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Mavs’ error-free day leads to split with Nebraska-Kearney

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Kris Mort believed this Mesa State College softball team would be one that didn’t beat itself by kicking the ball around. Yet through the first 17 games, the Mavericks had committed 25 errors and had a fielding average below .950. A ...

Clutch hits with runners on base help Mines top Mesa State

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Colorado School of Mines went 10 for 18 with runners in scoring position Friday night to pick up its first RMAC baseball win of the season, 12-5 over Mesa State. Every Oredigger except designated hitter Jarred Wallace got at least one hit off ...

Mesa State lacrosse team wins first game in program history

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It was a matter of time before the fledgling Mesa State College women’s lacrosse team put everything together. The Mavericks’ time came Tuesday against Millsaps College, a Division III school in Jackson, Miss. Mesa claimed the ...

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Mesa State baseball team tops rival ThunderWolves

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This is a baseball team that responds. So Jared Christensen wasn’t too concerned when he gave up a pair of runs in the fifth inning Sunday against CSU-Pueblo that cut Mesa State’s 4-0 lead in half. “I gave up those two runs ...

Skarda runs to second-place finish in mile at Div. II national championships

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Alexis Skarda did it once, but couldn’t pull it off a second time. The Mesa State College sophomore took second place in the mile Saturday at the NCAA Division II indoor track national championships in Albuquerque, N.M., to earn ...

Fresh players lift Mavs to split with ThunderWolves

By Patrick Bahr

Sometimes a tweak to the lineup can make all the difference. Saturday at Suplizio Field, the Mesa State College baseball team inserted three new players into the second game of a doubleheader against CSU-Pueblo, and scored seven runs in the ...

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Mesa State men fall to Fort Lewis in Central Regional

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MANKATO, Minn. — When it comes to the Mesa State and Fort Lewis men’s basketball programs, familiarity doesn’t breed contempt, it breeds respect. On Saturday in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division II Central Region ...

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Mesa lacrosse team shows progress in second loss to Lindenwood

By Patrick Bahr

The Mesa State College women’s lacrosse team showed its improvement. Facing a Lindenwood University team that had beaten them 18-3 in the first game of the season, the Mavs started fast Friday in their first home game before fading in a ...

Season ends for Mesa State wrestlers

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Any hopes or dreams of winning a national title or even becoming an All-American ended for the three Mesa State College wrestlers competing in the NCAA Division II national championships. The season came to an end for Tyler Nelson, Dylan ...

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Familiar foes: Mavs among RMAC teams playing common opponents in Central Regional

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One thing is certain: At least one team from Colorado will play for the right to advance to the NCAA Division II men’s basketball Elite Eight. The entire lower half of the Central Region bracket is a mini RMAC tournament, with Colorado ...

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