it led to another ...


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Teetering Mavs: Mesa on verge of missing RMAC tournament

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A postseason spot is becoming more elusive for the Mesa State College women’s soccer team. One week after falling to eighth in the NCAA Division II Central Region poll, the Mavericks continue to stumble on the field and are teetering on ...


Fans show support with pink togas in Mesa State’s home victory

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The four male fans in pink togas in the front row of the Herd student section were a bit of a shock, but all in all, Friday night’s Swing for Life fundraiser was a success at Brownson Arena. Tessa Andrews was certainly in the spirit of ...


Damron builds on football knowledge every day

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Seth Damron was involved in football before he could play. Now he’s planning a career in the game. The Mesa State College senior tight end was a ballboy for his hometown Bakersfield (Calif.) College, a junior college coached by his ...


Sports in Brief: Eight Mavs selected to academic team

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College Football Eight Mavs make academic team Eight Mesa State College football players were selected Thursday to the RMAC All-Academic team. Senior tight end Seth Damron and junior punter C.J. Smith made the first team. Damron has a 3.35 ...


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