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Mesa State lacrosse team falls in first game

By Staff

College Lacrosse Mavs fall to Pace (N.Y.) in first game Mesa State’s first lacrosse game ended in an 11-7 loss to Pace (N.Y.) University on Monday in Phoenix, and the Mavs left the field thinking one might have gotten away. “We ...

Stranded Mesa State softball team hopes to return to Grand Junction today

By Staff

Before they even took the field Sunday morning, the Mesa State College softball players knew they wouldn’t be leaving Minnesota any time soon. A winter storm canceled Sunday flights out of Minneapolis. Inside the dome, the Mavericks ...

Mesa State men, women top Western State in basketball

By Staff

The Mesa State men’s basketball team shot 52 percent from the field Saturday night in the first half. Western State shot 68 percent but led only 33-28. When Blake Francom hit a 3-pointer five minutes into the second half, the Mavericks ...

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Shooting for more: With RMAC Shootout spot in hand, Mesa State women look to host first-round game

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Very rarely do preseason polls reflect the final standings in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference in any sport. Mesa State women’s basketball coach Roger Walters is sure happy they don’t this season. In November, the coaches ...

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A team player: Nelson figuring out his role in Mavs’ offense

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Sooner or later, junior college transfers understand the Mesa State College way of doing things on the basketball court. It’s usually about the middle of January when everything clicks. Head coach Jim Heaps wishes he knew how to move ...

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Veterans in the field: Mesa State softball team has plenty of returning players

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Every spring when she’s shoveling snow off the field, Kris Mort wonders what it’s like to be a basketball coach. “It’s 74 degrees at game time for them every game,” the Mesa State College softball coach ...

Sickness plagues Mavs in road loss in baseball

By Staff

Whether it was the change in climate taking effect or a flu bug sweeping through, at least a dozen Mesa State College baseball players woke up Sunday morning in La Jolla, Calif., with coughs, colds and fevers. “Josh (Fullmer, Mesa ...

Mesa State’s bats stay silent in doubleheader sweep at UC-San Diego

By Staff

The Mesa State College baseball team left too many opportunities on the bases Saturday, and No. 2-ranked UC-San Diego took advantage in a 3-2, 11-inning win over the No. 17 Mavericks. “They got the timely hit in the end,” Mesa ...

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A solid overall effort: Mavericks hold their own at RMAC swimming championships

By Jon Mitchell

Mesa State coach Brian Pearson wasn’t about to complain about the finish his swimming and diving team managed at the RMAC Swimming and Diving Championships. After all, the Mavericks hosted some of Division II’s best teams — ...

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Second to none: Mesa State’s McMillen wins 100-yard backstroke

By Jon Mitchell

Jaclyn McMillen was sick of finishing second when it came to big meets. She did something about that Friday at the RMAC Swimming Championships. McMillen blew away her competition in the 100-yard backstroke final at the El Pomar Natatorium, ...

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