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Mavs can’t slow Lopers: Kearney gets payback for earlier loss

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Mesa State’s volleyball team might have surprised Nebraska-Kearney about a month ago, when the Mavericks upended the Lopers, then ranked seventh in the nation, on their home floor. There was no surprise Friday night at Brownson ...

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Not short on production: Hamm’s small stature doesn’t keep him from getting big yards for Mavs

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J.R. Hamm likes to play hide and seek. Mesa State’s 5-foot-7 sophomore running back likes to hide behind his offensive linemen, and when he slips through the holes the big guys up front make and gets into traffic, it’s tough for ...

Strong attack helps Mavs sweep Mines, win eighth straight match

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Mesa State’s front line smothered All-RMAC outside hitter Elizabeth Serra-Hsu on Thursday night, leading the Mavericks’ volleyball team to its eighth straight victory, 25-23, 25-19, 26-24 in front of 1,223 fans at Brownson ...

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Keeping the play alive: Howard’s cover dig ability a big plus for Mavs

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It’s called a cover dig, and few cover as well as Mesa State College libero Whitney Howard. When a middle or outside hitter for the Mavericks’ volleyball team goes up for an attack, Howard slides into the front row, low to the ...

Mesa State’s Howard wins RMAC award

By Staff

College Volleyball Mesa’s Howard earns RMAC award Mesa State libero Whitney Howard is the RMAC Volleyball defensive player of the week. The senior from Bayfield had a team high 44 digs in three matches last week, averaging 4.40 digs ...


Mavs volleyball team tied atop RMAC West

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Mesa State is back on top of the RMAC West Division The Mavericks’ volleyball team dominated Fort Lewis in a three-game sweep Sunday afternoon at Brownson Arena. Mesa won 25-9, 25-11, 25-23 to move into a first-place tie with Western ...


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

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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

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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 ...

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